Extended Stay Apartments in Manhattan
Extended Stay Apartments in Manhattan
Our extended stay apartments in Manhattan make for great choices, particularly if you are looking at residing in NYC for the foreseeable future or even for periods varying between a few weeks to months at a time. Extended stays are comparatively tougher to execute at conventional hospitality establishments, not to mention the limitations on freedom, privacy and true relaxation. This is only possible if you have your own thoughtfully designed and comfortable apartment in a strategic, well-connected location in the Big Apple.
Manhattan is often called The City by locals in NYC and is one of the five major boroughs while being the financial, administrative and cultural hub as well. Manhattan majorly comprises Manhattan Island which is surrounded by the Hudson, Harlem and East Rivers and also adjacent islands. It also includes Marble Hill, the tiny locality on the mainland which was linked by the Harlem Ship Canal and later on via landfills to the Bronx. There are three divisions for Manhattan Island, namely Upper, Lower and Midtown Manhattan. The USA and global media have talked of Manhattan as being the entertainment, financial, media and cultural capital of the entire world. The borough is home to Wall Street and the Financial District in Lower Manhattan along with the UN Headquarters.
It is home to the biggest two stock exchanges in the world, namely NASDAQ and the New York Stock Exchange along with MNCs, media conglomerates and leading corporates. Manhattan has been featured in countless films, books, movies, television shows and more. Real estate here is amongst the costliest globally while Fifth Avenue is the world’s fashion Mecca with the highest global retail rentals. Our award-winning reservations team will help you find the best extended stay apartments in Manhattan without any hassles whatsoever. Here’s to an enjoyable and extremely memorable sojourn in one of the greatest cities in the world.
Finding Extended Stay Apartments in Manhattan
You will find several options available for extended stay apartments in Manhattan. Some of the best choices include the following:
- 34th Street, Chelsea
- West 56th Street Furnished Apartments
- West 50th Street & 8th Avenue
- East 52nd Street
- Bridge Tower Place Furnished Accommodation
- Symphony House Furnished Apartments
These are only some of the available options in the neighborhood. You can take your pick from our vast inventory of apartments in Manhattan. Our reservations team will help you make the best choice, depending upon your specific needs and requirements in terms of location and amenities.
Why Book Extended Stay Apartments in Manhattan?
You should certainly consider booking extended stay apartments in Manhattan without a second thought. Longer stays in NYC require you to put your feet up and truly relax and unwind after long days spent working or sightseeing. We have apartments with fully equipped kitchens, appliances, complimentary Wi-Fi, comfortable beds and abundant space to give you memorable stays in the Big Apple. To add to your convenience, they are located in close proximity to major public transit networks and tourist landmarks in addition to cafes, bars, restaurants, entertainment zones, shopping streets and major corporate and commercial hubs.
Facilities in Our Extended Stay Apartments in Manhattan
There are several amenities and facilities that we offer at our extended stay apartments in Manhattan. Some of them include:
- Air conditioning
- Central heating
- Laundry and dry cleaning services
- Intercom systems
- Flat screen television
- Cable packages
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Washer dryer machine
Some apartments may even have additional onsite facilities including swimming pools, spa facilities, conference facilities, business centers, community lounges, rooftop terraces, cafes, restaurants, bars, sauna and Jacuzzi provisions.
Manhattan goes back to its origins as a trading outpost set up by Dutch colonists back in 1624. It was originally named New Amsterdam in the year 1626. Manhattan was reportedly bought by Dutch colonists in 1626 from the Native Americans for 60 guilders. The surroundings came under the control of the British in 1664, being renamed New York after Charles II, the King of England, who granted these territories to the Duke of York, his brother. New York was also the capital of the USA until 1790. The Statue of Liberty here is a major global symbol of peace, liberty and unity. Manhattan became a major borough of NYC during the consolidation of the city proper in the year 1898. Manhattan is the third most populated of the five boroughs in NYC after Queens and Brooklyn.
Manhattan has three of the 10 most visited global attractions for tourists, namely Central Park, Times Square and Grand Central Terminal. It has several major bridges including the Manhattan, Brooklyn, Williamsburg, George Washington and Queensboro bridges. There are the Lincoln and Holland tunnels here along with major skyscrapers like the Chrysler Building, Empire State Building, One World Trade Center and others. Chinatown has the highest Chinese population in the entire Western Hemisphere while the Stonewall Inn at Greenwich Village is a part of the Stonewall National Monument and birthplace of contemporary gay rights movements. Several educational institutions are situated here including the New York University, Columbia University, Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell Tech and Rockefeller University.
Top Attractions Near Our Extended Stay Apartments in Manhattan
There are several key attractions worth visiting in Manhattan. Some of them include the following:
- Empire State Building - Manhattan is synonymous with the Empire State Building which goes up to 102 stories on Fifth Avenue. There are waiting lines to reach the top via elevator for viewing NYC in its entire splendor. The panoramic views are to die for!
- St. Patrick’s Cathedral - St. Patrick’s Cathedral showcases amazing architectural styles that are delightful for tourists. Guided interior tours are readily available where you can learn more about the history of the building.
- Broadway - Lovers of musicals should look no further than Broadway and 42nd Street, particularly at the intersection of Times Square and the former. You will find musicals literally on each corner with abundant choices at hand! There are the latest shows and extravaganzas playing each day so book your tickets in advance.
- Brooklyn Bridge - Finished in the year 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge links Brooklyn and Manhattan over the pristine East River. The architectural elegance has to be seen to be believed, attracting hordes of tourists who come to walk over the hybrid suspension and cable-stayed bridge, which also offers amazing waterfront and skyline views.
