Hotel Review: Andaz Wall Street


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On a recent trip to New York, I decided to check out the Andaz Wall Street ,which is a Hyatt Category 6 meaning free night awards start at 25,000 points per night. However their paid rates are pretty reasonable and I was able to book for around $220 per night.

Since it was a paid stay and the year is coming to an end, I decided to use my last Diamond Suite Upgrade and confirmed into an Andaz Suite.

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Open Lobby at the Andaz Wall Street. Hosts check you in with iPads.

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Comfortable king-sized bed in the Andaz Suite

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The suite had a flatscreen TV that rotated with a mirror on the back side.

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One  of the cool features was the dim lit bathroom, which had a separate shower and tub, but I’d like to point out that the bathroom is open to the suite, so if you’re planning on taking a shower, just know anyone in the suite could see you.

I believe the larger Andaz Large suites have an enclosed bathroom, however they were booked during my stay.

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This Andaz Suite had a nice sitting area as you entered. One of my favorite features were the blackout curtains, which you can control next to the bedside.
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Another great amenity, is that every night in the lobby, they serve complimentary wine for guests. In the morning they have coffee and through the day they have cookies.

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As a Hyatt Diamond member, breakfast was included in the hotel’s restaurant Dina Rata. You can either opt for the buffet or order off the menu. The buffet has several hot items and pastries.

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As well as a large selection of cereal. However, we decided to order off the menu each morning and I had a made to order omelet, which I would recommend.

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Bottom Line

Overall I was very impressed with the Andaz Wall Street. With several Hyatt properties to choose from in New York, the Andaz Wall Street did not disappoint, and the rate was also much cheaper than it’s sister property the Andaz 5th Ave.

The hotel is located on the corner of Wall Street and Water Street, and is only a few blocks from the 4/5 subway train, meaning you can be uptown in about 20 minutes from the hotel, so don’t let the downtown location dissuade.

If you’re a newly minted Hyatt Diamond member, the hotel has great Diamond benefits, and will do their best to upgrade Diamond members to Andaz Suites based on availability.

Have you stayed at the Andaz Wall Street before? Feel free to share you thoughts below.

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