Vacation in NYC! Charming 1bdrm 1 bth Private Entrance! Stay at our lovely Turn-of-the Century Brownstone home in the heart of Manhattan! Your private 1 bdrm 1 bath section of our home has it's own private entrance within the building! You will not be sharing this with anyone but your party. It boasts your very own sitting room as well and a modern and convenient kitchenette area with granite countertops and stainless appliances. You'll find the kitchen fully stocked with dishes, cutlery, pots and pans, and more! Save $$ by making your own breakfasts! Luxuriate in the marble tiled bathroom, with a body shower spray, and granite countertop. Fluffy towels included! Your queen sized bedroom is dark and very very quiet! (In fact sometimes we'll use it to nap in the middle of the day it's so quiet!). The bedroom has it's own separate thermostat, so you can sleep at the temperature you find most comfortable. You'll find a large closet for all your clothes and a chest of drawers. The sitting area also has a twin sofa sleeper bed. Perfect for your business or vacation visit! Ask about discounts for longer stays!
Although this is a new listing, we are experienced in Vacation Rentals! We have six other listings with Homeaway/VRBO in New Orleans, all with Five Star reviews. #'s 4191859, 419860, 4191861, 4443665, 4457887 and 4443691.
GETTING AROUND: The nearest subway is the #6 Line at Park Ave and 28th St. about 3 blocks away or a two minute walk. The uptown and downtown lines are on either side of the street. Make sure you are going in the correct direction. Times Square is uptown. Wall Street is Downtown. WALK 10 minutes to the Empire State Building. Or 40 minutes up 5th Avenue to Times Square!
FLYING IN: We strongly recommend flying into Newark Airport. Yes, the one in New Jersey. From Newark (EWR) you can go right to the transportation hub and get on NJ Transit and $14 dollars and 22 minutes later you are at Penn Station - a 12 - 15 minute walk to the building. LaGuardia LGA is second choice - but be warned - it's under construction and can be quite a mess if you're arriving during the morning or evening rush hours. A yellow cab should take the Midtown Tunnel. If they say the 59th street bridge is free - it's true - but it will take significantly longer, and you'll make up the difference in price in the time. DON'T fly into JFK unless you have no other choice. It's a 1 1/2 to 2 hour long subway ride into Manhattan or an $80 minimum cab ride.
LOCATION: We are right in Midtown, in an area called Murry Hill. Locals calls it 'Curry Hill' due to the large number of Indian restaurants in the area. Third Avenue is literally shoulder to shoulder bars and restaurants and eateries. Most are on which will deliver food to your door in under half an hour. New Yorkers live and die on Seamless.
SAFETY: We are on a very safe and quiet block. Across the street is the back of a large church and a hundred feet away is a Jewish Temple attended by many diplomats. It can be very busy, however, along Third Ave because of all the bars etc and Lexington because of a taxi rest stop. So there are always people about no matter what the time of day or night.