Map of Lower Manhattan- Financial District Hotels

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The Lower Manhattan/Financial District is located at the southernmost end of the island of Manhattan which is the center of business and government for the city of New York. It is the home of Wall Street, many historic buildings, South Street Seaport, spectacular skyscrapers, Federal Hall and City Hall, as well as the former home of the World Trade Center and current home of the 9/11 Memorial. With several high quality hotels in the area and the presence of numerous businesses, it is a popular choice with business travelers.

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Millenium Hilton is located in the Wall Street Financial District neighborhood of New York, close to St. Paul's Chapel, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and New York Stock Exchange. Nearby points…
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New York Marriott Downtown is located in the Wall Street Financial District neighborhood of New York, close to FDNY Memorial, New York Stock Exchange, and Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Nearby…

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