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Easy to get to on the subway. Very nice accommodations directly across the street from a large mall that is an architectural wonder. Close to great places to eat, shop, movies and the subway. Will def go back.
This was our first trip to New York but it definitely won’t be our last. I booked the trip as a surprise for my husband’s birthday (new year’s eve) and, although from looking online and other reviews, I knew the hotel was near the 911...More
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Response from MilleniumHiltonHotel, General Manager at Millennium Hilton New York DowntownResponded February 14, 2018
I am so glad you had such a wonderland time for your fist time in New York - and over the new year! Happy to read that our hotel made a good base for you and your family to visit a variety of...More
Located across from the World Trade Center, the hotel has the potential for great views if you can get a room facing the WTC. The hotel room itself is a standard Hilton layout, which is fine. Easy access to subway/PATH.
Our experience at this hotel was ok. We chose this hotel for it's location, we typically stay mid town. The clerk that helped us at check in was not friendly at all, she never smiled, welcomed us to the hotel or acknowledged that we are...More
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This is a relatively new hotel right across from the Oculus - the new train station near ground zero and the dual waterfall commemorating the 9/11 victims. The lobby is modest, although it does have a bar and some seats. I'd go around the corner...More
At the southernmost tip of Manhattan, the Financial District is where New York City began as a center of commerce. Today, the historic streets and beautiful setting are complemented by museums, countless skyscrapers, and the heart of the Financial District, home to Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange. Catch the Staten Island Ferry for an unbeatable view of the skyline and Statue of Liberty, or sail to Ellis
Island to learn about the vital immigrant history of the city.
You can book a shuttle (not free) but it’s super easy to do the train and subway. The subway stop is right across from the hotel door, it’s also the fancy new subway station that’s kind of it’s own landmark now.
Response from JarednSarie | Reviewed this property |
We saw reviews mentioning valet parking was expensive so we found a garage within about 5 mins with spothero. It will cost $30 for 24 hours or $20 for 12 hours if you book it on Spothero. Otherwise its really no savings... More
We saw reviews mentioning valet parking was expensive so we found a garage within about 5 mins with spothero. It will cost $30 for 24 hours or $20 for 12 hours if you book it on Spothero. Otherwise its really no savings compared to valet. Address where we parked was 50 West Broadway New York, NY. It is the 75th Park Place Garage.