The sophistication of Wall Street meets elegant Aspen-chic design at the boutique hotel Gild Hall New York.
Lower Manhattan has emerged into a well-sought travel destination all of its own. In this area, where visitors will discover the likes of One World Trade Center, Stone Street, and Battery Park, the Gild Hall New York provides a refreshing change of pace to weary New York travelers. Guests of this luxury boutique hotel are gifted with the privilege of close proximity to Lower Manhattan’s busy lifestyle while enjoying the calm opulence of an Aspen-inspired cosmopolitan retreat.
Each of the stunning guest rooms and suites at the Gild Hall Hotel are the epitome of luxurious refinement. Featuring bespoke artwork, antique brass chandeliers, leather appointments and rich hardwood floors, guests will find themselves in a space that evokes a sense of tranquility and modern elegance. To heighten their experience, guests are treated to elite amenities, including marble baths with C.O. Bigelow products and sumptuous Frette terrycloth robes. The lavish details of each bedroom include sinfully soft Sferra linens, iPod docking stations, and exclusive Dean & Deluca gourmet mini-bars.
Guests of the Gild Hall New York are provided with the finest dining options in the area, thanks to the epicurean delights served at Felice Restaurante. Indulge in the flavors of old world Tuscany while savoring beloved Italian hospitality. Offering delicious dishes such as Linguine alla Vongole and Risotto Primavera, guests of the Gild Hotel need look no further than the lobby floor to find a delightful and memorable meal.
With its spectacular high rises and fast pace, the Financial District is perhaps the most recognizable neighborhood of New York City. The Financial District is known for being home to iconic attractions like Wall Street, One World Trade Center and the 9/11 Memorial. Visitors will also find that the neighborhood is home to world-class dining, entertainment and cultural institutions. The Financial District offers easy access to museums and attractions such as the Skyscraper Museum, Museum of Jewish Heritage, Battery Park and Trinity Church. Stone Street, named so because of the cobblestone paving, has a thriving dining scene with restaurants like Harry's Cafe and Steak.