NYC World Trade Center: What's Nearby

NYC World Trade Center: What's Nearby

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Located in the newly revitalized Lower Manhattan, this Club Quarters Hotel offers stunning views of One World Trade Center and the reflecting pools of the National September 11th Memorial.

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    From the recently opened observation deck atop One World Trade Center, to the many new, world-class dining and shopping options in the area, Lower Manhattan is the place to be for business and leisure travelers alike.
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    Parking is available at a discounted rate of approximately $49 per 24-hour period for valet parking with in-and-out privileges, and $37 per 24-hour period for self parking with no in-and-out privilege.  Oversized vehicles and SUVs will incur an additional $10 charge per day.   In order to receive the discounted rate, all parking fees must be posted to your room bill.
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    Newly opened Westfield World Trade Center features more than 100 retail brands along with casual, upscale and on- the-go dining options, including the city’s second Eataly.  Westfield also offers a range of services and amenities powered by state-of-the-art technology, as well as must-see cultural experiences and events. More than a retail destination, Westfield World Trade Center will become an iconic destination that redefines the Lower Manhattan experience.
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    Apple’s 10th New York City retail store, and first in Lower Manhattan, is now open in the World Trade Center's bustling transportation hub, Westfield World Trade Center. The two-story Apple store draws inspiration from the surrounding Santiago Calatrava-designed structure to create a seamless space.
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    Take in breathtaking views from the 100th-102nd floors of One World Trade Center, the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. Enter SkyPod Elevators that transport you from the Global Welcome Center to the 102nd floor in under 60 seconds.
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    Occupying eight of the 16 acres at the World Trade Center, the museum and memorial are tributes to the past. The Memorial Plaza is a contemplative sanctuary, with the largest manmade waterfalls in the U.S.  The Museum is located on the bedrock level of the Twin Towers site, seven stories below ground, making it quite literally a museum housed within an artifact.
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    Battery Park City extends for over a mile along the Hudson River, from Chambers Street to the Battery in Lower Manhattan and features 36 acres of public space. When you need a respite from the hustle and bustle of the city, visit one of the 14 parks, view the public art installations, or attend a live music event.
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    This downtown complex of luxury fashion stores and French-themed marketplace/restaurant also hosts live music events and art installations. For lunch, head to Hudson Eats, a modern food court that features river views and  a variety of counter-service eateries.
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    This historic Gothic Revival church opened in 1846 and features original stained glass, sculpted bronze doors, and marble reredos. The Churchyard dates back to 1681 and includes the gravesite of Alexander Hamilton.
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    Visit the South Street Seaport for food, music, outdoor movies, open bars, and shoppping.  The free museum features rotating displays and activities for all ages, and visitors can board one of the six historical vessels docked there. Harbor cruises also sail out of the Seaport.
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