This wonderful 4 star Secret Hotel in Manhattan is the ideal choice for every type of visitor; whether you’re here for a weekend getaway, a family vacation or a business trip. Located in the centre of New York’s financial district, just minutes from the iconic Wall Street, the property enjoys some of the city’s most exciting attractions and sights within its immediate environs. Wall Street has a long history attached to it, and there are plenty of museums, institutes and monuments to visit which each tell a part of the story.
The delightful property exceeds guests’ expectations, with friendly and welcoming staff, convenient amenities and top-of-the-range leisure facilities. The reception desk offers a car rental service, so that you can take day trips out of the city to surrounding destinations, such as Sleepy Hollow, Short Hills or Smithtown. Other handy services include dry cleaning, WiFi connection, and private dining for large groups. When you’re not busy seeing the sights, shopping or eating out, indulge in some R&R time at the hotel’s own Health Club before collapsing in your stylish and comfortable guest room.
Lower Manhattan may be most famed for the Financial District and specifically Wall Street, but there is much more to the neighbourhood than just its economic history. Several highly significant events have taken place on the streets in the area, including the country’s first ever presidential inauguration. As a result of its long-standing political, economic and cultural importance, there is now a wealth of museums, galleries and monuments for visitors to discover, as well as a diverse assortment of eateries and shops. One particular street well-known for its superior offering of restaurants and bars is Stone Street, where you can spend ages trying to decide between all the enticing options. The steak houses, wine bars, Mexican canteens and lobster shacks line either side of the ancient, cobblestone street, underneath beautifully restored redbrick buildings, in the most quintessential New York fashion. At lunchtime, office workers and investment bankers spill out onto the street from the most popular joints; Harry’s Café and Steak, Mad Dog & Beans, and Beckett’s Bar & Grill.
Of course, you can’t come to the Financial District and not pay a visit to the universally famous New York Stock Exchange. The building’s façade has been made instantly recognisable by decades of press and movie coverage, so take this opportunity to see for yourself what it’s really like up close. The nearby bronze charging bull is also well worth a visit, as a symbol of prosperity, it is part of the whole experience of Wall Street and its long, complicated past.