Get the most out of Lower Manhattan

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Get the most out of Lower Manhattan

Experience Lower Manhattan as you explore original cobblestone streets that make way for contemporary architecture and lush landscapes along the New York Harbor. This is your invitation to discover—or rediscover—Lower Manhattan and all its history, culture, dining, shops and hotels.

Lower Manhattan Events

Lower Manhattan Events

Find out what’s happening downtown this season and beyond.

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Family-Friendly Lower Manhattan

Family-Friendly Lower Manhattan

Visitors of all ages love the eats, history and views downtown.

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Must-See Lower East Side

Must-See Lower East Side

Explore remnants of an immigrant past, check out contemporary art and up-and-coming bands, and visit the boutiques, bars and restaurants in this downtown neighborhood.

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Must-See TriBeCa

Must-See TriBeCa

Discover ample dining, culture and shopping along the historic nabe’s cobblestone streets.

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Lower Manhattan Shopping

Lower Manhattan Shopping

Head downtown to find designer bargains, custom suiting, unique specialty shops and luxury jewelers.

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Must-See NoLIta and Little Italy

Must-See NoLIta and Little Italy

These two cozy, contiguous neighborhoods offer singularly excellent dining and shopping.

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Lower Manhattan Itinerary

Lower Manhattan Itinerary

Discover charming history, dining and architecture with our manual for spending a day downtown.

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Lower Manhattan Dining

Lower Manhattan Dining

Downtown eateries offer history, ambience and flavors from around the world.

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Summer Harbor

Summer Harbor Guide

Whether by bike, ferry, sailboat or foot, you can explore miles of NYC’s breezy waterfront this season with our three-day harbor itinerary.

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Chinatown

Must-See Chinatown

The thriving immigrant community in Manhattan’s Chinatown gives visitors access to far-flung wares and culinary delights.

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The Battery

Must-See Lower Manhattan

Satisfy cravings for culture, cuisine, shopping and more in the Financial District, around The Battery and near City Hall.

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Federal Hall National Memorial

Lower Manhattan Historical Highlights

Discover New York City’s pivotal role in the American Revolution, its emergence as a financial powerhouse and more.

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Statue of Liberty

Must-See NYC

From the Statue of Liberty to the Empire State Building, these world-famous icons are not to be missed.

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Through Dec. 31

Enjoy special weekend hotel rates with late checkout and a complimentary

Downtown Culture Pass*

Individual restrictions may apply.**

Andaz Wall Street

rate code: GETMOR

phone: 212-590-1234

book now

Gild Hall A Thompson Hotel

Gild Hall – A Thompson Hotel

rate code: MORE

phone: 212-232-7700

book now

Holiday Inn Express NYC Wall Street

Holiday Inn Express NYC Wall Street

rate code: ISHD1

phone: 212-747-9222

book now

Holiday Inn New York City–Wall Street

Holiday Inn New York City – Wall Street

rate code: IJSUM

phone: 212-227-3007

book now

Millenium Hilton

Millenium Hilton

rate code: 2755717

phone: 212-693-2001

book now

New York Marriott Downtown

New York Marriott Downtown

rate code: ES7

phone: 212-385-4900

book now

The Ritz-Carlton New York Battery Park

The Ritz-Carlton New York, Battery Park

rate code: EB6

phone: 212-344-0800

book now

Smyth Tribeca, A Thompson Hotel

Smyth Tribeca, A Thompson Hotel

rate code: NYCGO

phone: 212-587-7000

book now

W New York–Downtown

W New York – Downtown

rate code: SETNYCCO

phone: 866-912-1148

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World Center Hotel

World Center Hotel

rate code: GETMORE2011

phone: 212-577-2933

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*Downtown Culture Pass:
One low price gives you 3 days of admissions and discounts to more than 10 cultural attractions, including museums and tours, all within walking distance—a savings of up to $60. The participating venues are Fraunces Tavern Museum, Museum of American Finance, Museum of Jewish Heritage, National Museum of the American Indian, 9/11 Preview Site, The New York City Police Museum, The Skyscraper Museum, Tribute WTC Visitor Center, NY Water Taxi, J&R Music & Computer World and Wall Street Walks.

Check in to more great Lower Manhattan hotels.*

Book your hotel now

*The following hotels are not participating in the special offer.

Conrad New York

Conrad New York

opening in winter 2011

phone: 212-945-0100

website

 

Published by MarieDriven

Marie “Driven” Theodore is a Haitian American entrepreneur and celebrity publicist that got her start in New York City working for prominent music, fashion, and lifestyle labels. From mainstream to niche categories she manages a base of support and operations for clients through strategic relationship building. Her roster of creative individuals and brands is impressive and her knack for navigating cultural circles is unmatched, particularly within the Caribbean community.

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