Millenium Hilton Rating: 4.0 Pearls
Located within walking distance of both Wall Street and New York City's state and federal courthouses, the Millenium Hilton offers a spacious, 24-hour business center outfitted with a fax machine, copier, printers, and a row of computers stations. (Computers are $.69 a minute or $1.99 a minute if hooked up to a printer.) The hotel has its own conference-services and audio-visual staff, and is fully equipped to handle the needs of litigation "war rooms," where lawyers prep for court 24 hours a day. Wi-Fi is available in guest rooms for $14.95 a day and in the lobby for $5.95 an hour. There are also five meeting rooms on the fourth floor, ranging from 240 to 937 square feet. And for letting off some steam after a long day, there's also a well-equipped fitness center, a sauna, and a 40-foot pool.
The Ritz-Carlton New York Battery Park Rating: 4.5 Pearls
The Ritz-Carlton Battery Park is one of the most popular hotels in the city for business conferences and corporate events, thanks to its six large meeting rooms, state-of-the-art boardroom, and solid business center with a fax machine, color copier, and high-speed Internet connection. The hotel even has a special "Conference Concierge," as well as an in-house audio-visual department to help ensure that presentations go smoothly. And the Financial District location is quiet and convenient.
Gild Hall Rating: 4.0 Pearls
Located around the corner from Wall Street, this stylish boutique has an old boys' club vibe. A small business center on the fourth floor has PCs and a printer, and there are a couple of small meeting rooms in the same space on other floors. Faxing is available from the front desk, and fast in-room wireless Internet is $10 a day (hard-wired Internet is also available).