Andaz Wall Street’s Extraordinary Events

Andaz Wall Street isn’t your average Manhattan Luxury Hotel. From the moment you walk into the grand lobby you are whisked away by the chic yet inviting atmosphere that blends cosmopolitan accents with undeniable New York City charm.











The Andaz is known for being downtown’s central hub but is building quite the reputation as one of the city’s premier locations for a diverse array of events.

From the Accountant in Residence Program that helped guests file tax returns to the specially crafted Mother’s Day Brunch at Wall & Water and the extravagant Manhattan Cocktail Classic at Bar Seven Five, the Andaz is going above and beyond the expectations of what a hotel should offer its guests. These special offerings have received a lot of attention from the media and have been picked up by Guest of a Guest and The New York Times.

The lavish experiences and special events at the Andaz Wall Street have transformed it into much more than a hotel!

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Conde Nast Gold List 2012 Honors NYC Hotels

Comparable to the Oscars to the hospitality industry, Conde Nast has announced their Gold List 2012: The World’s Best Places to Stay.  On this prestigious list are a number of luxurious New York City Hotels:

The Carlyle

Ritz Carlton New York, Central Park

Four Seasons

The Peninsula

Trump International Hotel & Tower

St. Regis

Mandarin Oriental

Andaz Wall Street

The Plaza

Andaz Wall Street – Financial District Hotels

Andaz Wall Street is a luxury hotel located in Manhattan’s newly revitalized Financial District. Experience Lower Manhattan’s renaissance at Andaz Wall Street from Hyatt. Like every Andaz hotel, Andaz Wall Street provides a kaleidoscope of local culture that offers you a Lower Manhattan hotel stay unlike any other. Every detail and every moment, from the hotel’s cutting-edge guestrooms to its authentic farm-to-table cuisine, are designed to give you a genuine and intimate New York experience.

Features and Amenities

Walk through the doors of the only hotel on Wall Street, and you’re immediately greeted by an Andaz Host. Have a seat in the Andaz Lounge—an open, communal setting that’s equal parts living room and lobby—where your Host will offer you a complimentary glass of wine or a bottle of water and check you in with a handheld PC. With no uniforms or counters, checking in is less like a procedure and more like a conversation. If you’d rather, you can head straight to your room and your Host can check you in en route.

The stunning guestrooms at Andaz Wall Street offer room to breathe with high ceilings and 345+ spacious square feet of residential-style space. Andaz guestrooms, lounges and studios feature clean lines, ample light and innovative design in natural materials. Veined stone, end-grain bamboo and cerused oak finish elegant rooms decorated with local artwork and offering unique features like bay window seats for reading and relaxation as well as rotating wardrobe valets with full-length mirrors to give you extra space. Personalized amenities like the hotel’s Sleep Menu and mini-bar with complimentary non-alcoholic beverages and snacks exemplify the hospitality that makes a stay at Andaz unique.

Discover personal style, comfort and sophistication in these 345-sq.-ft./32-sq.-metre rooms, which range in setup and size slightly but all of which feature bathrooms with walk-in shower and C.O. Bigelow bath products. Designed by the award-winning Rockwell Group, rooms at Andaz Wall Street have 11-ft. ceilings and 7-ft.-tall windows that overlook the streets of lower Manhattan, plus contemporary details such as textured walls, oak floors, bleached wood accents and transition-themed metal artwork crafted in a Queens, N.Y., workshop. You’ll enjoy modern conveniences such as a 42-inch LCD TVs, Genevasound systemz and free wireless Internet access, plus complimentary a minibar with snacks and non-alcoholic beverages and local telephone calls.

For meetings and events, the hotel offers the Andaz Studio. The Studio is a collection of residential-style conference rooms surrounding a communal kitchen and lounge area. It combines an intimate and uncomplicated setting with attentive service and a convivial atmosphere. After sessions in the breakout rooms, guests can dine at the chef’s table setup in the central kitchen area to enjoy conversation, company and culinary delights.

In addition to a state of the art fitness center and spa, Andaz Wall Street also boasts Wall & Water, the hotel’s locally sourced farm-to-table restaurant drawing ingredients and inspiration from the Hudson Valley’s bounty and Bar Seven Five, one of New York’s hottest new nightspots.


The Financial District is located in Downtown Manhattan, south of City Hall and east of Broadway. For most of the 20th century the Financial District was a 9-to-5 kind of neighborhood which emptied out at night. Not any longer, thanks to building conversions and NYU dorm additions that significantly increased the number of local residents. Nowadays, it is entirely possible to bump into a neighbor on the way home around midnight, especially on massively “residentialized” streets like John Street. Wall Street, the nerve center of American capitalism, now contains quite a few luxury residential buildings. Ditto for John Street and Water Street. With that said, the character of the neighborhood is not as lively as let’s say, the East Village. For those visiting New York for the first time, the relative quiet of the Financial District might serve as a welcome refuge from the city’s packed, busy streets come nightfall.

Stay near Lower Manhattan’s financial and historical sites at the only hotel on Wall Street. Set on the corner of Wall and Water streets, Andaz Wall Street is the first Manhattan Financial District hotel that is truly at the heart of the action. The hotel is within walking distance from local attractions like the New York Stock Exchange, South Street Seaport, Federal Hall and many prominent historical sites, museums and other Lower  Manhattan attractions—making downtown exploration that much easier. You’re no more than a ten-minute walk from most of the major Subway lines to travel uptown or to the other boroughs. Hop on the train to Yankee Stadium or Citi Field to take in some baseball or to creative Brooklyn neighborhoods for music, art and exciting dining options. Take the ferry to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island or stroll through Battery Park. It’s your call—you’re in the heart of it all.