Lower East Side Suite A
|Rental type||Apartment / Condominium|
|Minimum Stay||1 night|
|Living space||620 square feet|
Suitable for childrenYes
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Description from the manager
The Lower East Side Suite A is a beautiful, two bedroom, 3 room apartment that sleeps up to 6 people in the most dynamic part of Manhattan â€“ the East Village â€“ the best place to eat out, see live entertainment, enjoy numerous pubs, cafes and restaurants, see local attractions and enjoy the real New York. The apartment is comfortable and modern with beautiful renovation.
The Lower East Side Suite A and the other apartments managed by our company are the only environmentally-friendly serviced apartments in New York. We are trying to have as little impact on environment as possible â€“ the apartment is not perfect yet but it is gettin...Read more
Lower East Side Suite A
Manhattan, New York
(Property location is approximate)
Additional Location Information
The Lower East Side Suite A is located on a quiet block right in the middle the eastern side of Greenwich Village, just couple blocks from famous St Marks place â€“ one of New Yorkâ€™s most dynamic neighbourhoods with a huge number of cafes, restaurants and bars. Greenwich Village has from its start been home to New Yorkâ€™s artistic community. Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix and many other musicians, poets and artists got their start here. In the 1950â€™s the Village was home to the Beat Poetry Movement, in the 1960â€™s the Folk and Rock scene including NYâ€™s Hippie scene, in the 1970â€™s and 1980â€™s the NYC punk and hardcore movements. CBGBs, the nightclub considered to be the birthplace of punk rock, was located in the neighborhood, as was the early punk standby A7. No Wave and New York hardcore also emerged in the area's clubs. Among the many important bands and singers who got their start at these clubs and other venues in downtown Manhattan were Patti Smith, Arto Lindsay, the Ramones, Blondie, Madonna, Talking Heads, Television, the Plasmatics, Glenn Danzig, Sonic Youth, the Beastie Boys, Anthrax, and The Strokes.
The apartment is located around the corner from beautiful Manhattan Bridge which you can take to walk over to Brooklyn. As you walk up on Avenue A you will also see beautiful Tompkins Square Park â€“ the heart of the East Village. The park was closed and refurbished in the early 1990s and today, with its playgrounds and basketball courts, handball courts and built-in outdoor chess tables, the park attracts young families, students and seniors as well as tourists from all over the globe. There is a popular free outdoor French film festival which shows critically acclaimed French films each Friday at sunset in city parks including Tompkins during June and July. If you come with your children you will also enjoy the playgrounds - the main playground, closest to Avenue A, features many unique jungle gyms, including rock climbing features. The water fountain spurts out unpredictably, in the summer time. There is a large sandbox, swing sets, and benches. There are two smaller playgrounds in the section of the park near 7th Street and Avenue B. There is another beautiful playground even closer â€“ ABC playground on the corner of Essex Street and E Houston Avenue.
The East Houston Street is full of places to eat and to visit. If you want to have a great gelato (in amazing variety of flavors) the great place to visit will be â€śIl Laboratorio del Gelatoâ€ť on the corner of E Houston and Ludlow streets. Right across the street from it is famous in New York â€śKatz Delikatessenâ€ť â€“ great place for breakfast or lunch. The funny thing about it is that you take a ticket as you enter and you have to show it when you leave and pay accordingly â€“ even if you bought nothing, donâ€™t lose that ticket! Other places to eat on East Houston Street include Baskin Robbins, Red Mango yoghurt and smoothies, McDonaldâ€™s, Starbucks, several Indian restaurants, Pizza, Philly cheese steak, Turkish kebab house, â€śOne on Oneâ€ť traditional fish and chips restaurant, Lea crepes and paninis, â€ťSugarâ€ť cafĂ© open for breakfast all day, Pala Pizza Romana (beautiful restaurant serving not only pizza), Vegan Tiengarden Restaurant â€“ and thatâ€™s just around the block of your apartment! There is also plenty of night life in the area (but not close enough, so it doesnâ€™t disturb you at night), like Nice Guy Eddieâ€™s and Mercury Lounge at the corner of E Houston Street and Essex Street, or Epstein Bar on the corner of Stanton and Allen Streets, Goodfellas Pizza and Bar and Lucky Jackâ€™s bar on the corner of Orchard and Rivington Streets. You also got rock music hall called â€śRockwood Music Hallâ€ť on Allen Street between E Houston Avenue and Stanton Street. It features concerts of up and coming musicians as well as famous ones. Most of the performances are free and the place is very dynamic and usually busy. On the corner of Rivington Street between Orchard and Ludlow one will find a small cafĂ© called â€śTeaNYâ€ť â€“ this place is owned by famous DJ and singer Moby.
