Manhattan Studio Apartment: 2 Adults $125


Entire guest suite hosted by Judith

2 guests, 1 bedroom, 1 bed, 1 bath
Entire home
You’ll have the guest suite to yourself.
Outstanding hospitality
14 recent guests complimented Judith for outstanding hospitality.
A private apartment in a private building, this Studio is the perfect, serene retreat.

The space
There is a large studio apartment with a kitchenette. It is $125 per night. A continental breakfast, New York magazine, wifi and cable are included.
This brownstone is one of many on a quiet, tree-lined block between Lexington and Park - with free street-parking available. Half a block away is the neighborhood's "Restaurant Row" which lines Lexington Avenue from 99th to 102nd Streets. Mt. Sinai Hospital is a block away "as the crow flies" and many museums throng Fifth Avenue, which - together with Central Park - is two blocks away.

Where you'll sleep

1 queen bed

What this place offers

Free street parking
Hot tub
TV with standard cable
Air conditioning
Pack ’n Play/travel crib

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4.70 out of 5 stars from 138 reviews


Where you’ll be

New York, United States

This block is a calmer retreat from the high-energy assault of midtown; but there are a number of excellent restaurants here. A play street in the summer has meant that the diverse residents have developed close relationships over the years.

Hosted by Judith

  1. Joined in December 2012
  • 138 Reviews
When I was a little girl growing up in the South, I always used to fantasize that I was a child in New York City. I would envision myself roller skating to school, going to see the Christmas tree in Rockefeller Center or swimming at the beach on Coney Island. By the time I was four, I was determined to move to New York City when I grew up. Which I did. And I raised my own four children here on a diverse block with the whole city as their school and playground. They are all grown up now and their rooms lie empty. The treehouse from which one could see Central Park is still in our backyard; their video games are still in the play loft we built for them; many of their surviving toys are in the room where my grandchildren play when they come to visit. But for days on end no children are here. Meanwhile there are children all over the world who grow up with images of New York on their TV screens, in their books and in their movies. They, too, want to experience the city for themselves. And their parents want to bring them; but there are no other affordable accommodations specifically designed for families. The only children who ever get to see New York are the offspring of the 1%. At this B&B, families can strengthen their bonds and create lifelong memories together as they visit all the iconic New York sites: The Statue of Liberty, Times Square, The Museum of Natural History. But their children are also getting a taste of what it's like to be a New York City kid: playing stoop ball off our front steps, running through the sprinkler on our play street, eating ices off the corner hand truck. In short, AIRBNB is New York City's ambassador to future generations. Who knows? They may grow up and bring their kids here to see this city, too, someday.
When I was a little girl growing up in the South, I always used to fantasize that I was a child in New York City. I would envision myself roller skating to school, going to see the…

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Check-in: After 4:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

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Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm

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