December 24, 2016 New York USA Americas

Q&A Hotel: Book a Large Room in Downtown New York
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Q&A is the hotel of your asking, an unprecedented new option for extended stays in downtown New York. The ideal place to really settle in and conduct business in the city. In the heart of New York’s Financial District—from the rare vantage point of a skyscraper—the Q&A Residential Hotel offers the answers of exemplary space and service for extended-stay guests.


On four floors of the storied AIG Building at 70 Pine, 132 thoughtfully and generously designed accommodations are more than three times the size of a typical Manhattan hotel room, ranging from 500 to 1,400 square feet. Every residence provides a fully-equipped kitchen and a level of everyday privacy, comfort and amenities not usually associated with hotel stays but with the city’s great apartment houses.

You can stock your full-size refrigerator and cook healthy meals at home—the rarest of Manhattan hotel luxuries. The hotel provides several services including a concierge with exclusive access to all of New York’s dining and cultural offerings, valet laundry, grocery deliveries and housekeeping.

Technology, in-room and beyond, meets every expectation of business travel today. Pets are welcome. They too should feel entirely at home here.


Lower Manhattan is an ever-evolving neighborhood: rich in history, built by captains of industry on optimism, invention, success thriving today for modern enterprise. It has also become the hot new residential neighborhood in downtown Manhattan—a uniquely attractive place to choose to live and work in the city today. At the intersection of Pine and Pearl Streets, in a signature building, Q&A is an ideal base in NYC.

Here you’re steps away from the city’s greatest attractions, from Wall Street commerce to quiet restaurants favored by those in the know. You can walk to the South Street Seaport or beautiful Battery Park, which frames the waterfront. You can likely walk to work. You’re ideally located to visit Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty, the New York Stock Exchange, and the 9/11 Memorial.


You have an extraordinary collection of shopping and dining options close at hand—your choice of specialty food shops, salons and barbers and boutiques, pharmacies, shoe repair, banking, some of the finest everyday and luxury services in the city. And, of course, the multitude of subway lines and transportation options that converge here—they pretty much all do—offer quick and easy access to the rest of New York.

Loved the spacious room, the bathroom, open kitchen, big bed, sofas and working desk... I had a relaxing sleep. I'll consider coming back when planning a visit to downtown New York.

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