Housed in a former factory dating back to 1901, Wythe Hotel makes for a pleasantly offbeat base for your stay in the Big Apple. Its 70 rooms are big on character, with timber ceilings, locally made furniture and specially commissioned artworks by Duke Riley, Katherine Bradford and Tom Fruin. Head upstairs to rooftop bar Lemon’s, which offers glittering views of the city skyline.
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