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A wraparound terrace with New York City views highlights this upscale suite.
Bedroom: 1 King
Enjoy endless entertainment with an AppleTV.
Whip up your favorite meal in the fully-equipped kitchen.
Sit back and relax in the spacious living area.
Relax in a spacious and fully furnished terrace with sweeping views.
Revel in sweeping New York City views from an expansive, wraparound terrace in the One Bedroom Penthouse Suite at AKA Wall Street. Situated on a higher floor, this suite offers a peaceful accommodation with easy access to the rooftop a.lounge. Stainless steel appliances highlight the custom-designed kitchen while the marble bathroom features a lavish, glass-enclosed shower. Relax with Apple TV in the comfortable living area or retreat to the cozy, King-size bed in the separate bedroom.
Located in the Financial District of Manhattan, AKA Wall Street offers luxury accommodations in contemporary chic designs. The luxury suites and apartments provide sleek, fully furnished accommodations, great for stays from a few days to a few months. The hotel's tasteful design and architecture was curated by Edward Asfour of Asfour Guzy Architects in New York. The building combines classic architecture with modern design and efficiency, creating a luxurious environment with abundant natural light and creative open spaces. The rooftop a.terrace is a must-see with an outdoor lounge, private cinema, and views of the city. The hotel also features a Technogym fitness center, business center, and a new restaurant coming soon by the Bromberg Brothers, Blue Ribbon Federal Grill. With a location in the heart of the Financial District, the hotel is surrounded by finance, technology, and media company headquarters with close access to Brookfield Place, a new shopping center full of luxury boutiques, restaurants, and bars. The South Street Seaport is also a nearby local neighborhood with shops, dining, and cruises, and tons of transportation options nearby provide easy access to the rest of Manhattan.