Experience downtown New York City
Situated minutes from the Statue of Liberty, the World Trade Center, South Street Seaport, Wall Street and Battery Park, W New York - Downtown places travelers near an endless array of things to do in lower Manhattan.
Start your morning with an invigorating jog through Battery Park before exploring vibrant downtown neighborhoods like Chinatown, Little Italy and SoHo. With plenty of world-class attractions at your fingertips, you'll find no shortage of ways to spend your time. Once you've had your fill of downtown NYC, simply hop on the subway and access all other areas of Manhattan, including iconic points of interest like Times Square, Chelsea Market, Museum Row on the Upper East Side, Columbus Circle and so much more. Review our top things to do, below, and start planning your New York City getaway today.
109 Washington St. (420 ft away)
Day-to-night downtown bistro that features a contemporary take on Austrian fare with a Mediterranean touch. A menu of classic cocktails compliments the market-driven, seasonal menu in this rustic, modern restaurant.
101 Liberty St 3rd Floor (.2 miles away)
Eataly has officially brought a piece of Italy to downtown NYC! This vibrant, authentic Italian market features an array of cafes, to-go counters, and multiple eateries. Stop in for a wine-and-cheese pairing, shop for imported goods or sample mouthwatering pizza.
200 Vesey St (.3 miles away)
Situated in Brookfield Place, downtown's premier shopping and dining destination, Hudson Eats is a high-end food court featuring approximately 600 communal seats serviced by establishments such as Blue Ribbon Sushi, Blackseed Bagel, Chop’t, Mighty Quinn’s Barbecue, Dos Toros, and many more.
Sauce and Barrel
97 Washington St (520 Ft away)
Easy-going pizzeria powerhouse that offers unique spins on classic Italian cuisine suitable for both business travelers and families. Whether you're dressed up or dressed down, this pizzeria bar caters to your craft cocktail cravings and specialty pizza dreams.
225 Liberty St (.3 miles away)
Sample French-inspired fare in an environment where service and quality are paramount. Explore the districts of culinary-specific stations, sit down restaurants, and a fresh grocery store
Play & Explore
One World Observatory
485 Fulton St. (.3 miles away)
The tallest building in the Western hemisphere, One World Trade stands at 1,776 feet tall. Tourists and locals are flocking to the observatory to catch the best view of New York City and beyond.
Statue of Liberty
An iconic New York City attraction, "The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World" was a gift of friendship from the people of France to the United States and is recognized as a universal symbol of freedom and democracy. Ferries to the Statue of Liberty are conveniently located in Battery Park a short distance from the hotel.
National 9/11 Memorial and Museum
200 Liberty St. (.2 miles away)
An essential thing to do in downtown Manhattan, the National 9/11 Memorial and Museum is located on former site of the Twin Towers and thoughtfully commemorates the attacks of September 11, 2001.
Mix & Mingle
22 Battery Place (.5 miles away)
From the team behind The Dead Rabbit, BlackTail is a bar inspired by Prohibition-era Cuba. Enjoy craft cocktails and Cuban inspired bites in this tastefully themed bar located on Pier A.
The Dead Rabbit
30 Water St (.6 miles away)
Voted Best Bar in the World in 2016, this two level pub caters to every mood. Choose between the no frills ground floor Taproom or head upstairs to The Parlor for extraordinary craft beer, bottled punches, and an assortment of whiskies.
The Living Room Bar & Terrace
Bold design, stunning views, curated musical programming and a cocktail culture like never before in downtown NYC await at our modern and chic hotel bar.
Fashion & Flair
Westfield World Trade Center
185 Greenwich St (.3 miles)
Explore over 100 fashion, beauty, lifestyle and technology brands across 365,000 square feet of retail space. Westfield World Trade Center is located in New York’s newest iconic landmark, The Oculus.
Take the train a few stops uptown to visit New York City’s biggest fashion district, Soho. Take a journey down the cobblestone streets of Soho to find countless high end designer shops and big box retailers.
230 vesey St (.3 miles away)
Brookfield Place is an extraordinary waterfront complex featuring numerous luxury shops including: Bonobos, DVF, Gucci, Saks Fifth Avenue, Hermes Parfumerie, and Club Monaco.