Conrad New York

102 North End Avenue, New York City, New York, 10281, United States
(5 star hotel)
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Best (5.0 out of 5.0) 6 reviews
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Embassy Suite

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 15, 2012

Really good hotel with very spacious rooms in comparison to the rest of NYC.

Highly recommended hotel in downtown NYC

Unique Quality: Rooms are excellent with separate dining area. Good views of the Hudson and some overlook the statue of liberty.

Family friendly

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 11, 2006

Stayed for a week in August with my wife and two boys. The suite worked out very well. The rates were moderate pricey but the hotel did not disappoint. Great daily free breakfast was a great bonus, as was the free manager's cocktail hour every night. After a day of visiting, dropping in for a cool complimentary Heinekin was very soothing.

Fre internet access in the lobby was OK, but kids tended to monopolize it and the staff did not place limits. INternet in the room costs $10 per day, so we did not indulge.

For room food drop across the street to the WFC and right inside the door is a drug store where you can get snacks and drinks at very affordable prices.

Right outside the front door is a very interesting memorial to the Irish Famine. Be sure to check it out. Also, you can take a nice walk down the river front where you can see splendid yachts and crowded outdoor restaurants.

Overall, a great hotel, Woudl definitely stay there again.

Directions: Downtown near WTC

Best Breakfast in Manhattan

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 29, 2006

I thoroughly reccommend the Embassy Suites Hotel on North End Avenue, Manhattan. The accommodation is excellent, the staff are friendly and approachable and go out of their way to help you if needed. The breakfast provided is the best we've had in all Manhattan, there is a hot and cold buffet and a short order chef to provide eggs cooked to your personal preference, filled omelettes and delicious pancake stacks. With views of the Hudson while you eat and New York's best shop, Century 21 just around the corner - it is the only place we'll stay now. Getting around is easy, for the energetic Manhattan is easy enough to walk around but for those less energetic, there is a subway station just around the corner which is fast and perfectly safe to use. There is a cinema attached to the hotel which is great to use after a hard day's shopping. there are also a few restaurants around the hotel, there is a mexican themed restaurant which I can't remember the name of which was really nice. I advise anyone going to the big apple to try this hotel - you won't be disappointed!

Unique Quality: The rooms are outstanding, all rooms are suites with a living room, dining table, t.v. safe, large bathroom, very comfortable beds with t.v. in the bedroom too. All of the rooms are kept spotlessly clean. The cinema attached to the hotel is a very unique quality which I advise you to make the most of. We were told James Gandolfini (Tony Soprano) is a regular visitor!

Directions: Financial District, just around the corner from Ground Zero.

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Battery Park Hideaway

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 28, 2006

The Embassy Suites Battery Park is located near the Financial District, within a stone's throw of the former World Trade Center (Ground Zero) location. We spent a week here (Saturday to Friday) and were able to cover the entire island of Manhattan easily. This is the "flagship" Embassy Suites and is really run as a top notch Hilton product. As the name implies, all rooms are suites. Very roomy and comfortable. Not all have great Hudson River views, but not much time is actually spent looking out your hotel window(!).

Amenity-wise, the room includes a FULL, cook to order or buffet breakfast (huge $$ saver). We also used the complimentary internet kiosk near the front desk. They are equipped with printers (for those pesky boarding passes), and did I mention free. There is a full movie theater attached to hotel as well as a 30,000 square foot fitness club. Also housed within the hotel are a Mexican Restaurant, Pan-Asian Restaurant and an Applebee's.

As with any upscale NYC hotel, there are bellmen, concierge, bartenders and housekeepers to assist with your every need. In turn, a reasonable gratuity is expected. With the friendliness and helpfulness of this staff, you will not hesitate to reward them for their services.

Unique Quality: Certain rooms have beautiful views of the Hudson River. Also, you can't beat the complimentary breakfast every morning and the drinks and snacks in the evening.

Great hotel right in FInancial District

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 6, 2006

This hotel was great. I stayed in a suite which had 2 double beds and a pull out couch. There was also a really large washroom, 2 televisions, a mini fridge, sink, microwave, and safe. This hotel had a free happy hour everyday between 5:30pm and 7:30pm. You get free drinks (alcholic) and snacks every late afternoon - this is a plus, cause you can drink at the hotel before going out. Also, there was a free breakfast every morining. Now, this wasn't a cheap continental breakfast, I'm talking the whole 9 yards. Great place on the Hudson river (You overlook the Hudson and can see New Jersey cleary on the other side).

Service was great and maid service was excellent. When we got back from sight seeing the room was in great shape. There is also a gift shop downstairs in the lobby and a restaurant/bar below the hotel for you to enjoy. It is in the financial district literally a 5 minute walk from ground zero. There are taxi cabs always outside and it takes about 15 minutes to get to central NYC.

I definately recommend this hotel.

Unique Quality: This hotel is the only upscale all-suite hotel located on the waterfront in Lower Manhattan's Battery Park area. Nestled in the heart of the New York Financial District, this full-service upscale all-suite hotel is walking distance from the New York Stock Exchange - NYSE, Wall Street, the World Financial Center, the New York Harbor, South Street Seaport, the Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island ferries, the Century 21 Department Store and the neighborhoods of Tribeca, SoHo and Greenwich Village. Times Square, Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Broadway Theaters, the Museum of Modern Art and Madison Square Garden are all just a cab ride away.

High-speed internet access is available throughout the hotel.

Directions: Financial district - 5 minute walk from ground zero (twin towers)

tribeca by Battery Park/Ground Zero

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 3, 2004

this hotel opened on may1sr 2002 after it had been damaged during sept.11th thing

i stayed here for a week, when my cousin was getting married and he lives 1 block from this hotel

Directions: tribeca

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Conrad New York

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Address: 102 North End Avenue, New York City, New York, 10281, United States

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Amenities at Conrad New York

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  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Business Services
  • Pets Allowed
  • Kids Activities
  • Suites
  • Bar / Lounge

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