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Excellent large private room - HK/Columbus Cir

Private room in apartment hosted by Lancelot
1 guest1 bedroom1 bed1 shared bath
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This spacious private room is located on a prime and trendy tree-lined block of Hell's Kitchen.
Truly the perfect location to stay and experience wonderful NYC, Manhattan and Midtown-west/Hell’s Kitchen.

It’s a very quick jaunt to the greatest midtown attractions: Central Park, Columbus Circle, Lincoln Center, Rockefeller Center, 5th Ave, Broadway Shows, Times Square + all Subway connections.

The space is in an older charm building, on a higher floor and yes, there is an elevator!

The space
Your room is nice and large, for this city. It has two windows that give to the sky, trees and street below. The room has lovely natural light and is nicely quiet in relation to other street-facing rooms in NYC.

The bedroom has the necessary to make your stay comfy and good.
A new queen-size memory-foam-gel bed will aid you into slumber. I can provide a pillow top should you require additional softness.

I know what it's like to travel so I supply many toiletries and necessary items. If you forgot anything, you may find therein or just let me know and I should have it.

The apartment is in a quaint pre-war building that is well maintained and has an excellent staff and doormen.

Washers and dryers are a short elevator ride to the basement level. I provide a paid card should you need to use them.

As this is a relatively older building, the bathroom toilet is the older industrial type - it definitely does the job!

Your room is planned for a quiet stay. There is however, a TV with basic HD channels, as well as Netflix and Amazon Prime should you wish to chill in the room.

I am mainly looking for those who will be out and about during the day and into the evening.

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed


Free street parking
Air conditioning
Luggage dropoff allowed
Hair dryer

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4.96 out of 5 stars from 94 reviews



New York, United States

Convenient location · affordable · center of NYC · great takeout · great food

Hell's Kitchen has nearly all that one could want in a neighborhood. Good restaurants, fun bars and most importantly, it is perfectly located for visiting the rest of the city and region.

Finer print about HK:
Few places in the world can rival Hell's Kitchen for its concentration of iconic landmarks. The Empire State Building towers over 34th Street at Fifth Avenue. From there, you can walk one block west to Macy's flagship, or a few blocks north to see Patience and Fortitude, the photogenic marble lion statues standing guard outside the New York Public Library. You can pass through Times Square en route to Rockefeller Center and the Museum of Modern Art.

The area is also home to legendary performance halls, including dozens of Broadway theaters, Radio City Music Hall, Madison Square Garden and Carnegie Hall, as well as newer concert venues like Terminal 5. The seemingly endless files of skyscrapers also house journalism, finance and advertising giants: The New York Times, for instance, has been headquartered in Midtown West since 1904.Midtown West is an undisputed cultural and commercial hub of New York City, located near the geographical center of Manhattan. Fifth Avenue — the city's most notable shopping strip, where you'll find stores like Bergdorf Goodman and Tiffany & Co. — separates Midtown West from Midtown East.

Central Park and West 59th Street form its northern border. The southern and western boundaries are less distinct. In the low West 30s, buildings start rising higher and pedestrian traffic gets heavier (hallmarks of Midtown), though this section is sometimes referred to as the Garment District.

Midtown West extends west to the Hudson River, which incorporates blocks of the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood as well as the Theater District (the core of which is Times Square).

Visitors often spend a good chunk of their Big Apple vacations here because there's so much to see and do. Times Square alone draws more than 39 million visitors each year.

Hosted by Lancelot

Joined in July 2013
  • 94 Reviews
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Professional, respectful and live by common sense - being real. Well traveled - I've lived around the world so I very much understand concerns and needs of travelers.
During your stay
I live in the apartment as well and am often in and out.

I tend to let guests feel at home and do their own thing, keeping to my own affairs and work.

Though I am rather friendly and am interested in everyone’s story, I don’t expect you to feel that you need to engage me much, if at all.

I have flexible schedule and am able to assist you during your stay.
I live in the apartment as well and am often in and out.

I tend to let guests feel at home and do their own thing, keeping to my own affairs and work.

Lancelot is a Superhost
Superhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
  • Language: Français
  • Response rate: 87%
  • Response time: within a few hours
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Things to know

House rules
Check-in: After 2:00 PM
Checkout: 12:00 PM
Self check-in with lockbox
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
Health & safety
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Nearby lake, river, other body of water
Carbon monoxide alarm
Cancellation policy