An ideal escape for two in Soho’s Nolita
1 double bed
- bed sofa
- DVD player
- hob cooker (electric)
- bed linen & towels
- queen size bed 160 x 200
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
- coffee maker
- plasma TV
Beautiful location in a culturally rich enclave of Soho that will deliver a truly enjoyable and memorable experience. Superb environment, unique Nolita appeal!
This lovely studio apartment is located in a splendidly cool neighborhood that is full of energy, safe, and culturally rich. Selecting this apartment will allow you to experience New York as a New Yorker. You will enjoy a wonderful stay in a great location that is conveniently situated and well connected to all major New York attractions.
The Area Surrounding the Apartment
Nestled between Little Italy, Lower Eastside and China Town this area of Soho is an ideal location to fully enjoy all that the city has to offer. Locals refer to this area as Nolita (North of little Italy). While Nolita is unfamiliar to visitors, it is totally adored by New Yorkers. Nolita is considered one of the safest and trendiest areas in the city and is known for its welcoming and friendly atmosphere.
The vicinity’s landscape is diversely populated and turns a simple stroll into a delightful tour. It doesn’t matter in which direction you walk – a fusion of cultures that spans from Asia, Europe, and Latin America awaits you. From the independent boutiques created by untapped talent to the fabulous little restaurant where the young chef puts his heart and soul into every meal – your time here will create nothing short of memorable and pleasurable experiences. In addition to new discoveries, the area continues to maintain well-known shops and eateries that are celebrated around the world.
This unique mix of cultures, classic and modern, world-renowned and new, creates a special energy that can only be found in New York, and definitely felt in SOHO. You will never run out things to do in this neighborhood, because it is sufficiently situated with a variety of activities for all ages. SOHO is abundantly full of life, especially during the day, as the night approaches a serene calm sets up for a peaceful night’s sleep. A five minute walk from this apartment to the 6 train (green line) and a 10 minute walk to the N, Q, R, V (yellow line) will get you anywhere fast. Taxis are readily available 24/7.
*** Specific conditions apply for this property ***
• At Booking : 20% paid by credit card and an additional 30% will be charged directly by the owner on the same credit card. The final balance payment is payable on arrival.
This studio apartment on the fifth floor (four above ground) of walk up building (no elevator) is the perfect solution for a party of two. The cozy queen-sized bed is placed within an alcove. The bathroom comes with a shower, washbasin, and toilet. The sitting area is furnished with an couch, arm chair, personal desk, area rug, and large coffee table. A cable-ready flat screen TV and DVD player are also provided for your viewing pleasure. The kitchen includes a microwave. The apartment’s amenities include air conditioning, wireless/internet capabilities, and hard wood floors.
Conditions of stay
US$0 (to be refunded upon departure and return of the apartment in good condition)
Refundable deposit for Monthly booking
US$1,500 (to be refunded upon departure and return of the apartment in good condition)
Check-in / Checkout
Checkin after 15h, Checkout before 10h
To speak of the New York Soho means talking of one of the trendiest neighborhoods in town. Turned into one of the most exclusive areas, it is a great place to go for a walk and do some shopping. Its name refers to its geographical location: SOuth of HOuston Street. Today a cool and glamorous neighborhood, in the 19th century the Soho was an industrial area known as the "Cast Iron". Going back to that time, you can see the Singer Building (on Liberty and Broadway), former HQ of the famous sewing machine factory. Much later, in the seventies, the area was taken over by artists who transformed these industrial warehouses and reconverted them into homes, resulting in the characteristic New York Lofts.
If what you are looking for is shopping, Broadway Street between Prince and Grand should be your choice destination. On display you will find a combination of top fashion boutiques (Armani, Marc Jacobs, Victoria's Secret, Bloomingdale's, Urban Outfitters, Calvin Klein, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Chanel, Apple store, Adidas...) and its famous T-shirts, jewelry and clothing accessories stands.
On the other hand, Little Italy, takes its name from the area originally populated by a large number of Italian immigrants. What's left of Little Italy can be found on Mulberry St. and Grand St. It's a lovely area where there are numerous Italian restaurants. In September, you can catch the “San Genaro" festivities, which lasts 11 days and have a long standing tradition.
In the 90s, an area to the north of Little Italy developed, becoming very popular and which came to be known as Nolita (North of Little Italy). Fashion shops and restaurants blend in with older monuments such as the first Catholic cathedral in New York, the St. Patrick's Old Cathedral.
As in contrast to Soho, the area that lies to the NOrth of HOuston Street is called NOHO. The Noho is considered a culturally protected area due to the beauty and variety of its architecture.