Andaz Wall Street
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I convinced my good friend Tim to join me on my most epic adventure yet. New York, Paris and Amsterdam!!
Started on a Friday in early October and stayed overnight in NYC at the Andaz Wall Street, my favorite hotel from the trip. The next day we hopped on the subway up to Central Park and walked around there for a bit then took the subway …
This morning we were in no rush as most of the stuff was packed (except from the few additions from Roxy's adventure yesterday). We somehow jammed everything into 3 suitcases with the following results: Suitcase 1: 30kg, Suitcase 2: 27kg, Suitcase 3: 13kg plus the pram, plus 2 backpacks, plus Mattias's backpack.... Now that's what you call SOME …
Last night it snowed so bad that some areas of the city cannot be accessed.
We are supposed to leave for Australia today but JFK Airport is still closed and we have no idea when it will open for business again.
As a result Roxy found another hotel on Wall St where we are spending some additional bludge time before we can return home. The …
Okay even though we only left NYC 3 days ago it feels like 3 weeks ago. I am finally realising how crazy this trip really is but I know it will be worth it.
Okay New York City was amazing of course. It nearly started off badly though because when I was getting off the train at New York Penn Station I left my purse on the the seat. As I was …
Ahhhhhhhhhh okay so we have been in the city for 24 hours and have done so much already: Wall Street, Ground Zero, Battery Park, Statue of Liberty (from the free Staten Island ferry), Staten Island (just the ferry port), Vietnam Veterans park, Times Square, Madison Square Garden, Macy's, John's (best Pizza EVER), The Magnolia Bakery, Carrie's front …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
This great gem is located in New York City's Financial District, only a short 15 minute sub-way ride away from Times Square and other popular districts of Manhattan.
I only stayed for one night but I will definitely be re-visiting again. I got a great deal by getting a Friday night for around $300 in October, which was below the average I was finding for a lot of reputable hotel chains.
The wonderful thing about this place, that not everyone knows about, is the free wine they serve in the lobby in the evening. The service is top-notch from every single person I dealt with and having free snacks and non alcoholic drinks in the room was key to keeping my food budget down. The spa-like bathroom was spectacular!!
I decided to stay here for my one night stop-over before I traveled onward to Paris for my first time.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.