Appartment : BREATH TAKING VIEWS OF EMPIRE STATE BUILDING & BRIDGES~CONTEMPORARY 3 BEDROOM/2 BATH APARTMENT IN MURRAY HILL~DOORMAN & ELEVATOR
Price : 800 USD
Bedroom : 3 Bedroom
Bathroom : 2 Bathroom
Check In : 14:00
Check Out : 10:00
Maximum Guest : 6
Murray Hill is a great neighborhood to stay in while you're visiting New York—it's close to many major attractions, but still out of the way enough that it makes for an easy and quick escape from the hectic pace of Midtown—and the hotel offerings in the area mirror that fact. Murray Hill, along with Turtle Bay and Kips Bay, lies in the vast stretch of Manhattan's East Side, between the rabble and riot of Alphabet City and the East Village and the luxuriant old money of the Upper East Side.
Sedate and low-key, the neighborhood is largely home to modern residences and, middling rents, and a mash-up of long-time locals and the recently graduated, MBA set, who gladly trade in hipness points for being able to say they can afford to live in Manhattan. That is, until the Second Avenue subway opens up and Murray Hill joins the rest of the island's rent brackets.
Stay in Murray Hill in this contemporary 3 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, with sofa bed option. Stunning views of the Empire State Building, East River and bridges. Wireless internet access, flat screen TV, kitchen, and dining room. Located on the 21st floor.
** On-site doorman and elevator.
** Kitchen equipped with dishwasher.
** Dining table seats 6.
** Flat screen TV with basic channels.
** Wireless internet available.
** 1 king , 1 queen, 1 full bed.
** 2 Sofa beds in living area.
** Linens provided free of charge.
Enjoy some of Manhattan's finest architecture at your doorstep in Murray Hill/Kipps Bay. Steps from the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, and Grand Central Station. While at Grand Central, indulge in truffles at Li-Lac Chocolate. Other nearby attractions include Scandinavia House and New York Design Center (ideal for furniture shopping). Take a quick walk down Park and Lexington to admire the architecture and stone structures. Blocks to delicious restaurants and bars including Rare View Bar, Marcony, and Kalustyan's. Subway available at 33rd St/ Park Avenue.