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At the southernmost tip of Manhattan, the Financial District is where New York City began as a center of commerce. Today, the historic streets and beautiful setting are complemented by museums, countless skyscrapers, and the heart of the Financial District, home to Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange. Catch the Staten Island Ferry for an unbeatable view of the skyline and Statue of Liberty, or sail to Ellis Island to learn about the vital immigrant history of the city.
Speciality Museums, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"9/11 Museum and Memorial is Outstanding"
reviewed yesterday by BMiller2013
Both the museum and memorial are exceptional. Make sure to catch the film "Facing Crisis" that plays every 30 minutes in the auditorium. It includes interviews about 9/11 and its consequences with George W Bush and other key decision makers. Also don't miss the remnants of the original World Trade Center (including the slurry wall and the celebrated Last Column)...
The view from one word observatory is spectacular.it starts out down in the bottom of the building.As you are walking to get on the elevator you feel like your down in the foundation because the walls look like bedrock. The ride up is neat the walls of the elevator are picture screen you see the building of Manhattan throughout the...
Myself and partner have visited this site on two separate occasions and it never gets any easier.
We always come done to pay our respects to the lost ones and thank our blessings.
This site is a wonderful memorial to the fallen.
We went here after a Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island tour. We (wife and I) got in without any problem around 12:45pm. The drink menu is unusual and interesting and the food was pretty good as well. Service was friendly and efficient. Setting is one of the older buildings in the area so there is historical value to it.
I’d defo recommend this hotel. Location is great and right by Wall Street subway. There are lots of places to eat near by and if you walk down to the pier there are some lovely shops and restaurants in that area - just a 10 min walk away from the hotel
The hotel building is lovely and the staff are...
I had a good experience here, the staff was very pleasant and both bar areas were cool and interesting. The rooms were not very luxurious like I anticipated but they were clean, so that was good. Great selection of drinks at both bars. There is no spa that they talked about, but I guess you can have a massage in...
If you're planning on doing a lot of sightseeing in Lower Manhattan this is an ideal location. The staff is very welcoming and reception/check out were both smooth experiences. It's also down a small side
street which makes for a very quiet stay especially on the weekend.
Rooms are small but efficient and nicely laid out. Reading lamps are provided...
It was quite nice. Spacious room, with bedroom separate from living room area and . . . a fully stocked kitchen with dishwashwer, fridge, microwave and all the utensils and flatware that one would need to be self-sufficient during their stay. The only thing that I would have liked in addition to all that was provided? An ice machine on...
"Friendly, attentive staff. Great location for FiDi."
reviewed yesterday by Dennis R
I have stayed at this property quite a bit over the past 2 years. The staff is consistently friendly and attentive. I always feel welcome. Clean rooms. Quiet (for New York). Any requests are taken care of quickly.