We had a rehearsal dinner at the Wythe. About 40 people up in the loft. The food was excellent and the bartender and serving staff were wonderful!! And that's the good part. The hotel is in a lousy part of Williamsburg. The area in 5 years will be great but now is derelict and garbage e everywhere. One side of the hotel is across the street from the Brooklyn Bowl. Don't stay on that side!!!! The noise, music and car horns will keep you up until 4am. The rooms themselves are cold. Bedding was very comfortable and the bathroom is nice but can't get any heat in the room and with a concrete floor feels damp. The hotel staff are very young and apparently not well informed about the area. I needed to get some flowers for the dinner and they sent me al pat a mile away when I discovered the next day there was a great floral shop 4 blocks away ! Restaurant room is very good but service is slow. All in all no matter how trendy this hotel is, I would not return
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Wythe Hotel is a historically industrial building, from 1901, that has been converted into a 72-room hotel on the Williamsburg, Brooklynwaterfront. All of the inherent character of the building has beenpreserved-its exposed brick, arched windows, cast iron columns, andpine ceilings. The leftover ceiling pine has been re-used whereverpossible: in the beds, desks, minibars and restaurant floor. All foodand beverage, including a restaurant, rooftop bar, and private diningroom, will be operated by Andrew Tarlow, of Diner, Marlow & Sons, andRoman's. We are 5 minutes east of Union Square off the Bedford L stop. ... more less
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