Conrad New York
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
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
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
My wife and I love this hotel.The layout, with the living room separate from the bedroom is nice for multi night stays. The hotel's location is ideal. It is in the Financial District, within easy walking distance to restaurants and shopping in TriBeCa, the 9/11 Memorial and with access to the walkway along the Hudson to the Battery. There is a grocery store (Whole Foods) within a few blocks of the hotel.
It has a great workout facility and excellent breakfast. The staff is attentive an accommodating. I would highly recommend it.
-The rooms are big for NY.
-The care and concern we received from all the staff was impeccable.
-The breakfast buffet at the hotel was good as well as the ala carte menu.
-I felt the beds were not as comfortable as I would have liked. I had a hard time sleeping. We had a lovely view of the Hudson but on weekday mornings the sound of the traffic was awful. I had to use ear plugs to block it out.
-The floor is hard and cold, the hotel provides slippers and a robe but the slippers didn't do much for the hardness of the tile. The robe was cozy and great to have.
-There is a separate shower/toilet and bar area which was helpful for 3 people getting ready in the morning.
-I used the bar area as my makeup table. The light is pretty dim in the room and it lacked a lit makeup mirror. There is a full length mirror which is great and the bar and bathroom mirrors have lights around them.
-We had issues with our privacy light. I would turn it on and night and the maid would ring the bell and wake us in the morning. I believe the light was malfunctioning as we noticed once that there was no light on the outside even though it was turned on, on the inside. After pressing it a few times, it finally went on.
- The location is great. Near the World Trade Center Museum and Memorial, Battery Park, Statue of Liberty ferry, One World Trade Center Observatory and tons of restaurants and bars. We used a combination of train, walking and Lyft to get around and had no problems.
metro station a bit far, but walkable distance. roof top bar much too crowded an way too loud, as everybody is shouting instead of talking. prices are way to high up there, considering the limited space and very restricted view. no smoking area. there are better rooftop bars.
rooms are great, perfect beds, magnificent shower...only disturbing thing is outdated wooden blinds that can not be removed totally. also not so great are the small openable window parts. considering the quiet location windows with a real opening function would be great, probably even styled as small french balconies...why always breath airconditioned air?
Two of my eight kids and I went to New York City. We had no idea where to go and thought it was an Impossible Dream as finances were tight. One of my kids has a serious medical issue. We were offered an incredible price lots of their people became involved from the top down. They would call and email us with ideas and made us feel so comfortable and wanted. From the moment we walked through their beautiful Lobby we were treated like absolute royalty. For a family from Kansas to receive this type of treatment is absolutely unheard of. We got to meet staff personally and they attended to every possible need or even things that we had never dreamed of. We cannot thank them enough for their kindness. This is a beautiful place so close to the World Trade Center and every possible amenity. But most of all it was the people there that made the difference. We will never forget this.
Wow wow wow what an amazing hotel one of the best hotel in New York the location is great nearby everything in downtown New York very clean room and big in the front desk you have very kind and professional people that make everything to make you happy and very welcoming
I recommend this hotel with all my Hart