The Hoxton Williamsburg is celebrated locally for Laser Wolf, a new Israeli skewer house found on its panoramic rooftop terrace. Guests at the hotel might also celebrate the views over the Manhattan skyline or Brooklyn borough that can be seen through floor-to-ceiling windows in each of the rooms, which also include walk-in showers and king-size beds. The building’s design—raw concrete finishes, exposed brick, brass finishings—channels Williamsburg’s industrial past and the site’s history as the former factory of Rosenwach Tank Co, which once made the wooden water towers that are a familiar site on the New York skyline. Elsewhere, the hotel features K’Far, an all-day Israeli restaurant, The Apartment, a suite of cozy rooms that can be reserved as meeting spaces, and a coffee bar in the lobby. The Hoxton, Williamsburg 97 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11249, United States TwitterFacebookPinterest Related Stories Arts & Culture Issue 49 Checked Out Why is hotel art so boring? Arts & Culture City Guide The New York Edition A serene stay in the Flatiron District. Arts & Culture Issue 37 Peer Review Michelle Dean, author of Sharp: The Women Who Made an Art of Having an Opinion celebrates Renata Adler. Arts & Culture The Touch Hoshinoya Kyoto At the edge of Kyoto, a slow sailboat takes hotel guests downriver to a bygone world. Arts & Culture City Guide Issue 32 Hoshinoya Tokyo A modern ryokan. Arts & Culture Hotel St. George A new Helsinki hotel deeply rooted in the arts.