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The only hotel on Wall Street, perfect for storming into town to pitch an IPO, or sleeping off that nasty trial separation.
This "very cool" 42-story property, which opened on Wall Street in 2010, has a sculptural steel-and-stone staircase that links the public areas. Full review →
If space is a priority, head to the southern tip of Manhattan: this sleek hotel offers generous rooms with large windows, oak floors, and extra large bathrooms. Full review →
Andaz Wall Street is perfect for the traveler who prefers luxury off the beaten path. Full review →
Andaz delivers with stellar results... A welcome new addition to an area that doesn’t offer much boutique lodging. Full review →
While Wall Street has gained several hotels over the last few years, this 253-room property remains worthy of your consideration. Full review →
Sleek and modern, this spot is packed out with amenities, including a huge spa, a 24-hour gym, an outdoor beer garden in the summer, and meeting rooms galore. Full review →
Haute yet homey temple to Wall Street luxe, with upscale eats and a buzzy beer garden. Full review →
The new favorite of hipper downtown business types, the 253-room Andaz take sleek and handsome, and gives it a relaxed, new-school vibe. Full review →
The address may read Wall Street, but there's nothing buttoned-up or stuffy about the Andaz.
Part of Hyatt's luxury Andaz mini-chain, this stylish hotel in the Financial District puts a hip spin on business travel. Full review →
Spacious, stylish rooms right on Wall Street, with a host of generous extras.
Two blocks west of the East River, half a mile from Battery Park, smack dab on Wall Street, this sleek 32-story hotel is Hyatt's counterpunch to Starwood's W Hotel Downtown Full review →
Lower Manhattan is thriving and this chic property is leading the way. You get great views of the East River, Brooklyn Bridge and New York Harbour from the upper floors. Full review →
The chic, loft-style rooms (starting at 350 square feet) are equally casual and user-friendly. Full review →
The 253 guest rooms have seven-foot-high windows, which means that the bleached-wood interiors (some complete with soaking tubs) are flooded with natural light. Full review →
For a "stylish", "sophisticated" "home away from home" set "in the heart of the Financial District", "business travelers" and tourists alike opt for this "hip" Downtowner.
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