Near the ferry and the PATH train to Manhattan, this hotel features extraordinary views. Rooms are large and modern, with cooking facilities. The rooftop restaurant is a destination all on its own. The former home of the historic First National City Bank, renovations and construction brought back to life this Roaring Twenties structure to become a showcase for present-day design. One enters the hotel majestically from the grand Italianate marble-clad lobby of the old bank, which features museum-worthy ornamental metal work. Most of the beautiful original details are intact, but some were damaged by Hurricane Sandy, including the bank's colossal and awe-inspiring cellar vault. Retail fills the former office spaces of the lobby, and just outside is a light rail stop that connects to other Hudson River waterfront towns like Hoboken.
Smoke free premises. 258 units, some efficiencies. 14 stories, interior corridors. Accessibility (Call).