- The Scene
This early-1900s property is located near Wall Street and the South Street Seaport--a small network of mostly pedestrian, cobbled streets that surround the Fulton Market. The area's atmosphere feels more New England than New York City, thanks to the area's salt-of-the-earth Italian seafood restaurants, intentionally gritty warehouses and often brisk, windswept air. If you're looking for a Manhattan stay in less-than-conventional surroundings, this is the place.
Dwarfed by downtown skyscrapers to the south, this relatively small property is cozy. As for the rooms, they're bigger than usual and come with couches and sizeable desk areas. Suites have fully stocked kitchens. Services are above the norm, including valet laundry, dry-cleaning and complimentary continental breakfast and daily newspaper delivery.
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