Get A Room: Wythe Hotel In Brooklyn

From Los Angeles to London, we’re unveiling the coolest lodgings across the globe in our new Get A Room series—then showing you how to channel their look. Up today we’re checking in to Brooklyn’s hipster-chic hideaway, the Wythe Hotel. Converted from a cooperage into a 72-room inn, the Williamsburg waterfront property launched in 2012 and is sought-after by out-of-towners and locals alike.

Boasting floor-to-ceiling windowed rooms, a rooftop bar with a view and an Art-Deco designed restaurant (Reynard) run by Andrew Tarlow, our hotel du jour is a must-see next time you need an escape from Manhattan. Click through now to scope out the digs for yourself, and shop our like-minded decor finds accordingly!

Welcome To The Williamsburg Waterfront

Book a room at this 8-story beaut for an outer-borough experience.

All photos: Courtesy of Wythe Hotel and Adrian Gaut

Room With A View

Panoramic city views, heated ceramic floors and exposed brick lend industrial charm to each Wythe suite.

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Mirror Mirror On The Wall

An accented round mirror set against subway tile creates a cool juxtaposition in the washroom. Plus, Goldies clementine hand soap is sweet enough to steal.

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Take A Load Off In The Lobby

Kick your legs up in the lobby and you'll note the building's original pine beams, a bookcase filled to the brim and cozy arm chairs. People watching encouraged.

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Barflies Welcome

Devour a locally-influenced meal on the ground floor at Reynard, then sneak away to the rooftop bar Ides after-hours.

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