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I love the Four Seasons hotel chain and this one did not disappoint. The staff are friendly and efficient; my room was spacious with a decent size bathroom, big TV, great minibar, and a very comfortable bed. There were also a lot of closets and dressers, which I find pretty rare these days. The deep ...
I booked this hotel last minute knowing very little about it...I would 100% recommend it to friends traveling to NYC for a short stay and would return myself. The room was everything I was looking for in a NYC hotel room on Wall St. The bathroom and walk-in shower had a very spa-like feeling. The ...
The interior, including rooms, could use a face lift. The bed was not comfortable At all, so didn’t have the best sleep. The staff were great, and there is a main floor lobby bar that I didn’t recall on my last visit to this property ! Over all a good stay, though, it is time for some Reno’s .
"Ritz Carlton" you would imagine better. It was OK. The room we got was out dated. I didn't sleep the bed was not comfy. I think the bed at the Marriot the night before was beyond more comfortable. The view was nice. Went to the Spa spent $450 and I think I was in more pain than when I got there ...
Quick/easy/early check in. Nice/Comfortable room. Great location in Financial District. Very friendly and helpful staff. Overall a really solid experience in Manhattan.
I really enjoyed my stay here! Very large rooms with a beautiful full kitchen. Including everything you need to cook a meal, plates and utensils, glasses for any kind of drink, a toaster and coffee maker. Having a cordless phone was very helpful. The bathroom had a shower tub combination with very ...
What a nice gem of a hotel in the financial district! I read online about other traveler's reviews and just have to say that our stay was excellent! Great breakfast and friendly staff. We stayed in a 2nd floor room facing S. Williams St and hardly even noticed traffic noise. Yes, a few honks here ...
My husband and I live in Brooklyn and have stayed at the Conrad twice in the past year for a single night staycation getaway. We both love this hotel. It is in an area of Battery Park City that is newly built with shops, dinning, a movie theater, and nightlife a few steps out the door. It doesn't ...
Take a deep breath and let yourself relax. Make this your opportunity for a weekend where you can leave all your stresses behind in Wall Street. If you are looking for high-end accommodations or budget-friendly selections, we can assist you in finding the ideal lodging to stay. You'll find in urging you to take it easy. Pack your suitcase and leave behind your stress to initiate your pressure-free vacation.
Once you've checked-in to your Wall Street hotel then you can leave behind your concerns for a bit. Decompress and unpack your suitcase. After that you can make your first appointment to indulge yourself at a nearby spa. After you've spent the morning enjoying a massage, decompressing in the steam room, or taking it easy by the pool, you can put on your explorer's hat and locate the hidden gems of Wall Street. Discovering hip cafes, curio shops, or a scenic view can be one of the many highlights of your vacation. If you're not sure where to begin, stop by your hotel's concierge attendant to get a sense for what Wall Street has to offer. There is no better source than a local to point you to an exciting evening out or to a cafe to enjoy a few drinks at and socialize. Wherever you end up, just make sure to hang loose. Your spa vacation should be nothing but exceedingly relaxing.
With so many ways to wind you down, Wall Street continually ranks as one of the best spots for a spa vacation.