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If you're visiting New York and looking for an upscale luxury hotel with extra space, the all-suite Conrad New York Downtown makes a great base.
Located in trendy TriBeCa, you'll avoid Midtown crowds while still enjoying easy access to coveted dining and entertainment, with incredible Hudson River views.
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Rated five stars and part of the Hilton family of hotels, nightly rates start at $300 in low season, and go up to approximately $600 depending on occupancy, room choice, and time of year.
Many first-time visitors to New York will always solely fixate on Times Square. As a slightly jaded New Yorker, it's hard to comprehend. But as a fellow traveler, I get it: you're drinking in the infectious energy of a place that's entirely new.
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The Conrad New York Downtown is not for that traveler. Rather, it's for the person who's already pushed their way through Times Square, and now wants something more local, refined, and to experience other nooks of New York that are far less-in-your-face.
Wedged between trendy TriBeCa and residential Battery Park, the five-star property from Hilton's luxury Conrad portfolio places you smack in the heart of lower Manhattan. The hotel is directly across from both upmarket Brookfield Place shopping and dining, and a lush park facing the Hudson River.
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An all-suite offering, you'll be hard-pressed to find more spacious accommodations in all of Manhattan. Depending on when you visit, the Conrad can cost anywhere from $300 to $600 per night. That's a big gap, but consider whether you're visiting midweek, on a weekend, or during peak holiday season. New York hotels are also notoriously expensive, even when they're not high-end. If you hold a Hilton-branded credit card, you'll not only rack up points with a visit but could potentially redeem a stay as well.
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