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Enjoy your stay in New York City in the laidback neighborhood of Astoria, Queens. Only a quick train ride from Midtown Manhattan, this one bedroom vacation rental is the perfect place to get the real NYC experience of great food and passionate people without the noise and chaos that Manhattan includes.
This one bedroom apartment, ideally for vacation rentals, is furnished in contemporary décor. A large home theater system and wrap around couch make the living area idea for spending a night in relaxing. The separate kitchen is newly remodeled with stainless steel appliances, leather dining chairs, and clementine orange walls giving the room a welcoming atmosphere. The bedroom is furnished with a king sized bed and an entire wall of closet space. A flat screen television is also provided and the room includes a private entrance to a patio in the back.
The accommodation on 43rd Street and Broadway is located in the heart of Astoria. This neighborhood is traditionally known for its large Greek and Italian populations, but is now also known for a strong Latin influence and a hot destination for New York’s young professionals. An essential stop on your trip is to the Museum of Moving Image (0.6mi/1km) which sits on the campus of Kaufman Astoria Studios and is dedicated to the art and history of film. The ultramodern museum regularly screens critically acclaimed films such as a retrospective of the director Martin Scorsese. If you’re a little drowsy after watching films, head over to the Queens Kickshaw (0.2mi/290m) for some delicious third wave coffee and grilled cheese. End your night at Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden (1.2mi/1.9km), one of the last of its kind in New York City for a large glass of delicious beer and piping hot pirogues.
You can access the rest of New York City by train from the 46th Street / Broadway station (0.2mi/350m) for the E/M/R trains.
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