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DoubleTree by Hilton New York Downtown

8 Stone Street, New York, New York, 10004, USA TEL: +1-212-480-9100 FAX: +1-212-480-9200

Explore the Financial District

Spend time in the revitalized Financial District, one of the world's most recognizable neighborhoods from the central location of our DoubleTree by Hilton New York Downtown. Just steps from Battery Park, our hotel is in an ideal spot for visiting the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, Statue of Liberty, and the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. Surrounded by major subway arteries, it is convenient for travel to Manhattan and the neighboring boroughs.

Our hotel in Lower Manhattan offers spectacular views of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Ellis Island as well as views of the Hudson and East Rivers. Each room offers WiFi, a modern work desk and plenty of space to relax after a day touring The Big Apple.

Wall Street

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel New York City - Financial District, NY - Wall Street

Within four city blocks of our hotel, you can walk to Wall Street, centered on the eight blocks from Broadway to South Street on the East River. Home to the world's largest stock exchange, the NYSE, NASDAQ, the New York Mercantile Exchange, the New York Board of Trade and the former American Stock Exchange, Wall Street is part of the Financial District of NYC, the central hub of the world economy. Wandering down this famous street, you'll be in awe of the stunning architecture and the historical significance of every block.

Battery Park

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel New York City - Financial District, NY - Battery Park

At the tip of Manhattan is Battery Park, a space that has been transformed into a beautiful park with activities and fun for all ages that starts two blocks from our hotel. Stroll through award winning gardens with water views and try some New York favorites from the food trucks on the park corners.

While you're in Battery Park, visit the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust celebrating the lives, traditions and achievements of those who perished during the Holocaust.

Discover Battery Park City's evening concerts, art displays, shopping, dining and a palm tree-studded atrium. If you're in NYC for a work-related visit, Brookfield Place is home to major international business firms such as American Express, Merrill Lynch and Deloitte.

Stone Street

Walk to the pedestrian-only, historic Stone Street, nestled amid skyscrapers. The low-rise, two-block haven of bars and restaurants feels more like an old-world village than the center of the financial universe. Close to Fraunces Tavern and within walking distance to all the important downtown Financial District sites, Stone Street is hidden away, perfect for lunch on the outdoor patio or happy hour after work in a one-of-a-kind pub along the cobblestone streets.

With ten locations around Manhattan, the first Financier Patisserie opened in 2002 on Stone Street and blends a cozy environment with coffee and French pastry. Freshly roasted coffee and an array of French special occasion cakes, individual pastries and vienoisserie, create the ideal spot to stop before a busy day of sightseeing or for a quick salad, bowl of soup or panini.

For a fun pub experience, make your way to The Growler Bites & Brews on Stone Street. Touted as the top craft beer bar in downtown Manhattan, you'll find unique and rare offerings from all over the country. Combine a new cocktail bar, Underdog, in the basement, simple yet delicious bar food and a dog friendly outdoor patio and you have this unique tavern.

Dining in the Financial District

Less than half of a mile from our hotel, a few short city blocks, you'll find a unique blend of American and Japanese cultures and cuisine at Ramen.Co. Created by Keizo Shimamoto as a way to introduce Asian fast food in a new way, from the Ramen Burger to a bowlful of soul-warming noodles, your taste buds will appreciate the thoughtful blend of flavors.


DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel New York City - Financial District, NY - 9/11 Memorial

  • National September 11 Memorial & Museum- World Trade Center commemorates the lives of those affected by the 1993 and 2001 tragedies. The museum is an educational and historical tribute to the victims as well as to the many heroes.
  • Century 21 Department Store, located within walking distance of our hotel, is one of the largest discount department stores in NYC.
  • Federal Hall, formerly known as the Sub-Treasury Building is where George Washington was sworn in as president when New York City was the nation's capital. If the lobby is open, visitors can see a piece of the actual floor where Washington stood and tour the small museum inside.
  • The South Street Seaport area was once part of the thriving shipping and whaling industries of NYC. The area was devastated by Hurricane Sandy and is still undergoing reconstruction, plus a major redevelopment of the shopping area on Pier 17. Visit the shipyard museum with artifacts and small exhibits about sailing, fishing and harbor life in New York City throughout the years.
  • NY Stock Exchange and the Mercantile Exchange are landmark properties within the city and a building to notice while walking throughout the Financial District. Interior tours are no longer offered but visitors are welcome to pose for a picture outside of the iconic building.
  • Transportation

    Take advantage of the public transportation options available from our hotel in the Financial District to get around Manhattan and to areas outside of the city such as Long Island, Hoboken and Staten Island. Our hotel is within walking distance, just three blocks, to the Whitehall Terminal Manhattan for travel to Staten Island and close to the Financial Center Ferry Terminal for travel to and from the Hudson Valley region.

    While you're in NYC, spend an afternoon visiting Coney Island via subway from the World Trade Center Line just blocks away or hop on the nearby subway and bus lines to explore new sights in Manhattan.

    Sit back and enjoy a ride on the PATH rail system with a stop less than one mile north from our front door.

    Board the free Staten Island Ferry, the only non-vehicular mode of transportation between Staten Island and Manhattan. Take in the majestic views of the New York Harbor such as The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island as the boat travels the historic route from Manhattan to Staten Island. On a daily basis, close to 70,000 people are transported by the Staten Island Ferry system.

    Soak in the beauty that is Fulton Station, an up and coming transit and retail complex at the intersection of Fulton and Broadway, less than one mile from our hotel. Designed to improve subway access for New York City subway riders arriving and leaving on various lines, the Fulton Center is a hub of shopping, dining and efficient travel in the historic Financial District.