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Serviced apartments in New York City for all types of travellers

  • Q&A Residential Hotel: With its location in the Financial District, this New York accommodation is perfect for business travel. You’ll be a couple blocks from both Wall Street and Battery Park. Need to work on a midnight deal? Take advantage of the 24-hour business centre, then get your relaxation on with bathrobes, premium bedding, and free newspapers.
  • Staybridge Suites Time Square: You may not find a holiday apartment with a better address. You’ll be in Midtown, which means about a 20-minute walk to places like the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, and Times Square. Start your morning with the free breakfast, and when you return grab a nightcap at The Den.
  • Hotel Beacon: Pick a city apartment that feels like home. You’ll be only a couple blocks from Central Park and the Lincoln Center. Hungry? Go to Fairway Market 74th Street down the block and whip up a meal in your fully-equipped kitchen. Or you could just head down to the Beacon Bar and grab a bite to eat or a cocktail. Better yet, grab both.

What amenities can I expect in my apartment hotel?

You can expect amenities like:

  • Free Wifi
  • Kitchen or kitchenette
  • 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom apartments
  • Air conditioning
  • Fitness centre
  • Free airport shuttle

What neighbourhoods should I visit?

The biggest city in the United States has something for everyone:

East Village: This place was the birthplace of the counterculture, and they don’t let you forget it. Death & Company serves up stiff drinks with an attitude. Bring the famous New York music scene home with you by grabbing some wax from the Turntable Lab.

Upper West Side: If you’re looking for Seinfeld’s Big Apple, then head here. You’ll find some of the oldest and best delis, like Barneys Greengrass and Sarge's Delicatessen & Diner, as well as a heaps of mom and pop-type shops.

Greenwich Village: You can safely make MacDougal Street your home base. Café Wha? is where Bob Dylan and Jimi Hendrix became legends. Want a cheap spot to grab some grub? Mermaid Oyster Bar’s happy hour has a sea of budget-friendly bites and beers.

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