The long-anticipated Wythe Hotel finally opens on Tuesday and according to its website, it “has rooms for artists, friends, brewmasters, musicians, concertgoers, mothers, brothers, grandmothers, bowlers, interns, twins, engineers, vignerons, and chefs.” That just about covers the major demographics of gentrified Brooklyn (aside from dog walkers, bathtub whiskey distillers, and locavores).
The hotel offers eight types of rooms, including ones that are “lofts,” “band rooms,” and “historic.” Many of these rooms offer “industrial detailing” like pine wood ceilings and exposed brick, all of which date to 1901. Check out descriptions of some of the rooms after the jump.
Brooklyn Side Queen: Located on the east side of the building, these rooms have plenty of original historic industrial detailing, pine ceilings, exposed brick walls, arched windows, and views of the surrounding Brooklyn neighborhood. They have 1 queen bed, sleep 2 people, and are on floors 2-5.
Manhattan View King: Located on the west side of the building, these rooms have postcard views of the Manhattan skyline and floor-to-ceiling windows. They have 1 king sized bed, sleep 2 people, and are on floors 4-8.
Historic Corner King: Located on the corners of the building, these rooms have interesting original historic industrial detailing, exposed brick walls, andviews of either the surrounding Brooklyn neighborhood or parts of the Manhattan skyline and ESPO artwork. They have 1 king bed, sleep 2 people, and are on floors 2-5. Two of these rooms adjoin with bunk bed rooms to create a “family room” that sleeps four.
6 Person Band Room: Located on the 6th floor, next to our bar, this room has 3 sets of twin bunk beds, and sleeps6. It located on the corner of the building, has views of the Manhattan skyline and surrounding Brooklyn neighborhood, floor-to-ceiling windows, and lounge space.