The location is great if you are willing to use the subway. Line 2 and 3 are express so quite efficient. However, the first day when I checked in, I found hair on the pillow (not my hair because the color was different). Also under the cover sheet. If you dont mind grumpy slow staff and a little untidy condition, this is ok since it is hard to find a hotel at this price in Manhattan.
"AMAZING LOCATION; close to subway and good size. "
Came as a solo traveler; loved that it had a pseudo balcony. Room wasn't the cleanest and wish the rooftop was open all night. That's the only cons. Other than that; great place at price of 170 on a sat night
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Wall Street was the best location to all the attractions we wanted, close to the subway! Had a minor problem with a leak which was addressed immediately. The only wish I could have asked for was a more comfortable bed as the one we had was hard as a rock.
From a glas of Prosecco upon arrival to a complimentary cup of coffee because they were out of skim milk at the time (I substituted Almond Milk, even better!), I thoroughly enjoyed my long week-end stay at Gild Hall.
This hotel is in a quiet yet upscale part of Manhattan that is right along the Hudson river. The staff was extremely professional and our room was clean, spacious (for NYC), and the Hudson river view was great! The price of this hotel is also very competitive and we will likely make this our hotel of choice in the future!
Pocket Guide: New York Wall Street - Financial District Hotels
Wall Street comes to life before dawn as traders rush to Lower Manhattan to make and break deals. But finance is just one aspect of Lower Manhattan, where colonial churches stand next to skyscrapers. Within the district, rebuilding continues at Ground Zero. At Battery Park, ferries depart for Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty, America’s beacon of freedom.