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Recent New York City reviews

  • Five Star Greenpoint Condo

    "Great location, beautiful and comfortable decor. A perfect getaway spot so close to all the action of NYC. Well appointed, soothing interior. Outside a great neighborhood to discover. Take the ferry to Manhattan or go on a Newtown Creek nature walk. Great parking included."
    Guest: GG Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 25, 2014
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  • Perfect

    "My husband and I had a fabulous stay in Maria's apartment. It is comfortable, cosy and in a safe, interesting neighbourhood. We just loved to hang out in the apartment to make our daily plans and then we would come home to a perfect retreat from the streets of New York. Highly recommended for a couple or a couple with kids."
    Guest: Caroline J. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 26, 2014
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  • West Village Palooza!

    "Beautiful space, great character, elegant and functional, a charming retreat from the high energy of New York City when needed, but close to sights and sounds. Gorgeous Steinway Grand piano with a sound fit for Carnegie Hall will tempt any musician along for the trip. Jogging along the Hudson River just down the street, you can see the Statue of Liberty and the Freedom Tower. The townhouse is walking distance to the Subway or to Highline Park. It is located close to great bars and restaurants, many with historic significance (Olio e Piu, Malatesta, Cowgirl Cafe, The Stonewall Inn, White Horse Tavern), and stores (Joe Malone, Rag and Bone, Gourmet Garage). Great little thrift store at St. Luke's, too. But even in New York City, you might just want to stay home some time. There is a well appointed kitchen and lots of homey little spots to snuggle in. There are three large bedrooms, two and a half pretty bathrooms. Nesting might be preferred to sight-seeing sometimes. The Courtyard provides precious and comfortable outdoor space for morning coffee, evening cocktails or even dining. But most of all, your host is a total sweetheart. I will always remember this trip fondly."
    Guest: LdawgX Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 19, 2014
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  • Wonderful stay in NYC!

    "What a perfect location! We were able to access Central Park in a few short blocks and enjoy the beautiful fall colors. Plus the view of the Park from all rooms was wonderful. We were able to walk to all the Plays, Restaurants and some of the museums we wanted to visit. The apartment itself is just perfect for relaxing, after a day on the town. We enjoyed the kitchen and it's very functional layout. This area has some of the finest restaurants in the City (Per Se) in the Time Warner building, plus a wonderful little Italian restaurant (Fiorello's) on W 63rd, and of course one of the worlds best Deli 's (Carnegie Deli) is just 2 blocks away! The Doormen were attentive and the Concierge was so helpful. This is our 2nd time at this property and we can't wait to return next fall! Thank you for sharing your beautiful home."
    Guest: Angela Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 21, 2014
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New York City Travel Tips

Start Spreading the News in New York City

New York, the most populous city in the country, has attracted visitors for decades. It is simply unique. It is made up of five boroughs, including The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. Visitors to this city are best served by leaving the car at home and heading here by plane, to one of the city’s airports, by train to Pennsylvania station or even by bus. Getting around New York could not be easier than by its world-famous subway which is the largest of its kind in the world! It is worth knowing that, unlike most other subway systems, this one operates 24 hours a day.

Where to Start in New York City?

New York is like no other place on earth, and there is enough here to keep even the most demanding visitor happy for weeks. First-time visitors will definitely want to see the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, Rockerfeller Center, Times Square, Ground Zero and the Bronx Zoo. Also, of course, a trip on the Staten Island Ferry is a must, as is taking in a show on Broadway, a walk in Central Park, and some shopping.

The Highlights of Each New York Region

The sights of the city are well known but visitors to New York City vacation apartments may wish to consider one of the fascinating walking tours. In the Bronx, find Edgar Allan Poe Cottage and the Exotic Courtyard Garden with colorful displays of exotic aquatics and tropical plants. Also in the Bronx is the Hall of Fame for Great Americans that, from 1900, has been honoring Americans who have made an important contribution to this nation’s history. Also see Van Cortlandt House and Park; built in 1748, it was once used by George Washington.

New York Like A Native is a walking tour of the famous Brooklyn Brownstones, Williamsburg, Coney Island and Fort Greene. Brooklyn is home to Coney Island, with its arcades, boardwalk, beach and rides, including the iconic Cyclone Roller Coaster. Kids will love the Children’s Museum here. Discover more about military history at Floyd Bennett Field, Fort Greene Park and Fort Hamilton Overlook. While you are here, also visit Pieter Claesen Wyckoff House, one of the oldest buildings in the city. You can also see Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims, dating from 1847, and of course, don’t miss Prospect Park.

A wealth of attractions awaits visitors to New York City lodging centered in Manhattan. There are a variety of museums with everything from folk art to the famous American Museum of Natural History with its dinosaurs and much more. Here is also the famous Apollo Theater. Take a bike tour of the city from here. This is the area for Broadway, Carnegie Hall and carriage rides through Central Park. New York is a city with some wonderful parks and the Bayswater Point State Park in Queens is 12 acres of beach, wetland and woodlands. In Staten Island, visit the Conference House, site of the 1776 Peace Conference with many of the founding fathers in attendance. Visit a working farm at the 260-acre nature preserve at Clay Pit Ponds State Park. This area is steeped in history and a trip to Richmondtown, a living history village and museum complex is a must.

Make Yourself at Home in New York City Vacation Rentals

Visitors will find a variety of perfect New York City vacation apartments on offer. Whether you need a large spacious home or a compact but comfortable apartment, there is one to suit. Each home is equipped with everything you need and more. Many come with outdoor space to make the most of the views of this amazing city. Nothing is overlooked when it comes to ensuring that visitors have everything to make their stay more special.

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