I have an amazing brownstone on 93rd Street between 5th and Madison. Huge Victorian suites, some with 2 person Jacuzzi, others with large cast iron tubs. Large rooms, with plush carpeting and antique furniture, with queen sized beds or 2 twins some can accommodate 4 with extra inflatable beds. Also a 1 bedroom apartment with full kitchen and 3 queen sized beds. Smaller guestrooms available with shared bathroom. Premium cable, wireless internet, fridge, coffee machine and microwave in each room. Prices from $100-$275. You will not get a better deal than this, and won't find nicer accommodations. If you want a quite, luxurious home away from home, please contact me.
The Barnes suite is on the second floor, a very large room with antique moldings &amp;amp; high ceilings, and a huge window overlooking the beautifully maintained garden. A large, comfortable room with armchairs and plenty of room to work or relax. The Barnes also has a huge bathroom with a Jacuzzi for two, and a separate stall shower with a queen sized bed, it is our honeymoon suite.
Nightly Rate: $215 - $240
The Madeline suite: A huge, beautiful oak paneled room with an exquisite plaster ceiling, chandelier and built-in antique cabinetry, the Madeline is a handsome place to call home in Manhattan. On the second floor overlooking the quiet street, our guests are afforded a glimpse of life in the last century. The bathroom has a double vanity and a large, deep cast iron tub to relax in. The Madeline is bathed in sunshine all morning.
Nightly Rate: $215 - $240
The Cecilia suite is on the third floor. This spacious room also has antique detail, very large and, like the Madeline, overlooks beautiful 93rd street. There is plenty of room for a rollaway bed for a third guest. The room has a large sitting area with a love seat and two armchairs, again perfect to work or relax. The bathroom boasts an antique cast iron tub perfect for soaking in after an exciting day in New York City.
Nightly Rate: $205 - $230
The Apartment is on the fourth floor, which is three flights up from the lobby. This is a real New York City one bedroom apartment. It has a queen-size bed in a separate bedroom and a brand new fold out couch in the living room. It has a custom, fully equipped modern kitchen, and a large bathroom with a whirlpool bath. Skylights and big arched windows assure that this apartment is bathed in sunlight all day. A real home away from home, this is a very comfortable option your New York City stay.
Nightly Rate: $250 - $275
The Fox suite is on the third floor. This excellent room also has antique detail, with a non working fire place and, like the Barnes, overlooks beautiful rear garden. It also has an outdoor deck with seating, the perfect place for a sunny breakfast or a cool evening drink. There is a king bed or 2 twins of required. The room is large, with a non working fire place, and two chairs, again perfect to work or relax. The bathroom boasts a 2 person Jacuzzi tub for soaking in after an exciting day in New York City.
Nightly Rate: $215 - $240
The Elizabeth is on the fourth floor, which is three flights up from the lobby. This is a small New York City one bedroom apartment with a private bathroom with a stall shower. It has a queen-size bed in a separate bedroom and a fold-out couch in the living room, and is ideal for families. The Elizabeth suite can sleep 4.
Nightly Rate: $190 - $260
4.4 on October 24, 2013
Could not have asked for a better location to stay in Manhattan. The price was perfect. We were so close to shopping, buses, the subway and amazing food. They don't serve food, but there are amazing restaurants to eat that are only a block away. What a gem!! I would never have expected to stay in such a great neighborhood in New York for such a great price. We would love to come back, if we do we will stay here. Clean rooms,clean bathroom. Water works just fine, because we stayed on the 5th floor it took a few minutes for the water to get hot. I would recommend this place to anyone!! Thank you Robin and Nick for taking such great care of us!! The Melissa's Winchester, KY
3.8 on November 10, 2010
We stayed at Stay the Night over Labor day weekend. It was my first time ever coming to New York.. the location was fabulous. It's literally a block away from Central Park and only a few blocks away from the subway. We stayed in two different rooms.. the first one was one with a shared bath the other was a suite. Both rooms exceeded expectations! The rooms were clean and comfortable. We knew that breakfast wasn't really offered but they did leave juice and muffins in the room for us. The staff was always there or a phone call away if we had any questions but overall we loved the place and will stay there again next time we come to NYC!
