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An arbiter of the Brooklyn lifestyle.

Positioned in Brooklyn’s buzzing Williamsburg, the Wythe channels the neighborhood’s artistic roots, as does its ownership group: Australian-born restaurateur Peter Lawrence is married to a photographer; Andrew Tarlow is known for staffing his groundbreaking farm-to-table restaurants like Diner and Marlow and Sons with artists; Jed Walentas serves as a co-chair of celebrated art nonprofit Creative Time, and has commissioned public art for Brooklyn Bridge Park. Naturally, their hotel has a dedicated curator, permanent art collection, and an artist residency program. While Williamsburg’s creatives have sense moved further afield to more affordable enclaves in the borough, the property harbors strong ties to the local community. Brooklyn-based craftsmen and welders were contracted to revamp the defunct factory during construction; the woman working the desk might just be a talented poet, the doorman an innovative musician. Public venues hum with bearded and tattooed regulars straight out of central casting. They pack the brasserie Reynard for grass-fed beef butchered in-house; Ides, the art deco-inspired rooftop bar, which serves craft cocktails and shared plates of pickled trout and vegetable tartine; and the screening room that hosts talks and film launches. The 70 rooms are showcases for local artisanship, from the 13-foot ceilings with century-old timber to accent wall display motifs by illustrator Dan Funderburgh, to toile wallpaper by nearby print lab Flavor Paper. Some might be adorned with an original woodblock print, or maybe a stop-motion animation installation. And, as any self-respecting booster of the Brooklyn lifestyle would do, the Wythe supports local purveyors in the mini bar. Expect Mast Brothers chocolate bars and Kings County bourbon.



80 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn
Location
Amenities
  • Fitness Center
  • Free Wifi In Rooms
  • In Room Refrigerator
  • Pet Friendly
  • In Room TV