Luxury Home Big Private Patio 7 Min To TimesSquare

From $425 / night

Manhattan, NY
Luxury Home Big Private Patio 7 Min To TimesSquare
3 bedrooms
9 guests
Varies min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 9
Type: Apartment
Per night: $435 - $495
Per week: $2,975 - $3,325
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Manhattan vacation apartment rental
Midtown South Home Description

This beautiful 3 bedroom and 1 Bath with large private patio. Plus a wonderful and quite park right next to this property.

Home includes granite kitchen with stainless steel appliances including dishwasher, marble bathroom and features exposed brick and hardwood flooring. Laundry in unit.

Three separate bedrooms and living area in (3 queen beds 1 chair bed and 1 pull out sofa bed) and large private outdoor patio (closed during winter) in a really great, safe, lively neighborhood.

Home features granite kitchen, high end custom renovations. Wonderfully accented units, stainless steel appliances, dishwasher, and marble bathrooms, recessed lighting, wide plank oak flooring, exposed brick, pinpoint halogen lighting, individual climate control and video intercom. Beautiful brick and stone walls from end to end & even it's own brand new washer/dryer unit.

Plus brand new furnishings, table and chairs, HDTV, towels, linens, and toiletries. Plus ultra comfortable Tempur-Pedic ® Beds and Tempur-Pedic® sofa-bed! And much more!

Conveniently located near public transportation, and NYU School of Medicine and Bellevue. The apartment is located between the uptown and downtown buses, and a short walk to the 4, 5, 6 subway line.

Living Amenities: Dishwasher, Large Private Outdoor Garden Patio, Granite Kitchen, Hardwood, High Ceilings,
Laundry In Unit, Marble Bath.
Very comfortable queen size Serta Perfect Sleeper bed with Tempur-Pedic® memory foam chair-bed that easily converts into a twin bed. And 2 more quests on sofa-bed in the living rooms.

NYC Deluxe Suite: Feature high end renovations, wonderfully accented units, stainless steel appliances, dishwasher, marble bathroom, washer & dryer, recessed lighting, wide plank oak flooring, exposed brick, pinpoint halogen lighting, individual climate control & video intercom.

Serta Perfect Sleeper® Edgebrooke Cushion Firm Euro top that feature an additional upholstery layer at the top of the mattress. The Edgebrooke mattress features a layer of tempur-Pedic® Memory Foam in the upholstery layer for subtle contouring and pressure relief. It also features Serta's exclusive Cool Balanceâ„¢ Fabric Technology in the cover to help maintain a comfortable sleep surface temperature throughout the night. Brand new sheets are made of 100-percent Egyptian cotton in a 800 thread count with single-ply yarn construction, for ultimate softness & comfort.

FREE WiFi, cable, 40" HDTV LCD 1080 flat screen with 200 digital channels.

NYC Top 5 tourist spots less than 10 minutes away!: Everything is with-in walking distance. And a much, much more desirable location in the most exciting part of New York City. Walk to major attractions, world-class shopping and delicious International eateries. With all of NYC favorite tourist hot spots. Including Radio City Hall, Saks, Fifth Ave. Rockefeller Center and Ice skating rink, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Time Square, the Theater District, Central Park, the David Letterman show, Top of the Rock observation tower, restaurant row, the Empire State Building, the United Nations Plaza and much more all with-in walking distance!!!

Most importantly, the subway stations are only a 5 to 10 minute walk.

Our location is within an unlimited variety of restaurants that range from fast food take-out to exquisite fine dining. There are also many health food markets for those who prefer to dine in. The Midtown nightlife also accommodates a wide range of interests through cafe lounges, bars and even authentic ethnic flavors!

NYC Top Tourist Spots just minutes away!: Times Square: The heart of Manhattan and its entertainment hub. Theater district of Broadway is nearby and many cinemas, restaurants, shopping malls and parks.

