If a trip to New York City is in your future and you’re looking for a great place to stay, consider one of these Airbnb rentals, all of which are beautifully designed and will give you that home away from home feeling. RELATED: If you’ve ever thought of becoming an Airbnb host to earn additional monthly income, here’s what you need to know.
Modern House in Williamsburg
This house in the heart of Brooklyn is a stunner. Clocking in at 4,700 square feet, it’s got plenty of space and room to spare. Suitable for five guests (3 bedrooms and 5.5 baths), this gorgeous, sprawling home in Williamsburg has every convenience you could hope for. The chef’s kitchen is the first thing to note but guests will also love the outdoor space, barrel sauna, cold plunge, steam room, Peloton bike and yoga room. According to the host, the home is situated a short walk to a subway stop that in 8 minutes will take you to Manhattan’s Union Square, which is one of the few subway stations that quickly gets you almost anywhere in Manhattan quickly. Overall, this high-end home is full of high-end finishes that will make you feel like you’re truly living in luxury.
Battery Park Studio Apartment
This minimalist and modern studio apartment provides everything you need and nothing you don’t. Accommodating two guests, this space includes a kitchenette and a dining nook, along with access to a beautiful seasonal rooftop pool, a co-working space, a golf simulator and a fitness centre. Situated right across from The Battery, a waterfront oasis with perennial gardens, you’ll also be close to the New York Stock Exchange, Wall Street and One World Trade Center. The perfect place to stay for anyone looking to work and play.
New One-Bedroom Brownstone
If you’ve ever dreamed of living in one of New York’s iconic brownstones, here’s your chance to try one on for size. This bright and spacious condo was recently gutted and renovated and has a fully stocked kitchen, a quiet bedroom overlooking a community garden and boasts features like new furniture, air purifiers and high-end water filtration. And that’s not mentioning the high-ceilings and many windows that let in lots of natural light. When you’re not basking in the glow inside your rental, you’ll have easy access to Columbia University, Central Park, Times Square, Broadway and other New York City sights.
Luxury One-Bedroom Apartment in Manhattan
This luxury apartment from an Airbnb Superhost is a gem about which one reviewer says, “Almost hate to tell others how great this place was!” Floor-to-ceiling windows let in lots of natural light and offer great views of the New York City skyline. The apartment sleeps four guests (1 bedroom, 3 beds) and has one bath. The location provides easy access to Hudson Yards, Times Square, Hell’s Kitchen, the Javits Center, the Summit Vanderbilt and Bryant Park.
Downtown New York City One-Bedroom
Bold pops of emerald and marigold make this one-bedroom apartment in New York’s Financial District, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Manhattan, really stand out. With a fully-equipped kitchen, in-unit laundry and access to a fully-equipped gym, this place is a real home away from home. There’s also an expansive rooftop with great city views to take in the sights and sounds of New York City.
Untitled at 3 Freeman – Sky King
Newly renovated, this rental unit measures 170 square feet, can sleep two guests in a king-sized bed and has WiFi and a dedicated workspace. The real attraction to this place is the private balcony and sweeping views of downtown. And despite its small footprint, guests will still have access to amenities like a microwave, mini-fridge, dishes, silverware and a coffeemaker. Even better, breakfast is provided.
Boho Vibes Apartment in Manhattan
Called a ‘first-rate find for travelers’ by one reviewer, this apartment in Manhattan gives off boho-chic vibes and has a soothing, calming color palette that’ll help you unwind from the hustle and bustle of the big city. Guests will find one bedroom with two beds, one bath, a kitchen and lots of family-friendly amenities like children’s books and toys, window guards, board games and a 60” HDTV with Disney+ and Netflix.
Spacious Studio with Outdoor Space
This studio inside a brownstone is located in Brooklyn and offers guests 700 square feet of indoor living space and 200 square feet on the private deck. The kitchen has quartz countertops, grey lacquered cabinetry and Fisher & Paykel appliances as well as pots, pans and cookware so you can really make yourself right at home. The bedroom has a king size bed and an original decorative fireplace. Washer and dryer are available, shared with the full-time tenants on the ground floor.
Arise Room in Manhattan
If you’re traveling solo and just need a room, this private room in a two-bedroom condo in Manhattan is one to consider. You’ll get one bedroom with one bed and access to a shared bath, kitchen and laundry facilities. There’s a dishwasher and a fridge with water and soft drinks provided. The condo is located near attractions like the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Central Park and Conservatory Garden.
Ultra-Lux Williamsburg Penthouse with Full Rooftop
Get some extra space and a bit more room to breathe in Williamsburg. This penthouse apartment is three levels and from the rooftop, you’ll enjoy sweeping views of Williamsburg and Manhattan, as well as iconic New York City landmarks and bridges. This apartment has two bedrooms (private master suites on the first and second levels), three full baths, a great room and a private rooftop on the top floor.
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