Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 5

Key Info
  • Suitable for children over
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

NYC Vacation Suites:

Penthouse suite with a private rooftop deck and balcony. (Sleeps 4 - 6) Full Size, 2 Twins and Sofa Sleeps. And walking distance to the Rockefeller Center 10 mins & Events Calendar and Times Square 20 mins where the New Year's Eve Celebration Info ball drop is celebrated.

This beautiful newly renovated suite sleeps 5 - 6) in (4 beds), balcony and private roof deck in a really great neighborhood. Apartment features washer/dryer, granite kitchen, dishwasher, marble bath, hardwood floors, and video intercom. And brand new ultra comfortable Tempur-Pedic ® Beds and Tempur-Pedic® sofa-bed! And brand new ultra comfortable comforters, sheets, towels, Tempur-Pedic ® Beds and Tempur-Pedic® sofa-bed! Plus a complete kitchen with utensils and dining set.

This Midtown location with FREE Wi-Fi and 40” Vizio HDTV LCD 1080p flat screen with 200 digital channels. Suite is 1 bedroom with 2 separate sleeping areas and separate bathroom sleeps (4 - 5) guests comfortable; (2) guests on a very comfortable full size Serta Perfect Sleeper with Tempur-Pedic® Memory Foam bed and (1) guest on an optional very comfortable twin size Tempur-Pedic® Memory Foam chair-bed that easily converts into a bed in the bedroom. And (2-3) quests on a very comfortable queen size Tempur-Pedic® Memory Foam sofa-bed in the living room area and (1) guest on a optional very comfortable twin size Tempur-Pedic® Memory Foam chair-bed that easily converts into a twin size bed in the living area. Serta Perfect Sleeper® Edgebrooke Cushion Firm Euro top that feature an additional upholstery layer at the top of the mattress. The Edgebrooke mattress features a layer of tempur-Pedic® Memory Foam in the upholstery layer for subtle contouring and pressure relief. It also features Serta's exclusive Cool Balance™ Fabric Technology in the cover to help maintain a comfortable sleep surface temperature throughout the night. Brand new sheets are made of 100-percent Egyptian cotton in an 800 thread count with single-ply yarn construction, for ultimate softness and comfort.

Smoking allowed outdoors only. Smokey odors in any room(s) are subject to a $100.00 cleaning fee per incident. Cigarette burns are subject to a $100.00 repair fee per incident. All items in the suite must be returned or subject to replacement cost.

NYC Top 5 tourist spots and more are less than 10 minutes away. Empire State Bldg is 6 minutes, Times Square and Theatre District is 5 minutes, Rockefeller Center and ice skating rink and Christmas tree is 3 minutes. And 5th Ave shopping and Central Park is 5 minutes all by taxi or walk there in 10 minutes.

Tourist spots and Times Square in walking distance: Everything is with-in walking distance. And a much, much, more desirable location in the most exciting part of New York City. Walk to major attractions, world-class shopping and delicious International eateries. With all of NYC favorite tourist hot spots. Including Radio City Hall, Saks, Fifth Ave. Rockefeller Center and Ice skating rink, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Time Square, the Theatre District, Central Park, the David Letterman show, Top of the Rock observation tower, restaurant row, the Empire State Building, the United Nations Plaza and sooooo much more all with-in walking distance!!!

Most importantly, the subway stations are only a 5 to 10 minute walk.

Our location is within an unlimited variety of restaurants that range from fast food take-out to exquisite fine dining. There are also many health food markets for those who prefer to dine in. The Midtown nightlife also accommodates a wide range of interests through cafe lounges, bars and even authentic ethnic flavors! And a (7-10) minutes taxi ride to Whole Foods, theater and shopping and minutes to NYC favorite tourist attractions! And just minutes to/from LGA and JFK airports. Come explore the best of what New York City and the Midtown-Time Square have to offer at your door steps.

