Andaz Wall Street – a concept by Hyatt
What We Love
- Free WiFi, local calls and in-room snacks; cookies, coffee and newspapers gratis at reception
- Farm-fresh Hudson Valley delicacies in the city-chic Dina Rata restaurant
- Seven-foot windows give a feeling of floating above Manhattan
- The hotel's beer garden and outdoor games
What To Know
- Wind can howl around corner rooms on upper floors
- From the dramatic stairs to the open-plan bar, nothing screams “kid-friendly”
- Downtown location can confuse the uninitiated — streets have names, not grid numbers
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- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
The sleek luxury of Wall Street is evident in the hotel’s minimalist design, the lobby’s large steel staircase and the upscale restaurant, Dina Rata. But the high-end glamour is mixed with artistic touches that are nods to the past, from the Prohibition-era cocktails to the Thomas Hardy quotes emblazoned on the guestroom walls. Everything is done with understated class and the best materials, from leather to marble to chrome. The overall effect is one of a kind and, surprisingly, homey.
Bed & Bath
With super high 11-foot ceilings, locally crafted metal art pieces and a bright palette of white, bleached wood, camel and lavender, the 253 rooms feel like urban lofts. Perks include 42-inch flat-screens, Geneva sound systems and pillowy Simmons mattresses with 300-thread-count sheets. Futuristic bathrooms have black tiling, chrome fixtures and glass pedestal sinks. Walk-in showers with Beekman 1802 products come standard in all rooms, but upgrade to a Large King Room for a deep soaking tub with glass walls that peek into the bedroom.
Grab a pre-dinner drink at the beer garden, where guests can taste a selection of German brews. The tony locavore Dina Rata restaurant helps you get up close and personal with your food, first by procuring the ingredients from the Hudson Valley, and second by preparing it right next to you in open kitchens stationed throughout the dining room. Enjoy a glass of vino with the American bistro cuisine like the salmon with beets and shiitake mushrooms. Work off the indulgence in the 24-hour gym or opt for a spa treatment, including short 15-minute massages for busy business types.
In the Area
The New York Stock Exchange no longer offers tours, due to security concerns, but you can visit that other nearby temple of commerce, Century 21, a hectic shopping mecca where you’ll battle locals for designer clothing at up to 65 percent off retail. Get a history lesson by taking a 10-minute stroll through the Financial District to Battery Park, a historic landmark that overlooks the harbor and served as one of the first immigrant depots in America. Pick up the Statue of Liberty ferry here for $12 or pay your respects at the National September 11 Memorial. Take a 20-minute stroll over to Chinatown for a weekend dim sum extravaganza or a 25-minute jaunt to Little Italy and SoHo.
How to Get There
A very well located hotel for Wall Street. Good sized rooms and a basic gym in the lobby - good breakfast buffet too. Great business stop for a short stay in NYC. Friendly and helpful staff and overall a very good experience
Spacious, modern, well-appointed rooms with convenient location to Wall St. Good customer service with restaurant which is just right for those there for business or vacation. Would definitely recommend to others and stay there again.
The location is the best. Its a 3 minutes walking distance to my office that is located in Wall street. There are a lot of restaurants. The room is clean and the space is okay too. Things to improve though is the bed, comforter and the pillows...please! You may need to change your furniture also both on the lobby and room. Lastly, front desk people looks very intimidating. More training is required and help them practice to smile. 🤗 Stayed from May14-18.
New York price but poor quality for the Hyatt brand. Furniture in lobby used, carpet in lobby of 7th floor dirty and worse than an airline jetway. Room had bare bones other than shower which was great. felt more like a comfort inn.
They had very dirty carpets on the 7th floor by the elevators and the hallway baseboards were chipped and scuffed. The service person often forgot to replace items in the room, like the bathmat, a water glass and once forgot to empty the bathroom trash can.