|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
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Rental of 3 one-bedroom apartments: 2 on a first floor, one at garden level
a large studio with private garden
*I will be happy to send you more photos of the unit available, please tell me how many adults and children are traveling!*
Have you ever wondered how Newyorkers really live? Come stay in a confortable private home in the heart of the East Village, where Toni or Myself are there if needed. We are happy to welcome you to discover this gem in the heart of a great neighborhood. These studios have recently been renovated. They are spacious, luminous and located in a delightful dwelling from the mid 19th century. Come and enjoy your stay in the lively area where the brick walls tell the story of the place and our studios allow you to spend a relaxing time after having had a stressful course of the day.
Discover East Village with its numerous quality restaurants, bistro-bars and cafés where typical charming ambiance of New York welcomes you. Some close-by pharmacies and shops are open 24/7. There’s a grocery store, fruit and vegetable market and a hardware shop close-by.
Here you will get the possibility of experiencing the typical city life of New York. Come and relax.
Seven beautiful and bright studios, newly remodelled in a very urban style and very well isolated, you will not have noise problems and we will provide you with everything you need to have a great stay in NYC. Come and discover the charming East Village, live like a local in one of the seven studios we have at 321 E sixth street.
Brick walls, high ceilings, lots of light... and a friendly manager who will go out of his way to make your stay enjoyable.
Prices go from 180 to 260 dollars on double accomodations (lower january-march) extra guests are $30/day
312 E sixth street, New York (East Village)
Location/ Transport: The building is located between Wall Street and the Empire State Building. There are bus stops in the district and the cabs can be called at any time of the day. You have several underground lines (B, D, F, M, L, N, R, 4, 6,) in walking distance. Your are just 10 minutes by foot from the Union Square and the New York University or just 15 minutes from Soho and Washington Square. A slightly longer walk of 20 minutes will take you to Chinatown and after 30 minutes you will reach Wall Street.