Stayed in a large king guest room when my partner and I were in the city for an interview and decided to treat ourselves to this nicer hotel with a luxury bath. I was accepted to a graduate program there and decided it would be my last little splurge for a while.
As some others have noted the reception welcome is a bit unconventional. We found the staff to be friendly and helpful, but if you're nervous about being approached seemingly randomly by people on ipads, you could just mention you'd feel more comfortable speaking with them at the reception desk. Otherwise we found it kind of nice and convenient not to have to move our luggage over to the counter and just get set up quickly being met on our way in.
The soaker tub and waterfall shower were both in a tiled in wet room with dimmer lights, so our stay had a nice spa-retreat kind of feel. The bath has a wide glass window looking out into the bedroom. You I guess you're mean to be able to watch tv from the tub, but the steam and lack of sound make it a bit impossible. I enjoyed just sinking deep into the bath and relaxing.
The room's open concept was neat, there's a nice desk space to work at, and a vanity hidden behind the television media centre.
I liked the quietness of the neighbourhood, the hotel is on Wall Street, but it's really quiet. Just a short walk to several different subway lines so traveling to different neighbourhoods is a breeze.
It was a treat to receive complimentary lattes and cappuccinos in the lobby, pretty much whenever we liked. There were a few complimentary snacks in the room, which was nice--nothing extravagant though.
Overall, the hotel is a bit pricey, so not suitable if you're on a strict budget--but if you're looking for a bit of a treat and plan to spend a portion of time just pampering yourself in the room then you might really enjoy this room. Our room was clean and quiet, our window looked out to another building, so though the facing building was lovely there wasn't a view of the city or any view at all.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Experience Lower Manhattan’s renaissance at Andaz Wall Street from Hyatt. Have a seat in the Andaz Lounge—an open, communal setting that’s equal parts living room and lobby—where your Andaz Host will warmly greet you and check you in with a handheld iPad. Complimentary High-speed wireless Internet and local calls will be make you right at home as well as free non-alcoholic beverages and snacks. Escape from the real world with high-impact treatments from The SPA or enjoy a quick stroll to South Street Seaport. It’s your call — you’re in the heart of it all. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Andaz Wall Street Hotel New York City