Hotel

Andaz Wall Street

New York, NY

Commissioned to design the first of Hyatt’s new Andaz hotel collection in Manhattan, Rockwell Group created a 253-room luxury hotel that celebrates personalized experiences and is a new destination for sophisticated travelers in the heart of the Financial District.

There’s no traditional check-in desk; guests can to go straight to a comfortable seat.

The lobby is designed as a communal living room combined with a library and bar.


The lounge doesn’t ask travelers to wait in line, but instead invites them to walk into a space that feels like home.

Bones of the former office building allowed the firm to take advantage of high ceilings and panoramic views, while creating unique gathering spaces and a feature staircase.

The free-standing staircase is made of pearlescent steel and stone.
The bar design eliminates industrial food service cabinets; every element looks like millwork.

A ribbon-like staircase winds upward through the hotel’s public spaces.


The feature staircase leads to Bar Seven Five, where the usual barriers that separate servers and patrons are replaced with nine small pods between which bartenders rotate and interact with guests.

Rooms have ten-foot-high ceilings and seven-foot-high windows with built-in window seats. Personal touches include a closet valet that rotates and can open to either the bathroom or bedchamber.

The valet incorporates elements of a mini-bar, closet, full-height mirror, and storage.
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