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Our third visit here in 5 years. Apart from the hotel itself, it has been fascinating to watch the reconstruction on 'Ground Zero', and to be encouraged by the indomitable spirit of the New Yorkers.
Anyway, back to Millennium Hilton. Arrived during rush-hour, processed quickly...More
The view was more than we were expecting for sure. All the reviews mention the location and views and they are all spot on. The corner room facing west gives you a view of the Hudson River, WTC, uptown,and east side/Brooklyn Bridge. The room was...More
I live in the city(uptown) and I booked this room to give a surprise to my bf who visited me from SF.
I picked our room(King Deluxe City view) on 54th floor through the Hilton app one day before check-in. Very convenient and special way...More
Concierge staff was helpful and respectful. Check-in was quick and easy. Rooms are clean with a large bathroom and flat screen TV; the staff follows environmentally friendly procedures. Excellent and wide selection of breakfast items. Excellent views of the city, the WTC, City Hall, and...More
We have stayed in numerous hotels in NYC. The Millenium Hilton is our favorite. What a great place to stay at. Check in was a breeze, both with our car and the room. This hotel has a parking garage, which also makes it more convenient...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.
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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.