RESERVATIONS

Events Around Town

We’ve gathered a list of area attractions close to the World Center Hotel for your convenience. Within the one-square mile that makes up Lower Manhattan, you’ll find shopping, restaurants, nightlife, and attractions and museums. Feel free to check with the Concierge at the hotel, who would be more than willing to help you with getting to your destination.

World Trade Center at Night

Attractions Near World Center Hotel

One World Observatory

Take in breathtaking views from the observatory on the 100-102nd 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.

National September 11 Memorial & Museum

The National September 11 Memorial & Museum is located within the archaeological heart of the World Trade Center site, telling the story of 9/11 through multimedia displays, archives, narratives and a collection of monumental and authentic artifacts.

Battery Park City

Battery Park City, an urban waterfront community, extends for over a mile along the Hudson River, from Chambers Street to the Battery in Lower Manhattan. With 36 acres of public space, you can visit one of the 14 parks, view public art installations, or attend a live music event.

Brookfield Place

This downtown complex of luxury fashion stores and French-themed marketplace/restaurant also hosts live music events and art installations. Visit Hudson Eats, a modern food court with a variety of counter-service eateries and river views.

Brookfield Place

This downtown complex of luxury fashion stores and French-themed marketplace/restaurant also hosts live music events and art installations. Visit Hudson Eats, a modern food court with a variety of counter-service eateries and river views.

Trinity Church

Trinity Church is a historic Gothic Revival church which opened in 1846. It features original stained glass windows, sculpted bronze doors, and marble reredos. The Churchyard dates back to 1681 and includes the gravesite of Alexander Hamilton.

The Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty is one of the most famous symbols of freedom. Exhibits include examinations of the history of the statue, photographs, prints, videos, and other historical objects. The promenade offers a great view of the statue and New York Harbor.

South Street Seapaort

As a world-renowned destination known for its iconic location, South Street Seaport, with sweeping views of the Brooklyn Bridge, Governor’s Island and the Statue of Liberty, is comprised of three historic buildings and one pavilion shopping building on the East River in Lower Manhattan. The Seaport includes retail, dining and entertainment establishments and is only minutes from Wall Street, Tribeca, Battery Park, City Hall, and the NYSE.