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Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$159 - $299||$159 - $299||$1,043 - $2,023||$3,870 - $8,370||1 night|
|Jan. 4 2013 - Feb. 28 2013
|Mar. 1 2013 - Mar. 25 2013
|Mar. 26 2013 - Apr. 4 2013
|Apr. 5 2013 - Jul. 5 2013
|Jul. 6 2013 - Aug. 31 2013
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the manager|
|Sep. 1 2013 - Oct. 30 2013
|Oct. 31 2013 - Nov. 5 2013
|Nov. 6 2013 - Nov. 30 2013
|Dec. 1 2013 - Dec. 21 2013
|Dec. 21 2013 - Jan. 3 2014
|All Other Dates||$249||$249||$1,673||$6,420||2 nights|
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- Additional guests - $25 - Per-Person Adjustment - Fee applies to parties of more than 1 guest(s)
- Tax rate - 14.75% of rental - Tax - Please note that an additional 14.75% will be charged separately for NY hotel and occupancy tax and service and processing fees.
Additional notes from owner
Please note that an additional 14.75% will be charged separately for NY hotel and occupancy tax and service and processing fees.
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: May 01, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
PequeĂ±o y caro.
El apartamento esta muy bien ubicado, y si fuese para dos personas estarĂa muy bien, pero buscando apartamento para cinco, nos dieron este y no lo recomiendo, me pareciĂł carisimo y ademas no entrabamos, con las maletas y demĂˇs era imposible, ademĂˇs no estaba muy limpio.
MĂˇs pequeĂ±o de lo esperado
EstĂˇ en una calle previlegiada al lado de Times Square, tiene seguridad y muchos sitios dĂłnde comer en los alrededores. El apartamento consta de un pequeĂ±o comedor-cocina-sillĂłn cama todo unido, un baĂ±o bastante decente y una habitaciĂłn con una cama de matrimonio. Nosotros Ă©ramos cinco personas y nos fue bastante dificil acomodarnos con todas las maletas, a pesar de que teniamos una cama plegable individual que pudimos colocar en la habitaciĂłn y asĂ pudimos dormir todos. En realidad es un apartamento para un mĂˇximo de tres o cuatro personas. El telĂ©fono es gratuito incluso para llamadas internacionales, asĂ que esto era un punto a favor, tambiĂ©n tiene wifi gratis.
UbicaciĂłn excelente, apartamento minĂşsculo
Lo mejor de este apartamento es la ubicaciĂłn. A 5 minutos andando de Times Square pero en una calle muy tranquila. El edificio tiene portero 24 horas.
Lo malo es que Ăbamos cinco personas y el apartamento se nos quedĂł muy pequeĂ±o. HabĂa una habitaciĂłn con una cama de matrimonio y una plegable guardada en el armario. En el momento que montamos la plegable, ya no se podĂa entrar a la habitaciĂłn. El baĂ±o era muy pequeĂ±o y estaba muy viejo. Luego habĂa un comedor pequeĂ±o con una mesa, una mini cocina, una nevera, una tele y un sofĂˇ cama (no muy grande ni muy cĂłmodo).
Estuvimos cinco noches y lo llevamos como pudimos (haciendo turnos para abrir las maletas y sacar cosas). En el apartamento no hay espacio para cinco personas, pero lo recomendarĂa para menos personas por la magnĂfica situaciĂłn que tiene.
When we first arrived it was hard to find which building it actually was, for future customers it's on w45th inbetween 8th and 9th and the place has a red canopy outside with sherrie arts written on it! we initially thought we could just go to the place and pick the keys up but appears you need to ring the office and go to their building to pick it up.
the apartment was very clean and in a magnificent location, the view from the window was of minimal but you could see a fair bit of the new york skyline! it is a small apartment but really well worth every single penny we wish we was still there! the staff were very friendly.
In this apartment, there is one main room with a double bed, inside this room is a cupboard that has a single fold out bed which can be moved into the main room where the kitchen is and a double bed in the main room also. Thanks again!
Ny on a bugdet... its a no brainer
Ridiculously good value for the location, just a stones throw from Times Sq. The apartment is like staying a friends place while they are out of town bang in the middle of Manhattan!
Comfortably slept 2 (1 bed and 1 sofa bed) but could easily accommodate 2 couples. Clean and all the facilities you'd expect including kitchen. Service was excellent, called us to confirm arrival. Someone there to hand over the key and show us around. They also allowed us a late check out with no extra cost!
The only negatives to this place is the late night noise and while the bed was clean presents of human hair in the bed was a little off putting :( It seems to be situated next to a community hall of some kind and throughout our stay loud music, Mc's and bands seem to be using it for practice or parties. These are the only negatives I have about the place, the noise didnt go on all night and you can always bring ear plugs and/change the bedding with the spares provided.
Brilliant apartment, ideal Location what more could you ask for?
Excellent stay at the New York City apartments. Location was ideal, very central. We would all definitely stay here again. Thanks for making our stay in New York so memorable.