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TravelPod Member ReviewsAndaz Wall Street New York City
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.
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