Fully furnished studio apartment, adapted from the former Front Parlor of a superb 1895 BrownstoneLocated in the heart of the Upper West Side, minutes from great dining, museums, shops and only one block from Central Park.Studio includes fully furnished kitchen and living room, with HD satellite television and free broadband internet and telephone service.USD 40 cleaning fee charged separately for each stay when guests reserve directly with Upper West Side Brownstone. Check-in is at 4 00 PM.
The Hampton Inn Manhattan-Chelsea NY hotel is a new modern 20 story high-rise hotel located in the trendy up and coming district of Chelsea New York bordering the West Village and Midtown Manhattan. This New York Hampton Inn hotel is equipped with all the latest conveniences to make you feel right at home in the Big Apple. The Hampton Inn hotel at Chelsea is located on the south side of 24th Street near the southwest corner of 6th Avenue between 6th and 7th Avenues.
Welcome to the Harlem Bed and Breakfast, a charming 1896 brownstone in the heart of historic Harlem and designed and intended to give you a sense of living in the neighborhood. Your hosts are lifetime New Yorkers and Harlemites, who avidly pursue activities, sites and attractions within driving distance of New York City. Guest rooms include comfortable single and double beds, with an amenities basket, AC, DVD player, and a continental breakfast.
The apartment is in a 3 family Brownstone house located in Central Harlem. Centeral Harlem is up and comming nieghbourhood of Harlem that is very interesting and exciting to stay or live in. It has many options to travel both within and outside New York City. It takes only less than 20 minutes on a train to get anywhere downtown, such as Time Square, Empire State Building, Soho or any of the best attractive sites of the City.
Elegant, erudite, anachronistic, comfortable and convenient Uptown Manhattan style in a historic townhouse directly across the street from the Morris-Jumel Mansion, George Washingtons headquarters for 1776s Battle of Harlem Heights. At the time Duke Ellington dubbed the house The Crown of Sugar Hill, jazzs aristocracy lived on the elegant blocks surrounding the Mansions park.