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My wife and I spent one night at the Andaz Wall Street in April as a get-away without kids and to celebrate some important milestones and occasions in our life. I called the hotel the day before to see how early we could check in...More
We had a great time at the Andaz Wall Street. We received an upgrade from a double room to a king suite which had a separate living area. My son was excited he had his own tv. There was fresh coffee and muffins or cookies...More
I stayed here for business one night, however the minute you walk in you will be welcomed as royalty would.
Charles is an amazing asset to this property "wish I could tuck him in my luggage for every single future trip".
The room is very...More
We really liked the location of Andaz, near the Fulton Street hub station and also easy walking distance to the pier 11 water taxis to Bklyn. There are no heavy traffic sounds at all at night in the narrow little streets of the Financial District...More
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We stayed at the Andaz Wall Street hotel for one night last week before an international trip abroad and it was a great hotel experience. The hotel looks and feels new --the room was huge (for NYC) and very comfortable. The bathroom was 5 star...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.
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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.
-The deluxe king room, which has the soaking tub and walk in rain shower which are both in the same room together as each other which is closed off with a glass door and the bathroom toliet is across from the walk in rain... More
-The deluxe king room, which has the soaking tub and walk in rain shower which are both in the same room together as each other which is closed off with a glass door and the bathroom toliet is across from the walk in rain shower and soaking tub but instead the toliet bathroom door is tinted dark glass. And in between both rooms the bathroom with the toliet and the walk in rain shower and soaking tub is where the sink and vanity are located .
- the regular king room, where you can see only has the walk in rain shower.
-Also the Andaz suite king bed has a walk in rain shower and soaking tub but is a little bit more money than the king delux but is nice and more spacious and has more room with 2 tvs: a tv infront of the king bed and has a living room area with a couch and two small sofa chairs on the right side of the couch and a mini table infront of the big couch with another tv on the wall across from the couch.
Since I can not leave any links or html or pictures to show you here in the comments due to the sites guidelines, the link with all the room’s pictures and the 360 degree view video of each room. I can only tell you how to get to the link and page by following what I said below:
You can see the pictures by going to trip advisor site here and type in andaz wall street click on the picture you see right away and it will bring you to the andaz wall street picture gallery and to view each room’s pictures click at the top left corner where it says albums and a list should come down click on room/suite . Than right upper top corner a little under where it said albums but on the right side of the page where it says Category, click on category and a list should also come down saying bathroom and the different room types and you can view each room’s pictures there by clicking what room on the list coming down and also gives you the 360 degree view of each room, so you can see which room includes what you are looking for and hopefully this will make it easier for you to choose the proper room you want.
Hope this info is helpful to you with choosing a room!
Hi, like everyone said it depends on the room. They do have drawers and a closet. If you know what room you want you can google the room name and the hotel and review the whole room in pictures or 360 degree view of the... More
Hi, like everyone said it depends on the room. They do have drawers and a closet. If you know what room you want you can google the room name and the hotel and review the whole room in pictures or 360 degree view of the room, which would show you what and how many drawers and what type of storage is in the room.