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Hotel appropriate for corporate travel with business on Wall Street. Given traffic conditions location is not appropriate for casual visitors. Lack of grab bars and low toilet make use by people with motion restrictions inconvenient. Outlet placement makes charging phones, etc. difficult.More
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Thank William B
Response from MilleniumHiltonHotel, Front Office Manager at Millennium Hilton New York DowntownResponded 28 June 2015
Dear William B,
Thank you for staying with us at our hotel. I appreciate your honesty. We look for reviews to provide insight into our hotel and our guest room is an area we are actively examining. The Millenium Hilton also has many rooms that...More
The staff at the hotel are friendly and no matter when I walked through the lobby I was welcomed. The location is perfect, plenty of places to walk for dinner and the subway is close too. The rooms are comfortable and the view is spectacular....More
My now fiancé flew me to New York for a proposal trip and it was fantastic. We stayed at the Hilton where the staff was nothing short of amazing and helpful. They even helped him set up the room for when we returned so he...More
The hotel is located in a busy area due to the World Trade site and easy to reach by taxi and subway next to the hotel. Inside the room there was no noise from outside.
The hotel is good, rooms spacious, views over Manhattan is...More
Front Desk was excellent in taking care of our room. Our room however had carpet stains and the breakfast eggs and french toast were cold both mornings and the coffee is just too strong- more like Java Mud. Asked for flowers for my beloved before...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.
I parked on Jersey City side ( Plaza 5) for $25 per night, and took PATH to WTC. We took the subway in NYC everywhere we went so no point of parking in NYC and pay the price when cheaper option is available. Plus it takes... More
I parked on Jersey City side ( Plaza 5) for $25 per night, and took PATH to WTC. We took the subway in NYC everywhere we went so no point of parking in NYC and pay the price when cheaper option is available. Plus it takes hours in NYC traffic.