In New York’s famous financial district, there are a lot of skyscrapers, high pace during the day and considerably calmer in the evening when the office workers have left.
The most famous part, apart from Wall Street, is the place for the 9/11 attack. Ground Zero is almost complete and where the twin towers used to be are now two large pools with the names of all people that died that day, engraved. One World Observatory stands tall next to Ground Zero, and from the top three floors you have an amazing view.
Don’t miss a visit to the 9/11 Memorial Museum, a guaranteed emotional experience.
The Calatravas Oculus’ beautiful wings extends over the WTC Transportation Hub subway station, which also contains many nice shops in addition to the 11 subway lines.
At The Battery (formely known as Battery Park) you’ll have breathtaking views of the Statue of Liberty and Staten Island as well as a break from the skyscrapers with sky, water and a green oasis. Here you can rent bikes and either walk or bike up the Hudson River Park or across the East River over the Brooklyn Bridge.
An architectural gem, hailed for its iconic nine-story atrium and pyramidal skylight, The Beekman unites some of the world’s greatest talent, including the sophisticated design of Martin Brudnizki and the culinary cachet of restaurateur and chef Tom Colicchio. The Beekman hotel also features a restaurant by Keith McNally, his first in the neighborhood. The hotel rooms and suites have high ceilings, bespoke and vintage furnishings, aged oak floors, craft cocktail tables and spacious marble baths with rain showers.
Offering an intimate luxury hideaway with 100 boutique guestrooms and suites by Gachot Studios, Smyth Hotel invites guests to unwind in spacious rooms, or step out of our luxury Tribeca hotel to enjoy nights and weekends in the vibrant neighborhood. On-site dining amenities include Little Park, a seasonally-inspired restaurant by James Beard-award winning chef Andrew Carmellini as well as Evening bar, a high-end cocktail lounge.
There are infinite ways that New York will take you out of your comfort zone – The Roxy’s guest rooms won’t. Featuring a mid-century modern aesthetic with hints of Art Deco and Regency, that meets with Tribeca’s industrial heritage, each of the 201 accommodations exude maximum comfort and ocular enjoyment.
Enjoy Epic Views and Luxury Amenities in a Prime Location on New York Harbor. The Wagner at the Battery is a proudly independent, contemporary luxury hotel that allows guests to connect to the heart of the new Downtown. With an outstanding restaurant, water-view accommodations, our 5-star amenities allow guests to get the most from their New York experience.
With gems hidden behind historic corners, vibrant art and nightlife, Tribeca is where you want to be in New York City – and so is The Frederick. Thoughtfully-designed, The Frederick Hotel mixes vintage styles – like Mid-Century Modern and Art Nouveau – with turn-of-the-century and minimalist accents for a look as eclectic as the hotel itself.
Located amidst Tribeca’s classic brick facades and converted industrial-era warehouses, Duane Street Hotel replicates the vogue loft living of New York’s creative elite who have made this neighborhood their home. 43 guestrooms offering timeless design and discerning residential comforts—luxurious bed linens, plush terry bathrobes, Nespresso machines, and a selection of classic books.
Gild Hall is a boutique hotel located in the historic Financial District of New York City, defining a hidden side of Wall Street Hotels where finance, film, music and tech meet. From One World Trade Center, to the re-emergence of the South Street Seaport and Battery Park, to the spirited pub and restaurant lined Stone Street, FiDi is New York City’s newest downtown neighborhood in which to indulge.
In a town full of movers and shakers, W New York– Downtown is the ultimate power player. This Financial District favorite is home to stellar city style and boundless energy, offering insider access to the best of downtown Manhattan and beyond.Seamlessly visit iconic points of interest like the Statue of Liberty and the National 9/11 Memorial and Museum from our hotel.
AKA Wall Street features 132 spacious and sophisticated Lower Manhattan luxury apartments complemented by outstanding residential amenities designed around the needs of the longer stay traveler. On-site luxuries include a Technogym Fitness Center, rooftop terrace lounge, private cinema, business and conference center, and Blue Ribbon Federal Grill, an exciting new restaurant from the Bromberg Brothers.
Housed in one of the city’s tallest residential towers and designed by renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern, our Hotel soars above a neighbourhood that’s rewriting itself every day. Diverse, inspiring, current – this is New York Downtown, at the crossroads of Tribeca and the Financial District, and just a block from One World Trade Center. Stay with us and experience a new kind of urban chic, with a world-class Spa, an ultra-modern pool and CUT by Wolfgang Puck, the chef’s first Manhattan establishment.
We’re minutes away from lower Manhattan’s most sought-after sites including One World Trade, Brookfield Place, the Oculus, Brooklyn Bridge, and more. Explore the city, hop on the ferry to the Statue of Liberty, or take in the winding streets around Wall Street, all within walking distance from our hotel in Downtown NYC. Experience life in one of our bright and breezy Aloft rooms. Whether you’re turning in for the night or heading out and about, you’ll find plenty of perks that plug you in and help you make the place your own.
The Greenwich has 88 rooms and suites, of which no two are alike. Furnishings draw from a wide range of cultural influences, from hand loomed Tibetan silk rugs to English leather settees. All of the luxury hotel beds in the rooms are made by DUXIANA® from Sweden. Bathrooms are designed in unique patterns of hand laid Moroccan tile or Italian Carrara marble. The hotel’s gorgeous library, leafy courtyard, spa and pool are open only to guests, making even first-time visitors feel like they are bona fide Tribeca residents.