Stayed here for 4 nights in April 2013 in room 1122 near the elevator (no noise heard either from elevator or corridor day or night). There was traffic noise from the street both weekend and weekdays in the morning but it wasn't intrusive. The room was big with loads of space for two big suitcases and loads of cupboard/drawer and hanging spaces for clothes, a huge TV, very comfy big bed, crisp white linens, a window seat and lounging chairs, black-out curtains managed from bedside controls, different lighting levels (all, working, romantic) also controlled from the bedside switch, air conditioning. The bathroom toiletries (CO Bigelow) were lovely, generous sizes and the huge shower was hot and powerful (didn't like some of the hand towels which were the non-absorbent type but the huge bathtowels, robes and slippers were great). The free minibar had enough bottled water for two people for the day and a few soft drinks cans, also OJ, bar of dark chocolate, granola bar, bag of crisps replenished each day if you managed to eat them. The alcohol prices for the items in the minibar didn't seem exorbitant. We had breakfast one morning in the Wall & Water restaurant- the buffet was $26 per person (cereal, granola, yoghurt, cheese, fruit, bread, bagels, pastries, cold shell fish) and fresh fresh OJ and machine coffee (not drip coffee) with refills served to your table (server was very pleasant). You could get a take-out coffee for $2.50 when leaving - also there were many listed items - egg dishes, etc. for additional ($10-20) but you could have the buffet in addition to these for $18 extra. The bill added on service charge so for 2 the breakfast came to $64.42 with taxes. You could get take out breakfast (granola, fruit, pastry) from a local shop and a coffee in a nearby shop for less than $20 dollars for the 2 of us. One thing lacking from the room was a coffee machine. The staff were charming and helpful. There was a laptop & printer available in the lobby for use by guests which was handy for booking/printing confirmations (for website discounts for some things like the NY Pass, Greyhound tickets). Staying in lower Manhattan was not a problem - we stayed here as the rate was good and moved to the East Village as planned for a different taste of NYC after 4 nights. We used a mixture of NY water taxi one day, walking and subway/buses and felt that there was lots to do while we were around the area (easy walk to 9/11 memorial, Pier 17/South Street Area, Century 21, City Hall, Fulton St, Staten Island ferry, cycling to Brooklyn ....) and lots of eating options and bars as well (Stone Street, South Street area didn’t have everything open following the Sandy floods – we found a nice Italian “Acqua” round there though). All in all it was a cool, comfy, clean place to stay.
- 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