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Recent East Village reviews

  • Great studio in LES

    "We stayed at the studio for 5 nights over July 4th and the unit was just fabulous. There are many subway/buses nearby for easy access to everywhere we wanted to go. The unit is located on a side street which helped to minimize the noise of the city. The 24 hr supermarket was only 2 blocks away. Tompkins Square is a block away and there was a farmer's market there over the weekend. There are many restaurants/amenities nearby as well. The unit was big enough for my 12 year old twins, my husband and I for our stay. We will definitely look for this unit again next time we come to visit NYC. Thanks Maria!"
    Guest: Doris Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 9, 2014
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  • Great experience in NYC

    "Our first impression was, where are we and why did we pick this place. Soon afterwards we realized that the appartment was just what we needed. It was close to the subway and walking distance to shopping and restaurants. Everything we wanted was not far away at all. The place was very clean and had plenty of space (for our group). Chris was very easy to get a hold of and very helpful in bookings and arrangements. I look forward to a return trip in the near future. Thank you again for a great time in NYC!"
    Guest: Craig C. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 22, 2014
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  • Great place for a great price!

    "We just got back yesterday from spending five nights at this cute little East Village apartment. The place was clean and easy to find once we were sure of the address. The neighborhood wasn't bad but I (female) wouldn't go out alone at night, just my opinion that I didn't feel safe although I saw plenty of other females out by themselves. It is in a great location as the metro is just 3 blocks away and easy to get to where ever you want to go. We had to ask for more wash clothes as we were only given 2 for the 5 nights for 2 of us but we sent Jessica a text and we had more wash clothes the next afternoon! The only other negative thing I can think of is that the bedroom gets very warm at night, not sure that the A/C reaches back there but the couch would've been a wonderful & comfy place to sleep if it got too hot which it didn't and we got plenty of rest after hours in the city! Jessica was prompt with responses both before and during our stay. We would both highly recommend staying at this location if you are looking for a place in NYC!"
    Guest: Dori T. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 27, 2014
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  • East Village is the best!

    "My family and I are well-seasoned travelers and veteran New York visitors. This apartment is, quite simply, awesome. Last year we were in the same building on the third-floor facing 1st Street, this year the fourth floor facing Houston. The building and apartment are very modern and up t date, with two large baths and a beautifully appointed galley-style kitchen. We felt very secure and safe at all times, and in spite of it’s proximity to Houston Street, is incredibly quiet. The location is excellent, with our every need close by. The subway (“F” train) is less than 200 yards away, Clinton Street Baking Company and Katz’s Delicatessen are a five minute walk, SoHo shopping is ten minutes, and a walk to Mulberry Street in Little Italy takes less than 15 minutes. The most fun is making discoveries on all the numbered streets in the area between Avenue “A” and 3rd Avenue. Chris was very helpful and available at all times by phone and/or email. The apartment has WiFi, cable TV, comfortable beds with clean linens, and is immaculate. My very picky teenage daughter last year insisted that we stay here again, and I'm glad we did. My highest rating goes to this property and Chris."
    Guest: Mike Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 11, 2014
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East Village Travel Tips

East Village Vacation Rentals Are a Great Value in a Quirky Neighborhood

There are those who love Greenwich, and those who prefer the Upper East Side, but the people who truly love New York City are the ones who stay in East Village vacation rentals. Save your money for the happening streets of this vivacious city, and for the nightlife that will undoubtedly keep you up until dawn. Staying in affordable East Village vacation rentals will give you a taste of a charming and quirky neighborhood, as well as saving you your hard earned cash, for visits to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Ellis Island.

Experience New York City from East Village Lodging

East Village lodging is an experience unlike what you would find in other neighborhoods. In East Village, you will find zany characters and gourmet delicatessens, unique galleries and secret night clubs. Of course, you may want to emerge to visit great sights like the Frick Collection, with its gorgeous mansion setting and extensive collections. Stomp is another popular attraction, for those less inclined to stroll for hours on end.

Manhattan Vacation Apartments Will Leave You Wanting More

After a trip to New York City, where you will stay in chic Manhattan vacation apartments, you will want more. You will need to visit this overwhelming and exotic city again, and again. Even if you lived in New York, you could never see and do all of the things the city has to offer, but it's fun to visit repeatedly in order to try! After you've seen the World Heritage Sites, like the Statue of Liberty, make sure you do some fun things, like take the Pizza Tours walk around the city for some empty calories and meaningful conversations with other travelers. From the Metropolitan Opera House to Times Square, there is so much to be done in New York, that you may never go back home from your cozy Manhattan vacation apartments!

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