Denominato per l'anno che è stato costruito, 1871 House è un letto "Stile New York City" & colazione o City-stile Country Inn offre sette stanze arredate & suites. Le camere da letto evocano Casali sofisticati. Essi sono accessoriate con cachepots, candelieri, paese trapunte, cesti, vassoi, cestelli. Dettagli architettonici, come i caminetti in marmo originali sono state mantenute e dare le camere un'atmosfera calda e accogliente con la familiarità di casa. 1871 House è situato nel quartiere storico di Upper East Side sulla East 62o Street tra Park & Lexington Avenue. Il quartiere dell'Upper East Side è un elegante quartiere circondato da molti dei migliori ristoranti della città, musei (The Frick, the MET, MOMA e il Whitney) e boutique eleganti (Hermes, Dior, di Burberry, Chanel, Gucci, Prada per citarne alcuni). Il quartiere contiene molte delle città più importanti e belle vecchi palazzi e case di città ed è convenientemente situati a due isolati da Central Park. La casa del 1871 anche in prossimità di molti caffè ed è a piedi alla Carnegie Hall.
Queen Bed, TV, Fireplace, Internet Access, Telephone, Garden Views, High quality linens and bedding, Antiques, Ensuite bathroom. Hardwood floors, high ceilings, original marble fireplace mantle, 3 lace clad windows. Ensuite bathroom w/tub/shower. Mini fridge and electric kettle included. Located 2 flights above ground floor level.
Queen Bed, TV, Fireplace, Internet Access, Telephone, Brownstone Views, High quality linens and bedding, Antiques, kitchenette, ensuite bathroom with tub/shower &amp; pedestal sink. Hardwood floors, high ceilings, original marble fireplace mantle, 3 lace clad windows and bamboo shades. Located one flight above ground floor level.
Queen Bed, TV, Fireplace, Internet Access, Telephone, Kitchenette, Garden Views, High quality linens and bedding, Antiques, Ensuite bathroom. Hardwood floors, high ceilings, original marble fireplace mantle, 3 lace clad windows. Bathroom with shower (no tub).
Queen Bed plus single daybed. TV, Fireplace, Internet Access, Telephone, Garden Views, Garden Terrace, Large Bow Window overlooking Terrace, high quality linens and bedding, Antiques, Hardwood floors, high ceilings, carved wood fireplace mantle, lace clad 20'foot window with bamboo shades. Ensuite compact bathroom with shower (no tub), toilet & hand sink. Full Size In Room Sink. Located one flight of stairs above ground floor level. Mini Fridge & Electric Kettle Included.
Queen Bed, TV, Internet Access, Telephone, High quality linens and bedding, Antiques, Ensuite bathroom. Stone floor throughout, high ceilings, Bathroom with shower (no tub). Located steps below street level. One Window. Kitchen with granite counter. Kitchen contains microwave oven, electric kettle, toaster oven & coffee maker. Located one flight above ground floor level.
2 Queen Beds plus one twin bed. Three Rooms plus kitchen. Located 3 flights above ground floor level. TV, Fireplace, Internet Access, Telephone, Townhouse & Garden Views, High quality linens & bedding, Antiques, Hardwood floors, 2 original marble fireplace mantles, 3 lace clad windows. Ensuite bathroom with shower/tub. Kitchen includes dishwasher/mircrowave oven, toaster oven, coffee maker, fridge & range.
2 Queen Beds plus one twin bed. Three Rooms plus kitchen. Ensuite bathroom with shower/tub. TV, Fireplace, Internet Access, Telephone, Townhouse and Garden Views, High quality linens and bedding, Antiques, Ensuite bathroom. Hardwood floors, 2 original marble fireplace mantles, 3 lace clad windows.
4,6 su aprile 13, 2011
Just spent another weekend at the 1871 House and what a treat. Like last time everything was perfect. The room was spacious and comfortable and full of charm and character. Antiques, high ceilings, big windows, comfy bed. And it's in one of the best and most expensive residential neighborhoods in the city, close to everything, and the best part is that it's two blocks to Central Park. There is nothing 'modern' or 'generic' about this B&B yet it's clean and fresh and elegant in a 19th century town house sort of way. It's not dusty and tired. I only put 'met my expectations' for food because there is no food. And that was just fine. There's a little kitchenette (or some rooms have kitchens I think) with fridge and storage to put food in. Staff is friendly but other than a brief friendly encounter we never saw another person. That's a plus :-) The only drawback is that it's expensive but anywhere nice in NYC is expensive. So it's a rare treat for us but worth it.
