About this listing
Railroad room for rent 5 minutes walking from Times Square. It is a three bedroom, one bathroom apartment in Hell's Kitchen, amazing!!
The room has a twin bed with a fully integrated wardrobe. Apartment floor plans in the picture for details. (5th floor no lift). Please check the floor PLANS!. You will pass through other room to get the bathroom.
One bedroom, one bath apartment in Hell's Kitchen. Cozy place in amazing location.
Air Conditioner in each room.
The Kitchen has all amenities such as stove, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, tea kettle, and all kitchen utilities (coffee machine and an awesome blender for your smoothies).
The bathroom is spacious. Hot water all day and fresh towels provided as well. If you like going to the gym, I can take you with me for three days for free to the New York Sport Club.
Only for the guests booking for more that a week we are providing the keys.
Interaction with guests
You can write me anytime in (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), Message, Viber, (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) and (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN). I am very happy to maintain a strong relation during your reservation so that you can have your best stay possible in New York.
Other things to note
The precise origins of Hell's Kitchen's trouble-stirring moniker are unclear, but they undoubtedly arose from its emergence as an Irish-mob-dominated neighborhood in the 19th century. Today, the area is becoming the city's queer hot spot—it's the site of about a dozen gay watering holes and New York's first luxury “straight-friendly" hotel, The Out NYC, which houses the sprawling XL Nightclub, Cabaret & Lounge. Ninth Avenue's constantly shifting array of multiethnic eateries draws theatergoers who shun Times Square's tourist traps. As gentrification takes hold, new apartment blocks are springing up in the former wasteland near the Hudson River—and development will kick into overdrive when the long-delayed mixed-use complex Hudson Yards and the last phase of the High Line finally come to fruition.
The headquarters of Troma studios is located in Hell's Kitchen. The Baryshnikov Arts Center opened at 37 Arts on 37th Street in 2005, the Orchestra of St. Luke's opened the DiMenna Center for Classical Music in the same building in 2011. The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater opened at 55th Street and Ninth Avenue in 2006.
If you follow these rules you're guaranteed a POSITIVE REVIEW from me :
- No shoes in the house. This is to keep the house clean.
- Please clean up after yourself in the kitchen and be courteous with noise levels since there will be other guests sharing the home.
- No guests of guests. There are plenty of bars and restaurant nearby to meet up with friends/colleagues, but guests of guests are NOT allowed in the home or roof deck, sorry.
- No smoking in the house or roof deck (building rules, please don't get me in trouble!)
Basically, I trust that you'll be reasonable :)
Thanks so much for your collaboration.
Hello!! Everyone, I am from Colombia, working in international business at NYC. Folklore dancer and fan of salsa music.
I love to travel with my family and visit art galleries and museums all over the world. I also enjoy cooking a variety of cuisines using fresh, local ingredients.
My home is always a happy place, which I love to share with others.