Trip Advisor review of Ritz-Carlton Battery Park
Home of Skyscraper Museum
Architects: Gary Edward Handel & Associates with Polshek and Partners.
Construction started in November 1999 and was completed on 2001.
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Location. The Ritz-Carlton New York, Battery Park is located across from Battery Park, the Museum of Jewish Heritage and the Statue of Liberty ferry in New York City, New York. The subway to Midtown is one block from this property.
Hotel Features. The Ritz-Carlton New York, Battery Park, is listed on the 2008 Condé Nast Traveler Gold List of the world’s best places to stay. This Art Deco-style hotel captures attention with the works of 100 New York artists. On-site dining includes 2West restaurant, a modern American bistro that offers views of Robert Wagner Park and serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch. A total of 12,000 square feet of function space accommodates events. A business center houses three computer stations. Wireless Internet access is available for a fee in public areas. Massages and facials are available in the hotel’s tranquil wellness center. A New York City skyline-view fitness center offers cardiovascular and weight-training equipment.
Guestrooms. The Ritz-Carlton New York, Battery Park offers 298 guestrooms and suites equipped with wireless Internet access, for a fee. Beds are dressed with 400-thread count Frette linens, featherbeds, feather duvets and goose-down pillows. Rooms contain stocked minibars and in-room safes. Marble bathrooms offer lighted mirrors, terry or linen bathrobes, and separate bathtubs and showers. Harbor View rooms contain telescopes. Suites and Club-level rooms feature DVD Home Theater Systems and DVD/CD libraries. Club-level rooms include complimentary food-and-beverage presentations throughout the day and evening.
Expert Tip. Children age 12 and under receive the gift of a keepsake teddy bear upon arrival, and milk and cookies during turndown service.
Pictures of the Ritz-Carlton New York, Battery Park
The view on the Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Residences from the Hudson river. The small pyramid building on the left is the Museum of Jewish Heritage.
Ground zero on the right of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Condominiums. The view from New York Harbor on 21 September 2001.
The view of the Ritz-Carlton New York, Battery Park in October of 2000 from the World Trade Center Observatory.