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Located in the Lower East Side area of Manhattan, this New York City hotel offers WiFi access and modern rooms that boast a flat-screen TV. The East Broadway underground station is 1056 feet away. The breakfast was great with good quality food items. It was close to the places we wanted to visit.
Holiday Inn Express New York City - Wall Street, located 0.7 mi from City Hall, features a gym and rooms with flat-screen cable TVs and sofa beds. Great location, very friendly staff especially Sonia Vega, who runs the kitchen, she is amazing
Ideally set in the Wall Street - Financial District district of New York, Hotel Indigo - NYC Downtown - Wall Street, an IHG Hotel is located 2625 feet from National September 11 Memorial & Museum,...
Set in New York, 2625 feet from National September 11 Memorial & Museum, The Wall Street Hotel New York City offers accommodations with a restaurant, private parking, a fitness center and a bar.
We took the subway across & walked across the bridge towards Manhattan as this gave us the best views. Loads of souvenir sellers. Mind you keep to the correct side of the walkway or you can clearned up by the cyclists if not.
Recommendation: cross the Brooklyn Bridge from Manhatttan to Brooklyn and turn left for Dumbo, to get exceptional views from the Manhattan bridge. Turn right to enjoy the skyline. On the way back, use the Manhattan bridge to cross from Brooklyn to Manhattan to enjoy even better views from the NY skyline, and you'll land right in Chinatown! :)
I've walked across the bridge twice; once from Brooklyn into Manhattan and vice-versa. In my opinion, take the walk from Brooklyn to Manhattan. There's less people on the pathway and the view walking toward Manhattan is so much better.
We got the subway to Williamsburg’s Dumbo area and got the East Ferry down to Wall Street. Passed below the bridge for good pics including skyline. From Wall Street it’s 15 min walk to Staton Island ferry.
Good views of manhattan from the bridge and also visit the Brooklyn park for good photo shots. If you want a peaceful walk across you will need to go before 7am. Anytime after this be prepared for it to be very busy.
Went relatively early in the day so there were not too many people. Liked taking the metro to Brooklyn and walking across to Manhattan to see the skyline. Short walk to Mot street and Chinatown, then up Mulberry street to Little Italy and into Soho
Gorgeous room with TWO terraces! Very clean and modern with warm color schemes. Shower had good pressure and there were ample towels provided. However we could not enjoy a cigar outside on the terraces! What?!!! Not the best area if you're a tourist. Although we had the terraces, the views were old, dilapidated, and trashy industrial buildings. Hopefully this is anbup and coming area of Brooklyn. I would be remissed if I did not mention the beautiful view of the Brooklyn Bridge at night which illuminated in the most beautiful colors!
Hotel meets the expectations we have of a Marriott hotel. The location is great if you want to walk across the Brooklyn Bridge into Manhattan. The room we had was actually quite large, with a king bed and small corner sofa.
During Covid, you don’t expect a hot breakfast, however this hotel gives you one. I was shocked. A free breakfast in New York. It is also a great location to dumbo and the Brooklyn bridge. Highly recommend.
The room was clean and you're within walking distance of two subway stops and a plethora of great restaurants. You can walk to the Brooklyn Bridge and on to Manhattan if you're active.
The view from 11th floor towards Brooklyn Bridge is great. And having a balcony was awesome. Very well located and nice and helpful staff. Nice size room.
I had a room with a Brooklyn bridge view that excellent. Rooftop bar was very inviting. All staff was helpful and very nice.
One of the best walks is to do the High line which starts at The Standard Hotel. The Downtown bus tour is also excellent and you can hop on and off at your leisure to see many of the best spots. Would definitely recommend hiring bikes and cruising round Central Park. Walk the Brooklyn Bridge just to turn round and walk back to catch great views of the NY skyline.
Walk everywhere, especially at night! The is an evening aura at the Upper West Side, Highline Park, Brooklyn Bridge and the Statue of Liberty.