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What you should know about Wall Street - Financial District

With its soaring skyscrapers, busy traffic, and throngs of fast-talking Wall Street executives, the Financial District is where New York City’s boisterous business personality truly comes to life. As well as being the backdrop to the world’s most important wheelings and dealings, this dynamic neighborhood boasts upscale restaurants and exclusive cocktail bars for closing after-work deals—and visitors with free time may be surprised by the sightseeing opportunities to be had right in the center of corporate America.

Hotels in the Financial District


The many luxury hotels in the Financial District, located just a stone’s throw from the world’s largest stock exchange, prove that business is always booming in this affluent neighborhood. Famed for their opulence, the 5-star hotels near Wall Street are the last word in extravagance, so if money is no object check out the likes of Conrad New York or the Ritz Carlton for a truly palatial NYC vacation. More affordable hotels in the Financial District are also available, though not as common, with the ever-popular Holiday Inn a good bet for those on a tighter budget.

Things to see in the Financial District


The Financial District is synonymous with Wall Street, and you can start by viewing the New York Stock Exchange before heading south and joining throngs of tourists at the iconic Bull statue. Escape the towering skyscrapers in Battery Park, a welcome oasis amid the clamor of city life, from where you can catch the ferry to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Book your ticket to climb right to the top of the emblematic statue and then learn about the moving, often tragic, history of those who built New York City at the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. Back in the Financial District, the poignant 9/11 Memorial and newly opened Museum serve as a somber reminder of Manhattan’s more recent past, while the nearby One World Trade Center—the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere—unapologetically dominates the city skyline and is a magnificent beacon of its future.

Good for business travelers


This neighborhood is tailor-made for those visiting Manhattan on business, and not just owing to its status as home to New York’s most important corporate firms. The district’s many restaurants provide the perfect location for a power lunch with colleagues or for networking over dinner alongside some of America’s most influential movers and shakers. After work, hammer out more deals (or simply relax with a cocktail) at a rooftop bar with unrivalled views of the city that never sleeps. And those with spare time can check out the enormous Century 21 department store, which offers up to 70% off designer suits, shoes, and accessories.

How to get to the Financial District


Getting to your hotel in the Financial District is simplicity itself. Passengers arriving in JFK or Newark should catch the AirTrain to Howard Beach (JFK) or Penn Station (Newark), and then the A subway to Fulton St. From LaGuardia, hop on the Q70 bus to the Roosevelt Ave. subway, where you can ride into Lower Manhattan on the E train. Once there, the business hub of Manhattan is served by an array of metro lines, so getting around the Financial District is hassle-free and affordable. The compact neighborhood is also easily navigated on foot.

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