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Historical Traveler Reviews The Wall Street Inn New York City
An oasis of peace in NY
Located on a lovely and quiet street during week ends, the room was very clean, the continental breakfast is relatively high class and the street in the back is filled with nice restaurants where we ate oustside on the street. The Wall Street subway station is close by and if you are in a spiritual mood, Trinity church is within short walking distance with its talented choir.
A great affordable European-style stop in New York, mostly if you like New York but aren't crazy about police and ambulance sirens. We'll be back!
We reserved the Wall Street Inn for two nights over Labor Day weekend. We knew the financial district would be quiet, which was great with us. The location was great for us because it is so close to the subway. We were able to walk to the ferry to go to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.
The night crew are complete morons. They tell you nothing is available when it is. They barely speak english. The hotel attendant had his friends hanging around in the lobby smoking. I was not happy with the safety factor. I must admit the rooms were clean.
Nice hotel, good location
I had never heard of this hotel until I read about it in Trip Advisor. Decided to stay there, and I'm glad I did. This is a very nice, boutique-style hotel, in an excellent location. Only 6 rooms per floor, only 1 elevator, Coke machine is in the basement (the "Lower Level"). Looks like it has been renovated within the last 2-3 years. All in all, a very nice hotel, and I'll be going back to stay there again. I gave it 4 stars, instead of 5, only because it's a little limited on services (no room service, etc.). That's not a criticism, just a fact.
I took the advice of other Tripadvisor posters and I decided to stay at this hotel. I managed to get hotel reservations the same day. (I made my reservations at 1 AM through the hotel's website.)
This is an exquisite little European-owned hotel tucked into a winding back street. It is a former bank and my corner room had mullioned windows almost floor to ceiling and wrapped around the room. Its Wall Street area location offered a peaceful night's sleep on Friday and Saturday evening. The bed was very comfortable, and the furnishings hotel-style, but lovely. The floor to ceiling marble bathrooms were European style with nice amenities. Everything was absolutely immaculate. Every staff member I encountered was very considerate and courteous. The room rate includes a very nice continental breakfast in the morning. There is no restaurant on site, but they provide menus from various local restaurants that will deliver and charge the meal to your room at the restaurant's normal prices with no added fees, a real advantage over typical room service prices. My morning and late-night take out orders from the 24hour deli were delivered in 15 minutes (another advantage over room service). The coffee was still hot! Hotel-discounted parking in the lot directly across the street was $30 for 24 hours. A cab ride uptown will be quite pricey but there are lots of subways nearby.
Enjoyed our stay
We stayed here last Friday night and agree with the other posts --found the hotel to be attractive, quiet and well maintained. Although we thought it would be inconvenient to midtown, we scooted up the FDR Drive in less time than it would have taken to drive in midtown. One caveat--if you have a car, be sure to use the parking garage across the street . We parked on the street, got a pricey ticket, and only later discovered a no parking sign at the other end of the street under scaffolding.
Excellent option for a NYC stay
Small boutique hotel off the beaten track, with great rates for weekends. The service was personal, the room clean and neat (if a little small, but this is New York), and the bathroom was excellent, w/nice towels and a good shower. The small street on which the Inn is located is quiet at night and so this inn is quiet in a way not many NY hotels can be. We were in the 2nd floor room directly above the entrance. Not sure if the rooms on the other side of the hotel endure any more noise from the busy pub across the street that runs along the back of the hotel. Since it's just a few blocks from many subway stations, the location is not a problem at all - we were able to get back from any location uptown quickly and efficiently. I would stay here again on future trips.
Great quiet hotel
We stayed a Friday and Saturday night and found out the Wall street area is quiet thru the weekend but this is probably a busy business hotel during the week. A parking garage is across the street and you can catch a taxi or bus at Battery park a few blocks away. Our room was large by NY standards, very clean and comfortable with extras not found in the chain hotels. Friendly helpful staff. No onsite restaurant or bar but many choices are within a few blocks. They do have a nice complimentary continental breakfast.
In a non-descript area of lower Manhattan, on one of the old, narrow, winding streets near Battery Park, the Wall Street Inn is a rare find. A small, boutique-type hotel that is family owned and operated, opening in 1999, it has more of a home-away-from-home feel than a hotel. Much like a European hotel, but with larger and more comfortably furnished rooms. My room was beautifully decorated with high-quality furnishings. The bath was swathed in marble up to its cornice-moulded ceiling and had separate switches at the bathroom door for light, heat, vent and night light. The tub was deep and the hot water instantly available as well as plentiful. The housekeeping was also excellent with nary a speck of dust anywhere and all of the hardware polished and looking brand new. Even small details, such as the types of light bulbs used in the lamps and the polished brass window hardware, showed the attention of someone who knows the right way to do things and does them just that way. Good management is not always easy to find. I paid a corporate rate that was easily 25% less than what I typically pay for mid-town properties. For anyone with business in lower Manhattan, or who wants to experience a different part of Manhattan that's only a quick subway or cab ride from midtown, the Wall Street Inn will be a very satisfying experience.