Freshly renovated room in our place in THE BEST neighborhood in Manhattan. All you could possibly want in an awesome New York City stay- right at your fingertips! Great apartment, great neighborhood, great amenities. Coffee, tea & breakfast are free!
Private room in our lovely, newly renovated modern apartment! Tons of light.
Full use of all common areas: kitchen, bathroom, living room... Coffee and tea are free! So are bananas and bagels, butter and jam for breakfast.
Interaction with Guests
Although I'm away working a lot, I've lived in the neighborhood for 11 years and will be around to answer any questions or give advice on dining, going out, etc.
Literally the best neighborhood in Manhattan to call home base on your visit. Loaded with fantastic restaurants, bars, cafes, music venues, art galleries, boutiques... you name it!
Just a few blocks away from the F, J & M trains. And right across the Williamsburg Bridge from Brooklyn.
Other Things to Note
A sweet, shy cat named Benito lives here... but he'll stay out of your hair.
No smoking inside the apartment please.
Host: Very cordial and accommodating
Amenities: WiFi, Living Room and TV for use, Tea and Coffee and Bagels in the kitchen
Space: Very clean and orderly. Accommodates two people comfortably. Temperature was maintained to a very comfortable level.
Overall: A very pleasant experience
The place across the street where we picked up our keys, Eastwood, was pretty cool for drinks/eats. The host was very nice and the bagels for breakfast she provided, along with the vast selection of teas, we were extremely thankful for. The bed is absurdly comfortable, the sheets and pillows were made of magical softness. The only catch is there is a pipe in the room (or above it) that had a dripping noise and the bed creaks a lot when you move. It was fine nonetheless, and we aren't particularly heavy sleepers. The location is fairly near to a few subway stations (although you could figure this out on (website hidden) Maps). All in all, thanks for the cool lodging, the price was unbeatable.
(unrelated side note: I accidentally left my American Crew shampoo and conditioner there, I hope someone gets good use out of it!)
Michelle's apartment is perfect for couples. It is truly well situated in Manhattan. Few minutes in metro are required to get main sites. She offered bagels, tea and coffee for breakfast. We felt welcomed. The room was clean and warm and she also provided towels. She and her family are really kind. Merci beaucoup !
The location is excellent, close to subway stations, bars and restaurants. Quite small room for a couple as I stayed with my husband but was enough for few days. Very clean, warm and cosy. We didn't have too much opportunity of contact with Michelle a part from our last day but she was very nice and friendly. We would definitely get back.
Quite nice located- next to Chinatown and Little Italy. When you walk longer you can reach easily Noho, Soho and East Village. Very clean, but just a small room- fits better for one person- u dont have a wardrobe. Open kitchen with living room flair. Michelle and Richard were always welcoming, open for questions, giving you tips. Free books, bagels, coffee, umbrella, German Tour Guide Book, towels. Thanks for having me and my friend! We loved the NYC experience! Thank you so much.
We had a great time in NYC... didn't spend a lot of time in the room because there is plenty to do! Not a ton of space, but didn't expect it to be big! The apartment is clean, warm and safe. There is a really cool bar just across the road that we enjoyed spending time in and the location is great for access to subway. Lots to do nearby as well. Michelle was a great host - she even left us umbrellas to use when the weather wasn't too great!
We stayed for a week in the apartment and had a very good time. The room was small but clean. The apartment is very well situated in Manhattan. You can walk from there to a lot of interesting stops and the subway is just 2 blocks from the house.
Michelle and her friend Richard are friendly and helpful.
I've been living in New York City for 11 years, and happily call the Lower East Side my home. I love to travel and plan to keep at it for the rest of my life. While I'm writing my first novel, I work in a well-known restaurant in Manhattan. I moved to NY from Illinois to get my Master's degree from Columbia University. Exploring, cooking, reading... some of the things I love.