It’s easy to fall into step with the rest of Wall Street upon visiting this centrally located Financial District hotel, but don’t let that deter you from enjoying all that this historic area has to offer. Explore history at Trinity Church, shop at South Street Seaport, catch a ferry at Battery Park, enjoy the view from Battery Park City, or visit the World Trade Center Memorial, all within walking distance of Gild Hall, a luxury hotel in Lower Manhattan.
Les Halles Downtown
Centrally located near the Fulton Fish Market, South Street Seaport, and Gild Hall, Les Halles is a casual brasserie done in a traditional Parisian style. A plethora of salads, sandwiches and bistro fare compliment the laid-back surroundings- making this a perfect place to grab a quick bite.
Beekman Beer Garden
An outdoor oasis on the river complete with craft beers, live bands, a beach and games.
Adrienne's Pizza Bar
Located on historic Stone Street in the Financial District, Adrienne’s Pizza Bar specializes in pizzas made with traditional, wholesome ingredients as well as inventive takes on the traditional meal. Adrienne’s is cozy, delicious and a perfect place for a casual date or lunch.
Stone Street Tavern
A charming alternative to the area’s happy hour overload. Historic, and intimate with a friendly neighborhood vibe.
The Blue Bar at Bayard’s
Located in a beautiful historic building in the Financial District, this elegant yet comfy bar and lounge is a great place to meet for business or pleasure.
A neighborhood staple and a favorite of the Wall Street crowd. Although their specialty is French pastries, their wide selection of gourmet coffees and hot pressed Paninis are just as divine.
A fine Italian foods market and mini restaurant serving authentic Italian fare in an intimate atmosphere.
This memorial was created to commemorate one of the greatest tragedies in American history. Visitors can view the names of the victims of 9/11, stroll through the tree-lined pavilion and browse through artifacts from the attacks at the 9/11 Memorial Museum, located at ground zero.
Originally named for the artillery batteries who were posted there to protect the city, today Battery Park is the perfect refuge from the busy streets of New York. Complete with green spaces, bike paths and historical monuments, visitors and locals alike can enjoy the rich NYC history while relaxing and enjoying the outdoors.
South Street Seaport
A historical marketplace now featuring a smattering of modern stores, restaurants, and bars along the lower Manhattan waterfront. Cobble stone streets, the Fulton fish market, in addition to boat and bike rentals are just some of the area’s main attractions.
The historic bridge connecting Manhattan and Brooklyn, spanning the East River. A popular spot for a scenic stroll or an adventurous bike ride.
A short ferry ride whisks you away to a 20,000 square beach, featuring music, volleyball, a restaurant and bar, with sweeping views of lower Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridge.
New York’s source for discount designer fashions. Get there early if you want the best selection, without the crowds.
Ethan Cohen Fine Arts
The first in the U.S. to specialize in contemporary Chinese art, now featuring dozens of renowned and emerging artists. Performances and exhibitions are held at Ethan Cohen’s gallery, located on 18 Jay street.
Van Der Plas Gallery
Located by the South Street Seaport, this “Outsider Art” gallery is the ideal place to view local artists’ work and let your imagination wander.