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White Plains

From $140 per night
158.4 miles

Located in White Plains, just to the north of New York City, the Bank Street Commons Serviced Apartments are in a luxury high-rise building close to the Metro link into Manhattan. One and two bedroom apartments are available, offering beautifully furnished accommodation. The building itself provides excellent amenities, with access to a fitness suite, swimming pool and communal areas which are ideal for relaxing and socialising while staying on business.

Min. Stay 31 nights

White Plains

From $145 per night
158.4 miles

These exquisite serviced apartments really do deliver the corporate traveller with an excellent standard of accommodation. The Metro Apartments come with Charleston Oak hardwood flooring and a designer look throughout, which includes granite worktops and stainless-steel appliances and an oversized sink in the kitchen, porcelain baths and large windows with quality wooden blinds. These studio and one bedroom apartments are situated in the heart of White Plains, close to the city of New York.

Min. Stay 31 nights

White Plains

From $250 per night
158.5 miles

Situated in Westchester County, the Bank Street Serviced Apartments offer guests modern and contemporary city living while away from home. This range of two bedroom serviced apartments are all fully furnished with attractive kitchens, comfortable living areas and spacious bedrooms for a peaceful night’s sleep. Within the building there are many facilities available, including a 24 hour fitness centre, swimming pool, business centre and bar.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Upper West Side

From $139 per night
173.8 miles

347 West Apartment is a renovated brownstone located in the residential Upper West Side neighborhood, surrounded by charming bookstores, cinemas, coffee shops and countless restaurants. Riverside Park and the scenic Hudson River promenade are just half a block away, with Central Park and The Museum of Natural History within walking distance as well. Nearby transportation makes commuting to work or across town an easy task.

Min. Stay 31 nights

Upper West Side

From $239 per night
173.9 miles

The Sagamore Serviced Apartments are located in a traditional Upper West Side building, and gives business travellers all the advantages of staying in this exclusive part of Manhattan. Central Park is just a few minutes’ walk away, while the museums and theatres are all easily on hand. These one and two bedroom serviced apartments are pleasant and light, thanks to over-sized windows, which also offer some great views. The building includes a 24-hour concierge service.

Min. Stay 31 nights

New York

From $139 per night
174.1 miles

Original architectural details remain in this restored five-story townhouse. Running along the west side of Central Park, a rich and sophisticated cultural life thrives in the neighborhood. Surrounded by everything that makes the Upper West Side such an irresistible place to live, this residence offers easy access to bookstores, cinemas, coffee shops, countless restaurants and museums.

Min. Stay 31 nights

New York

$Call for quote
174.4 miles

East 92 Street serviced apartment is on New York’s Upper East Side. One bedroom apartment is available, with guests enjoying a variety of amenities. The entertainment facilities are especially good and include a Smart TV with Apple TV and a Marshall wireless speaker. There is also a fully equipped kitchen with a dishwasher and Nespresso machine, while there are laundry facilities in the apartment, too. Subway access is about a two-minute walk away at the 96th & 2nd Avenue station.

Min. Stay 90+ nights

New York

From $139 per night
174.5 miles

This charming six-story building with a signature New York stoop is situated in a prime Manhattan location. Just two avenues from Central Park and within walking distance to Lincoln Center and the American Museum of Natural History, culture and green space are always within reach. Hardwood flooring, tall ceilings and exposed brick give the apartments prewar charm and an elegant feel.

Min. Stay 31 nights

Yorkville

From $159 per night
175.1 miles

Located in Yorkville, a beautiful residential area, 427 East Serviced Apartments are found a six minute walk from 86th Street Metro station. Featuring hardwood flooring throughout, the apartments have been beautifully furnished and feature spacious living areas that include cable TV and a DVD player. Each bedroom provides linen and towels and ample storage space for personal belongings. Fortnightly housekeeping is also included, allowing guests to easily spend more time out exploring this vibrant city.

Min. Stay 31 nights

New York

From $139 per night
175.3 miles

Enjoy city living in this refurbished turn-of-the-century townhouse located on a beautiful residential block in one of Manhattan’s most desirable neighborhoods. The building is within walking distance to Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and numerous restaurants and boutiques for which the Upper East Side is famous and beloved.

Min. Stay 31 nights

Lenox Hill

From $189 per night
175.4 miles

The Fairfax is a luxury high-rise building in a convenient, cosmopolitan location. Whether you’re in the mood to catch a movie, see an art exhibit, bike in Central Park or dine at a café, this neighborhood has it all. The residence is within walking distance of Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and numerous restaurants and boutiques for which the Upper East Side is beloved

Min. Stay 31 nights

Midtown

$Call for quote
175.5 miles

Symphony House Serviced Apartments, located in Manhattan’s Midtown district, offer guests all the home comforts within their apartment and the benefits of several hotel-like facilities, accessible within the building. Guests will find an elegant lobby on entrance to the building with a 24 hour doorman and concierge service available, there is also a residents’ lounge and large children’s playroom available. Meanwhile, this vibrant location, next to Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, offers concerts, operas, and ballet halls within touching distance, as well as boutique cafes and restaurants.

