A Classic Brooklyn Staycation at The Wythe Hotel

By: Megan Gillen

Photo by Matthew Williams

Photo by Matthew Williams

Looking for a unique and modern place to stay in the heart of Brooklyn? Look no further than the Wythe Hotel, a Wear We Went favorite. Originally a factory built in 1901 on the Williamsburg waterfront, the building has been transformed into a hotel of 70 rooms, many of which face the beautiful Manhattan skyline. Rich with historic architecture and filled with large floor-to-ceiling windows, the Wythe Hotel provides comfortable and sophisticated rooms, meeting spaces and even a cinema. With an exclusive restaurant and a 6th floor rooftop bar, you can enjoy a night out without even having to leave the hotel.

Photo by Matthew Williams

Photo by Matthew Williams

Photo by Matthew Williams 

Photo by Matthew Williams 

Guest rooms at the Wythe capture the spirit of the Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The Brooklyn Queen Room features historic industrial detailing, original to the factory’s structure with its brick walls, arched windows, and view of the vibrant neighborhood surrounding it. For a night to remember, we suggest the Manhattan View King Room. Given the name, it won’t be a surprise to walk into a private living space that showcases a breathtaking, postcard view of the Manhattan skyline through magnificent floor-to-ceiling windows.

Photo by Matthew Williams

Photo by Matthew Williams

The Wythe Hotel’s scenic rooftop bar, The Ides, is ideal for quality cocktails with a view. The high caliber F&B is continued at The Reynard, the hotel’s restaurant, which has a mouth-watering menu. With picture-perfect views of the Manhattan skyline, floor-to-ceiling windows, and historic architecture, the Wythe Hotel is the perfect place for anyone looking to enjoy themselves in modern, luxurious rooms and public spaces with a classic old-time feel.

Photo By Matthew Williams

Photo By Matthew Williams