This gorgeous bright loft in the heart of Tribeca is the perfect place to rent for 2 couples or a family.
The loft is a second story walk up with floor to ceiling windows. It is filled with designer furniture and original art (since I own a art Gallery). It has two bedrooms with queen beds. The host supply towels, sheets and blankest. The bathroom is not huge but big enough and has a bathtub.
The living room is beautiful with huge floor to ceiling windows. You have one big table to have dinner parties and a working woodburning fireplace. The loft has wireless internet and a good equipped kitchen.
It has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and a big living-dining area. There is TV and wireless Internet and it has 2 Air condition window units.
Accommodates 4 people
Price: fr. US$385 per night for the whole apartment
Can you imagine that the first-ever public park in America now occupies real estate with the recent estimated value of 528 billion dollars. Even for all that money, New Yorkers would never dream of selling their precious Central Park.
In 1858 a competition to design the park was won by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux. Their Greensward plan seduced the judging panel with winding paths, large open spaces, and many places for people to admire the scenery (and each other), which appealed to their affluent sensibilities. By the time Central Park was finally completed in 1873, it had transformed a swampy site with rocky terrain into a landscaped masterpiece.
25,000 trees. 280 species of birds. 3 formal gardens. One of the most pleasant ways to see Central Park is by bicycle. Rent a bike and travel through as much of the 843 acres as you like. The outer park drive will take you on a journey of just over six miles. Looking for more or less? cutting across various paths that splinter off the main drag, makes the trip as long or short as you want it.
Pro tip: to avoid collisions on the drives, remember to head counter-clockwise.
New York Pass offers great deals on Central Park Bicycle Tours, as well as free entry to 80 Attractions in New York City.
You can also rent bikes directly from Bike Rental Central Park – www.bikerentalcentralpark.com/
On Sunday September 21 the final section of the High Line opened to the public.
For the first time all visitors will be able to continuously walk the 22 blocks from Gansevoort Street to 34th Street, 30 feet up on the elevated park.
The design for this last leg is called the High Line at the Rail Yards and you can expect new design features and plantings together with innovatively designed seating areas and pathways installed in the High Line´s original rail tracks.
The first part of the High Line at Gansevoort Street
Times Square never looked so good. The hotel formerly known as the Milford Plaza, open in March after a $140 million renovation as the Row NYC.
1 331 bright, subway line color-inspired bedrooms with Times Square billboard inspired graphics over the beds as well as the fun hallways that take you on a walking tour of NYC’s downtown neighborhoods via commissioned images of Soho, Greenwich Village and the Lower East Side.
The lobby features Iconic M – 24/7 Fuel. Fashion. Fun.
Iconic M is your curated one-stop-shop for everyday essentials… with a twist. It’s a NYC shopping spot where travel needs mingle with magazines and newspapers from across the world. Must-have toiletries meet fashionable souvenirs. Where you can get your international fix, but still grab a snack and beverage (or two) for whatever your day or night holds – anytime.
Wifi is free of charge and available all over the hotel.
Double room fr. US$170 per room/night
The Manhattan View King Room might just be the best room to book in New York but as you can understand by the name, it is not on Manhattan but in Williamsburg at the Wythe Hotel with
“killer views” over Manhattan.
The other great thing about this room:
the Goldie´s Soaps products in the bathroom,
the well stocked minibar with La Quercia prosciutto and Plymouth Cheddar.
the Heritage G2 radio that looks like it is something from 1960s but you can hook up your iPod/iPhone
I love the wallpaper…. when you get up closer you see that the wallpaper actually depicts little street scenes of Williamsburg, from the street signs to the architecture of the Greek Orthodox church on the next block.