About this listing
Your bedroom is a comfortable, private space with room for all your things. It's located just a 3 minute walk from the subway and 7 minutes from Central Park. You'll have access to a fully stocked full kitchen, a spacious, cozy living room, and full bathroom.
The bedroom has great natural lighting and has a comfortable, two-person bed with a nightstand, closet, and an additional over-head storage space, along with shelves for all of your things. Linens and towels are provided for you.
Within a 10 minute walk, there are numerous wonderful restaurants, boutique shopping stores, grocery stores, and other attractions, like museums and, of course, Central Park. Seeing the park in the snow isn't to be missed!
What makes this space especially attractive to visitors is how close it is to the subway. You are exactly two blocks away from the subway entrance, which means about a 3 minute walk!
I love hosting, and meeting people from all around. For those who want the insider's perspective, I love sharing what I know about the City and even taking people around, if they like. I hope to meet you soon! And please be sure to let me know if you have any questions at all!
Interaction with guests
I live here, too, so will often be here to help you with any questions you may have!
The subway is only 2 blocks away.
Other things to note
*ONLY TAKE YELLOW TAXIS!* Or you can take a car service you hired ahead of time. Everything else is a scam. If someone approaches you in the airport and offers you a ride, say no. I just learned that one of my guests paid $140 to get from the airport to here. You should only pay about $65 (including tip!) to get from the airport to here via yellow tax
Please be as quiet as possible when coming and going, to be respectful of the neighbor's peace. The only exception will have to be when opening and closing the apartment door, as it requires a hardy closing to stay shut.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
I love meeting new people just as much as I love New York City and really enjoy introducing new people to the city. When I'm not out taking a walk along a new street or avenue or trying a new cafe, I'm enjoying learning Salsa, volunteering, keeping fit at the gym, going to jazz clubs, and spending time with my friends.
I'm an international, having been born in Germany and growing up there until my teens. I'm a dual-citizen and speak both languages. I also speak Norwegian (I have a lot of Scandinavian friends here because of that) and have a beginner's understanding of Spanish. I'm presently deciding on whether I should perfect my Spanish or pick up another language entirely.