Madison Avenue Suite A
|Rental type||Apartment / Condominium|
|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
|Living space||620 square feet|
Suitable for childrenYes
Suitable for the elderlyAsk
Description from the manager
The Madison Avenue Suite is a beautiful, large, one bedroom, 2 room apartment that sleeps up to 5 people in the very centre of Manhattan â€“ just couple blocks away from the Empire State Building.
The Madison Avenue Suite 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 in this regard yet but it is getting there. We are using only eco-friendly cleaning supplies and recycled materials for all the paper and glass that we use in the apartment. We have signed a special cont...Read more
Madison Avenue Suite A
Manhattan, New York
(Property location is approximate)
Additional Location Information
The Madison Avenue Suite apartment is located on 3rd Avenue in the middle of downtown New York City, just couple blocks from the Empire State Building â€“ New Yorkâ€™s most famous landmark. In case youâ€™d want to relax for a little while and have a cup of coffee in the park â€“ the famous Madison Square Park is just 3 blocks away. There are always special events being held in Madison Square Park: outdoor exhibitions, live music and different shows are just a few of the events that take place there.
You have practically everything you need for your stay in New York on 3rd Avenue â€“ you do not need to go more than a few minutes on foot to eat any cuisine, withdraw money, buy electronics, get cell phone pay-as-you-go SIM-cards, or even watch a show or a movie. Right across the street you will find one of the best places in the city for fresh bagels â€“ The Bagel Cafe.
If you would like to buy some groceries and cook for yourself, you can get everything in the Food Emporium supermarket (supermarkets are a rare find in Midtown) on 3rd Avenue between 31st and 32nd Streets. If you just want to pick up some quick basic items as well as fresh fruits and vegetables, you might want to visit Future Village Farm right across the street from the apartment.
If you are trying to decide where to eat nearby you can choose between numerous options â€“ 3rd and Lexington Avenues has a huge number of restaurants. For a quick snack, you can go to Dunkin Donuts or Tasti-D-Lite for sweets and coffee (just a block away from the apartment) or if you are in the mood for something more substantial choose from many fine dining restaurants and bars around the block with all the possible cuisines â€“Tibetan cuisine on the corner of 3rd Avenue and 31st Street Italian restaurants: De Giulio on Lexington Ave and 31st Street, Vezzo (pizzeria) on the same block, Belvedere Trattoria (Toscana cuisine) one block down (on Lexington and 30th Street) and Penelope restaurant on the same block. If you are looking for an Indian restaurant - there is one on the corner of 29th Street and Lexington Avenue, and you have a fancy Tonic restaurant and bar right on your block â€“ on the corner of 29th and 3rd. There is also the Brazil Coffee House on the corner of 30th Street and Lexington. If you enjoy sushi and Japanese cuisine in general you would enjoy Sushi place on 31st Street and Lexington or the one on 3rd Avenue and 31st Street. On the corner across the street there is the Prosecchia wine bar where you can enjoy good wine and a meal. Also right next door to the apartment is The Hill bar and restaurant. And if youâ€™re in the mood for a movie â€“ there is an AMC Loews movie theatre on the corner of 31st Street and 2nd Avenue.
There is a laundry right next door to the apartment making washing really easy. Just drop off your clothes and they will wash and fold them for you for just $1 per pound. If you prefer to use self-service, you have that option as well (a rare find in Midtown) â€“ this laundry is located on the corner of 29th Street and Lexington Avenue. There are also two Duane Reade pharmacies nearby â€“ an express one across the street (on 3rd Avenue and 29th Street), and a big one on the corner of 34th and 3rd â€“ itâ€™s the largest New York pharmacy chain and is open 24 hours. Pharmacies in the US sell everything from food to umbrellas, so if youâ€™re not sure where to find what you need â€“ go to the pharmacy, and youâ€™ll find it!
If youâ€™re coming to New York by car â€“ there are many secure parking places near the apartment, the cheapest being the one on the same block with the apartment â€“ on the corner of 3rd Avenue and 29th Street. However, think twice before bringing your car with you, even cheap parking in New York will cost you about $30 a day! If youâ€™re flying to New York, the bus from JFK will take you to Penn Station which is just couple blocks away. Or you can catch the airtrain from JFK to the LIRR (Long Island Rail Road) and also get to Penn Station. From there you can either walk for about 10 minutes or catch a taxi which will not cost you more than $5. The closest subway is on 28th Street or 33rd Street and Park Avenue, here you can catch the 6 train (green line), and go by subway to any destination in the city.
Please note that you will need to pick up the keys at our key collection point at W 38th street (between 8th and 9th Avenue). Please call us at 917 338 0845 to let us know your arrival time. Provide your arrival details in the 'COMMENTS' field.
Location Type City
Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$159 - $299||$159 - $299||$1,043 - $2,023||$3,870 - $8,070||2 nights|
|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 - Sep. 1 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. 20 2013
|Dec. 21 2013 - Jan. 3 2014
|All Other Dates||$249||$249||$1,673||$6,420||2 nights|
|View all 11 Rate Periods|
- 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 THE PRICE LISTED ABOVE IS THE PRICE PER NIGHT PER APARTMENT WHEN UP TO 4 PEOPLE ARE STAYING THERE. There will be additional $25 charge for an additional person (apartment can accommodate up to 5 people).
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 06, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
...and as if you needed to know more than the place was infested with cockroaches, the heater made so much noise during the night that we were constantly being woken up, there was a huge dust cobweb in the corner ceiling of the bedroom, the phone and wifi didn't work, and there was only 1/2 a roll of toilet paper in the apartment. Absolutely terrible!
Response from New York Hospitality Services - 03/22/2013
Thank you for your feedback. We strive for the best customer experience, so it is very important to hear from our guests. We have fined the cleaning lady for not proving you with enough supplies. We are very sorry about that. I believe you have called us about the issues mentioned and we sent the maintenance person to fix the issues that you mentioned over the phone same day of your phone call. I would appreciate if you e-mail us if the issues that you have mentioned in your phone call have not been fixed by our maintenance person.
Thanks again for your feedback!
New York Hospitality Management
Nice room, clean, good for money
Checked-in late, like 2am. The key was left with the doorman of another building, who gave me the key with no problem, but seemed to be phone-chatting with someone and didn't answer my questions, just said goodbye. Room is on 3rd floor - for those who find this a problem, clean, nice. The furniture is very old, but fine, nothing's broken. Full set of kitchenware and silver. Even some salt, pepper, butter, whatever is left from previous renters, I guess. Lcd TV, 20-smth inch. Didn't watch it. Phone, free int'l landline calls, free us calls. Internet, wired. No wi-fi, but not a big deal.
When made a reservation, we've said there will be 4 people, so 2 beds were made, but there were three guys, so two of us needed separate beds each. Luckily we've found a set of linen in a closet. Everything is just fine for the money, 3rd ave is 7-10 minutes idle walk to subway. There is a nice 24/7 food store right across the street, owned by a nice Korean man. Found everything we needed, milk, vegetables, bread, beer, whatever. May be we'll come back.