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New York Marriott Downtown

85 West Street at Albany Street · New York, New York 10006 USA

  • 1-212-385-4900

Downtown Destinations

  • 1-212-385-4900

Our luxury hotel is in the Financial District and just steps from the 9/11 Memorial, Statue of Liberty and other popular things to do in downtown New York. Bordered by the renowned neighborhoods of SoHo, Tribeca and Greenwich Village, you will be in the center of Manhattan’s shopping and culture.



Explore the 9/11 Memorial and Museum

The 9/11 Memorial remembers and honors those affected in the attacks of September 11, 2001. Designed by Michael Arad and Peter Walker, the site hosts two reflecting pools formed in the footprints of the original Twin Towers.

The 9/11 Memorial Museum displays monumental artifacts linked to the events of 9/11, while presenting intimate stories of loss, compassion, and recovery, documenting the impact of those events and exploring 9/11's continuing significance.

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One World Observatory

Ascend to the top of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere and experience stunning views of New York City. Located on 100-102 floors of One World Trade Center, One World Observatory boasts a variety of exhibits, dining and above all, spectacular views. Open Daily from 9am-8pm, guests ascend to the top by the Sky Pod Elevators to find Global Welcome Center.

Before stepping into the Main Observatory, be sure to experience the See Forever Theater, where guests take an exciting two minute video presenting the pulse of NYC. Need help locating your favorite NYC landmark in the view? Ask one of the global ambassadors stationed around the observatory to make the most of your experience.

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Landmarks & Attractions

Statue of Liberty 

Location: Ferries Located in Battery Park
The Statue of Liberty was a gift of friendship from the people of France to the people of the United States and is a universal symbol of freedom and democracy. The Statue of Liberty was dedicated on October 28, 1886, designated as a National Monument in 1924.

Ellis Island

Location: Ferries Located in Battery Park
Over 12 million immigrants entered the United States through Ellis Island, the nation's chief gateway during the years 1892 to 1924. Today, over 100 million Americans can trace their ancestry to the immigrants who crossed this island before dispersing to points all over the country.

Seaglass Carousel

Location: Battery Park
This recent attraction to downtown brings art, architecture, and music to children of all ages. Located on the original destination of the New York Aquarium, the Seaglass Carousel is a mystical underwater experience created by The George Tsypin Opera Factory. Riders sit within iridescent fish that glide through the sights and sounds of a 360° aquatic adventure.

Governors Island

Governors Island is a 172-acre island in the heart of New York Harbor that hosts a variety of events, activities, concerts and exhibitions throughout the summer. Easily accessible by ferry and open to the public during the summer.


Charging Bull at Bowling Green

Location: Intersections of Broadway and Morris Street
Sculpted by Arturo Di Modica, this 7,000 pound bronze "Charging Bull" mysteriously appeared one day in 1989 in front of the New York Stock Exchange. The sculpture rapidly became an urban legend and an international icon.

Wall Street

Location: 5th Avenue and 105th street
Take a tour of Wall Street with guided tours and experience the business and financial perspective of New York City.

Oculus - World Trade Center Transportation Hub

Location: Intersection of Vesey and Church Street
Designed by internationally acclaimed architect Santiago Calatrava, this state-of-the-art transportation hub will be the third largest in New York City, rivaling Grand Central Station in size. Named the 'Oculus', the concourse will connect visitors to 11 different subway lines, the Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) rail system, Battery Park City Ferry Terminal, the World Trade Center Memorial Site, WTC Towers 1, 2, 3, and 4, the World Financial Center and the Winter Garden. It will represent the most integrated network of underground pedestrian connections in New York City, With 78,000 square feet of multi level space, visitors will also be able to enjoy many retail and dining offerings.

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Century 21 Department Store

Location:  22 Cortlandt Street
For more than 50 years, Century 21 Department Store in lower Manhattan has provided top designers at up to 65 percent off retail 100 percent of the time! You’ll find everything from men's, women's and children's apparel to footwear, handbags, housewares and more at this landmark shopping destination.

Brookfield Place New York

Location: 200 Vessey Street
Experience this luxury shopping center located in downtown NYC. Boasting high end retailers and luxury dining, Brookfield Place is the perfect place to spend a day shopping along waterfront of the Hudson River.

Westfield World Shopping Center

Coming Soon! Find your favourite store and the newest shops for fashion, beauty, lifestyle and fresh food only at the new Westfield Shopping Center. More than a new retail district—a forward thinking fusion of art, ideas, fashion, culture, visionary architecture and culinary ingenuity.



Bill's Bar & Burger

Located:  On-site at New York Marriott Downtown
Bill's Bar & Burger, a favorite New York Burger Restaurant, is dishing up a selection of burgers, fries & milkshakes at the New York Marriott Downtown.


Located:  1 Wall Street Court
This sushi restaurant on Wall Street is Haru’s newest and features mezzanine dining that overlooks the Shinto temple-inspired design of the main space.

Bobby Van's Steakhouse

Located:  25 Broad Street
Dine under the soft lighting of the grand chandeliers and enjoy succulent 28 day dry-aged prime steaks and the freshest seafood.


Getting here is easy! The New York Marriott Downtown is located at 85 West Street at Albany Street. Walk here. Take a taxi. Or take the subway.


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