1960's style boho chic Large studio available with double platform style bed. Wireless, TV with VCR/DVD, ceiling fan. Near Hudson Park, Intrepid. Walk to Times Square, Port Authority all transportation. Cozy quiet, calm, a respite from the busy city.
Hardwood floors throw rugs, midcentury mod. Dog friendly mostly quiet building.
Greatest neighborhood in Manhattan for ethnic food from any country. Bird feeder on the fire-escape. Keep it filled or not for winter watching.
the entire apartment, unless I am in residence then we share.
I interact on an as needed basis. For a longer term rental, monthly.
This is the best neighborhood in Manhattan in my estimation.
All roads lead to Hell's Kitchen and the Times Square transportation hubs.
Dates that are blocked out are available to share with a solo traveler who is open to sharing the space. You would have the big bed and my cat will be in residence as well.
|Room type:||Entire home/apt|
|Bed type:||Real Bed|
|Extra people:||$25 / night after the first guest|
|Minimum Stay:||30 nights|
|Weekly Price:||$788 /week|
|Monthly Price:||$1888 /month|
I cannot say enough good things about Jaye as a host (and Ethel as a buddy!). I needed a place to stay in Manhattan while I started a new job and searched for an apartment--both pretty stressful activities individually, and exponentially more so when combined--and Jaye made my life so much easier. Her place was a perfect respite from my crazy commute and a great location for someone looking to get to know the city. But the experience was so much more than the apartment! Jaye left me some books about apartment-hunting in Manhattan, had a friend on hand to answer any questions I might have, and was flexible and gracious when taking care of the administrative details of my stay. I highly recommend Jaye as a host, and her apartment as a temporary home base. Thank you, Jaye, for your welcome and support for this new transplant!
We had a great stay on 45th Street. The location was perfect for getting to Times Square and the theatre district. Also wonderful for those who like to run/bike/walk along the Hudson River. Ninth Avenue (2 blocks east) has a wide variety of restaurants to choose from. The neighbourhood felt very safe. The bed is very firm and comfortable and the bathroom is clean (good shower too). Ethel, the cat, is super friendly and was always happy to see us when we returned from a long day of sight-seeing.
Picking up the key was fine - we were met by Jaye's friend who "showed us the ropes."
The studio apartment is small - ideal for one, do-able for two. There are also a lot of "props" for Jaye's work, which gave the apartment a certain charm, but limited where we could place our suitcases. However, after the first night, I felt like we were going 'home" to our New York aparment and that we had a true New York City living experience. I would definitly stay there again.
I had a last minute job come up in the city this week. I used the last minute option on BnB for the first time with amazing results! I had a huge number of options come up for a check in the next day. I choose Jayes apt in hells kitchen being only a block from the Intrepid where I would be working.
It's a great little spot with a WHOLE lot of character!! Ethel is a great addition if your an animal person, nice to have a buddy to come home to anytime!! I didnt spend a great deal of time at the apt, but its Manhattan, no one should. Key pick up/ check in was as easy as meeting a freind of Jayes at the apt. Another great experience it what is becoming an exciting/ different aspect of traveling for work/play with airbnb!! Thanks Jaye!
I had such a good stay in Jaye's place. The studio is so comfy and Ethel (the kitty) is the sweetest! You cant beat the location and I will def. contact Jaye the next time I am needing to stay in NYC. She was a pleasure to work with and I would recommend staying at her place to anyone. Cheers!
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