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Hotels/Motels close to Wall Street/Financial District are listed below in the order of their distance. Browse our hotels to find accommodations near Wall Street/Financial District (in Wall Street/Financial District) for your upcoming individual or group travel.
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The Financial District of New York City is a neighborhood on the southernmost section of Manhattan which comprises the offices and headquarters of many of the city's major financial institutions, including Wall Street, home to the New York Stock Exchange and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Downtown properties to consider close by the Wall Street/Financial District include the Holiday Inn New York City Wall Street: Free high-speed internet access, 24-hr business center, and easily accessible to the subway station, restaurants, and other tourist attractions, The Wall Street Inn: a smaller, boutique property with free breakfast, early classic American style decor and reasonably priced, and the Holiday Inn Express Wall Street: Free airport shuttle service, free hot breakfast with hot and cold items, and is pet friendly. Additionally, high-end properties within the same area include the W New York Downtown: Fifth-floor Living Room Bar and Terrace with delicious cocktails, 24-hr fitness studio, and luxury bedding, the New York Financial center Marriott: Large living spaces, free Wi-Fi in the lobby, and views of the Hudson River, and The Ritz Carlton New York Batter Park: Views of the Harbor and the Statue of Liberty, top-notch services, and Wi-Fi access in all public spaces. Whether booking a mid-scale or high-end property, these hotels offer guests location convenience and great amenities.
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