Close to shops and subway. Even though in Harlem, people were friendly and helpful. Grocery store ver close to location. Very nice back garden and kitchen was outstanding.
My family traveled to New York City in July to celebrate our son's high school graduation. With 6 people, it is sometimes difficult to find affordable accommodations. We would have had to book two hotel rooms in Manhattan and spend a fortune. Fortunately we discovered this great little apartment right outside of Central Park. With the two bedrooms and pull out futons in the living room, all six of us had comfortable beds to sleep on as well as a full kitchen so we could eat in whenever we wanted. The booking process was easy, as was the check in process. Titi met us at the apartment when we arrived and gave us all the information we needed. We were minutes from the subway station and just a few blocks from the north entrance to Central Park. It was convenient to grocery stores, Starbucks, and Dunkin Donuts. What more could you ask for? I would definitely recommend this to families traveling to New York. While the address is technically in Harlem, it was safe to walk the streets. We were out until midnight almost every night and never felt insecure about the subway or walking back to the apartment.
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Apartment was perfect for a family or small group. Good sized bedrooms and plenty of space. Location was the main selling point. Short stroll to the subway, so you can be anywhere in Manhattan in less than half an hour. One minor negative. Don't use the car service if offered. Turned up 40 minutes late and we had to walk to find him. At $130 it's easier and more convenient to get a cab.