A one-bedroom apartment in Gramercy Park/Flatiron. It is just a couple steps away from the 6 line on 23rd/Park and close to Madison Square Park, Gramercy Park, and Union Square. The N,Q,R station is one block away. Despite its location in a busy intersection, it is a quiet apartment with doorman service and elevator.
The room has a queen size bed with full set of sheets and blankets in bedroom, enough space for 1. A work study area and HD TV flat screen in living room. Cable and Wifi service provided. The apartment is spacious, very clean, and cozy. It is also filled with sunlight. Laundry machines are located in the building.
The apartment has a kitchen with basic cooking necessities. A 24/7 grocery store is located just one block away.
I am more than happy to help you with any questions/dinner recommendations/fun bars during your stay for my neighborhood and other places in NYC.
Daniel is a great host. Bed is super comfortable. Bathroom is very clean and modern. Subway is 50 ft from front door. Would highly recommend to all.
Very nice apartment in a nice place just close to subway station. Daniel was very friendly and hospitable. i would recommend that apartment.
The location is great, the appartement is good, staying with Daniel in the appartememt was trouble free.
Very nice apartment in a super central location!
Daniel is a cool host with extensive knowledge of the neighbourhood
It is a really good place, well located. Daniel is a really nice person, I enjoy a lot my stay in there.
Daniel is a very considerate host, very friendly and offered good suggestions for places to eat in the neighborhood. The description provided was very accurate.
I've lived in NY since the summer of 2011. I have also traveled to other great cities in the world (Western/Eastern Europe, Africa, East and Southeast Asia, South and Central America). It's been awesome to experience the unique traits of all the places I've visited.
NYC is a fantastic city that personifies many of the best things you find in a large city and I look forward to introducing it so it lives up to the expectation of the "greatest city in the world!"