Wall Street and Financial District Hotels in New York City

The Financial District is located at the southern tip of Manhattan in New York City below City Hall Park, and is one of the largest business districts in the United States. This Lower Manhattan neighborhood is home to many of New York City’s major financial institutions and compact with skyscrapers amid narrow streets, and of course Financial District hotels. Because the Financial District is mainly a place of business and less residential, it can quickly become a ghost town at night and on weekends, with only tourists coming in to visit attractions. The Financial District has a residential population of about 56,000, while during the weekdays the neighborhood grows to about 300,000 people. However, the number of residents in the Financial District and Wall Street has grown greatly in the past 10 years, with many office buildings being converted to apartments and condominiums.

Transportation to The Financial District:

Many subway lines pass through near Financial District hotels, including the 4/5/6, N/R/Q/W, 1/2/3, A/C/E, and the J/M/Z lines. The Staten Island Ferry leaves from the tip of Manhattan, past the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and Governors Island. These landmarks are major tourist attractions near Wall Street and Financial District hotels and can be accessed from Battery Park by way of city statue cruises. Battery Park is a 25-acre public park along the shoreline, where there are gardens, monuments, and memorials. Vendors often set up stands with artwork and New York City memorabilia for sale in Battery Park.

Also near many Financial District hotels is Wall Street, running from Broadway to South Street, a historical center of the neighborhood. Wall Street is home to the New York Stock Exchange and Federal Hall National Memorial. The site of where the World Trade Center once stood is also a highly popular attraction that’s worth a visit. There are various museums near Financial District hotels as well, such as the New York City Police Museum, Museum of American Finance, and the Sports Museum of America.

Shopping Near the Financial District

For excellent shopping near Financial District hotels, head over to the historical South Street Seaport, where Fulton Street meets the East River at Pier 17. South Street Seaport features old architecture, views of the Brooklyn Bridge and East River, an outdoor shopping mall with food court, and the South Street Seaport Museum, designated by Congress as America’s National Maritime Museum. The best restaurants near Financial District hotels are the MarkJoseph Steakhouse, catering largely to Wall Street businessmen, Battery Gardens Restaurant located on the waterfront, Il Brigante for casual Italian, and SUteiShi for fresh sushi and Japanese food.

Hotels in the Financial District

Club Quarters Hotel
The Club Quarters Hotel

Club Quarters

Club Quarters is located just one block away from Wall Street in the Financial District. Its lobby is adorned with gold tones, artwork, and marble tiles. Williams Restaurant and Bar features New American and Mediterranean cuisine. There is a fitness center, complimentary wireless Internet, and a business center named The Club Room. The guestrooms feature leather and wood headboards, armoires, and flat-screen TVs.

Eurostars Wall Street

Eurostars Wall Street is located just three blocks from the South Street Seaport Historic District and Museum, and four blocks from Wall Street in New York City. The Exchange Lounge off of the lobby has a daily happy hour. The 53 guestrooms’ walls are shades of crimson or espresso, rooms on the top floor have skylights, and all rooms feature flat-screen TVs, Sony radio/CD players, and marble bathrooms.

Millenium Hilton

The Millennium Hilton faces the former World Trade Center site in the Financial District and is a block from the World Financial Center. Church & Dey Restaurant serves regional American cuisine and Liquid Assets Bar serves cocktails. There is a health club with personal trainers and an indoor pool with floor to ceiling windows. The 55-story hotel has 569 guestrooms with maple-wood furnishings and wall-mounted 42-inch plasma TVs.

The Wall Street Inn

The Wall Street Inn in New York City’s Wall Street neighborhood has a unique early American design, with 46 guestrooms and maximum occupancy of two people to a room. Guestrooms have lofty ceilings, full-length mirrors, more than 200 channels on HD TVs, and wireless high-speed Internet. The hotel also has a health club, complimentary continental breakfast buffet, and in-room dining services.

Marriott Downtown

New York Marriott Downtown is located five blocks from Wall Street and four blocks from Battery Park in the Financial District of New York City. The 38-floor hotel is home to Roy’s New York Restaurant serving Hawaiian-fusion cuisine, 85 West, a bar serving light fare and cocktails, and a Starbucks in the lobby. There is 12,500 square feet of meeting space, a fitness center, and guestrooms have wireless Internet access.

Hampton Inn

Hampton Inn Manhattan/Seaport/Financial District is adjacent to the Brooklyn Bridge in the South Street Seaport area of Lower Manhattan. The hotel offers complimentary continental breakfasts on weekdays, an exercise room, and small business center. The 65 guestrooms have high-speed wireless Internet access and LCD televisions. Small pets are allowed.

Gild Hall Hotel
The common area at the Gild Hall Hotel

Gild Hall

Gild Hall Hotel, designed by Jim Walrod, features a bi-level private library and champagne bar with wood accents and leather furniture. The hotel offers Chef Todd English’s English Tavern Restaurant, a fitness center, wireless Internet access, and 126 stylishly decorated guestrooms. Guestrooms have chocolate tones, high ceilings, wood floors, and custom wood furnishings.

Best Western

Best Western Seaport Inn Downtown in New York City features the Starboard Room, a 222-square-foot conference and meeting space, a fitness facility, business center, and a complimentary continental breakfast. Guestrooms have free wireless high-speed Internet, cable satellite television, Nintendo, and refrigerators.

The Ritz-Carlton

The Ritz-Carlton New York is located across from Battery Park in New York City. Onsite dining includes American bistro 2 WEST, and Rise Lounge on the 14th floor offering views of the New York Harbor from terrace seating. The hotel has 12,000 square feet of function space, Prada Beauty Spa, a fitness center, and business center. There are 298 guestrooms, with Harbor View Suites containing telescopes.

Embassy Suites

Embassy Suites Hotel across from the World Financial Center in New York City features Hudson River views. All 463 suites have high-speed Internet access and two flat-screen TVs with Web access in each. Other amenities include complimentary cooked-to-order breakfasts, a New York Sports Club onsite, and 14,000 square feet of function space. The hotel is part of a complex with a movie theater and five restaurants in Battery Park City.