There’s no better spot to make your base in New York than in this comfortable and sweet 3 star Secret Hotel in Downtown Manhattan. This area of Lower Manhattan is surrounded on three sides by the picturesque Hudson River, and the well-known Ellis and Governors Islands are only a short distance away. The neighbourhood is also celebrated for its deeply-rooted historic and financial significance, as the home to Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange. As well as this, the hotel is just walking distance from a plethora of exciting restaurants, independent clothing stores and sophisticated drinking holes. The property and its staff aim to provide each guest with individual and unique service, and offer a variety of amenities to cater to every one’s needs; there are banqueting facilities offered to large groups travelling together, on-site parking, complimentary coffee and newspaper in the lobby and a concierge and room service. For your convenience and ease, there is also WiFi throughout and an efficient dry cleaning service.
Business and leisure travellers alike will find exactly what they’re looking for to guarantee a successful and relaxing stay; business guests can make use of the executive centre and meeting rooms for peaceful and fully-equipped spaces to meet with colleagues. It’s important to relax and unwind whilst on vacation too, which is why the hotel provides guests with its own state-of-the-art Health Club to work out and pamper.
Lower Manhattan and Wall Street have become synonymous with American political history, so be sure to visit some of the most significant landmarks during your stay for a closer look and better understanding of the country’s past. The impressive Federal Hall on Wall Street, and more specifically its balcony, was the site of George Washington’s inauguration, and now houses a national museum where visitors can explore the story of the Bill of Rights, the Customs House of 1842 and take a general tour of US history. You can get even closer to Washington at one of his old favourite haunts, the Fraunces Tavern. The modest three-storey public house is filled with memorabilia from by-gone days; striking colonial rooms, Revolutionary firearms, and previous American flags.
Culture vultures will be spoilt for choice with the vast number of alternative museums, looking at a wide variety of disciplines; from urban, contemporary architecture at The Skyscraper Museum, to past and present settlements and communities in the city at the Museum of Jewish Heritage and the National Museum of the American Indian.