This apartment is great for families that want to visit New York from a central location, business travelers working in Midtown or Midtown South and shoppers who want to go to New York's best stores, which are just a few blocks away.
This is a classic New York City apartment, a throwback to a bygone era, built before people started getting shoeboxed into tiny units. It is designed to be lived in.
This location is a 5 minute walk from Grand Central Terminal and the Chrysler Building, 7 minute walk to the Empire State Building, 10 minutes to the United Nations, and 12 minutes to Times Square.
It is a one bedroom with a dining nook, large kitchen, bathroom and a well-appointed living room. The living room includes a convertible couch/queen sized bed and is well furnished with new furnishings. So it can sleep four comfortably.
The apartment is very large 1,200 square feet/120 sq Meters in total, with lofted 12 foot (4 Meter) ceilings throughout.
The apartment has all the amenities one would expect from a high-end home. It is outfitted with a full-sized bed, flat screen TV, Ipad/ Iphone Stereo Dock.
It has cable television and a secure and fast Wi-Fi connection.
Though it is naturally very cool in the summer, the apartment has two air conditioning units, one in the bedroom and brand new unit in the living room.
The location is in Murray Hill on East 37th Street between Park and Lexington Avenues. It is a high-end residential neighborhood.
All the City's major Subway lines are located nearby making it just minutes to anywhere in Manhattan. Many high-end hotels are located nearby as are many executive suite hotels.
This residential neighborhood also offers all the necessary retail services including restaurants, supermarkets, drugstores/pharmacies, banks, bars and dry cleaning/laundromats. Because of its proximity to the United Nations, this area is also home to many consulates.
The kitchen is fully equipped. The bathroom is large and has ample storage and a large in-tub shower. Our guests often tell us that they love our New York City water pressure.