|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
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OUR APARTMENT IS LOCATED JUST ABOVE CHELSEA IN THE HELL'S KITCHEN/TIMES SQUARE/THEATER DISTRICT AREA ON W52ND BETWEEN 8TH AND 9TH AVENUES.
This is a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom unit located in Midtown.
Perfect for a romantic getaway or vacation with friends and family.
The Hendrix - DESCRIPTION:
1. 13' foot exposed beam ceilings with antique stained glass skylight in the living room.
2. Reclaimed hardwood floors.
3. Exposed brick and custom plaster work walls.
4. Wood burning fireplace in living room.
5. Custom lighting
6. Wall mounted TV with high end surround sound speaker system (just plug in your device to listen to music or watch a movie.
7. Full size sleeper sofa...very comfortable
1. Built in banquette seating for 8 people around solid oak Brazilian hardwood table
2. Reclaimed wood floors
3. Custom lighting
4. Dining and beverage service for 8
1. Custom cabinets with iron and glass doors
2. Butcher block counter tops
3. Coffee station with 4 types of coffee and tea brewers
4. imported tile floors
5. High end cookware and cooking utensils
7. Juicers, toaster, food processor, blender
Kitchen is very spacious with all the cookware and equipment to cook a feast.
En-suite Master bedroom:
1. Upright tuned Baldwin Piano
2. Queen size bed with ultra premium hotel quality mattress, bedding and linens.
3. Wall mounted flat screen TV with Netflix
4. Large closets and dresser drawers
5. Massage chair
En-suite Master bathroom:
1. Antique claw-foot bathtub with shower with all brass hardware
2. Antique bidet with all brass hardware
3. European dual flush toilet
4. Spanish tile and Italian marble.
5. Brass heated towel rack and heated floors.
6. Full mirrored pocket door.
7. Bath & hand towels and wash cloths.
1. Full/queen premium hotel quality mattress, bedding and linens.
2. Full 8' Shoji screen inspired wall.
En-suite second bathroom:
1. Fully enclosed imported tile steam room with shower and toilet(No Sink).
2. Stained glass pocket door.
3. Custom light box skylight in shower.
4. Bath towels and wash cloths.
*Hidden wall safe.
* High speed WiFi
*Flat screen TV's
*Imported tile custom Steam Room/shower
*On demand heat and Air conditioning throughout
*State of the art sound system
*Spacious at nearly 1,000 Sq/FT
*3rd floor walk up
Reservations of three nights or less may incur a surcharge.
Pay Pal processing fees apply.
We require a deposit payment equal to 50% of your total rental fee in order to reserve the apartment.
Deposits can be paid in-person by check or cash or you can mail a check. mailed or by PayPal It only takes a few minutes to set up a Pay Pal account. You can link your credit card to your account as your funding source and you'll receive all the benefits and protection your credit card company offer when making payment through Pay Pal.
Personal checks will be accepted only if drawn on a US bank and received at least one month in advance of your check-in date. Note that reservations are confirmed only after funds have cleared.
Balance of rental fee is due in cash at the time of check-in or you can Pay Pal the balance 48 hours prior to check in.
All guests are greeted upon arrival to exchange keys and payments, regardless of arrival time. Please let us know what time you plan on arriving to the apartment at least one week before your check-in date.
Check In & Check out times:
Check in is after 3:00PM and Check out is prior to 11:00AM
We honor full or partial cancellation with 30 days notice prior to reserved check-in date.
A 20% re-booking fee will be charged for the canceled dates.
After 30 days, we'll refund any dates we are able to re-book minus a 20%
PARTIES, GATHERINGS & NOISE
Parties, large gatherings, excessive noise and smoking are strictly NOT permitted.
