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Millennium Hilton New York Downtown
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Reviewed 28 May 2012

We stayed in a King Junior Suite on the 22nd floor overlooking the WTC site. The view was amazing, but also disconcerting in a way. We were able to see the 9/11 memorials from the rooms too. Being as it was Memorial Day weekend, the area was jammed with people. Outside the hotel there are always many people milling around and taking photos. We loved it that there is access to the subway right out the door. Also, the PATH is very close by.

A special shout out goes to Charles, the concierge, who answered my MANY questions so patiently and efficiciently. He was invaluable! The bellman and the doormen were also very friendly.
The room was nice, but I felt it could use a little updating. The carpet looked tired in places and the wallpaper in the bathroom was coming off slightly in spots. The bathroom was large overall with a nice granite vanity. The sleeper sofa came in handy for our daughter, but once it is pulled out, there is no room to walk around it. The fridge in the room is not operable because if you move anything around, you will be charged for it. This was inconvenient for sure!

If you like bagels, walk 6 blocks uptown and make a left onto Chambers street and go to Zucker's bagels. Awesome NYC bagels and a local TriBeCa hang out.

The hotel is convenient to Wall Street, Battery Park, the ferry to Staten Island, Governor's Island, etc. the historic churches nearby are also fun to visit. I think the value of this hotel is much better than the Hilton's midtown near Times Square. Overall, this was a great place to stay.

Room Tip: Choose a higher floor for a view of the WTC site and less noise from construction.
  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 28 May 2012

Very convenient for South Manhattan and extremely close to Ground Zero. Good value but a bit dissapointed as the Hotel is supposed to be 5 star. The bar area is very small for such a large hotel. We were on the 12th floor and the builing work from Groung Zero could be clearly heard. The hotel was very noisy at night and we had to complain about people singing at 4 am in the morning on the floor below. The security were slow to react and should have topped them at the lifts before they came to their rooms.

Room Tip: Get a room high up.
  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Adrian J
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Reviewed 27 May 2012

We enjoyed our stay and were happy with a good sized well appointed room, especially for NY. Overlooking the WTC site was mixed emotion but a cool experience. The only real complaint is that the breakfast are was freezing cold so we couldn't stay very long.

Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 25 May 2012

A mainstay for the business traveler that works on or near Wall Street, the Millenium is a nice hotel with great access to the downtown vicinity. Located right across from the WTC site, the hotel has dealt very well with construction noise (which is minimal these days).

The rooms are nice, though typical of New York, they are small. If you have need to stay downtown this is a good option for a mid-range price with solid quality.

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Reviewed 23 May 2012

Want to save money and still get a great stay? Stay at the Millennium Hilton at Ground Zero. There is simply no better place in the Financial District than this place to get the best views of the new WTC plaza, memorial and transportation hub, pay less than at Times Square (upwards of $100 less per night) and get great service all the while. Rooms are small (the tower itself is very small) but airy and light thanks to the extra-large glass windows and muted colors used with high-end fixtures and finishes. The few coveted double-bedded rooms are large and open, and the best rooms are on the upper floors. Personally, I don't think the suites are worth the upgrade price, but that's me. Even though this Hilton Property does not have a concierge level, the guest service staff more than make up for it. Did I mention the TWO subway lines that are literally outside the hotel, and the 4 more that are within 1 block? Getting around is easy. You will not be disappointed with this property as long as they keep doing what they are doing. I have now stayed at this property 6 times, and each time with an amazing experience. Parking is (as for the rest of Manhattan) non-existent, and will cost you between $55-$65 per day (no in-and-out privileges; the charges reset every time you take the car out). But, why on each would you want a car in Manhattan??? Right next door is the Chapel where many came in the days, weeks, months and years following 9/11 and it's not to be missed for a different experience of that fateful day and the struggles and triumphs that followed.

Room Tip: Ask for a room above Floor 30 facing west - the best rooms are on Floors 50-55.
  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled on business
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