AKA Wall Street Apartments

Book luxury accommodation in Manhattan with BigAppleApartments! AKA Wall Street Apartments offer premium studios and 1 & 2 bedroom apartments in New York City. These 4 Star Apartments in the Financial District of New York City are within close proximity to a number of the top attractions in New York, including Rockefeller Center and Times Square!

84 William Street, New York, NY10038, New York City, USA

AKA Wall Street Accommodation

Accommodation at the AKA Wall Street Apartments comes in the following room types:

Studios

  • Sleeps 2 people
  • Room Size: 362 to 473 square feet
  • One Bedroom with a King Size Bed

One Bedroom Wall Street Suites

  • Sleeps 2 people
  • Room Size: 716 square feet
  • One Bedroom with a King Size Bed

Two Bedroom Wall Street Suites

  • Sleeps 4-5 people
  • One Bedroom with a King Size Bed
  • One Bedroom with a Queen Size Bed
  • Fifth person can be accommodated on a folding guest bed

Wall Street Penthouse Suites

  • Sleeps 2 people
  • One Bedroom with a King Size Bed
  • Special features include a Private Balcony, Apple TV, and Nespresso machine

Every room at the AKA Wall Street Apartments feature the following amenities:

  • Fully Equipped Kitchen, including a half refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, and a double induction stovetop
  • Flat Screen Cable Television
  • Weekly Housekeeping Service
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi Access
  • Linen & Towels
  • Air Conditioning
  • Telephone with complimentary local phone calls

Note: Minimum stay at the AKA Wall Street is 3 nights for Premium Studios & 1 Bedroom Apartments, and 5 days for 2 Bedroom Apartments.

Amenities

  • 24 Hour Reception
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi Access
  • Lounge
  • Roof Terrace
  • Concierge Service
  • Business Centre
  • Conference Room
  • Laundry Service
  • Fitness Centre

Chrysler Building

This 1,046 feet tall building stands as a wonderful example of early Art Deco architectural style. Although there is currently no observation deck available, there is however free access to the building’s lobby which is complete with an incredible mural by the acclaimed artist Edward Trumbull.

Central Park

Established in 1857, New York’s Central Park is one of the most visited and filmed parks in the world. As well as providing a gorgeous, natural backdrop for ambling walks, Central Park is also a popular spot for art and history lovers with over 29 sculptures placed throughout its grounds.

Each sculpture has a unique history and meaning. For example, Cleopatra’s Needle is an Egyptian obelisk dating back to 1475 BC that had been gifted to the United States in 1881 in thanks for remaining neutral while European imperialists attempted to gain control in Egypt.

Empire State Building

The Empire State Building has been an iconic part of the New York City skyline since its construction in 1931. With arguably the best view in the city, the building soon became a cinematic symbol of New York itself, with King Kong having climbed it in 1933, Nickie calling it “the closest thing to heaven” in An Affair to Remember (1957), and Nora Ephron cementing its romantic power in Sleepless in Seattle (1993).