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The interior photos are from a model studio suite. The model studio suite is representative of both the quality and the style of the suites offered at this location. Description, floor plan and photos are for reference purposes only. Actual studio suite's dimensions, layouts and furniture may vary.
Do you want to live like a New Yorker, but crave the amenities and assurance of a hotel? If you answered yes, this studio suite for vacation rental is right for you. Located off of 48th Street and Lexington Avenue, this seventeen-floor apartment hotel building with elevator sits amidst the charming neighborhood of Midtown East. While the studio suite atmosphere, complete with kitchen, gives the feeling of living at home, this building provides many of the benefits of a hotel. Available for your stay are a full-time doorman with concierge services, gym, lounge and parking option (for a fee).
This accommodation comes complete with two queen sized beds, an open kitchen, and a bathroom. The living space is decorated with contemporary style as paintings hang from brightly colored walls and a modern carpet lines the floor. Lamps offer additional light and a night stand sits between the two beds, fresh with sheets. For extra seating and table space, a wooden desk with stools is perched near the nicely equipped kitchen. Included in this tiled kitchen are most of your cooking necessities, such as a microwave, coffeemaker, dishwasher, and a full fridge (though there is not a formal oven). All of these appliances allow for home-cooking without much stress, though you’ll likely also want to check out the luxurious restaurants surrounding you in Midtown! The private bathroom includes a tub, shower, and large mirror. For lazy days inside, attend an evening social in your own building, where food and beverages will be served. This building also offers buffet-style breakfast and a convenience store!
Midtown East is a great area to spend most of your time in NYC, as there is so much to see and do in the neighborhood. A short walk from the apartment building is Grand Central Station - not only a huge tourist destination, but also a convenient way to tour the city. Grand Central, on 42 Street and Lexington Avenue, offers the 4, 5, 6, 7, and S trains. It also contains such famous restaurants as Oyster Bar, Metrazur, and Michael Jordan’s Steakhouse. If you’re interested in window shopping during a holiday season or splurging on a gorgeous summer garment, walk down Fifth Avenue to visit the famously high-end boutiques of Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Prada, Fendi, Versace, Tommy Hilfiger, BCBG Max Azria, Salvadore Ferragamo, the original Saks Fifth Avenue, and many more! Also within walking distance are the beautiful Chrysler Building, Rockefeller Center, and the United Nations. Midtown East offers a variety of delicious restaurants to choose from. While you’re here, eat out at such beloved eateries as Sushi Yasuda, Ben & Jack’s Steakhouse, Japanese restaurant Sakagura, or the Tasty Café for brunch. For additional public transportation options around Manhattan, take a short walk to 51st Street and Lexington Avenue for the 6 and M trains, or get the E train at Lexington Avenue and 53rd Street.
This is a sample representation of a model apartment. The actual layout and exposure may differ.
Apartment floor plans in this site are not drawn to scale. They are an indication of the general layout and are intended as a guide only. Nothing contained in them should be considered to be an exact blueprint or statement of fact or warranty.
Review by: Patricia B.,
Oct 05 2013
Accommodation Rental: 3 days
The accommodation is in a very good location, but because of the works, the street was quite noisy some nights; the bedroom was great, only the door which had obviously been forced open, gave a strange feeling, even though it shut very well. Also, the elevators were too often out of service; we often had to use the stairs.
Answer by: Accommodation Owner
Dec 02 2013