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desk staff don't communicate and are rude. They claimed they would take care of me after the first time a stayed and had issues. The discount was paltry. Room service is poor and don't expect to get them to get your order right. Good location...More
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I stayed two nights at the Andaz for a business trip. Expecting a postage stamp size room you normally get in NYC, I was shocked at how spacious my room was. The beds were extremely comfortable. Lighting controls were thoughtfully places next to the bed...More
Date of stay: January 2018
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Response from Tim_Meyer_Andaz, General Manager at Andaz Wall StreetResponded January 26, 2018
Thank you very much for sharing your positive feedback via TripAdvisor, It is always a thrill to read when a guest thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of their stay. We are so happy that you liked how spacious our rooms are and how everything...More
I just stayed at this hotel for the 3rd time in 4 years. The first time i stayed, I loved it--located in Wall Street, close to the FDR and lots of subway access. Rooms were cool and free non-alcoholic drinks in the minibar! However, this...More
Kind of off the beaten path if you are sight-seeing, but I was on business in the area so it was great for me.
Pros: My room was huge. I was blown away by the size of it. Nicely appointed with bed, oversize chair and...More
Beautiful hotel and really amazing staff. Felt like we were back in Europe during this stay in modern, stylish, unique interior design hotel. Hotel rooms very spacious which is unusual for the city unless you pay prime price. The hotel offers many nice hospitality surprises,...More
Experience Lower Manhattan’s renaissance at Andaz Wall Street from Hyatt. Have a seat in the Andaz Lounge—an open, communal setting that’s equal parts living room and lobby—where your Andaz Host will warmly greet you …Moreand check you in with a handheld iPad. Complimentary High-speed wireless Internet and local calls will be make you right at home as well as free non-alcoholic beverages and snacks. Less
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Response from AndazWallStreet75 | Property representative |
There are a few ways to get to Andaz Wall Street
- since la guardia is not connected to the subway you can take a bus (Q70) that goes to the subway, Roosevelt Ave-Jackson Height stop. From there... More
There are a few ways to get to Andaz Wall Street
- since la guardia is not connected to the subway you can take a bus (Q70) that goes to the subway, Roosevelt Ave-Jackson Height stop. From there take the R train all the way to Whitehall St Station. From Whitehall you will see the Staten Island ferry and that is on Water st. Walk along water street and our hotel will be on your left right across a duanne reade store. Its an easy 8-10 minutes walk. What I always say is that in New York you wont get lost since there are tons of people to ask for direction, sometimes even if you are not asking but people notice that you are trying to find your way someone will come to help you. (Note: You can also take the F or E train but you will have to transfer at some point to get to the 2,3,4,5 trains which will take you to Wall Street Station). Bus and subways are $2.75 per ride. Get an MTA card before hopping on the bus.
- take a shuttle from the airport. This will take you from point a to point b easily since the shuttle will stop by the hotel. The only downside to this is that there will be a few stops along the way. You can check go airlink shuttle. This will cost you about $17/way
- Take a taxi. The taxi can be anywhere between $35-50. It is a good way since it takes you directly to the hotel without having to drop off other passengers. The only thing going against you here is Manhattan traffic.
Let me know what works for you.
Response from keeshagurl | Property representative |
There is only one true connecting suite, that would be the Buttonwood suite to a double bedroom. The other select corner rooms have a connecting foyer door that can be closed off to make your two entrance doors private from... More
There is only one true connecting suite, that would be the Buttonwood suite to a double bedroom. The other select corner rooms have a connecting foyer door that can be closed off to make your two entrance doors private from the rest of the floor.