InterContinental Hotels Group and Crescent Hotels & Resorts have opened the new 492-room Holiday Inn Manhattan-Financial District hotel located in the heart of New York City’s downtown business center.
Standing more than 453 feet tall, the hotel’s guestrooms boast spectacular views of the Hudson River and One World Trade Center. The new-build hotel is owned by Golden Seahorse, LLC and managed by Crescent Hotels & Resorts.
“The opening of the Holiday Inn Manhattan-Financial District, the tallest Holiday Inn hotel in the world, is another milestone for our iconic brand, and we are excited about the role this property is playing in the revitalization of Manhattan’s historic Financial District,” said Heather Balsley, senior vice president, Americas Holiday Inn Portfolio of Brands, IHG.
“This beautiful hotel embodies our commitment to provide our guests what they value most when they are travelling: the contemporary design, modern amenities, and warm, welcoming service that distinguishes the Holiday Inn brand.”
“The addition of a Holiday Inn hotel of this magnitude to our portfolio further speaks to the strength of the brand and importance of the relationship between Crescent Hotels & Resorts and IHG,” continued Balsley.
“The location within the Financial District, proximity to the new Freedom Tower and National September 11 Memorial and Museum, and convenient access to the rest of The Big Apple positions the Holiday Inn Manhattan-Financial District to quickly become a premier location to accommodate business and leisure travelers visiting New York City,” said Michael George, Chief Executive Officer and President of Crescent Hotels & Resorts.
“We are pleased to once again partner with IHG as we continue to grow our portfolio in key locations throughout the U.S. and Canada.” Added George.
The hotel, located at 99 Washington Street, provides a reprieve from the city that never sleeps. The Holiday Inn Manhattan-Financial District offers a familiar atmosphere in a world class destination that is warm, trend-forward and comfortable in guest rooms, public spaces and the onsite restaurant, St. George Tavern.