It’s been 2 years since I haven’t step foot in New-York and the need of jetting off to the States is starting to (really) tickle.
I want to unpack at the Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn. This former 1901-warehouse has been transformed into a hotel with 70 rooms and looks like a hipster-haven, far away from the hustle-and-bustle of Manhattan.
The 15-metres high letters of the word « HOTEL » shine bright on the facade, the rooftop features a trendy bar and an incredible skyline view, the minimalist rooms mix made-in-Brooklyn wallpaper, waxed concrete floors, huge windows and brick walls. The restaurant is locavore with a wood-fire cuisine and crafted beers and you can enjoy a TV night in the private cinema room. In the mini-bar, you can find some ice cubes and 100% organic granola bars and, in the bathrooms with a vintage atmosphere, we love the Goldies products.
If you go there with a group of friends or family, there are even rooms with bunk beds that can accommodate until 6 people. Dream isn’t it?
From 150€ per night per person.
80 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11249
Ferry: North Williamsburg
Métro: Bedford Av (L) ou Nassau Av (G)