From the hustle of the Port Authority Bus Terminal to the bustle of Seventh Avenue and 42nd Street, much of New York's dazzling vibrancy and energy emanates from this area stretching from Times Square to Central Park South. Packed with theaters, tourist attractions and tall office buildings, the buzz and glow of the city are most obvious amid the huge neon signs, giant wraparound news tickers (ABC News has a studio location here) and Broadway marquees. After braving the crowds of pop-obsessed teeny boppers gathered around MTV Studios visit the Hershey's Time Square Store to satisfy your sweet tooth. Or grab a bite to eat at typical tourist meccas like Planet Hollywood or the ESPN Zone.

A stroll up Broadway, whether in the early morning or late at night, passes by some of America's most cherished institutions, and the number of glowing lights are rivaled only by the Las Vegas Strip. Little wonder that Mondrian's inspiration for 'Broadway Boogie-Woogie' came from this amazing array of places and colors; some of the facades literally scream out at the visitor as though ready to burst out from the grid of Midtown's streets and fly into orbit!

If you need a respite from the sensory over-stimulation of Times Square, visit the New York Public Library. The majestic Beaux-Arts building, flanked by the two famous marble lions, Patience and Fortitude, has been the heart and soul of the New York library system for nearly a century. It's great for a little peace and quiet, and of course a great read. The library is to adjacent Bryant Park, which is a lovely patch of green in the middle of skyscraper territory. Among the amenities available to visitors are a French-style carousel, a boule board, chess tables, free summer movie screening, over 25,000 varieties of flowers, the Bryant Park Grill, and free wireless access, as well as 2,000 moveable chairs.

Midtown west is also home to Radio City Music Hall (home to world-famous dancers, the Rockettes), Museum of Television and Radio, Museum of Modern Art, Carnegie Hall and the newly renovated Museum of Arts & Design. These extraordinary cultural institutions play host year-round to natives and tourists alike, so catch an eye-catching exhibit or enjoy a symphony and bask in some of New York's greatest artistic offerings.
There is also no shortage of restaurants in the area. For some excellent French fare try La Bergamote, which is known for its vast menu, with nearly 30 types of luxurious French pastries, six sorts of croissants, over a dozen types of breads as well as diverse handmade chocolates. For dinner try Aquavit, the country's preeminent Scandinavian restaurant. There really are too many dining options to list, but click here to check out entire listings of restaurant in the Midtown area.

If you're looking to spend your stay in New York right in the heart of Midtown, there are plenty of hotel options. The Renaissance New York Hotel is located in close proximity to Times Square, as is sophisticated, luxury boutique hotel Night. And for the more budget conscious traveler there's the Comfort Inn Midtown and the Portland Square Hotel.

Midtown Manhattan, or simply Midtown, is a geographic area of Manhattan, New York City. It is home to some of the city's most iconic buildings, including the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, and the United Nations Headquarters. It contains world-famous commercial zones such as Rockefeller Center, Broadway, and Times Square.

Geographically, Midtown is commonly defined as the area south of 59th Street, east of the Hudson River, west of the East River, and though its southern border is less clear, most consider it to be somewhere between 14th Street and 30th Street. Overall, Manhattan can be divided into three geographic regions: 'Uptown', Midtown, and 'Downtown'.

As New York's largest central business district, Midtown Manhattan is the busiest single commercial district in the United States, and among the most intensely used pieces of real estate in the world. The majority of New York City's skyscrapers, including its tallest hotels and apartment towers, lie within Midtown. The area hosts commuters and residents working in its offices, hotels, and retail establishments; many tourists, visiting residents, and students populate the district. Some areas, such as Times Square and Fifth Avenue, have large clusters of retail stores. Sixth Avenue in Midtown holds the headquarters of three of the four major television networks. It is a growing center of finance, second in importance within the United States only to Downtown Manhattan's Financial District. Times Square is the center of Broadway theater.

United Nations: A distinctive complex in NYC, United States, that has served as the official headquarters of the United Nations.

Metropolitan Museum of Art: The most popular museum in NYC, holds a treasure trove of artifacts, paintings, sculptures, and more.

Central Park: The heart of Manhattan is the essential breathing space. Laze around; enjoy boating in the lake or public performances in the open air theater.

Empire State Building: Since 1931, the Empire State has received 120 million visitors. The 1,453-foot skyscraper is on Fifth Avenue and 34th Street in midtown.

Rockefeller Center: In the center of Midtown is a complex of stores, attractions, and restaurants.

