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What We Love

  • Summer cocktails overlooking the Hudson River from the rooftop Loopy Doopy Bar
  • Museum quality artwork throughout the hotel, including a 100 by 80 foot drawing by conceptual artist Sol LeWitt in the lobby
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What To Know

  • Don’t bring a car; you won’t need one in Manhattan and parking onsite costs $65 a day
  • Downtown location close to Wall Street for business, and TriBeCa, SoHo, and the West Village for pleasure
  • Pets weighing less than 75 pounds are allowed
  • In-room WiFi costs $10 a day, or $15 for premium speed

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
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Overview

A modern tower that exudes effortless downtown cool, with river views from the rooftop bar

The Lowdown

Like all New Yorkers, this glass and steel tower is obsessed with two things: location and views. In the case of this 463-suite property, one leads to the other. Situated right on the Hudson in downtown Manhattan, the urban oasis offers incredible views of the river (and the Statue of Liberty) from the seasonal rooftop Loopy Doopy bar. Even inside the building, there’s plenty of eye candy; the 15-story lobby atrium showcases masterpieces from boldfaced names in contemporary art, and those who’ve eaten in Atrio restaurant in the center of the lobby say the pizzas are works of art themselves.

In the Area

Just below TriBeCa and above Battery Park, the Conrad is walking distance to some of Manhattan’s most important sights, from the National 9/11 Memorial, to Wall Street, the National Stock Exchange, and the South Street Seaport. But why stick to places you can get to on foot? Set sail from nearby Battery Park to visit the very moving Ellis Island Immigration Museum and the awe-inspiring Statue of Liberty. And there’s no need to confine yourself to the borough of Manhattan. Stroll across the Brooklyn Bridge and Brooklyn awaits!

How to Get There

Conrad New York
102 North End Avenue
New York, NY 10282 United States

Reviews

Excellent Stay
Chad W

Finally proper sized room in New York. Everything was great. Lobby feels a bit like in an office tower, but service, cleanliness & room were great - love the area too, clean streets etc.

Highly recommend.

Excellent location & service
tomsN7936CV

We selected the Conrad Downtown due to its lower Manhattan location and proximity to Soho & Tribeca. The hotel is located in a small neighborhood in Battery Park City and was the perfect location. Easy to walk to Financial District and Tribeca or a short drive to Soho, Little Italy, and Greenwich Village. Service was very attentive. When we left in the evening, the room was services for the 2nd time in the day. Staff fill the ice bucket and replenish Nespresso pods. Rooms are huge and probably the best hotel shower we've ever experienced. We will stay here on return trips to NYC.

Modern Jewel in Downtown NYC
BeachyKeen909

Needed to be in NY for business and wanted a decent hotel downtown, glad I booked here. The lobby is immense and impressive. Booked on line and check in was a breeze. Picked a king suite and was pleasantly surprised. Decent sitting room and king size bed with a spectacular view of the Hudson River. Within walkign distance of Battery Park and Wall Street sites. The room had in room coffee and a very small safe that could barely fit my I Pad. But it was clean and to my delight the windows opened. Neat shower area separate from sink and toilet. Ample closet space too. Room service was ordered and it came quickly and set up for us. The staff was efficient, proffesional and very courteous. A pleasure and would reccomend the Conrad.