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Iconic Things to Do in NYC

Wake up and step outside, and surround yourself with the best of New York City. From our central downtown location in Lower Manhattan's Financial District, you can walk to numerous sights including the 9/11 Memorial, South Street Seaport, Battery Park and the ferries to the Statue of Liberty. You'll also have easy access to Wall Street, Barclay's Center, Times Square, and the neighborhood of SoHo, where you can browse trendy shops, galleries and fashionable boutiques. Holiday Inn New York City - Wall Street is your gateway to New York's most iconic attractions.

World Trade Center - 9/11 Memorial

This poignant memorial, located at Ground Zero, is the former location of the World Trade Center Buildings, where visitors can pay respects and learn about the personal stories of 9/11.

South Street Seaport

A historic New York City neighborhood along the waterfront of Lower Manhattan, this area is a hub of dining, shopping and nightlife, plus some of the oldest architecture on the island.

TKTS Discount Booth Times

Buy discounted tickets to plays and musicals on the day of the performance in Times Square. Save up to 50% off show prices, and choose from over a dozen performances on any given day.

Statue of Liberty

Ferry to Liberty Island to visit Lady Liberty, a symbol of America and an enduring icon of freedom known around the world. You can also tour the statue's crown and pedestal or visit Ellis Island.

Century 21 Department Store

Hit this huge department store and indulge in one of NYC's favorite pastimes: shopping. Hunt for deals and designer shoes, jewelry, clothing, home furnishings and the latest trends.

Barclays Center

A new Brooklyn arena for large-scale sporting events, concerts and conventions, this huge performance venue is home of the Brooklyn Nets and features VIP lounges, food and shopping.


Get hip in SoHo, a fashionable neighborhood, filled with eclectic art galleries, trendy restaurants, performance venues and exciting nightlife, located just moments away from our Manhattan hotel.
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Battery Park

Located along the southern edge of Manhattan, this historic park is a beautiful green space, with iconic war memorials, flower gardens and the ferry terminals to Liberty and Ellis Islands.

Pace University

A private institution that enrolls around 13,500 students, this Lower Manhattan school offers a range of athletic activities and is known for its programs in business and environmental law.

Financial District

Explore Wall Street, the New York Stock Exchange and the Federal Reserve in this business-oriented district, which is also home to the 9/11 Memorial, Battery Park and South Street Seaport.