Gallery: PHOTOS: Inhabitat Explores Williamsburg’s Sexy New Wythe Hotel...

Williamsburg's newly opened Wythe Hotel is a shining example of adaptive reuse that is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after places to stay in NYC. The hotel source many of the early-1900s industrial features - like original pine ceiling beams, cast iron structural columns and arched windows - right from the converted textile and barrel factory that makes up its first five floors. And even the building's five-story neon sign, a sculptural installation by local artist Tom Fruin, is made of old metal signs found around the city. But the Wythe's post-industrial beauty lies not only in the building itself but in its interior details as well, so we were delighted to peek inside and snap some photos. Step inside our gallery to see what you can expect from a night's stay at this new Brooklyn hotspot!

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