You’ll be staying in a building that dates back to early 1900’s New York.
It’s a cozy room that includes a full-sized bed, an armchair, a desk, a bookshelf and a closet. It’s also in a convenient location: only a 10 minute walk from Union Square, 15 minutes from meatpacking and just a block away from Madison Park.
This is a comfy & intimate room in a 5 bedroom apartment in the heart of Manhattan. The room is approx. 11x12ft. (3.5x3meters). In the room you’ll find a full-size bed with fresh linens, an armchair, a bookshelf with a small book collection, a chest of drawers, a closet and a desk. Great for solo travelers and couples (queen bed).
Disponible para huéspedes
While you're a guest, you'll have access to a full bathroom, a small kitchen and a couch in the corridor. In the room; the top drawer in the chest will be made available as well as half the closet. The other rooms belong to other tenants and are private.
Atención a los huéspedes
I will be present to hand over access to the building and the keys. I can be easily reached via telephone and e-mail.
Otros aspectos destacables
This apartment was originally a 2-bedroom apartment which got converted into a 5-bedroom, consequently common areas within the apartment are limited and the kitchen is compact. It has a college-dorm feel to it.
Here you will share the apartment with 4 nice and respectful roommates : 3 girls and a guy. From America and from France. All of us employed. Given the limited common-area space, interactions between roommates may be minimal. The apartment is also very clean (cleaning lady once a week).
The room in question has a small window facing the apartment's corridor.
This is not a hotel so.. just be nice and don't break stuff.
Please, only the people who booked are allowed. No extra guest please.
The apartment does not allow pets and the building is non-smoking.
Be discreet and respect the privacy of others.
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