Lower Manhattan Hotels
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Conrad New York

Conrad New York Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Conrad New York, opened in 2012, is a stylish luxury option right next to the Goldman Sachs building in Battery Park City. Its soaring atrium lobby with large art installations makes a dramatic first impression; the gourmet restaurant is a buzzing after-work drink spot; and there is 30,000 square feet of flexible meeting space. Rooms are enormous, particularly for New York City; all have separate living rooms and sliding partitions. High-end amenities include Nespresso machines, quality toiletries (three different brands are available), fluffy robes, and a wet bar. The location is a bit far from popular tourist sights in Midtown, but there are excellent restaurants in the immediate vicinity and numerous subway stops are within walking distance.
The Ritz-Carlton New York Battery Park

The Ritz-Carlton New York Battery Park Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The name says it all. "Ritz" tells you that the hotel -- like its siblings -- features gorgeous rooms, top-notch service, and a premier gym and spa. "Battery Park" tells you you're in for a lower-key New York experience, with Lower Manhattan's quiet nights, cobblestone streets, and -- best of all -- rates often lower than those of other 5-star hotels.
Gild Hall

Gild Hall Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Gild Hall is far hipper than your average Wall Street business hotel. Friendly service, a hunting lodge-like lobby, fantastic flat-screen TVs, Kiehl's bath products, Sferra linens, and sex toys available in every room make this the premier choice for stylin’ financiers. But there’s not much after-dark action in the Financial District.
Andaz Wall Street

Andaz Wall Street Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Part of Hyatt's luxury Andaz mini-chain, this stylish hotel in the Financial District puts a hip spin on business travel. The sleek Wall & Water restaurant, the cool Bar Seven Five, and freebies galore make this hotel a stand-out. Only the trendy W Downtown can compete for the title of hippest downtown hotel.
Millenium Hilton

Millenium Hilton Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The hotel's location across the street from One World Trade Center -- for many years a noisy and emotional construction site -- is now the hotel’s best feature. Guests can walk not only to the September 11 Memorial, but also to Wall Street and South Street Seaport. This upscale business-oriented hotel is a big name and also a big property (it rises 55 floors), and the 569 modern rooms and suites have large windows to capitalize on the spectacular city views. Just note that room service and Wi-Fi fees add up fast; it's also worth considering other upscale hotels in the neighborhood, such as Gild Hall and Andaz Wall Street.
Wall Street Inn

Wall Street Inn Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Its classic, well-priced, business hotel comforts -- free breakfast, nice linens, and a clean workspace, free Wi-Fi (but not coffeemakers) -- match its beautiful old building, just two blocks from the New York Stock Exchange and a number of quality restaurants along the narrow, often confusing, cobblestone streets.
New York Marriott Downtown

New York Marriott Downtown Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Located in the Financial District immediately next to the construction going on at Ground Zero, this Marriott is mostly a place for business travelers to rest their heads. But the downtown location has more going for it than many visitors realize, including proximity to the underrated Hudson River Greenway. The clean, and spacious rooms, many with views of New York Harbor, make this hotel a decent alternative to the nearby Millenium Hilton (if only because there's less construction noise). This Marriott is also a good alternative to its Midtown sister, especially for visitors looking for easy access to (and views of) New York's revitalized waterfront.
Hampton Inn Manhattan-Seaport-Financial District

Hampton Inn Manhattan-Seaport-Financial District Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Hampton Inn offers comfortable rooms, a fitness center, free breakfasts, free Wi-Fi, a great location next to the Brooklyn Bridge, two blocks from the historic South Street Seaport, and best of all -- very reasonable rates. Plus, for the price of a cramped room elsewhere, you can get a Deluxe Room here with a charming (and private) outdoor patio.
Eurostars Wall Street

Eurostars Wall Street Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Made up of 54 modern, comfortable, guest rooms, Eurostars brings a little style to a typical business hotel in Lower Manhattan, five blocks from the NYSE. But for the price, the hotel doesn't offer much -- consider instead Gild Hall (much swankier); the Millenium Hilton (on-site pool); or the New York Marriott Downtown (just as comfortable, but often cheaper).
Holiday Inn New York City - Wall Street

Holiday Inn New York City - Wall Street Rating: 2.5 Pearls

Located in the heart of the Financial District, within walking distance of several major attractions (as well as 10 subway lines), the clean, modern, 113-room Holiday Inn Wall Street is a solid choice for the price -- free Wi-Fi; on-site restaurant with room service; small fitness center; comfortable king-size beds or two doubles in all room types.


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