Gene, David purchased this apartment in 2000
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION...THE APARTMENT IS IN THE MIDST OF THE NYC ART, DINING AND NIGHTLIFE DISTRICT. WALK TO MOST ATTRACTIONS IN 5-10 MINUTES
TIMES SQUARE, THEATER DISTRICT, CENTRAL PARK, LINCOLN CENTER, COLUMBUS CIRCLE, ROCKEFELLER CENTER, 3 SUBWAY STATIONS, DOZENS OF CAFE'S AND HUNDREDS OF BARS AND RESTAURANTS ARE ALL WITHIN A SHORT WALK FROM THE APARTMENT.
I stayed at this apartment with my family in July. The apartment is nice, cosy and I loved the banquet seating, the kitchen, the unusual charm of the place. We were 5 people and it was comfortable. The owner is very nice and available. I will definitely contact him again for next stays.
The best part of this apartment was the location. The only minor inconvenience was not having a washer/dryer but we used the wash and fold delivery service around the corner and they were quick and cheap and did a good job.
We also appreciated being in Hell's Kitchen as we are all foodies. Marc and Ang were a pleasure to work with. During the evening we hit Broadway shows. The apartment is only a 3 minute walk from the theater district. In the morning we walked to Central Park which is only 7 short blocks away!
We were very happy with this apartment. It was completely worth having to climb 3 flights of stairs. The apartment is truly a unique one of kind NYC experience. Best of all though, was the location. Incredible!!! I definitely recommend it.
Read all the reviews and you'll notice lots of mythical "plumbing problems." We booked this apartment to arrive on a Saturday and depart on Wednesday. Late on the evening before our arrival, the owners emailed us to tell us there were "plumbing problems" and we could not have the apartment until Sunday. They found us a hotel room for Saturday night - 5 of us in one room - which was fine, but was $200 cheaper than the apartment we had already paid for. (They did not pass that savings on to us, of course.) After this major inconvenience, they gave us a 15-minute window to arrive at the apartment the next day - we we're told to arrive no earlier than 11am and no later than 11:15am. I already suspected that they had double-booked the apartment and my suspicions were confirmed when we arrived. We found the cleaning lady stripping the beds & taking out the pizza boxes and wine bottle from the renters who had OBVIOUSLY just checked out. Hence the strict arrival time; they clearly think we are pretty stupid.. They made $200 extra just by double-booking their apartment. The security deposit was supposed to be returned within 5 business days; it took three weeks and two email reminders - they would never have sent it if I hadn't pestered them. The apartment itself is nothing special, and the owners/managers are liars & crooks. I am going to contact HomeAway directly to report them. Still want to book this place?
I had such a great time in NYC and the host were so great! The apartment was clean and conveniently located. Everything we needed was provided in his apartment. The check in and check out process was incredibly convenient and she waited for us to arrive to inform us about the necessary details. she was friendly and always ready to help if we had any queries. I would definitely come back again!
Ang was very helpful and responsive to start off with and highly accommodating. The venue was located in the perfect location just a few blocks away from shopping, restaurants, and the local train station. The space layout was very nice and clean. The pictures do not do it justice. I wild highly recommend this place to anyone visiting the city!
The neighbourhood was incredible being situated across some highly recommended restaurants and nearby to some excellent shopping areas and some major attractions we wanted to .The host was very responsive and quick to ensure in how she managed the communication. I will definitely be back for my next time in New York.
Hell's Kitchen: Bursting with energy and devilish charisma, Hell’s Kitchen continues to evolve as high-rises move in and crooked characters move out. This classic New York City neighborhood is near it all—theaters on Broadway, green lawns in Central Park, and revered mom-and-pop culinary mainstays. As a storied NYC haunt, Hell’s Kitchen lives up to its unmistakable mystique.
The Theater World
If you've made it to this point in our slideshow, chances are you're a fan of the stage. After all, were it not for the presence of the Theatre District, Hell's Kitchen may as well be Murray Hill. To feel like a real industry insider, step behind the curtain and into Hell's Kitchen's vibrant creative community. The Drama Book Shop is the first stop for doing so. The store has worked so diligently to stock esoteric manuscripts, new vocal scores and many other professional reference materials that it won the Tony Honor for Excellence in the Theatre in 2011, on its 94th birthday.