Statue of Liberty: One of New York City's most iconic landmarks, the Statue of Liberty welcomes thousands of visitors each day. Located on an island in the waters of the Upper New York Bay, visitors can only access the monument by ferry. A colossal neoclassical sculpture on Liberty Island in New York Harbor designed by Frederic Bartholdi. A gift from France on October 28, 1886 is of a robed female representing Libertas, the Roman goddess of freedom, who bears a torch and Declaration of Independence.

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Area Information
Times Square W. 40th to W. 53rd Sts. (bet. Sixth and Eighth Aves.) There's no better place to experience the excitement of New York than Times Square. Surrounded by neon lights, giant billboards, Broadway theaters, electronic ticker tape and television studios, Times Square is the heart of Midtown and the annual New Year's Eve Ball Drop.

Empire State Building 350 Fifth Ave., The City's most iconic skyscraper has entranced New Yorkers since its completion in 1931 New York Public Library Fifth Ave. and W. 42nd St., Patience and Fortitude, the two majestic lions outside the main branch of the New York Public Library, have been the institution's mascots for almost a century.

Rockefeller Center 45 Rockefeller Plaza, Rockefeller Center, a 22-acre complex of stores, commercial offices and open space, is famous for its annual Christmas tree lighting and for its sunken ice-skating rink.

St. Patrick's Cathedral 460 Madison Ave., This majestic church, seat of the archbishop of New York, serves as the physical and spiritual center of New York's Roman Catholic community. United Nations 760 United Nations Plaza

Midtown is not only the center of Manhattan, but also the center of many visitor trips to New York. This section covers the east side of Midtown, approximately 34th Street to 42nd Street, east of Fifth Avenue.

Exclusive clothing stores on Fifth Avenue and well-known landmarks have turned this into a desirable residential neighborhood with a string of bars and restaurants on Third Avenue.

Midtown East is also home to some of the city's most famous buildings and structures. Grand Central Terminal isn't just the world's most famous train station -- it's also a midtown destination for shopping (with a multitude of specialty stops), dining, public events, and tours.

GCT is steps away from the Chrysler Building, which, while not open to the public, remains the one of the world's finest examples of 1930s Art Deco architecture and the second-tallest building in the city. The United Nations headquarters, built in 1949-50, is also nearby.

Guided tours are offered seven days a week (except during January and February, when the UN is closed to the public on weekends). The 56-story Chanin Building is one of the more well-known, ornate Art Deco buildings in the city.

One of the city's finest examples of 1960s architecture, the steel-and-glass Ford Foundation Building is home to a beautiful, open-to-the-public, 1/3-acre interior semi-tropical garden complete with lily pond. Beautiful churches are also found in this area, including St. Patrick's Cathedral, St. Bartholomew's Church, and St. Vartan Armenian Cathedral.

Many important cultural institutions and museums are also in this neighborhood, including the Museum of Sex, Sony Wonder Technology Lab, Japan Society, Morgan Library & Museum, and Scandinavia House.

When most people think of New York City, they picture one of Midtown's many signature attractions: Times Square, the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, the United Nations.

Burned into our collective memory by movies, television shows and photographs, these Midtown landmarks have always conveyed the energy and excitement of New York.

It is here, in the heart of the City, that so many visitors have been captivated by the ambition pulsing through New York. Gaze upon the glittering lights of Times Square, the rows upon rows of leather-bound books at the grand New York Public Library and the posh style of The Plaza Hotel, and experience these iconic landmarks up close-sights that will not easily be forgotten.

Other Activities

Ferry: E 34th Street Ferry Landing (0.2 miles)
Subway: 6 at 33rd St (0.4 miles) S 4 5 6 7 42 Street - Grand Central (0.4 miles) B D F M 7Fe at 5th Av (0.7 miles) N R at 28th St (0.8 miles)

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Dec 21 2016 Dec 30 2017 $485 $495 $3,325 - 1 Week
Jan 01 2017 Dec 20 2017 $435 $445 $2,975 - 3 Nights
Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Deposits: $355.00 Security Deposit
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Other Fees: $135.00 Cleaning fees $40.00 Booking fee
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