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Our Historic New York Hotel Location Offers Beauty & Elegance

Our historic New York hotel location offers convenient access to premier attractions and fine dining in the heart of the Financial District. The Wall Street Inn is close to several iconic New York landmarks like Ellis Island, The Statue of Liberty, Wall Street, Brooklyn Bridge, and South Street Seaport. Guests are welcome to explore the area from our Lower Manhattan hotel location, visit famous historical places, and enjoy classic New York cuisine.

Directions

By Car:

From the West Side:
Westside Highway (West Street) South to Battery Park. Turn left at the end onto Battery Place. At the third traffic light, make a left onto Bridge Street. Go two blocks and make a left onto Broad Street. Turn right on South William Street. The hotel is in on the right – look for our green awnings.

From the East Side:
Take FDR to Exit 1 (Battery Park/ Staten Island Ferry). Turn right on Broad Street. Turn right on South William Street. The hotel is on the right – look for our green awnings.

By Subway:

From the West Side:
Take Line 2 or 3 to Wall Street. Use the exit to Wall St/ William St. Walk down William Street for three blocks. William Street becomes South William Street after you pass the first intersection. You will see a large new yellow/ black building on your right as you walk down William. In front of you will be the storied Delmonico’s Restaurant. To the left of Delmonico’s front door and behind their building on the left hand side of the street is The Wall Street Inn.

From the East Side:
Take line 4 or line 5 to Bowling Green. You will be in front of a park and The Museum of the American Indian. Walk one block east to Broad Street. Look for 85 Broad Street. On left of 85 Broad Street is a small one-way street, South William Street. The Wall Street Inn is on the right.

 

Quick Area Guide

Beginning at the southernmost tip of the High Line, stretching all the way down to the Battery, The New Downtown is defined by vast waterways and a striking mix of modern and traditional architecture. While you may have overlooked this neighborhood in the past, it deserves a second glance. This is not your father’s Lower Manhattan. Today, this booming neighborhood is marked by lush parkland, emerging artists, premier restaurants, luxury shops, and the city’s hottest real estate.

Welcome to the New Downtown and The Wall Street Inn. No matter who you are or what brings you here, you are bound to find something tempting in this eclectic neighborhood that is refining downtown.

Neighborhoods

  • Bowling Green
  • Downtown Financial District
  • Battery Park City

Local Attractions

  • Statue of Liberty Liberty Island, New York, NY 10004, Tel: (212) 363-3200
  • Staten Island Ferry (free) Daily from South Ferry Station to Staten Island and back
  • New York Stock Exchange 11 Wall St. New York City, New York 10005 Tel: (212) 656-2160
  • Historic Battery Park State St. between Bridge & Pearl St. New York City, New York 10280; (212) 835-2789
  • South Street Seaport Pier 17, Fulton and Front St, New York City, New York 10038 Tel: (212) 732-8257
  • Federal Reserve Bank of New York 33 Liberty St. New York City, New York 10045 Tel: (212) 720-6130

Area Museums

  • South Street Seaport Museum Pier 16 South St at the foot of John St. New York, NY 10038 Phone: (212) 748-8600
  • Ellis Island Immigration Museum New York Harbor New York City, New York 10004 Tel: (212) 561-4500
  • National Museum of the American Indian One Bowling Green New York, NY 10004; (212) 514-3700
  • Lower East Side Tenement Museum 103 Orchard St. off Delancey St. New York, NY 10002 Tel: (877) 975-3786
  • New York City Police Museum 45 Wall St. off William St.New York City, New York 10004 Tel: (212) 480-3100
  • Museum of American Finance 48 Wall Street, New York, NY 10005 Tel: (212) 908-4110
  • Fraunces Tavern Museum 54 Pearl Street New York, NY 10005 Tel: (212) 425-1778
  • Federal Hall National Memorial 26 Wall Street New York, NY 10005 Tel: (212) 825-6888
  • Museum of Jewish Heritage Edmond J. Safra Plaza 36 Battery Place New York, NY 10280 Tel: (646) 437-4202
  • African Burial Ground National Monument 290 Broadway New York, NY Tel: (212) 637-2019
  • Skyscraper Museum 39 Battery Place New York, NY 10280 Tel: (212) 968-1961

Houses of Worship

  • St. Paul’s Chapel Broadway at Fulton St. New York City, New York 10006 Tel: (212) 602-0747
  • Trinity Church 74 Trinity Place New York City, New York 10006 Tel: (212) 602-0800
  • John Methodist 44 John Street NY 10038 Tel: (212) 269-0014, Sun 11AM -services
  • Our Lady of Rosary 7 State Street NY 10005 Tel: (212) 269-6865, Sun 11AM, weekdays 8AM, 12:15PM, 1:05PM services
  • Our Lady of Victory 60 William Street, NY 10004 Tel: (212) 422-5535
  • St. Peter’s Cathedral 16 Barclay Street, NY 10005
  • Synagogue for the Arts 49 White Street, Tel: (212) 966-7141
  • Chabad of Wall Street 139 Fulton Street New York, NY 10038 Tel: (212) 786-0068
  • Battery Park Synagogue 385 South End Ave New York, NY 10280 Tel: (212) 432-7022
  • Wall Street Synagogue 47 Beekman Street New York, NY 10038 Tel: (212) 227-7800

Architecture

  • Broadway and Park Row. Your bridge to some of the best places in the city, The Brooklyn Bridge connects the energized borough of Brooklyn to the vitality of Lower Manhattan. Stroll across this enchanting suspension bridge at sunset amongst the magical nighttime lights and rediscover the romantic side of the city. During the day, you can cross into Brooklyn for a tasty treat at the famous Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory.
  • Castle Clinton National Landmark and The Battery Tour Castle Clinton, a beacon of historical fascination in Lower Manhattan, to see the fortress that was originally built in the 1800s to thwart a feared British invasion. Picnic on the stunning grounds and soak in the feeling of being surrounded by history and beauty. Or, you can take in a concert on the harbor at The Battery. With sprawling lawns, overarching shade trees, perennial gardens, waterfront promenades, The Battery is a major cultural destination.
  • Thrust Company of America: Tiffany & Co. Built in 1907 and designed by architect Francis A. Kimball, this 25-floor building, located at 37 Wall Street, is a prime example of the popular Beaux-Art architectural style. Not only true testament to the magnificent architecture of yesteryear, it is also the new home of Tiffany & Co, marking a historic return to their very first home in downtown New York.

The Wall Street Inn Parking

We offer a guest parking rate of $40 at ICON Parking, located across the street at 14-26 South William Street. You will require hotel validation to receive this rate.

Our historic New York hotel location offers a peek into the past while providing an outstanding modern experience. Book your stay and become acquainted with our city on a more intimate level.