Just as you will potentially find yourself browsing the shelves of The Drama Book Shop alongside emerging actors and playwrights, a trip to LaDuca Shoes may produce a glimpse of a celebrity fitting. Numerous Broadway hoofers swear by Phil LaDuca's Italian-made character and custom shoes, for their glove-like fit and comfort. Although the former dancer and his clientele definitely warrant rubbernecking, his lay collection of women's shoes provides legitimate reason to enter the shop. The same goes for the makeup resource Alcone, where the trade accouterments include prosthetics and fake blood. You may not require such specialties, but bargain products like fake eyelashes and makeup remover will get you through the door, and tips from the sales associates will have you feeling like a pro. Of course, don't get so involved that you forget to attend the theater itself!
Going aboard the Intrepid is a must-do, ranking alongside an elevator ride to the top of the Empire State Building. The 1943 aircraft carrier has hosted the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum since 1982, after doing tours of duty in World War II and Vietnam. Besides teaching about the vessel itself, a tour through the museum includes stops at aircraft and exhibits that narrate wartime history and the heroic service performed by military and civilians. If you want to make like the Intrepid and float in the Hudson River yourself, then head to Pier 96, where swimming is permitted, albeit only as part of events organized by the Manhattan Island Foundation; in other words, schedule carefully.
Landlubbers can enjoy the coastal scenery at Hudson River Park. This miles-long stretch of Manhattan waterfront contains spectacles for every onlooker, from the naturalist to the skyline lover. The establishment of the park in 1998 also played a key role in the transformation of Hell's Kitchen from den of iniquity into hub of activity. Consider exploring the park via the NYC Greenway bike path, first by renting a two-wheeler at Bike and Roll at Pier 84. This is a great way to explore Hell's Kitchen overall, because the neighborhood boasts multiple bike lanes, as well as places to park and stretch. One rest stop is De Witt Clinton Park, whose six acres include children's play space, dog runs, Maria's Perennial Garden and sports fields—where pickup games of basketball or handball might prevent you from resting much at all.
Many visitors happen on to Hell's Kitchen pre- or post-theater, because the neighborhood is immediately adjacent to Broadway. The Theatre District spirit thrives within Hell's Kitchen, too, thanks to countless Off-Broadway venues where experimental drama and future blockbusters are thrilling audiences. A consistently bright star in this constellation is Ars Nova, whose programming more than makes up for a less central location. The not-for-profit was founded in 2002 to nurture emerging voices in comedy, music and theater, and the shows featured on its intimate stage regularly garner praise.
Just as Ars Nova runs the gamut of performing arts, so does Hell's Kitchen. After drama, dance is a neighborhood specialty, thanks in part to the presence of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater at The Joan Weill Center for Dance. Alvin Ailey founded the company in 1958 to celebrate African-American culture and modern dance in America, and it has occupied New York's largest building dedicated to dance since the facility's completion in 2005. That year also marked Mikhail Baryshnikov's launch of the Baryshnikov Arts Center (BAC) on the top three floors of a mid-rise that also houses the Orchestra of St. Luke's DiMenna Center for Classical Music. BAC presents dance, music and other shows in spring and fall seasons in its Jerome Robbins Theater and Howard Gilman Performance Space, and it supports artists in residence year-round.
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event Price|
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
for 2 nights
|Notes: Rates are based on 4 guests; add £18 per night, per additional guest|
|Cleaning and Laundry||£150|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£394|
50% deposit to reserve the apartment.
We accept all major credit cards through Pay Pal, checks drawn on US accounts, bank transfers/wires.
We honor full or partial cancellation with 30 days notice prior to reserved check-in date. A 20% re-booking fee on the full amount will be charged for all canceled dates.
After 30 days, we will refund any dates we are able to re-book minus a 20% re-booking fee.
* Approximate monthly price. Actual pricing will depend on the days of the month you stay.