80 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11249
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Average Base Cost: $56,000
Our average base cost for a Wythe Hotel wedding is calculated by figuring a 130-person guest list for a Saturday ceremony/reception in July using a food/beverage cost of $265/pp, making sure all Food and Beverage minimums are met. Entertainment, flowers, additional decorations and rentals, transportation, and photography are NOT included. Price is rounded up to the nearest thousand. Gratuity and sales tax is included.
*Prices subject to change
How it breaks down:
Facility Rental Fee: The venue rental fee for the Wythe Hotel breaks down as follows, listed below along with minimums for each month/day that include Food and Beverage, space rental fee, rentals, staffing, and the admin fee.
- Use of the space for a 12-hour timeframe
- Full cleaning of space pre and post event
- Fully integrated in-house audio system linked throughout both spaces, compatible with iPod, DJ or live band set-ups
- Menu printing
- Use of coat check room equipped with space for up to 250 items
- In-house Event Coordinator assigned to client from signing of contract through to week of wedding
- Hotel Reservations Manager support for room block and loft booking
- Tent covering the Outdoor Garden in poor weather April – October
- Custom wood tables and black bentwood chairs
- String lights in the Outdoor Garden
- Fans or heaters in the upper terrace of the Outdoor Garden
- Food and beverage
- Serviceware rentals
- 5% administrative fee
Food and Beverage: Their in-house restaurant Reynard provides the catering, so no outside caterers are allowed. Their average price per person is $265, which includes five passed hors d’oeuvres at cocktail hour, family style dinner, wedding cake, five hour premium open bar and service ware rentals.
Other Vendors: Other outside vendors aside from catering are allowed.
Space Type: Inside/Outside. There is an Outdoor Garden and Main Hall
Size: The Wythe Hotel can accommodate the following for a wedding:
- 130 guests for an outdoor ceremony
- 150 guests for an indoor ceremony
- 140 guests for a seated dinner
- 225 guests for a cocktail style reception
The most common set-up is an outdoor garden ceremony and cocktail hour with dinner indoors, or an indoor ceremony with cocktail hour outside and dinner indoors.
Bridal Suite: The hotel offers loft rooms at a discounted rate to get ready in.
Parking: There is no onsite parking but there are 3 garages within walking distance
How Will Grandma Get There? Ideally Grams will stay at the hotel, which will offer discounted room blocks for weddings. Non-wedding rates start around $350/night and up. The hotel is about 20 minutes away from LaGuardia Airport and 24 minutes from Grand Central Station in New York City. The closest subway station is at Bedford Avenue which is an 8-minute walk.
Party On! Events can go until midnight.
The Wythe Hotel, located in the ever-changing Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, was created in a factory space originally built in 1901. Now a 70-room hotel, the building still retains many of it’s former factory elements, including heavy yellow pine beams, pine ceilings, original masonry and brick walls, arched windows and cast-iron columns. In addition to serving as a hotel, the Wythe has hosted everything from business meetings, weddings, celebratory cocktail receptions, and fundraising galas, to intimate dinner parties and brunches. All of their event menus are created in-house by Reynard, Andrew Tarlow’s ground-floor restaurant, with menus featuring seasonal, locally-sourced American fare accompanied by minimally-processed wines and spirits.
Woman Getting Married Says:
Brides have reported amazing service from this Brooklyn wedding venue, and love it as a hotel as well. While their minimums are higher than other venues where you can bring in your own caterer, the good news is you get A LOT for your money which will help offset the cost. If you love this venue but have a tighter wedding budget, I would think about a Sunday wedding here in peak season months, or even a March wedding if you don’t mind less mingling in the outside space due to cold temps.