Housekeeping will meet and greet you on arrival with keys and all other info. ?You will also receive a confirmation email upon booking. Please read the confirmation carefully and you MUST respond by including your arrival airport, arrival time and mobile number where you can be contacted. And you MUST call us upon arrival at your airport for a timely check-in.

WE CAN NOT RECEIVE ANY MORE COMPLAINTS CONCERNING PARTIES. NO LOUD MUSIC. NO PARTIES. ANY MORE COMPLAINTS FROM OUR ASSOCIATION WILL RESULT IN TERMINATION OF RESERVATION.

New York City has an aura of its own that is unmatched by any other city in the world. It is not just the melting pot of cultures due to its high number of immigrant population but also a center of fashion, arts, movies, theatre, finance and commerce. If you are planning a visit to the Big Apple then do not miss visiting these places.

Midtown Manhattan, or simply Midtown, is a geographic area of Manhattan, New York City. It is home to some of the city's most iconic buildings, including the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, and the United Nations Headquarters. It contains world-famous commercial zones such as Rockefeller Center, Broadway, and Times Square.

Geographically, Midtown is commonly defined as the area south of 59th Street, east of the Hudson River, west of the East River, and though its southern border is less clear, most consider it to be somewhere between 14th Street and 30th Street. Overall, Manhattan can be divided into three geographic regions: 'Uptown', Midtown, and 'Downtown'.

As New York's largest central business district, Midtown Manhattan is the busiest single commercial district in the United States, and among the most intensely used pieces of real estate in the world. The majority of New York City's skyscrapers, including its tallest hotels and apartment towers, lie within Midtown. The area hosts commuters and residents working in its offices, hotels, and retail establishments; many tourists, visiting residents, and students populate the district. Some areas, such as Times Square and Fifth Avenue, have large clusters of retail stores. Sixth Avenue in Midtown holds the headquarters of three of the four major television networks. It is a growing center of finance, second in importance within the United States only to Downtown Manhattan's Financial District. Times Square is the center of Broadway theatre.

Times Square:

Is the heart of Manhattan and its entertainment hub. The theatre district of Broadway is nearby and there are many cinemas, restaurants, shopping malls and parks. You will need to spend at least one evening to capture the essence of this place.

United Nations: Is a distinctive complex in New York City, United States, that has served as the official headquarters of the United Nations since its completion in 1952. It is located in the Turtle Bay neighborhood of Manhattan, on spacious grounds overlooking the East River. Its borders are First Avenue on the west, East 42nd Street to the south, East 48th Street on the north and the East River to the east. Turtle bay is used as a synonym for the U.N. headquarters or for the U.N. as a whole.

Metropolitan Museum of Art:

Probably the most popular museum in New York City, the Met holds a treasure trove of artifacts, paintings and sculptures, among other items. You will be dazzled with the history that exudes from every column of this museum.

Central Park: Is the heart of Manhattan and provides you with the essential breathing space. You can laze around; enjoy boating in the lake or watch public performances in the open air theatre. Frequently displayed and referenced in popular films and television shows, Central Park is arguably one of the most famous parks in the world. According to the Central Park Conservancy, more than 35 million people a year visit the park, which is located in Central Manhattan. Central Park measures 843 acres and six miles around and includes seven bodies of water, lawns and wooded areas. The park is open year-round. Available activities include playgrounds, bicycling, baseball and bird watching. Common tourist destinations within the park include Belvedere Castle, Charles A. Dana Discovery Center and the Conservatory Garden.

Empire State Building:

Since opening in 1931, the Empire State Building has received 120 million visitors, according to NYC Tourist. A world-renowned fixture of New York City's skyline, the 1,453-foot skyscraper is located on Fifth Avenue and 34th Street in midtown Manhattan. The skyscraper features observatories on the 86th floor and the 102nd floor. Glass-enclosed high-speed elevators lead up to the outdoor promenades around the building where visitors can use high-powered binoculars. No visit to New York City is complete without ascending the 102 stories of the Empire State Building. There is a large viewing deck on the top that offers commanding views of all five boroughs and the neighbor state of New Jersey.

