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The rooms at Andaz Wall Street are best defined with one word: Cool. The loft-style setup makes you feel like a New Yorker with your own tricked-out apartment in downtown Manhattan, not a guest who is visiting from out of town. Choose from a variety of room options when you book your stay. The Andaz King is your most basic — a spacious and comfortable room affixed with amenities including a complimentary mini-bar that contains snacks, soft drinks and water; a Geneva Sound System dock to play your iPod; and bath and shower products from local brand C.O. Bigelow. The high ceilings, window seat and full-length mirrors make the room at the Forbes Travel Guide Recommended hotel seem huge. And you'll love the details, from indented trays on the night tables to hold your jewelry while you sleep to blackout window shades that can be opened and closed with the touch of a button located beside the bed.
It gets better. Upgrade your reservation to an Andaz Large King and you'll see even more of the extensive thought that went into this hotel's design. The multipurpose furniture is clever and functional, too: A rotating armoire reveals a full-length closet, mirror and mini-bar setup. Even cooler, the flat-screen TV in front of the bed turns into a vanity on the other side, complete with a mirror and a pull-out bench for sitting. You'll also love the extra-large soaking tubs in the bathroom (the water closet is separate), visible from the main room in many cases through panes of glass. Suites are available if you require more space, but many of the amenities remain the same. One additional plus of Andaz suites: They come with a corner view.