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3.5-star apartment in Manhattan
1 Double Bed
1 Double Bed and 1 Double Sofa Bed
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Rental basis: Entire house or apartment
Number of bedrooms: 2; Number of other rooms with beds: 0
Taxes of Local tax 14.75 % of Rental Amount may be collected during the booking process. If this is not supported, they must be paid to the host upon arrival.
Newly renovated first floor 2 bedroom apt nestled between Central Park West & Manhattan Ave, you are on a quiet & peaceful block, with little foot traffic, & with easy access to mass transit (b/c/1 line), Whole Foods, & Columbia U. You are surrounded by greenery, restaurants, shops & an exciting night life.
This beautiful 2 bedroom apartment is fully furnished and you will find everything you need during your stay here. The apartment is located on the first floor floor of walk up building in unbeatable location - you can see Central Park as soon as you leave the building, and it will take you literally a minute to get to Central Park West!
The kitchen is fully equipped with a large stainless steal refrigerator, stove top/oven, dishwasher, washer/dryer, coffee maker, microwave, and all the utensils and cutlery you might need during your stay. We also provide all the bed linen and towels, as well as an iron and a hair dryer. There is a good size marble bathroom with both shower and a bathtub. Apartment also equipped with video intercom, Ac unit in each bedroom, dimming lights and thermostat for temperature control.
Included: Wi-fi, cable/satellite, and all utilities (heat, hot water, and gas/electricity).
Considering the apartment location and the amenities, the apartment is great in terms of value for money. Newly renovated, this apartment is a gem! We hope to see you in New York!
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If you've seen a leafy, residential Manhattan neighborhood depicted on Tv or in the movies, there's a decent chance it was the Upper West Side. It's where Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks lived in You've Got Mail, where Jerry made his home on Seinfeld (and in real life) and where Liz Lemon lived on 30 Rock. Chuck Bass owned a hotel there on Gossip Girl. Gary Greengrass—who runs appetizing emporium Barney Greengrass, a neighborhood mainstay for more than a century—feels You've Got Mail summed up what he loves about the neighborhood's vibe.
“it tried to highlight some of the neighborhood businesses. Some of them are still around, and some of them aren't—that was a good illustration of what the neighborhood truly is, and how it was back in the day.” Greengrass laments the closings of some longstanding businesses—an unavoidable reality—but still loves the local flavor and the fact the area attracts people from around the world and across all generations.
The Upper West Side—bracketed by Central Park and Riverside Park, and distinguished by regal, two-towered apartment buildings along Central Park West—is a place where you can frequently see families pushing strollers, walking dogs and, on weekends, settling in for brunch at mainstays like Sarabeth's.
Of course, it's not all residential. There's culture, in the form of the American Museum of Natural History, the Beacon Theatre and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. And plenty of shopping, eating and nightlife as well. Read on for details about what to see and do.
Bc at 103rd St under 500 feet
Bc at 96th St 0.28 miles
1 at 103rd St 0.39 miles
Breakage deposit: USD 412.95 per stay
Guests can rest easy knowing there's a carbon monoxide detector and a smoke detector on site.
This property advises that enhanced cleaning and guest safety measures are currently in place.
The property is professionally cleaned, and bed sheets and towels are laundered at a temperature of at least 60°C/140°F.
Guests are provided with hand sanitizer.
Contactless check-in and contactless check-out are available.