The Gilded Age Revival


Thompson Hotels, a collection of urban luxury hotels in the most vibrant cities across the United States, has unveiled its newest branch in the heart of New York City’s illustrious Financial District. Titled Gild Hall, the hotel is intended to bring the period of wealth and opulence, coined by Mark Twain The Gilded Age, back to Wall Street and has already established itself an integral part of the Downtown renovation efforts. Jason Pomerane, co-owner of Thompson Hotels, explains, “In an effort to assist in the restoration of the area, we spent years searching for our perfect position in the neighborhood. It is our hope that both the hotel and restaurant will support the revival of the area and afford an elegant and historic haven for travelers and locals alike.” The hotel offers 126 rooms including 116 deluxe rooms, eight King suites, a signature Thompson Suite, and an 18th floor Penthouse. Each room features the finest linens by Sferra, bath products by Kiehls, and mini fridges stocked with fresh goods from Dean & Deluca. Already a favorite amongst locals and guests alike, The Libertine Restaurant and Pub created by celebrity chef and restaurateur Todd English offers a delectable selection of traditional pub fare with a modern twist. For more information on the hotel, visit or call 212.232.7700.