This apartment belongs to an artist couple who often travel out of town.
Their Chelsea loft is spacious, filled with sunlight from floor to ceiling with large windows on the east side.
There is a kitchen for cooking with gas, oven, dishwasher and large refrigerator.
You can take advantage of the great food stores within walking distance (Union square farmers market,Trader Joes, Wholefoods, Korea Town, Chelsea Market etc)
There is panorama window in the living room with views of the Empire State building. The living room has wooden floor and is large enough to be a dance studio or photo studio.
Bedroom is quiet on the other side of 6 avenue, 600 square feet, 20 feet ceiling and has a TV with DVD/VHS player by the bed, no cable TV.
Second bed is a full size sofa bed in the huge living room, that can be held during day time. And the other couch and a single size mattress can be used for 3 more people to crash on.
New washer/dryer in the loft, so there is no need to go to a laundromat.
Full bath with over size shower head. Central heating and high speed wifi.
And best of all, a rooftop access with a massive view of Empire State Building!
Price fr. $350 (sleeps five persons)
The loft is within walking distance to Times Square, Union Square, Bryant Park and New York public library.
Get yourself and you traveling partner some space and rent an apartment in New York. This nice apartment is a 1500 square feet (139m²) loft at Grand and Crosby street in New York’s fabulous SoHo cast iron district. The loft occupies an entire floor of the building. Stylishly and beautifully furnished.
There is a king size bed in the sleeping area. The living area has a flat screen plasma television connected to a Bang & Olufsen sound system. You can play music via wireless through your itunes library or just plug in your ipod. Furniture/lighting by Zanotta, Cecchini, Knoll, Herman Miller, Artemide, and Flos throughout. Gourmet kitchen with dishwasher, induction stove top and oven in loft as well.
The large glass box bathroom is all Bisazza glass tile and Boffi fixtures. super luxury!
High speed Wifi and cable tv are of course included.
This SoHo loft is a block or two away from the best shopping and culinary delights of Soho, Chinatown and Little Italy as well.
Sleeps 2 people – fr. US$295/night
Oh, I would love to stay in this 2-bedroom house in East Village with its own garden with a hammock, bonfire pit and outdoor seating. A real unique place, a little cottage-like house in the middle of Manhattan surrounded by trees.
5 people can stay here for US$375 per night!
Inside the house, is an open floor plan with 17 foot ceilings in the living room/kitchen area. There are three large skylights as well. The downstairs area contains the living room/kitchen (no microwave but all the other basics including dishware and cookware), bathroom (with huge soaking tub and shower)and one bedroom. The bedroom offers a full-size bed, 6-drawer dresser, desk, tv with DirectTv and a closet.
Upstairs is a second, larger bedroom with ensuite bathroom. The bedroom offers a full-sized bed, desk, tv and closet. The bathroom does not have a tub but it does have a shower. There is also a separate loft area/tv room upstairs, which can serve as an extra sleeping space for a 5th guest.
The house has DirecTV with DVR and wireless internet service.
Large studio for rent in Midtown. You will get much more space than in a hotel room and 4 people can stay here for US$199 per night. That´s a bargain!
This larger than life studio is located right in the center of it all. Situated between Madison & Fifth Avenue on 36th street, this apartment is a stone’s throw away from some of New York City’s most desirable attractions… Two blocks from 2nd tallest sky scraper (Empire State), a 15 minute walk to the city’s largest and most spectacular park (Central, that is), and perhaps a bit too close to every shopping temptation in existence (Macy’s, Lord & Taylor and Saks to name a few).
Transportation options are endless from this spot- you’ve got Penn Station (and A/C/E, 1/2/3 subway lines), Grand Central Terminal (7, S, 4/5/6 subway), and the B/D/F/M, N/Q/R all a short walk away. And there’s always my favorite mode of transport- yellow cabs.
The convenient location is not even the best part… This spacious apartment is not your average city studio- it has a large foyer area, a dressing room connected to the bathroom, a queen size bed, a living area with a pull out sofa, and (although tragically under-used)…a huge eat-in kitchen. The kitchen is stocked with all the tools needed for the best of chefs, and a drawer full of menus for the best of orders.