Wall Street/Financial District
The hotel face is average, and the lobby is more elegant. The room is relatively large and new, the sofa bed is a bit wider than the Queen Bed and it is more comfortable. The overall attitude of the service staff is good and there is a kettle. I asked for slippers at the front desk. The contents of the refrigerator are charged when you pick them up (no prompts, see others), and you also charge for putting your own things (with prompts), so it is best not to open. Unlike the two intercontinental destinations in New York that charge destination fees, that's fine.
Breakfast is à la carte on weekdays and buffet on weekends. Downstairs is Shake Shack, but the door does not open until ten in the morning, or you can eat at the Pick a Bagel next door. Office workers eat a lot here. There is a large Whole Food supermarket nearby, which has a 7-7 pounds buffet. There is also a Brookfield Mall to the south. In front of the World Trade Center, there will be a market every Tuesday, selling bread, fruit, cheese, honey, etc. from surrounding counties and cities.
The hotel is right next to the Hudson River. Take a walk to see the night view of Jersey City on the other side. The road in front of the hotel says no parking, but I see that many cars have been parked. 10-13 minutes walk from the World Trade Center and Chambers st and Fulton st subway stations. Although it is not far, sometimes I will not bother to walk back after playing for a day. I still feel that it is better to be near the subway station or take a taxi.
Although it is called Conrad, there are not many surprises, but it is indeed better than the Tribecca Sheraton I stayed at last time. In short, the price is okay.