Located on 80 Wythe Ave. at N. 11th Williamsburg, the Wythe Hotel was once a factory built in 1901. The new space includes 70 gorgeous rooms perched over the Brooklyn waterfront, all with a little bit of the 20th century history that makes Brooklyn historic and beautiful. In 1901, the building was a cooperage, and has since been preseved, renovated, and turned into a luxury hotel space.
"Located on the corners of the building, these rooms have interesting original historic industrial detailing, exposed brick walls, and views of either the surrounding Brooklyn neighborhood or parts of the Manhattan skyline and Steve Powers artwork. "
"Located on the southwest corner of the building's top floor, this room has floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook Manhattan, and a private staircase leading to a private, 300-square foot terrace for an outside view of the skyline."