A sunny and spacious room in an pre-war apartment in a vibrant neighborhood, right between Gramercy Park and the East Village. Great proximity to Union Square and Brooklyn. The private room comes with a Queen sized bed. Hosts and guests share bathrooms, living room and kitchen.
Very close to subways! 500 feet from the 1st Avenue L station, or 0.4 miles from the Union Square (4/5/6, N/Q/R/W, and L) Station.
It's on the 3rd floor of a classic lower-Manhattan apartment (NO elevator). The bedrooms are light-filled and the living room and bedrooms spacious (by Manhattan standards). It's in an extremely vibrant area, but the street surprisingly quiet, as I am across the street from a historic school building and small park.
Anything in the public space & fully-equipped kitchen is open for use. Lounging on the couch or cooking in the kitchen is fine by me. I make space for guests food in the refrigerator and cabinets.
Общение с гостями
I've found that most guests are busier than even we are, so our interaction is limited.
We're both friendly and happy to chat about things to do and see in the city, but if an important part of your AirBNB experience is spending time with hosts, you may be disappointed as there's a good chance we'll be out and about during much of your stay.
Другие важные подробности
Key pick-up is 24-hours/ day, at the 7-11 market that is a block from the apartment. Guests should note that checking-in requires a visit to a nearby 7-11 prior to entering the apartment.
This apartment is on the 3rd floor and there is NO elevator.
We almost always have the bed sheets changed for incoming guests upon arrival. Very rarely, we may ask we place new sheets on in the evening (after we return from work), while an otherwise clean room is ready for you (including fresh linens if you care to put on yourself)
No smoking in the apartment or on the stairs in front of the apartment.
CHECK-IN: 3 PM
CHECK-OUT: 11 AM
If you expect to arrive or depart outside the times listed above, you are welcome to leave your packed bags in a common area if your travel itinerary requires it. ONLY if you advise us of these needs prior to your arrival.
Jeff - Born and raised in the NY-area. I studied Transportation Engineering in Chicago, and now work for the city's Subway and Bus system (some guests have found that interesting & helpful)
I don't think anyone could ever be an expert on all the things to do in NYC, but I try to get to my fair share of live-music events, outdoor daytrips and restaurants in my own neighborhood. I also have a great passion for traveling, and filled up my last passport. I enjoy meeting people from around the world. My next dream trips are skiing in Japan (Hokkaido) and visiting Copenhagen.
TJ - Minnesota native, studied biology at the University of Utah working as a pharmaceutical rep in Manhattan.
Like most New Yorkers we spend most of our time out of the apartment trying to make the most of our city. During the week (and many weekends) we won't be home, so the apartment is yours to roam.