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Financial District Hotels

At the southern tip of Manhattan, this is the financial capital of the world. It’s also rich in history—early 17th-century Dutch traders established a shipping port here—and today features the lively South Street Seaport, waterfront parks and a wide array of hotels to suit all budgets. Financial District accommodation includes everything from sleek tower hotels popular with the international banking crowd to competitively priced motels that are popular with the many visitors who make the Financial District their base. Another draw of the Financial District is the close proximity to ferries to the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Governors Island and Staten Island that depart from the district’s docks. Use our list of hotels as a guide to your New York City visit.

The Financial District may be named after its role as the financial and banking heart of the city, but there’s much more to the neighborhood, including an impressive history—George Washington used it as his base of operations during the Revolutionary War—the bustling South Street Seaport and a top-notch selection of hotels. The best hotels are upscale properties with personality, like Gild Hall, which has elegant rooms with dark-wood furnishings, as well as a cheerful Tuscan restaurant. For spacious rooms flooded with natural light, try the Andaz Wall Street. Also popular is the Ritz-Carlton Battery Park, with telescopes in the rooms to view the New York Harbor and Statue of Liberty. The Financial District also has plenty of budget and mid-range motels and inns, like the Best Western Seaport Inn, which is within easy walking distance to the many shops and restaurants of the South Street Seaport. The Financial District is at the southern tip of Manhattan, but it’s still well connected to the rest of the island via numerous subway lines and buses. Additionally, the Financial District makes for a great base to explore the area’s many sights, from the Statue of Liberty to Governor’s Island. Also in the neighborhood is the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, which opened in 2011 at the former World Trade Center site.

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