Downtown New York hotels reopen

By Danny King
The Ritz-Carlton New York, Battery Park and the New York Marriott Downtown reopened Monday.

They were the last two major hotels to restart operations after being shut down on Oct. 28 in advance of Hurricane Sandy.

The Andaz Wall Street reopened on Sunday, while the W New York Downtown restarted operations last Friday. The Conrad in downtown Manhattan closed for just three days, reopening on Oct. 31.

Le Parker Meridien in midtown reopened last Tuesday. The hotel had closed because a section of 57th Street had been evacuated due to fears that hurricane damage to a crane would cause it to topple to the ground.

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