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We usually stay at Hilton hotels and got a great rate through our work. It's directly across from the 9-11 Memorial and has easy access to the subway. Century 21 is directly next door which has some good shopping. And you can easily go to...More
Visiting daughter attending Pace University so thrilled to finally find this hotel. This is the most convenient location. I was thrilled to speak to the manager, Oscar, a few hours prior to check in to hear not only that a room was ready for me...More
I've stayed three times as a Gold member and never received an upgraded room, which is slightly frustrating. I've also had to go back down to get my breakfast coupons because they weren't automatically provided when I checked in, which was annoying. The other slight...More
First time to New York and selected this hotel because of the location. It offers great views and great amenities! Located near three subway stations, including the new Fulton Station. This area is still growing and expanding. I recommend this hotel to anyone who is...More
This was my first visit to NY and the staff at the hotel made it so enjoyable.the ease of the check in/out was great! They answered every question we had and went out of their way to make sure things were done right. We had...More
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.
You can book a shuttle (not free) but it’s super easy to do the train and subway. The subway stop is right across from the hotel door, it’s also the fancy new subway station that’s kind of it’s own landmark now.
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We saw reviews mentioning valet parking was expensive so we found a garage within about 5 mins with spothero. It will cost $30 for 24 hours or $20 for 12 hours if you book it on Spothero. Otherwise its really no savings... More
We saw reviews mentioning valet parking was expensive so we found a garage within about 5 mins with spothero. It will cost $30 for 24 hours or $20 for 12 hours if you book it on Spothero. Otherwise its really no savings compared to valet. Address where we parked was 50 West Broadway New York, NY. It is the 75th Park Place Garage.