The Best Hotels in New York City, From Five-Star to Boutique
Reflective of its Brooklyn neighborhood’s industrial roots, The Wythe is housed in an old barrel and rope factory. Yet it doesn’t feel concrete or cold—the rooms are adorned in bespoke toile wallpaper by Dan Funderburg and contemporary, colorful art hangs in many of the common spaces. You’ll want to order room service: their restaurant, Le Crocodile, received a three-star review from The New York Times. — E.T.