- Central Park Zoo - Although tiny, the Central Park Zoo offers engaging and fun experiences for families. The collection of exhibits and animals here is really adorable, right from grizzly bears to penguins and more.
- High Line - The High Line is a uniquely designed park built on an elevated portion of a previously abandoned NYC railroad track. This was called the West Side Line earlier and the present park spans a whopping 1.45 miles. The park is now a lovely oasis for walkers, joggers and families with gourmet food trucks, performances, art installations and more, covering the stretch between Gansevoort Street and West 34th Street.
- One World Trade Center Observatory - The Western Hemisphere’s tallest building, One World Trade Center goes up to a whopping 1,776 feet and is a major landmark in NYC. The One World Observatory is a major attraction where you will get panoramic and unbelievable views of the city.
- Statue of Liberty and Liberty Island- The Statue of Liberty is one of the most popular attractions for tourists in NYC and was gifted by France to the USA in 1886 as a symbol for democracy and freedom. Ferry rides take visitors right up to Liberty Island and the statue itself.
- Ellis Island - Ellis Island is located in proximity to the Statue of Liberty and can be accessed through the same ferry that takes you to the latter. It was once a gateway for more than 12 million immigrants to the USA between the years 1892 and 1954. Today, it has an immigration museum which is a major draw for tourists.
- Central Park - Situated bang in the middle of a perennially busy NYC, Central Park is one of the world’s highest visited such parks with multiple attractions including street art, horse-carriage rides, walking trails, water bodies, dining options, a zoo and a lot more.
- Fifth Avenue - Up for a bout of window shopping? Try strolling down the delightful 5th Avenue, the retail Mecca for high-street fashion enthusiasts. It is home to several major brands including Tiffany and Saks Fifth Avenue to name a few.
- South Street Seaport - Once a major trading port for NYC, South Street Seaport has been transformed into a major tourist attraction, preserving the area’s rich history along with offering plentiful dining and shopping options in addition to lovely Brooklyn Bridge views.
Shopping Near Our Extended Stay Apartments in Manhattan
If you are looking to go shopping in Manhattan, there are innumerable options at hand for you, quite literally! Here are a few of the choices for you:
- SoHo - South of Houston or SoHo is a top draw for its galleries and leading artists. It is also known for being a chain retail hub while multiple independent boutiques grace the locality as well. Some top picks include the Hat Shop, Mystique Boutique, Soho News International and What Goes Around Comes Around. Other favorites include Olive & Bette’s, Bloomingdale’s and Madewell along with David Yurman.
- Midtown - Shopping is quite pleasurable while you are in Midtown. The Times Square buzz aside, you can simply saunter down to Madison and Fifth Avenue for some retail therapy with everything located here including Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co and Prada to name just a few. Right before you venture into the Upper East Side, you will find one of the best stores, namely Bergdorf Goodman.
- Madison Avenue - Madison Avenue is the USA’s biggest shopping district and stores start from the Flatiron District near Madison Square Park, going all the way till the Upper East Side. Find everything here including Lily Pulitzer, Fendi, Tory Burch and Ralph Lauren among others.
- West Village - The West Village is a hip shopping destination with its tree-lined avenues and elegant brownstones. There are several unique attractions including Kaas Glassworks, Faicco’s, Carmine Street Comics, Amy’s Bread, C.O. Bigelow and many others.
- Nolita - The acronym basically stands for North of Little Italy and this neighborhood has now turned into a major shopping district in its own right. There are several trendy boutiques here along with design emporiums and stores dishing out chic accessories and apparel alike. There is the Le Labo store here along with Adorned, Love and Aesop along with McNally Jackson.
- Chinatown - Chinatown is not your typical trendy shopping thoroughfare. However, you can go on a relatively affordable shopping binge here, picking up vegetables, specialty Asian gourmet cuisine, Chinese ingredients, herbs and a lot more.
- Park Slope - Fifth Avenue in Park Slope is often called the other Fifth Avenue and is home to several stores including O Live Brooklyn, Pink Olive, Bird and a lot more.
- Williamsburg - A cool and hip suburb in Brooklyn, Williamsburg is a go-to destination for the best food, shopping, culture and artwork! The Burg as it is colloquially known offers several vintage clothing outlets which will help you pick up amazing bargains in turn! Catbird is a trendy boutique here for women’s apparel while Bedford Cheese Shop and Whisk along with Rough Trade and D.O.C. Wine Shop.
Best Restaurants Near Our Extended Stay Apartments in Manhattan
Manhattan is also home to numerous top restaurants. Some of them include:
- Eleven Madison Park - Eleven Madison Park is an initiative by acclaimed Chef Daniel Humm and has earned three Michelin stars with its contemporary French picks. The gorgeous art-deco ambience aside, you will enjoy favorites like the roasted Muscovy duck and lavender honey along with figs and turnips. The extensive wine, cocktail and beer list is an added plus point.
- Jean-Georges - Jean-Georges is all about romance and three Michelin stars of course! Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten serves up a storm ever since it opened its doors in 1997, offering several multicultural dishes covering everything from Asian to French. The prix fixe creations include baked Chatham oysters, raw sea trout and even rack of lamb while the Caviar Creations list includes Meyer lemon gelee along with toasted egg yolk.
- Momofuku Ko - With a couple of Michelin stars under its belt, Momofuku Ko offers a delectable tasting spread that makes use of seasonal and local ingredients. The restaurant by Chef David Chang has a contemporary menu offering unique culinary creations that are sure to tickle your taste buds. The menu is subject to change, depending upon the availability of ingredients in the market so you can expect a new surprise whenever you visit!
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