East Village:

This trendy Manhattan neighborhood is filled with chic art galleries, night club hotspots, world-famous restaurants, shopping and museums, public displays and theaters. Spend an afternoon strolling the local neighborhoods and attractions such as Nolita, Chinatown, Little Italy, Canal Street and New York University (NYU). You can admire the upscale boutiques or enjoy the East Village's excellent cafes. This bohemian center of New York attracts millions of tourists. The area is also popular for its vibrant nightlife.

Rockefeller Center:

Located in the center of Midtown is a complex of nineteen commercial buildings spanning 22 acres and located between Fifth Avenue (shopper's paradise) and Sixth Avenue. Best known for its Christmas tree', 'Top of the Rock' observation deck and 'Radio City Music Hall' home of the Rockettes, is a great New York destination for all visitors any time of the year.

Statue of Liberty:

One of New York City's most iconic landmarks, the Statue of Liberty welcomes thousands of visitors each day. Located on an island in the waters of the Upper New York Bay, visitors can only access the monument by ferry. A colossal neoclassical sculpture on Liberty Island in New York Harbor designed by Frédéric Bartholdi. A gift from France on October 28, 1886 is of a robed female representing Libertas, the Roman goddess of freedom, who bears a torch and (a tablet evoking the law) upon which is inscribed the date of the American Declaration of Independence. A broken chain lies at her fee

Welcome to NYC and we look forward to hosting your vacation!

Dean

NYC Vacation Suites

Top 10 NYC Vacation Attractions:

Times Square

Central Park

Statue of Liberty

Empire State Building

Brooklyn Bridge

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Museum of Natural History

Grand Central Terminal

Bronx Zoo

Yankee Stadium

Size Sleeps up to 5, 1 bedrooms
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 10 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: JFK And LGA, Nearest railway: Grand Central 87 E 42nd St New York
Family friendly Suitable for children over 5
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access
General Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden

The New York region

Times Square is always a must-see for first time Manhattan adventurers, and can be an overwhelming and exhilarating experience. Huge billboards of fashion icons and bright advertisements can distract even a New Yorker trying to make his or her way through the dense crowds of people looking skyward.

In the past, Times Square was notorious as the city's seedy underside. But now when you think of Times Square, think again -- its spirit and style have changed dramatically since the mid '90s. It is still the heart of the city and the crosswords where commerce meets the performing arts, but the crime rate has plummeted, the sidewalks are among the cleanest in the city, and more and more "legitimate" business are moving in every day. If it weren't for all the enormous, dazzling "supersigns," the "zipper" flashing the latest news, the dense displays of head- and taillights, and the constant flow of 1.5 million pedestrians, you might not recognize it at all.

What hasn't changed is the entertainment: as always, the ways to amuse and delight yourself are endless. All of the "Great White Way" lies within the boundaries of Times Square; with 39 theatres (many of which are landmarked), it is home to the highest concentration of showplaces in the world.

To the north (and a block or two east) is Rockefeller Center, between Fifth & Seventh Avenues and 49th & 51st Streets. The most famous building in this area is GE Building ("30 Rock"), which is home to NBC's New York studios, where "Saturday Night Live," "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon," and the "Today" show are taped. It's also where you'll find the NBC Experience/Studio Tour, and Top of the Rock, the refurbished observation deck that re-opened in 2005 after being closed for 20 years.

Nearby on Sixth Avenue is the "showplace of the nation," Radio City Music Hall, home of the Rockettes, the Mighty Wurlitzer, the annual Christmas Spectacular, and various concerts and performances. Tours are offered seven days a week from 11am to 3pm.

Sometimes referred to as the "Street of Diamonds," the Diamond District (47th Street from Fifth to Sixth Aves.) is jammed with individual stores and exchanges, their windows ablaze with shimmering diamonds and other fine gems. Imagine one store with more than two million items of fine jewelry and diamonds -- this is that store, with an unparalleled selection of styles in every conceivable price range, from the most modest to the most grand. A great deal is not hard to find; in fact, store owners are often seen roaming up and down the street, ensuring that their prices can't be beat.

