The Wythe Hotel: Transforming an Old Textile Factory into an Artistic Hotel

We came across a new hotel project in the center of Brooklyn and we thought you might want to see it too.  The Wythe Hotel, which was formerly a textile factory, offers 72 rooms in 8 stories. Each guest room has a large glass window, radiant heat concrete floor, modern hotel amenities, and 13 inches original timber ceiling. Some artistic works enhance the interior of guest rooms. See how the building stands out taller among the rest of the other buildings.  The original building was built in 1901 and now transformed into a beautiful hotel that still keeps the building’s original character such as the pine beam, large windows, cast iron volumes, and concave corner entrance. On the ground floor is where the restaurant and bar are located. Guests are served with wood fired oven and grill, delightful daily menu, cocktail and Ides. You can see how the rustic style is very strong in this hotel. Various events are held to entertain guests. There are private dining room, generously-sized guests loft, band rooms, bunk rooms and suites. The decor of the Reynard’s restaurant showcases the original industrial look. The screening room and bar can accommodate up to 60 people. A fancy hotel isn’t it?

Wythe Hotel Guestroom 4