The Wall Street Hotel in New York’s famous financial district epitomises all the glamour, history and elegance of this quarter of Manhattan
The city of New York never fails to entertain and surprise and the Financial District , or Fi-Di as it is called, has a sophisticated energy all of its own. The beautiful classic building housing the newly opened Wall Street hotel is the former Tontine Building which was home to New York’s first Stock Exchange in 1792. The hotel is owned by the Paspaley family, recognised as the pioneers of the Australian South Sea pearling industry. They saw the opportunity to give the Financial District a luxurious, colourful central hotel and meeting place for professionals and visitors alike.
The imposing hotel is just steps from the redesigned Seaport as well as all the excitement that dynamic New York has to offer. It reflects the changing face of this district where these days you are as likely to rub shoulders with artists and creatives as you are bankers and traders.
The Wall Street Hotel has 180 rooms and suites which all have cool neutral décor, luxurious cream drapes, wooden floors and elegant marble fittings with touches of pearl to create a calm atmosphere. Luxurious touches include heated flooring in the bathroom and Frette bed linens. There is a custom entertainment system and Bang 7 Olufson Bluetooth speakers.
When cocktail hour calls, the Lounge on Pearl is a stylish sophisticated space with jewel coloured tub chairs and sofas. Dining is at La Marchande, the hotel’s modern French brasserie on the corner of Wall Street and Water where Michelin star Chef John Fraser creates classic French dishes served with a modern flair.
Everything the modern traveller expects is available at the hotel , from a Curated Concierge team that offers bespoke guest experiences to a 24 hour fitness centre. Complimentary bikes are also available for anyone wishing to explore the nearby sites..
Rates at The Wall Street Hotel, a member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts, start from £499 per room per night. For more information or to book, visit www.preferredhotels.com