By: Joseph Ferris
Last month, Lower Manhattan’s newest hotel, Fairfield Inn & Suites opened at 100 Greenwich Street offering visitors moderate tier costs with top-notch service and amenities.
Regardless of if you are here on business or looking to take in the sights, Fairfield Inn is a great choice for your stay in the neighborhood. If you live in the neighborhood, the great room rates mean when your friends and family visit, they can afford their own space when they come to town. Which is especially nice if your apartment isn’t all that conducive to extended guest stays!
The 192-room hotel offers guests a welcoming open public space that prioritizes natural light and views that connect the indoor lobby to the outdoors. Breakfast options include oatmeal, scrambled eggs, sausage and make-your-own waffles!
And for when you have had your fill of walking around and eating out in Lower Manhattan, the rooms are perfectly designed for recharging. With a sleeping area in the center of the room, guests will experience a better night sleep on the Fairfield’s plush mattresses.
Lower Manhattan may be a one-square mile neighborhood, but there’s enough museums, attractions, restaurants and bars to turn your trip into a multi-day visit.
Fairfield Inn is a short walk from a Smithsonian Museum, boats that will take you to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, and the highest observation deck in the Western Hemisphere. Just to name a few!
Looking to wine and dine? You are in luck. With Eataly’s gourmet Italian selections, the award-winning Black Tail Bar & Restaurant to the pubs on Stone Street and everything in between, culinary delights and intriguing drinks are a stone’s throw from the hotel.
For savvy business travelers, it represents the ever-hard to find sweet spot of comfort and budget-friendly. It doesn’t matter if you are a by your bootstraps tech start-up or are in the creative sector, this hotel is good for your budget and beauty sleep. And it doesn’t hurt that if your meetings are in Lower Manhattan, you’ll never be stuck in traffic. Everything is walking distance.