Brooklyn has long been known for its history and brick buildings. The Wythe Hotel is in one of these historical industrial buildings from 1901. The building has been preserved in its original form with its exposed brick walls, arched windows, cast iron support columns, and magnificent pine wood ceilings.
The building was restored to its former glory and was converted into the 72-room hotel on the Williamsburg, Brooklyn waterfront. During the renovation and restoration, all the leftover ceiling pine was appropriated to construct beds, desks, minibars, floors, and much more.
The hotel also offers world-class meals from its restaurant, a private dining room, and a scenic rooftop bar. It is also less than 5 minutes away from Union Square off the Bedford L stop, which allows you to access the rest of New York quite easily. Explore New York, or relax in the hotel, it’s all up to you.