The location of Club Quarters Downtown is very central to Battery Park, the Financial District and the Seaport. It is hell and gone from Midtown, so if you are doing much sightseeing in that area you will need to take the subway. Luckily, the 2/3 line stops 1 block from the hotel (Wall Street) and it’s only a 20 minute ride. The Financial District has always been a dead spot for nightlife and post 9/11, this has only gotten worse. For example, the hotel restaurant is closed on weekends and there are few places in the neighborhood for breakfast. Luckily, you are close to TriBeCa and the nightlife and eating establishments there.
As for the accommodations themselves, the rooms are small. Even by New York standards. Our room had a small double bed, a chair and a desk. There was not much extra room, but I will say the room was well-appointed. We had a mini-fridge and an armoire for hanging clothing. The bed was comfortable and the room was very clean. The bathroom was my only complaint. It was unforgivably small and was shower-only. The toilet was put in at a strange angle, which required clever maneuvering of the knees.
The amenities were strictly business class. There is a third floor exercise room and, according to the literature provided, you can request that a treadmill be brought to your room. The only vending was on the third floor as well, which can make for a hike if you are on the 18th floor as we were. The hotel has a small sitting area adjacent to the lobby where newspapers are provided.
Overall, I found Club Quarters to be a very reasonable place to hang one's hat at the end of a New York day. If you are in the market for a moderately priced, clean, and convenient bed then you will not be disappointed.
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