4,8 su aprile 27, 2009
We had a wonderful stay last weekend at this awesome B&B! Our room, the Parlor Suite, was larger than it appeared in photos and very very comfortable. We loved the large windows that faced beautiful 62nd Street and the super high ceilings that reminded me of the book "Madeleine." Great antiques decorated the room and the bed was better than our own. For once, the covers on the bed were thick and hearty and enough. And a real cotton quilt and comforter. The neighborhood is one of the best in town -- you are surrounding by elegant 19th historic townhouses and just a quick and beautiful walk to Central Park and 5th Avenue. We loved out stay here -- it was worth the money and will go back. I did not get to see other rooms due only to our time constraints but loved the Parlor Suite. There was some street noise at night but we liked that as it was the cacophony of 'city noise'. But if it would bother you, book a room in back of the house. It was also very private. No breakfast and so you did not have to make small talk with anyone.
4,8 su febbraio 03, 2009
The room was even more spacious and more beautiful than I had imagined. The location is beyond perfect. The house is in walking distance of some great museums, shopping and my favorite Central Park. The service was wonderful as the entire staff made us feel like we were part of the family.
4,2 su settembre 26, 2008
My husband and I LOVED the 1871 house. The location was terrific, and even though our room overlooked the street (a bit noisy), it was roomy, very spacious, gorgeously decorated with antiques, and had every comfort. My only comment is, please put the NAME of the room on the door (or the number on the key)--I got a key but didn't know which room was ours! Once I figured it out, everything was super. :-) We'd stay here again!
3,4 su luglio 23, 2008
This is a very nice place in a great location. It's a walk up, so if you have trouble with stairs, stay in a room on a lower level, or go elsewhere. We (family of 5) had the top floor with three bedrooms and a full (small) kitchen. There is no central air, only two free standing a/c units with an exhaust through the windows. The temperature was in the 90s and these were completely inadequate. The rooms were quite hot. I would definitely stay there again, but not in the summer. Rooms on lower floors are probably cooler. My only complaint about the service is that we had quite a few bags and it would have been nice to have been offered help getting them upstairs.
A piedi per Business District, Breve passeggiata a Central Park, Seta Stocking District, Storico quartiere, Upper East Side, Città
New York, NY (LGA-LaGuardia) 12 miles
JFK: (1) Yellow Cabs - tariffa flat politica a Manhattan. Tutti i viaggi dall'aeroporto JFK la prima destinazione a Manhattan sono i pedaggi più di $ 45. Chiedete l'autista a prendere il pedaggio libera 59th Street Bridge. (2) MTA della metropolitana e degli autobus combinazione-$ 2,00 per persona. Aeroporto di Newark: (1) Olimpico o Caray Bus a Manhattan... Grand Central. Poi la metropolitana, giallo taxi o autobus per la casa. (2) Limousines sono disponibili ma cabine sono costose. Fermata della metropolitana più vicina a casa: 4,5 e 6 o N o R 59th Street/Lexington Avenue Stop.
Shopping Antiquariato, Gallerie d'arte, Cene da gourmet, Interessi Storici, Lago, Cinema, Musei, Madison Ave Shopping, Museo di arte moderna, Lincoln Center, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Carnagie Hall, Central Park, Zoo, Noleggio bici, Piste ciclabili, Nautica, Pesca, Cavallo, Roller, Ghiaccio skating, Esecuzione/jogging, Prendere il sole, Cavallo Drawn Carriage Rides, Shopping, Scenari, Campi da tennis
Other, Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn, Urban Inn, Historic Inn
Fotocopiatrici, Dispositivo Fax, Video
Aria condizionata, Sveglia , Prodotti di cortesia, Attrezzature per Caffè/Tè, DVD Player, Data port, Camino, Frigorifero, Asciugacapelli, Accesso a internet , Ferro da stiro, Biblioteche, Microonde, Ingresso privato, Radio, TV via cavo/satellite, TV, Telefono, Wi-Fi
Paese trapunta, Alcune camere contengono TV a schermo piatto, Down Duvet & cuscini, coperte di cotone, Alcune camere contengono un lettore DVD, Alcune camere contengono un angolo cottura, Alcune camere contengono un camino di lavoro
Lia è cresciuto a New York e si è laureato di Barnard College. Lei ama il giardinaggio e gode di raccolta di oggetti d'antiquariato e di decorazione. Warren è cresciuto fino a Westport Connecticut ed è stato un consigliere finanziario con UBS negli ultimi 17 anni. Oltre a lavorare come un consulente finanziario, Warren è un professore presso l'Università di New York.