Hotel Indigo New York City Financial District

Hotel Indigo NYC Financial District


Conveniently located next to major NYC transportation hubs such as the 1,2,3,4,5,J,R,W,Z and NJ PATH subway stations and equal distance to the local airports, we are also a short ride to Times Square, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, Rockefeller Center, and Grand Central Station.


While you’re in the Fidi Neighborhood, it’s convenient to enjoy these attractions in our neighborhood.

    • National September 11 Tribute Museum 
    • Observatory Deck at One World Observatory
    • Trinity Church
    • The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), Wall Street
    • The Oculus
    • Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island
    • Staten Island Ferry
    • Battery Park
    • Sea Glass Carousel
    • Brooklyn Bridge
    • Bowling Green – It is the oldest public park in New York City and is surrounded by its original 18th-century fence.
    • The Buttonwood Tree of Wall Street, which symbolizes the 1792 Buttonwood Agreement which was the agreement of rules, regulations and principles that created the New York Stock Exchange and led to our modern financial system.
    • The infamous bronze businessman that resides in Zuccotti Park.  
    • American Indian Museum
    • South Street Sea Port


  • Empire State Building
  • Hop on Hop off bus
  • Stone Street Historic District
  • Central Park
  • Shopping at Brookfield Place
  • Natural History Museum 
  • Times Square & Broadway Theatre District
  • China Town & Little Italy
  • Highline Meat Packing District
  • Hudson Yards
  • SoHo Art District
  • Grand Central Station
  • Javits Center
  • Madison Square Garden
  • Washington Square
  • Bryant Park
  • United Nations
  • Federal Hall National Memorial


  • Fraunces Tavern – NYC’s oldest existing restaurant, dating back to 1792, now serves as a museum and a place for dining & drinking.
  • Delmonico’s – Sits on a distinctive triangle-shaped corner near Wall Street. It opened in 1837 as the first fine dining restaurant in the U.S. It was the first establishment to have a printed menu, separate tables, and tablecloth.
  • Trinity Place – American eatery set in a converted bank vault with original vault doors dating to 1904.
  • Luke’s Lobster – Seafood restaurant serving Maine-style lobster rolls with toasted buns, plus clam chowder.
  • Adrienne’s Pizzabar – Casual pizzeria with outdoor seating on the historic, Cobbled Stone Street offering thin-crust pies.
  • Mad Dog & Beans Mexican Cantina – Stone Street spot with a festive after-work scene, serving Mexican standards & margaritas.

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