Min. Stay 31 nights

Midtown West

From $209 per night
175.6 miles

La Premiere is a post-war luxury high-rise residence located in Midtown West near Columbus Circle. Amenities include a renovated lobby, fitness center and landscaped roof deck with Hudson River and Central Park views. This residence is ideally located near acclaimed restaurants, famous boutiques, world-renowned museums and Central Park.

Min. Stay 31 nights

Hell's Kitchen

From $219 per night
175.6 miles

The Marc Serviced Apartments are centrally located in the heart of the popular and vibrant city of Manhattan. Guests can easily take a stroll in Central Park, enjoy the entertainment of Times Square, or go shopping on 5th Avenue. There are plenty of facilities on site such as a state-of-the-art fitness centre, business rooms, residential lounges and attended car parking. Inside the apartments guests will find immaculate kitchens with granite worktops and stainless steel appliances for the perfect place to relax.

Min. Stay 31 nights

Midtown

$Call for quote
175.6 miles

Situated on the edge of Manhattan’s famous Central Park, these impressive serviced apartments offer residents a true home from home experience while away on business. Each apartment is furnished with modern décor for true city living. Guests can make the most of a fully equipped kitchen, flat screen TVs with premium cable and HBO, and a stereo system. The building itself hosts a range of services, including a fitness centre, conference rooms, and complimentary laundry facilities.

Min. Stay 4 nights

New York

From $429 per night
175.6 miles

In New York’s Upper East Side, Garden Suites Serviced Apartments offers business travellers luxurious accommodation in an excellent location. The facility has large numbers of studio and one bedroom apartments available in a building that offers many amenities, such as a gym, secretarial services and even grocery shopping. The presence of a sofa bed adds flexibility in the apartment, while the availability of daily housekeeping is also helpful. Metro access is at the Lexington Av-63 Street Subway.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Midtown

From $235 per night
175.7 miles

Situated in the heart of Midtown West, Manhattan, Longacre House is home to a wide selection of serviced apartments. This unique building has many on-site facilities for guests to enjoy, from a private lounge, laundry room, to a well-equipped health club, and four garden roof terraces. Each apartment includes a fully fitted kitchen, maple cabinetry and integrated appliances. Guests will be in the heart of Manhattan's theatre district and conveniently located for nearby public transport.

Min. Stay 31 nights

Hell's Kitchen

From $189 per night
175.7 miles

Longacre House is a 27-story luxury residence in New York’s Midtown West neighborhood, representing city living at its best. Situated near the exciting, vibrant and spirited Theatre District, the possibilities are endless. Central Park, the renowned Broadway Theaters, fine restaurants and some of Manhattan’s most prominent museums are seconds away.

Min. Stay 31 nights

New York

$Call for quote
175.7 miles

8th Avenue Serviced Apartments offer studio and one bedroom accommodation in a 10-storey apartment building in Manhattan’s Midtown. The accommodation lies just off Broadway, so would be ideal for those working in the area, and New York Subway access is just across the road at the 50 Street Subway Station. Great for a longer stay, all units have their own cooking and laundry facilities, while there is even on-site parking – something which is at a premium in the centre of New York.

Min. Stay 31 nights

New York

$Call for quote
175.7 miles

Bringing high-quality studio, one and two bedroom apartments to the heart of Manhattan, The Blake Serviced Apartments are a superb solution for staying longer in New York. As well as excellent in-room features and plenty of luxurious touches, guests benefit from access to some great site facilities, including a gym, the availability of a 24-hour reception and even on-site parking, which is at a premium in such a central location. There are lots of great eateries and shops in the surrounding area.

Min. Stay 31 nights

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About New York

Overview

Despite the Big Apple’s brilliance, tourists would be silly to not take advantage of what the entirety of New York state has to offer. Business and leisurely opportunities are vast wherever you go in New York, and the number of amazing serviced apartments here is no different.


About New York

The north-eastern state covers over 55,000 square miles of land and is home over nineteen million people. Its bordering states are Pennsylvania and New Jersey to the south, and Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Vermont to the east. Numerous bodies of water also border the state, with Lake Erie and Ontario separating the state from Canada in the west, whilst the southeastern Long island looks out onto the North Atlantic Ocean. Its capital, Albany, is essentially dwarfed by the legendary New York City. Comprised of the five boroughs, Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island, New York City attracts over sixty million tourists each year. As one of the world’s major business and financial hubs, it’s also no surprise that the city has one of the highest concentrations of serviced apartments in the entire country.

