Lizzie Evans

The Wythe Hotel

  • Where:
  • Why:On honeymoon.
  • When:May 2013
  • Who:Me and my brand new husband, Dan Gleadall.
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The Wythe Hotel The Lobby.

The Lobby.

The Wythe Hotel The huge comfy bed.

The huge comfy bed.

The Wythe Hotel Wallpaper made exclusively for the Wythe.

Wallpaper made exclusively for the Wythe.

The Wythe Hotel  Plug in your iPhone and listen to your tunes through speakers in the walls.

Plug in your iPhone and listen to your tunes through speakers in the walls.

The Wythe Hotel Snacks for our tummies and hanging space for our garms.

Snacks for our tummies and hanging space for our garms.

The Wythe Hotel Wythe Hotel Toiletries.

Wythe Hotel Toiletries.

The Wythe Hotel  Our view which had lots of Manhattan skyline too but we particularly loved this wall mural.

Our view which had lots of Manhattan skyline too but we particularly loved this wall mural.

The Wythe Hotel Manhattan View Corner King.

Manhattan View Corner King.

The Wythe Hotel Reynard Restaurant.

Reynard Restaurant.

The Wythe Hotel The menu at Reynard.

The menu at Reynard.

The Wythe Hotel The tiled floor at Reynard.

The tiled floor at Reynard.

The Wythe Hotel The Wythe Hotel.

The Wythe Hotel.

Highs & Lows

  • The Wythe's exclusive wallpaper in our corner king room rocked! Right up our street.

  • Reynard, the restaurant at the Wythe was an absolute pleasure to dine in. Beautiful tiled floor, floor to ceiling vintage glass doors and huge industrial chandeliers as well as fabulous food for breakfast lunch and dinner.

  • The doorman. Mid to late 40s, tats on knuckles, fisherman’s hat and lovely smile. Always remembered us.

  • Complimentary oatmeal cookies in our room and sparkling wine at dinner (honeymoon special treatment).

  • We over-ordered at breakfast but that’s our fault really. Anything that says it’s a breakfast sandwich is actually a burger and chips - for breakfast!

  • The cool rooftop bar Ides is lovely during the week, but at weekends you have to share the elevator with drunk try hard kids trying to get up there!

The Barometer

  • Design

  • Website

  • Mini Bar

  • Environmental Consciousness

  • Night's Sleep

  • Service

  • Amenities

  • Takeable Treats

  • Refer a Friend

  • Overall Value

  • Life Changing

Total: 46/50

Important Bits

  • Type

    Luxury Boutique.

  • Vibe

    Industrial chic.

  • Location

    Just left of center.

  • Rooms

    70

  • Music

    ‘50s Rockabilly - ‘60s Americana.

  • Year Opened

    2012

  • Designed By

    Morris Adjmi, Workstead, along with hotel partners Andrew Tarlow, Peter Lawrence & Two Trees Management

  • Health & Wellness

    No, but you get a free pass to the gym down the block.

  • Restaurant

    Yes. Reynard. Try it.

  • Bar

    Yes. Rooftop. Amazing views of Manhattan.

  • Children

    Leave them at home.

  • Price

    Worth the hole in your pocket.

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