Financial District Hotels

Establishment neighborhood
Gild Hall
15 Gold St., Financial District
This Thompson Street hotel has a lot more personality than you’ll generally otherwise find in the Financial District, as it’s funnily-enough, inspired by an Aspen country house (and more specifically, it's designed by Jim Walrod). The lobby feels a bit like a ski lodge, there’s really good art on the walls, and the beds are topped with tartan blankets. Though its location is a little out of the way if you’re not planning on spending a majority of your time downtown, it’s not that deep into the Financial District and its rates are good for the quality.
The Ritz-Carlton Battery Park City (Closed)
2 West St., Financial District
This is a Ritz through and through with all the lavish amenities you’d expect—including sweeping views of New Jersey and the Statue of Liberty. It’s primarily a business hotel as it services the Financial District, which means it’s nice and sleepy on the weekends. There’s a really nice spa, a full-service gym, and they have Ritz Kids, a partnership with Jean-Michel Cousteau's Ocean Futures Society, an interactive program that teaches little ones how to be good stewards of the environment.