Area Attractions

EXPLORE NYC’S FINANCIAL DISTRICT AS YOU’VE NEVER SEEN IT BEFORE

Reach the top of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere at newly-opened One World Observatory, start your day with a coffee at Blue Spoon, take in the view from Battery Park, or catch a ferry for Island hopping to Brooklyn— it’s all within walking distance of our boutique hotel near Wall Street. Gild Hall is also just steps from the newly renovated Fulton Street Terminal, a hub of nine major subway lines.

The South Seaport District is less than a 10 minute walk and is an exciting place for seasonal entertainment, shopping, dining, harbor cruises and more – definitely a place to check out during your stay in Lower Manhattan!

Ready for some great concerts? The Rooftop at Pier 17 is the place to check out great names in the city. Check out the line-up and book your stay at Gild Hall and your concert tickets today!

 

UNTUCKIT X GILD HALL

We make it easy to stay in style. As part of our exclusive partnership with UNTUCKit, Gild Hall guests now receive same-day delivery from UNTUCKit Brookfield to Gild Hall during their stay. New customers are invited to set up a personalized fitting at the nearby Brookfield Place store and receive 20% off their first purchase.

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Gild Hall, a Thompson Hotel

15 Gold Street
New York, New York, United States, 10038-4803

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Culture

Governors Island

For two centuries, this 172-acre island in New York Harbor was a military base, and today its parkland plays host to festivals and events and is open from May through September.

Trinity Church

Tracing its roots to 1696, Trinity has many architectural features and serves as the final resting place for the likes of Alexander Hamilton, John Audubon and John Jacob Astor.

Woolworth Building

Architect Cass Gilbert’s 1913 design casts a disctinctive Gothic silhouette on the Manhattan skyline and visitors may tour the magnificent lobby filled with carved wood panels, marble,

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