Apartment, 1 Bedroom + Convertible bed(s), 1 Bath, (Sleeps 2-4)
Anthony J Hom
Pool / Spa
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 14 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 4
Great place to stay on upper west side manhattan
My family and I recently stayed in this one bedroom apartment. It was a great location, a block from the Museum of Natural History and Central Park, Children's Museum of New York, the Beekman Theatre and Lincoln Center were close by.and the restaurant where they filled Tom Hanks Meg Ryan You've Got Mail. Apartment was well furnished with plenty of utensils and chinaware. We were provided with full set of linens and bath towels, and we could always ask for more. Kitchen was well stocked. Great internet and TV reception. Sofa fold out bed fit out children. Also a lot of closet space for a one bedroom. Heat worked well. We loved going to Central Park in the morning for jogging. I would recommend it. The host tony was great. Whenever there was a problem he sent over staff to fix. Again, cant beat the location.
Exactly as advertised.
Great location with short walks to the 1,B and C. No dishwasher, bed is a little uncomfortable and I recommend bringing your own pillows. But overall, really great.
Great Location, A Little Small
I spent two months in this apartment and had a wonderful stay. For me, the location was unbeatable -- two blocks from Central Park and three blocks from the 79th Street subway stop, close to Zabar's, Fairway, and lots of great restaurants. 15 minutes across the park to the Met. While this is what passes for a one-bedroom in NYC, it's actually one large room that has been divided in half with a bathroom at the far end of the bedroom and a "kitchen" carved out of one corner in the living room. Cooking was pretty much out of the question other than reheating and microwaving, but with Seamless and so many restaurant that will deliver, I didn't need to cook. The pictures are accurate, although the kitchen is a little tired. Because it's on the ground floor, you have to keep the lower blinds closed unless you want pedestrians to be able to see inside. The landlords were responsive to anything we needed and the other tenants in the building were very friendly.
Apartment was in a great location. Close to Central Park, close to restaurants and a 2 block walk to the subway. The neighbourhood felt safe, and it was great for evening strolls. We walked every where. We even walked down to the theatre district, Rockerfeller Plaza and Times Square. It was a bit of a trek to walk that far but the weather was so nice we enjoyed the walking. For those who don't want to walk that far the subway is just down the street.
This apartment was the right size for the 2 of us. I think it would be fine for an extra child but 3 adults would feel pretty cramped.
The internet worked without a hitch.
Photos were accurate and it had all the amenities we needed for our stay
-the bedroom needs some new,real pillows. The pillows were very thin, no support and uncomfortable to sleep on. It was like there were no pillows at all. I advised Tony of the situation while we were there but never heard back from him.
-the couch needs a good cleaning and possibly updating. It's a beige couch in a rented apartment; you can see where it is worn and dark from sitting on. It doesn't look clean....which doesn't mean that it isn't.
We have replaced the pillows with brand new ones
The sofa is thoroughly cleaned after each stay
FANTASTIC Location!!! Close to bus and subway, great restaurants nearby. Loved the apartment and would stay again.
Pictures are accurate. Jacuzzi tub was wonderful. Internet / TV was IFFY to non existent, even after following all the reset suggestions. Bed was Hard, to the point of feeling bruised after sleeping on it. Very few dishes and no regular glasses. Needs ice trays. Apt was clean and well maintained.
We have reset the internet. The wi fi and TV are working well. We have replaced the mattress with a softer one. We have 8 dishes and bowls and 8 regular glasses including wine glasses. We have added additional ice trays.
The apartment is located in a building on upper west side of Manhattan between 79 and 81th street at Amsterdam & Columbus, 1 bedroom, 1 Bath, maximum 4 persons,You are walking distance to Central and Riverside Parks, Museum of Natural History, Fairways, Zabars, Movie theatres and Lincoln Center. Public transportation is one block away.
Interesting places abound nearby
Dreamy and evasive Cafe Lola on 83rd between Columbus and Broadway is where Tom Hanks dated Meg Ryan in You Got Mail. The pastry is as luscious and decadent as the French decoration. A must visit. Then around the corner you have the best Hazelnut coffee in town. The place is called Drip and do pay attention to the stationary computers and myriad of folders. It is one of the most ingenious dating concepts in a coffee shop.
Just walking down Columbus Ave you must take advantage of the exquisite Snapper presented at Calle Ocho between 82nd and 83rd Street on Columbus. It was spectacular and is a must treat. The oyster lovers will be pleasantly served on Columbus between 78th-79th Street at Ocean Grill with your own private fire place, find it and for a final enjoyment of privacy, find Cafe Artistes at 1 w. 67th. Of course, you must visit Central Park Boathouse restaurant which is located a stone throw away in Central Park off Central Park West and 70th Street. These are the secrets of the Upper West Side. Indulge this and don’t forget that Lincoln Center and the Shakespeare in the Park have free performances all summer long, every summer. Lincoln Center has live music bands outdoors on Lincoln Plaza for free for 4-6 hours each Saturday night during the summer' All from Salsa, Jazz, and Classical to anything that makes you move.
Enjoy the following special events: February- Presidents week, Valentines Day; March-St. Patrick’s Day parade; April-Easter Parade Fifth Avenue; May-NYC bicycle race, Memorial Day weekend; June-start of summer; July 4 celebration; August- U.S. Open tennis; September-Labor day weekend. Columbus Day parade; October-Halloween and NYC Marathon; November-Thanksgiving Day Parade, see parade balloons blown up on 79th street; December-Christmas and New Years