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Wythe HotelNew York, USA

Once a factory on the Williamsburg waterfront, this historic brick building now houses 70 hip rooms. The Wythe Hotel's floor-to-ceiling offer arresting views of Manhattan and the property's restoration has been carried out with its working-class roots in mind: exposed brickwork, roller doors, concrete floors and beds made with pine recycled from the ceiling all lend an industrial air to the stylish abode, while underfloor heating, boutique bath products and creative light fixtures add a layer of comfort.

If the panoramic views from the rooftop bar don’t lure you onto the streets, catch a flick or a stand-up comedy show in the on-site cinema or tuck into the French-inspired menu at resident restaurant, Reynard. You may never want to leave.


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15 minutes from LaGuardia Airport by taxi
25 minutes from JFK Airport by taxi

  • Underfloor heating
  • In-room surround sound controllable by iPhone
  • Flat screen LED HDTV
  • Full-service minibar
  • Complimentary high speed wifi
  • Locally made furniture
  • Screening Room
  • Free access to Brooklyn Athletic Club

From US$365 for a double.

Wythe Hotel
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