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    Eurostars Wall Street

    Eurostars Eurostars Wall Street

    129 Front Street  New York  10005 United States Of America  

    24h Reservation service

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    2 rooms
    Children -12 years
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    How to get to the Eurostars Wall Street Hotel in New York from airports

    From JFK

    Take the Airtrain to the last stop at Howard Beach / JFK Airport. Once there, take the metro line A 207 Inwood Street address. After about 30 minutes, get off at Fulton Street.

    From La Guardia

    Take the M60 bus at Terminal B towards West Side Bway - 106 Street. After about 30 minutes, get off at 125th Street to Lexington Avenue. Take the metro (line 4 or 5) until the Wall Street stop. Driving Directions from Newark Airport.

    From Newark

    The easiest way to move to the center from the airport is to take the Express bus runs every 15 minutes. The last stop of this bus is the Grand Central Station, from where you can take the metro (line 4 or 5) to Wall Street.

    Some of the places nearest to the New York hotel are the South Street Seaport, the Wall Street Stock Exchange Market, Battery Park, the World Trade Center site and, on the ferry located a short distance from the hotel, the Statue of Liberty. Possibly, no other place would be as ideal for doing business.

    From the Eurostars Wall Street hotel, you will also be in the vicinity of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the Broad Exchange Building, South Ferry and Brooklyn Bridge. On the subway, the whole core of the city that marks the steps and trends of the world (that is, all New York) opens up before you, from Central Park to Soho, from Harlem to Battery Park, from Riverside to Upper East Side, from Brooklyn to Jersey City, from Queens to Broadway, from Richmond to West Village, from Woodstock to the Bronx... the Big Apple at your feet.
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