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Vacation Apartments in New York

By Anna Lynn Sibal

If you are thinking of going on a holiday in New York City, a holiday that will probably last some three days to a week, and you want to make the most out of your budget for your vacation, it would help a lot if you would consider staying in a vacation apartment in New York City rather than staying in a hotel.

Granted that vacation apartments may not offer amenities that are as luxurious as those that can be found in the numerous hotels dotting New York City, a vacation apartment can guarantee a comfortable stay for a fraction of the cost of staying in a hotel. Renting a vacation hotel for a few days makes a lot more sense when you are traveling with a group in terms of maximizing your resources. Also, staying in a vacation apartment rather than in a hotel room can give you a taste of what it is like to live in New York City. This experience alone counts a lot.


There are a lot of considerations that you will want to weigh when picking a vacation apartment to stay in during your holiday. Here are a few things you may want to think about.

1. Make sure that you are fully aware of the services you will be getting along with the vacation apartment that you will be staying in. It is possible that you may be just subletting a room from your host, so you will have to share the bathroom with him or her. Also, breakfast may not be included in the package.

2. Some properties in New York City have certain regulations and restrictions about young children, about bringing pets and about smoking tenants. If you are going to travel with kids or pets, ask if there are any special arrangements that you need to make for their stay. If you are a smoker, clear it out with your future landlord or landlady if smoking is allowed in the apartment unit.

3. It is important to make your booking with the property early if you have already found the apartment that you want to stay in. Apartments in New York City are snapped up easily. When you are making your reservations, be sure to ask about the property’s policy on cancellations and payment policies. Definitely ask for the property’s contact number in case there are changes in your arrangements or if your flight is delayed. Before you make your booking, however, make sure that you have seen recent pictures of the property as well as the references.

4. Because you are staying in an apartment rather than in a hotel, you will have to wait on yourself. You will have to make your own bed, do your own laundry, cook your own meals if you want to and reuse the linens and towels provided you for a number of days. Of course, if maid service is important to you, ask if the property you will be staying in provides them and how much you need to pay extra for it.

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