Club Quarters Wall Street

Address: 52 William Street, New York City, New York, 10005, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Financial District area of New York City, is near Wall Street, 1792 Wall Street Walks, Federal Hall, and Museum of American Finance.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsClub Quarters Wall Street New York City

    Reviewed by vangome1981

    Chartis Partner

    Reviewed Oct 16, 2009
    by (2 reviews) São Paulo , Brazil Flag of Brazil

    All Chartis employees who go to NY stay in this hotel due to the proximity to the office that was in the Wall Street, now in the Water Street, 5 minutes by feet.
    It's comfortable and 5 steps from Wall Street station.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by abarnes

    Very well organized, clean and suited perfectly for the business traveler.

    Reviewed Aug 15, 2008
    by (10 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Everything was great!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Historical Traveler Reviews Club Quarters Wall Street New York City

    Unless you're a pain (--) to travel with, no problem!!!


    Yeah it wasn't the easiest to find, but then again either is a diamond in the rough! Club Quarters doesn't do itself justice on their advertisements. The rooms were small but very clean(paid $78.00/night, all 3 nights from 11-14 Jun Fri-Mon). Hot water, good water pressure, powerful air conditionings/heaters, cable, in room movies and wireless internet, prompt maid service(if the do not disturb sign remains up all day, they will call in the afternoon to confirm that you don't want maid service), room service along with a complete listing of all restaraunts in the area that deliver to inlcude a couple of 24 hour delis, easy access to subways, Wall Street, WTC, Battery Park.All 3 elevators are high speed; you will wait for 30 seconds at most. The lobby has a comfortable common area with access to two high speed internet computers at no charge. Their gym was surprisingly well equipped.Each of the cardio machines was represented along with a rack of free weights. If you require spacious rooms, breath taking views, valet parking, and in room spa service, then you're a pain in the --- to travel with so don't stay here. Otherwise, look forward to a pleasant surprise and the best kept secret from the Upper East Side to Staten Island.

    Great location, weird room, less than stellar overall


    This really is just a cleaner than average 2 star hotel. Room was taller than it was wide - the ceiling had to be 20 feet up. Felt like living in a fish bowl. Room was sparsely appointed (as are all CQ hotels), bathroom was cramped, furnishings were old. Room was clean. Location is great, though - right off Wall Street. You can walk to anywhere downtown from here.

    It was pretty nice, great location.


    I went on vacation for the Memorial Day weekend, got a little lost in the beginning but it was easy to find it after. Check in was pretty easy and quick. We went into our room, and it was pretty big. Great view of the Chase building. Great walking distance to the ferry to Sttue of Liberty, WTC, and right on the corner of Wall St. The subway is right in the corner of the hotel too. Need more info? e-mail me.

    Great Deal


    For a great deal of $150 w/tax, (Saturday in May)we enjoyed our stay in this clean, semi-quiet room. Due to contruction on near-by roads we were challenged to find the entrance however, once we made our way, we checked in within minutes. The staff was very kind, and also recommended a deli two blocks away for snacks, etc (bottled water). The room was clean, towels were fluffy and it was nice to have a fridge to store goodies in. I do recommend staying in a room away from the elevator if sensitive to noise. We were pleased to find a room at a great price, and good location. We took the subway to Little Italy and Times Square, and were able to walk to Battery Park and Ground Zero. I would stay here again!

    Great Hotel --Read this for picture site also


    My GF and I made a trip to NYC for the first time for Valentine's Weekend 2004 and I searched high and low for a great service and looking hotel for a cheap price (in NYC standards). I got a good deal on Club Quarters Downtown for about $110 a night plus tax for all three weekend days. Total came out to be $370 for Friday night, Saturday Night, and Sunday Night. I think that was a great deal for three nights in NYC and on VALENTINE'S WEEKEND. As for the location, it was off of Wall Street and William St. within the financial district, so there wasn't much going on that weekend. The Subway station is really close and you can always catch a cab off of Water street. The room and room service was great and the lobby managers were decent and friendly. Each room has a TV, spacious restroom, closet with hangers, and only WIRELESS INTERNET SERVICE if you have a laptop. Their lobby isn't an eye opener but they also have a workout floor which is nice for people who are on top of their health. I recommend it for people who are willing to take the subway and stay at a quiet area. It is a little bit hard to find, but it's worth it for what you get. You are more than welcome to check out my website for pictures of the room and hotel at

    Great place for the Frugal-minded


    A nice place to go if your a business travler who wants to be literally on Wall St and next to the NYSE and for the tourist who wants a quiet and relaxing atmosphere. Room is decent size for a NYC hotel room, and each room has its own bathroom/shower unlike some other hotels in the area. Went there for New Year's, great price... Subway is right down the block... Road construction around the hotel make actually finding and then getting to it difficult. But all in all, great experience.

    Getting away


    The trip started off excellent, being greeted with an awesome staff. I arrived early in the am, and a room was ready so I was able to checkin on arrival (yeah). The rooms are small but I didn't go there to have a party in my room, the party is in the city. It had everything you needed to prepare for a night out on the town. I would stay at Club Quarters on every visit to NY. And I can't say enough about the professional staff. Keep up the good work. I'll be back.

    Could be handled a lot better


    We were there the weekend after the black out.It was very hard to find the hotel. The street outside the hotel was under construction and you could see huge rats running around. The rooms were small but nice and clean. Unfortunately, we were not warned that there was no hot water because of the black out. We would have been prepared or cancel our trip. No compensation was given to us.Overall, if you dont mind staying in lower Manhattan, the hotel was very nice for the price.

    Fantastic Bargain, Great Hotel


    Clean, quiet and friendly. Hotel also has a fantastic restaurant (Bull Run). Too bad more New York hotels don't run like this one.

    Business Only


    If you need to be near City Hall or Pace University, its a great location to stay. Just off Wall Street, this place is for the business traveler who needs to be near the finance companies. However its a great location if you need to visit Brooklyn also. Subway is just a block away. First time visitors to NYC, this place may not be for you.

    Great deal for around $100-$130.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Club Quarters Wall Street New York City

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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