New York’s road to modern-day prestige has been brimmed with nationalism. In fact, the beliefs of the Iroquois Confederacy, an alliance of five Native American tribes inhabiting New York, are suggested to have influenced the eventual United States Constitution. Despite this, New York’s history had to involve the colonising Europeans, who ultimately minimalised native influence. New York did, however, return to its American origins following the Revolutionary War, becoming the first post-constitution capital, active between 1785 and 1790, and host to the first US presidential inauguration. Since, major historical figures and erected monuments have collectively pathed the way for modern-day New York. Now the home to the United Nations headquarters, New York has cemented a globally recognised standing.

ECONOMIC CLIMATE

New York’s economy is growing quicker than ever. Its currently the third largest in the States, and if New York was its own country, it would have the 15th largest economy in the world. The national GDP equates to $1.6 trillion, whilst GDP per capita is over $80,000. Incentives for overseas investment are endless. Taxes are at their lowest since 1917. A $100 billion plan is underway to renovate the state’s infrastructure even further. Developments to airports, roads and bridges across New York have created a world-class transportation hub is central to business success. Financial incentives are also plentiful. The Innovative NY Fund and Empire State Economic Development Fund (EDF), are just two programs which provide financial support to assist diverse business needs. It almost seems impossible to underachieve when conducting business in New York, and the welcoming and creative attitude of the people make success even more plausible.

NEW YORK LIVING

Residents of most EU countries, Australia and New Zealand can all access the United States visa-free through the Visa Waiver Programme. These citizens can stay for up to ninety days, but all arrivals will need to fill out the US customs declaration, either completed electronically (APC) or on paper. For more specifics on visas, it’s worth visiting www.travel.state.gov.

Living in New York is not like living anywhere else. Teeming with culture, liveliness and diversity, exploring New York can be a rollercoaster ride. After all, New York City is both named the city that never sleeps, and the city of dreams. On the whole, the key to living in New York hassle free is just respecting the culture and being prepared for the bustle. As part of this preparation, you should a reasonable amount of United State Dollars (USD), to fund your trip. This is essential for the slightly most expensive city lifestyle. For the current USD exchange rates, visit www.xe.com.

Driving through New York has its advantages and disadvantages. Whilst exploring the state can be fulfilling in the quieter areas, the experience can be quite a challenge in the likes of New York City. One specific rule for New York driving is to not turn right at a red light. All Americans do drive on the right though and are normally good conformers to generic worldwide road driving laws. Visit www.usa.gov/visitors-driving first though for more driving information, and specific state requirements.

BIG APPLE & MORE

It is almost impossible to avoid the lures of New York City’s star attractions. Where to start? You could visit the Statue of Liberty sculpture, a colossal American icon. Or you could visit the famous Times Square, literally bursting with life, colour and things to do. Only around the corner from the Square is the incredible Empire State Building, overlooking the state’s beauty and skyscraper skyline. If all the urbanity is perhaps getting too much, those staying in city apartments can embrace the beautiful Central Park. More than just a patch of greenery, visitors can relax in the many gardens, admire the remarkable architecture and enjoy the serene Park zoo. Of course, New York City is one of the places to go for business in the States, but only these few attractions mentioned highlight the city’s global tourist popularity.

Believe it or not, there is more to New York than its Big Apple. For instance, there is Niagara Falls, one of North America’s great natural wonders. Along the Canadian-US border, the extraordinary falls can be panoramically viewed from the observation tower. Additionally, millions of visiting tourists enjoy the many complimentary dining options and gift shops. Just south is the beautiful city of Buffalo and the popular Theodore Roosevelt Natural Historic Site. The museum stands where Roosevelt first became President, and its quality exhibits are amazing commemorations of his time in power. You could alternatively decide to stay in serviced accommodation on New York’s Long Island, stretching 118 miles southeast of New York City. Whether its North Atlantic beach views or the exciting range of shops and eateries, Long Island can offer what the rest of the state cannot. 

Essentially, there are not many other states in the world that can better, or even match the business prosperity potential and leisurely extravagance of New York. Its reputation is unquestionable and staying in New York corporate accommodation grants you access to these luxuries.

Transport

John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)

Named after the United States 35th President, New York’s busiest airport serves between thirty and fifty million passengers every year.

Located in the southeast of New York City, America’s sixth busiest airport has six operating terminals, a railway station, and a range of taxi and bus operators. AirTrain JFK is an elevated rail system serving the airport, 24/7, across ten train stations.

New York City Subway

New York City’s subway system has more stations than any other in the world, and is the busiest in North America, serving around 2.5 billion passengers each year.

Operating through New York City, the subway system serves four of the city boroughs; Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx.

By Train

Amtrak are the primary provider of trains, particularly outside of New York City. They function out of most cities in New York, offering reasonable fares and comfort, and enabling access to sports the subway cannot provide.

By Bus

Buses tend to compliment other modes of public transport in New York. There are so many companies to choose from, offering both long and short distance travel. Obtaining and paying fares with a MetroCard can banish the frustrations of searching for loose change.