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Stay in my one bedroom apartment, only 2 blocks from Times Square. The apartment has a full size sofa in the living room and a comfortable queen size bed with a feather bed, so if you are only here for a couple of days, it could work for 3 people. There's a desk for doing work or surfing the Internet. There is also an old computer for your use. The building was built in 1910. The bathroom is vintage pink and black tile with a full bathtub and shower. The apartment is in the back of the building so even though it is only 2 blocks from Times Square, it's remarkably quiet and there are only 6 apartments in the building. It's a third floor walk up.
Guests can expect basic cable, air conditioning, wi-fi Internet access and a kitchenette, complete with a coffee maker, small refrigerator, stove top, convection and microwave ovens. There are thick, soft bath towels and all the comforts of home. It may not be luxurious but the convenient location and reasonable price will more than make up for the simplicity of the apartment.
The neighborhood has tons of delicious restaurants, ranging from classic NYC diners to Thai, sushi, Italian, French, Russian and everything in between, as Restaurant Row is only 4 blocks away. Most Broadway and many Off-Broadway theaters are within blocks as well.
The Port Authority Bus Terminal is only 1 block away for easy access to transit, both local and to and from all airports.
This is a real New York City apartment that will provide a quiet, cozy place to relax after a busy day of touring.
There are no set check in or check out times. I will work with you, around your flight times, to arrange to meet you at the apartment to exchange keys and answer any questions.
There is a grocery store across the street and a fruit and vegetable farmers market that is open six days a week. There is a new gourmet/healthy market around the corner and a larger grocery store one block away. There is a laundromat two short blocks away. They will pick up, wash, fold and deliver your laundry if you are looking to treat yourself. The post office is around the corner and both FedEx and UPS are nearby, within walking distance.
Make yourself at home, enjoy the apartment and the neighborhood.
Cats used to live here but not anymore.
I love traveling and being a tour guide, so much so that I am a licensed New York City Sightseeing Guide. Fancy, huh? I have lots of books about NYC History for you to peruse after a long day of visiting tourist attractions.
I have lived in Minneapolis, Los Angeles and London, but New York is home. When I lived in London, I swapped flats with a Londoner so having someone stay in my home isn't new to me.