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Eurostars Wall Street Hotel New York: The essence of a boutique hotel

If you are looking for a stylish hotel near the South Street Seaport, Wall Street Stock Exchange Market, Battery Park and the World Trade Center site, then this is the place to stay.

The Wall Street Hotel New York is what most resembles the essence of a boutique hotel: small, modern and stylish.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Romantic Travel and Honeymoons, Business Travel
  • Written March 29, 2012
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Hudson Hotel: Hudson Hotel

I love the Morgan Hotel Chain, and the location is great for sight seeing. Right across the street is 10 Columbus Circle, which houses Bouchon Cafe, Per Se and Masa. Close to great restaurants and easy to get around! Downstairs bar is a scene, but great for meeting friends for drinks.

Very modern hotel, so if that is not your thing, maybe the W. would be better.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Luxury Travel, Business Travel, Singles
  • Written March 31, 2009

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  • johnsdad profile photo johnsdad
  • Reviews: 1

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Manhattan's Upper West Side

I stayed in a hotel that I'm certain was turn-of-the-century.
It was in a "You've Got Mail" neighborhood, in fact, it was on W. 80th and Riverside Park.

This was not your typical modern, pampering-type hotel. However, for the amount of time you spend in your room vs. out on the town it was totally worth it.

3 Blocks from Central Park West and the Dakota and truly on Riverside overlooking the park.

Old, not fancy. Worth every penny for the time spent in the room.
Nestled amongst a street lined with beautiful row houses and the other side facing the park.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel
  • Written June 24, 2008

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The Trump International Hotel: Extreme Luxury

The Trump has got to be one of the most exclusive hotels in the world. A stunning view of the New York City skyline and Central Park, world class service, and an amazing location. Walk to Central Park, stop in to Lincoln Center, minutes away from The Theater District and Fifth Avenue.

The Trump is also home to the famous Jean George Restaurant.

The Concierge sevice can do pretty much anything!


~Each guest is assigned a Trump Attaché who functions as their own concierge, providing and recording for future reference comprehensive business and personal service.

~167 distinctive rooms and suites with magnificent views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline.

~Upon request, guests may receive a cellular phone for use during their stay.

~Complimentary business cards and personalized stationery enable business executives to keep in touch with clients or colleagues while on the job.

~Local telephone calls, in-room fax machine, local fax transmission and retrieval and in-room computers (on request) are provided on a complimentary basis.

~167 distinctive rooms and suites with magnificent views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline.

~Fully-equipped kitchens, state-of the-art entertainment centers, fresh flowers, telescopes and more give accommodations a distinctive residential atmosphere.

~A 6,000 square-foot fitness center with pool, spa, personal trainers and a variety of exercise and wellness programs individually designed with your fitness goals in mind.

~Five-star dining at one of New York's most acclaimed restaurants, Jean-Georges.

~With advance notice, a chef from Jean-Georges can be arranged to prepare a gourmet meal in your room.

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Related to: Spa and Resort, Business Travel, Luxury Travel
  • Written November 11, 2007
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The Hudson Hotel: Living in a Dollhouse!

The Hudson Hotel is a modern, Philippe Stark designed, trendy, boutique hotel located near Central Park and the theater district. The bar has been a trendy, happening spot for years...for tourist as well as the after-work Wall-Street types.

The service is good, bar is fun, and the amenties are nice.

If you are above 5'4 though, I might reconsider....the spaces are pretty and modern, but not very functional. After spending a week there, the cramped quarters were getting smaller and smaller!

~Hudson Cafeteria
~Hudson Bar
~Private Park
~Sky Terrace

Hotel Features Include:
~Extensive Banquet Facilities Available Inside and Outside Year-Round
~Private Catering for Meetings, Luncheons and Dinner Parties
~24-Hour Concierge Services
~Room Service
~Refreshment Lounge on Designated Floors
~24-Hour Workout Room
~Private One-on-One Physical Trainers Available Upon Request
~In room massage available upon request. Spa service referrals available upon request.
~Express Check in and Check out Available
~Multilingual Staff
~Childcare Services Available Upon

Room Features Include:
~Wireless High-Speed Internet Access (fee required)
~Gym and Business Suites
~Luxurious Bathroom Amenities by Agua
~King and Queen Size Beds (Twins Available)
~Down Comforters and Pillows
~Customized White Egyptian Cotton Sheets with 250 Thread Count
~Color Television with Full Cable Access
~HBO, MTV, VH1, CNN, Sports Channel
~Video on Demand with Entertainment Center Featuring AM/FM Radio, Satellite Music Channels, Compact Disc Player
~In Room Safe
~Non Smoking Rooms Available
~Private Telephone Number Direct to Each Room with Personalized Voicemail
~Data Port Connections for Modem/Fax Hook-Ups
~Portable computers, Mobile Phones, and Fax Machines Available Upon Request
~Newspapers of Your Choice Delivered to the Door Upon Request
~Download Feature Sheet (PDF)

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Luxury Travel, Women's Travel, Arts and Culture
  • Written November 11, 2007

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  • seoulgirl profile photo seoulgirl
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Apartment Swap: Swap House

We swapped apartments w/ a person that lived in the heart of Manhattan. He stayed at our place in Seoul. It was a straight across swap for the price of NOTHING.

We stayed in this apartment which was in the heart of the theatre and Hell's Kitchen area, just blocks from Times Square. Try a house swap next time you go to NY.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Budget Travel
  • Written August 16, 2005

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  • lar-n-me profile photo lar-n-me
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The Waldorf-Astoria: Royal treatment / Great location

We stayed in an upper story suite which happened to have a fabulous view of the Chrysler Building. chrysler building Absolutely amazing.

Website: waldorf-astoria

restaurants and bars in the hotel:
~Bull and Bear Steakhouse & Bar
Lunch and Dinner
~Oscar's American Brasserie
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Weekend Brunch
~Inagiku Restaurant
Innovative Japanese Cuisine
~The Bar at Bull and Bear Bar & Steakhouse
~Oscar's Bar
~Cocktail Terrace
~Sir Harry's

If you stay at the Waldorf (or are just in the area) you should see the Bauman Rare Books library they have on their lobby level. A fascinating collection of rare, first edition books. bauman rare books @waldorf

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Written April 26, 2004
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  • PickMeUp profile photo PickMeUp
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Big Apple Hostel: Are you looking for a cheap hotel in nyc?

Dormitory rooms are the best.
one dorm room is for 4 people.
It's about $30 per night.
you can borrow a bed sheet, and a blanket for free, but you got bring your own towels!!
4 bathrooms are on every floor.
I think it's a 6-story building.
You can check the room availability on thier web, pay by credit card.
you need 10bucks as a key deposit when you check-in.

kitchen, patio(BBQ kit), phone
There is a hand-powered elevator, but normally you can't use it by yourself.
They help you If you have suitcases.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written September 8, 2003
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a little bit difficult to find, maybe..

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