Staying outside of Manhattan is a great for anyone whose cash strapped, but with top-notch views of said borough and only one train stop between them, shacking up at the Wythe won't drive you so crazy you get strapped to a bed.
Originally a textile factory, the renovated space has arching wooden ceilings and exposed brick throughout , not to mention a 72 rooms like this one here
The five layouts include bunk beds for those traveling with friends they would like to pee on in their sleep. There are also four badass loft suites available that, shockingly, most artists cannot afford
The decor is elegantly uncomplicated, including old-timey phones that can dial you directly out to the front desk or Internet Support, aka, Al Gore
The mini-bars are stocked by legendary local joint Marlow & Sons, and boast everything needed to create next-level 'tails, like Fernet Blanca, and vermouth
Speaking of Marlow & Sons, that team is also behind house resto-bar Reynards, whose massive, wood-fired grill is used in service of a menu that includes sticky buns, duck confit, and grass-fed burgers
Once your full, up to the roof to admire the contractors' tile work, and, once done, the totality of Manhattan