Most striking feature:
The newest it-hotel in Brooklyn. With a magnificent view over Manhattan on their rooftop terrace – and some of their rooms. The Wythe Hotel is a project from Andrew Tarlow (the man behind the popular Brooklyn joint Marlow & Sons) and Brooklyn developer Two Trees. We all know hotels in Manhattan are expensive, but here you can sleep from 179 dollar a night (around 140 euro). They have rooms with bunk beds, rooms with views over Manhattan and everything in between. I love to show you around:
Outside of the building. The hotel is housed in a former factory out of 1901. They’ve kept the industrial details, but added a modern Brooklyn flavour to it.
The lobby and entrance of the hotel. If you walk to the right, you’ll find Reynards, a cool restaurant I will write about later today.
Next to this you’ll find a library filled with books – but because the hotel opened for only a few weeks they had to store the bookshelves. Maybe an idea to buy that collection at Powerhouse Arena, a beautiful bookshop in Dumbo I will write about later.
The Manhattan View King Room with views over, you guessed it, Manhattan. Priceless.
View from the room if you look down.
Floor to ceiling windows. Check the view…
Goodies in the shower – with a view over Manhattan as well.
Don’t disturb sign – I love hotel typography. I will show you more the next couple of days.
View from the rooftop bar and terrace. I’ve been there and it’s absolutely a must to drink a cocktail at night. I wasn’t allowed to take any pictures there because that scoop is for the NY Times. Can’t argue that ofcourse. And I’m already priviliged to show you around like this.
Check out: www.wythehotel.com