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Set in the Stone Street Historic District of lower Manhattan, DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel New York City Financial District is a beautiful downtown hotel with magnificent views of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Ellis Island. Discover New York’s most popular attractions, including the Statue of Liberty and the World Trade Center Memorial. Enjoy a warm, freshly baked DoubleTree chocolate chip cookie on arrival at this New York City hotel.
Stay in a well-decorated guest room, featuring warm mahogany tones and rich colors. Keep up with work using high-speed internet access at the flexible work desk, or watch your favorite shows on the 32-inch flat-screen TV. Be productive in the hotel’s fully equipped, 24-hour business center with high-speed internet, printing, and photocopying access, and book our boardroom for an important business negotiation.
Stay active with cardiovascular machines and resistance equipment in the hotel’s fitness center. Begin each day with a delicious DoubleTree Buffet Breakfast and enjoy freshly prepared classic dishes at the hotel’s signature restaurant, the Ei8htstone Restaurant & Bar.
The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel New York City - Financial District is located on the south side of Stone Street, between Broadway and Broad Streets in Lower Manhattan. Local corporate businesses include JP Morgan Chase, AON, McGraw Hill, Deloitte and Bank of New York. The New York Stock Exchange is right around the corner, and the hotel itself is located adjacent to the Stone Street Historic District, a beautiful area that retains its colonial heritage and architecture. Discover some of the area’s most popular local attractions. Take a cruise to the world-famous Statue of Liberty, walk to Federal Hall, or visit the South Street Seaport. Take the Staten Island Ferry for a great view of the Statue of Liberty as well as a scenic and relaxing ride through New York Harbor.