New York City

Midtown East is also home to some of the city's most famous buildings and structures. Grand Central Terminal isn't just the world's most famous train station -- it's also a midtown destination for shopping (with a multitude of specialty stops), dining, public events, and tours. GCT is steps away from the Chrysler Building, which, while not open to the public, remains the one of the world's finest examples of 1930s Art Deco architecture and the second-tallest building in the city. The United Nations headquarters, built in 1949-50, is also nearby. Guided tours are offered seven days a week (except during January and February, when the UN is closed to the public on weekends). The 56-story Chanin Building is one of the more well-known, ornate Art Deco buildings in the city. One of the city's finest examples of 1960s architecture, the steel-and-glass Ford Foundation Building is home to a beautiful, open-to-the-public, 1/3-acre interior semi-tropical garden complete with lily pond. Beautiful churches are also found in this area, including St. Patrick's Cathedral, St. Bartholomew's Church, and St. Vartan Armenian Cathedral.

Midtown is not only the center of Manhattan, but also the center of many visitor trips to New York. This section covers the west side of Midtown, approximately 34th Street to 42nd Street, west of Fifth Avenue, including Hell's Kitchen. For Midtown East, click here.

This area of Manhattan is home to many of the city's most iconic destinations. The 102-story Art Deco masterpiece the Empire State Building is the city's tallest building, and undoubtedly its most famous. As fans of Sleepless in Seattle, King Kong, and An Affair to Remember know, its observation deck is one of the most romantic places in the city.

The Empire State Building is located near the park at Herald Square, an area which includes Macy's 11-floor flagship store, while 34th Street is home to a number national chains. (Herald Square is also the final stop for the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.) Seventh Avenue is also known as Fashion Avenue, and for good reason: anything involving fashion can be found from West 36th to 40th Streets between Seventh and Eighth Avenues. This is a fashion mecca, housing everything from buttons, to fabrics, and even furs. Wholesale fur shops can be found all around 29th Street and Seventh Avenue. The Garment District is located between Fifth and Ninth Avenues from 34th to 42nd Street, and is considered the center for fashion design and manufacturing in the U.S. The Fashion Walk of Fame runs along the east side of Seventh Avenue from 35th to 41st Streets. Honorees include Marc Jacobs, Betsey Johnson, Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, Oscar de la Renta, and Ralph Lauren. You'll find the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) on 27th Street between Seventh & Eighth Avenues; The Museum at FIT is open Tuesdays through Saturdays, and features exhibits with a emphasis on fashion and culture particularly clothing, costumes, textiles, art, and design.

In the area west of Herald Square, you'll find many other NYC icons. The fourth incarnation of Madison Square Garden is located atop Penn Station at 34th Street and Seventh Avenue. Madison Square Garden is home to the Knicks, Rangers, Liberty, and hosts numerous concerts and staged performances, including one every holiday season (A Christmas Carol and Annie were recent productions). Penn Station is the busiest train station in the U.S., serving Amtrak, the MTA (NYC's buses and subways), New Jersey Transit, and the Long Island Rail Road. Across Eighth Avenue from Penn Station and the Garden is James A. Farley Post Office, NYC's General Post Office. The building, bearing the inscription, Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds, is a National Historic Landmark, and occupies eight acres. Port Authority Bus Terminal is located at Seventh Avenue & 42nd Street.

On Fifth Avenue and 42nd St., you'll find Bryant Park and the main branch of the New York Public Library. Bryant Park (named for William Cullen Bryant) hosts many city events, including Fashion Week, movies on Monday nights during the summer, and the Citi Pond at Bryant Park, a free ice-skating rink (rentals are extra) from mid-October to mid-January. The New York Public Library is a beautiful beaux-arts building (completed in 1911) and architectural stunner that hosts interesting exhibitions, and, as a research library, its books and rare treasures make it one of the worlds most important.