Holiday apartments New York

Smoking is allowed
Near the city center
Air conditioning
Parking included
Disabled access
Washing machine

Guides of new york


Why renting an apartment in New York? Eclectic, noisy, cosmopolitan, New York is probably the most world-changing city. It is the nerve center of fashion, finance, politics, music and culture and for many, is the capital of the world. The first time you travel to New York is like if you were in a movie: iron exterior stairs that cover the facades of most buildings, the yellow cabs and youth playing basketball courts in the middle of Harlem, become New York in a unique city, with images and moments never seen in another city. With lots of contrasts, there is a neighborhood for each moment: from Manhattan with executives walk quickly to the Bronx, the birthplace of multiculturalism.

Where to stay: Apartments New York

In LaComunity we have a wide range of flats to rent, be where you want to stay in New York. From luxury lofts in the Financial District to renewed penthouses and wharehouses in Brookyln or charming apartment on the Upper East Side through authentic apartments in the heart of Harlem.

In LaComunity we offer apartments in New York for days, for weeks, for months, so you can enjoy the city and squeeze the maximum. We also have rooms and Bed & Breakfast downtown, near Central Park, or even accommodation in the Bronx.

What to do in New York

Go up to the Empire State Building . The building which is located in Midtown at 5th Avenue, is the landmark of the city, being 383 meters height and having 102 steps, it is a must for all those who want to have spectacular views from one of the highest roof in New York.

Visit the Museum of Modern Art . Perhaps the most important museum of contemporary art in the world, where you can find some of the best work of famous artists whose name it is going to be familiar for you, like Kandinsky, Picasso, Dali, Warhol, all of them, icons of the 20s Impressionism and Cubism.

Strolling through Central Park .It is the amusement park New York. Just take a ride on a holiday or weekend by the biggest green area of Manhattan, you can get the idea of how varied and multicultural is New York.

Skating in Rockerfeller Center . Only if you go in winter, you'll enjoy the ice rink just in front of the Rockefeller Center building, which is a shopping complex of over 19 buildings where you can find the best luxury shops in New York.

Get lost in Harlem . Nothing much better than spare a Sunday morning to attend at any of the gospel musical masses ceremonies held in the neighborhood of the African Americans community, to get a kick out of the authentic New York.

Wandering around Chinatown and Little Italy . In Chinatown you'll find the largest Chinese community in the United States, after the one based in San Francisco. The New York Chinatown is plenty of Chinese food and exotic oriental spices to cook, besides false fashion and electronics articles. In Little Italy, neon lights announcing pizzerias will astonish you by its brightness. And in the evening ... why not having a tiramisu accompanied with a delicious cappuccino in the charming Little Italy?

Relax in the Bronx Botanical Garden . It is one of those activities that appeal to local New York. The garden offers a full floral green swaths escapism and ancient trees, which during the year hosts festivals such as orchids in spring and Holiday Train Show in winter with miniature reproductions of New York built with vegetable spices.

Where to eat

Although all the apartments we offer are equipped with kitchen, in New York there are restaurants for every taste: Mediterranean, Italian, Japanese, Asian, Mexican ... for all times and budgets.

But the typical New York Street food is taste that can be found throughout the Big Apple: from the classic "Hot Dog", found in all corners of Midtown and Brooklyn to the Upper East Side Bagels and lots of Pizza from Little Italy and around Times Square.

The Upper East Side neighborhood is the host for numerous vegetarian restaurants. The one that like us the most is Candle 79, because with a low budget you can enjoy all kind of vegetarian dishes, many of which are suitable for vegans and coeliacs. If you are looking for something more sophisticated with a French touch, go to Restaurant Daniel, a delight in the Upper East Side.

The Grimaldi pizzerias are a big deal for cheap eats in New York. With brunches in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens, the restaurant offers a wide range of pizzas, antipasto and salads.

Visiting New York with children

In LaComunity You can also rent apartments in New York for traveling with children or with the family. The City of the Big Apple is suitable all public and is worth visiting the Bronx Zoo and the Museum of children in Manhattan. If your kids are Disney fans, take them to the brand’s shop which is near Times Square.

The Toy "R" Us is also a good option to have your kids entertained. Take them to the store and feel in the New York’s toy paradise.

Best Shopping in New York

New York is the star city for shopping. You can have a stroll around the "Sixth Avenue" or "34th Avenue" and you'll find for sure everything you are looking for. In case you are struggling to find more unique and artistic atmosphere, go to the boutiques of Soho. If you have high budget andyou don’t want to waste time walking and looking, go to Bloomingdale's, a department store with furniture, jewelry, clothing, shoes, and accessories for the home. Another great store but even more expensive is Macy's, just right on the Broodway Avenue.

To buy vintage New York have to cross the bridge Brookyln, and go to Williambsurg or Park Slope, in markets like Fort Greene Flea, Williamsburg Flea, Flea Market Artists or Smorgarsburg.

What better after a long day of shopping and exhausted? Get to your apartment and relax as if it were your home, but with the difference being in New York!

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