Four Lower Manhattan Hotels At Any Price Range To Book For The Holidays
Bring on the travel planning, complicated family politics, calorie-laden menus and cozy TV specials! Widely available vaccines and the city’s high vaccination rate mean families can finally travel to see each other safely again (as long as unvaccinated children are kept safe).
So your family is clear to come visit you in Lower Manhattan. Now, where should you put them? Here’s a breakdown of some of the neighborhood’s best hotels and their rates. Prices are based on four-day stays around each holiday listed on the hotel’s website, and are subject to change.
For Travelers On A Budget
Hilton Garden Inn, 6 Water Street
This Hilton Garden Inn offers the reliable rooms and delicious breakfasts you expect, with a prime location you can only hope for on a trip to New York City. It’s next to the Staten Island Ferry terminal, the 1 subway line and Battery Park. Also note the tourism points-of-interest within walking distance like Castle Clinton for the Statue of Liberty, Governors Island, The Battery and Fraunces Tavern. Many rooms even come with iconic river views.
Average per-night rate over Thanksgiving: $251
Average per-night rate over Christmas: $194
For Long-Term Or Family Stays
Marriott Residence Inn WTC, 170 Broadway
The extended-stay Residence Inn location can be perfect for long-term stays or a short family visit. It’s right in the center of the neighborhood, just steps from the 9/11 Memorial & Museum, One World Observatory and the Shops at the Oculus, with easy access to nearby subways at Fulton Street Station.
For Luxury Just South Of Tribeca
Conrad New York Downtown, 102 North End Avenue
The Conrad is as famous for its location as it is for its huge, modern lobby — adorned with art and sleek seating. As a bonus, the hotel provides easy access to one of the best movie theaters in the city, the adjoining Regal Cinemas, where you can sit your family down to watch “West Side Story” in its reclining arm chairs. The hotel itself is adjacent to the Hudson River and Rockefeller Park.
For One Of New York’s Most Exclusive
Casa Cipriani, 10 South Street
Casa Cipriani’s recent opening brings flawless luxury to downtown. Hotel guests have access to private membership spaces, a 15,000 sq foot wellness spa and Manhattan grandeur all set within the iconic Beaux-Arts style Battery Maritime Building, one of the last old ferry buildings of its type. It’s located right on the water with views of the Brooklyn Bridge to the north and Lady Liberty to the south.
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