About this listing
Very clean, naturally sunlit, two bedroom, one bath apartment centrally located in historic Harlem. NYC is your oyster...come explore the Big Apple from Harlem Bed and Breakfast Style!
Great hostess who believes in "Southern Hospitality" and making each guest feel special. Come stay in a spacious two bedroom apartment with a large common area and lots of natural sun light on the second floor of an elevator building. Stay in historic Harlem just two blocks away from Sylvia's, Corner Social, Red Rooster and the 2/3 train. You will also be located just a few blocks away from the Apollo Theater, 4,5,6,A,B,C,D trains the M60 bus to LaGuardia, Central Park North, and several historic churches!
Bagels and juice
Private Bedroom for 1 or 2
(Weekly rate applies for bookings of two or more weeks.)
What is your pleasure? A Walk, Bike ride or Picnic in Central Park? Shopping on Madison Ave., 5th Ave., or Century 21? Broadway shows, Summer Concert series at Lincoln Center, Free shows in the Parks or Street Fairs? You will have quick and easy access to all from this apartment and always have a clean and safe place to call your home while in NYC!
Easy access to all 5 boroughs
Interaction with guests
I'm usually present during guests stay to offer guidance and insight to the local happenings. We share the bathroom when I'm in town. If I'm not in town, we can always chat via Whstsapp if you're in need of guidance or have questions! :)
Harlem is a bustling ball of energy that offers the best of Manhattan without the over crowding of mid-town or downtown Manhattan. Our restaurant scene is tops and getting better every year. Check out these restaurants online prior to your arrival: Red Rooster, Sylvia's, Tio Luca, Minton's, Corner Social, Lido, Chez Lucienne, Settepani, Barawine, Bodega 57, and many others listed on Yelp.
Public transit is only a 3 block walk away from my apartment. These are the trains in my immediate area that take you to every corner of NYC: A, B, C, D,2,3,4,5,6, Metro North and the M60 Bus to La Guardia airport. Please see the MTA map online for further details about the trains on 125th street.
Other things to note
We share the bathroom when I'm home.
There's a queen size bed and a sofa in the guest room.
The medium towel is for the bathroom floor in case you get water on the floor.
Towels easily dry when hung on the rack behind your bedroom door.
Please clean up and pick up after yourself.
Please place the plastic shower curtain in the bath tub only, not the decorative curtain.
Please keep the windows closed when you turn on the air conditioner.
Please turn off all appliances, lights, air conditioner, and fan when you leave.
Please hang towels on the hooks provided in your room behind the door.
Please store all personal items in your room.
Please throw all feminine products in the kitchen garbage.
Please no personal items left in the bathroom.
Only you, as a single guest reservation and/or your companion, as a double guest reservation, are invited as guests while here in the home unless otherwise agreed upon. Thank you.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.
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I am a trained opera singer who has sung throughout the USA and Europe, specifically Italy. I have also sung in Austria and have travelled to France and Germany. I speak Italian, French, and some German fairly well but my most proficient foreign language is Italian, then French, and my German ist nicht so gut! I am from the Southern part of the USA and I believe in "Southern Hospitality" and love to have guests in my home. So, if you are looking for a warm and inviting space then you have found the right host.
I enjoy foreign films, running stairs in various parks here in NYC, and visiting with friends.
The five things that I cannot live without is a clean bathroom, Cadbury Fruit and Nut chocolate bar, (I love the rum and nut, and coconut Ritter Sort), great bath products, high quality skin cream, and a breeze on a hot day in NYC.
I am from a professional family: my Mom is a nurse and my Dad is an engineer. I have two sisters one of whom works in the pharmaceutical industry, and the other who is an attorney. I went back to school and obtained a professional certificate in Orthopedic Extremities and Biologics with a minor in the Spine Specialty and was also Valedictorian of my class. When not singing, I run a medical device and medical matketing business.
My style of hosting is to make sure that my guest(s) are very comfortable and have everything that they need.
My life motto is "Everything and everyone is a part of my good and life supports my happiness and abundant success!" This can only be true if I am supportive of the good and happiness of others.....