3.8 on May 20, 2009
Stayed in Madelaine Suite. Spacious room/bath with comfortable antique furnishings and decor. Price for accommodations was fantastic for NYC. Less than a block from Central Park, close to subway, great restaurants within walking distance. We will use for future trips to the City! Bed was comfortable, but was 2 twins joined v. regular King.
2.0 on December 20, 2008
The apartment we were given turned out to be a different one from the one promised. Since we never saw the original, that didn't matter. We arrived very late due to flight delays, but were not charged a penalty, which was nice. But we were unable to use the stove, which is why we wanted an apartment, and our contact person never returned our phone calls asking for help, so we felt cheated. Noreen
While I am sad that these people did not enjoy their stay, the only complaint they called about for the week they were here was the hot water. They stayed on the top floor, and the rest of the house was full. No one else complained during the same time. I had my handyman check it out, and he noted hot water was fine, he just had to wait a minute for the water come up to the 5th floor where they stayed. Out building is over 100 years old, but is constantly maintained, and with all old mutli-story buildings hot water does not instantly come out of the tap, a wait of 1-2 minutes will provide unlimited hot water. They claimed that a window was broken when they checked in. I find it strange that the previous customer and my cleaning man did not notice and report it, but i immediately had it fixed, which was not easy on a holiday weekend. as to all the other complaints, they did not notify me until Feb. 3, almost 6 weeks after their stay, when the wanted a 50% refund. I inspected there complaints about lack of cook wear and cutlery, and the other smaller issues, and none of them check out. I am issuing a 2 night refund, but it is reluctantly because if these issues were so upsetting and bad, I would have fixed them while they were here. I cannot travel back in time to address issues. If the room was so bad, why did they stay the whole time, and why did they not bring it up to me or my staff while they were here, not 6 weeks later, when they were looking for money back. We do the best we can to make our guest stay as great and as comfortable as possible, and if there are problems, we fix them as soon as we possibly can. if you see the other reviews, you can see that most are very positive. Nick.
3.2 on December 15, 2008
Have never stayed at a Bed and Breakfast before in NYC, because we lived in the New York area (Westchester County) for 35 years. A new experience, needed a Manhattan location, and hotel prices are impossible there. Was fine for our needs.
4.4 on December 06, 2008
We were very pleased with this b & b. Our room was great -- very large, pleasant, and with lots of windows for good light. Location was ideal for us -- near museums and Central Park where we walked each day. Breakfast was minimal -- cellophane wrapped muffins and a container of o.j. Owner provides a terrific list of nearby places to eat, including breakfast choices, so you might want to eat out in the mornings. Doorman was very accommodating, including storing our luggage til 4:00 p.m. on day of our departure. We will happily return to this b & b.
3.0 on October 28, 2008
My sister and I stayed at Stay the Night for five nights in October 2008. Four nights were in the Cecilia suite and the final night was in one of the apartments. Upon our arrival we were met by one of the staff who showed us to the suite, explained everything and helped us with our luggage. The suite was enornous and it was great to have the space, including a lounge to be able to relax after a day visiting the sites. The private bathroom and fridge were also appreciated. The building and furniture are showing their age, but were fine given the price range, and the main thing was that our beds were comfortable and the linen clean. The location is a bit of a walk to the subway, but that wasnt a problem for us as it allowed us to explore the area and find restaurants, cafes and undertake shopping. If you are worried about that then you could always take the bus downtown which is closer. The apartment was also fine, however I drew the short straw and had to sleep on the sofa bed which is due for an upgrade.
4.0 on August 27, 2008
My husband and I spend the first 3 days as husband and wife here and simply loved every minute. From the time we arrived to the time we left we were well taken care of. It is not like a traditional B & B where you have to eat breakfast with others and there is an innkeeper. Here you have the liberty of coming and going and the neightborhood is ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS. We walked around all hours of the night completely safe and it is very close to transportation to get to Broadway. It is within walking distance of Central Park and many museums. It was the most memorable trip we've taken so far, I will definately be back but now with my baby. (THANKS STAY THE NIGHT FOR CREATING SUCH A GREAT ENVIRONMENT) ;o)
3.4 on July 31, 2008
Nice modern decoration, walking distance from central park/rockefeller etc. Rooms are small but I think it was perfect for 2 friends looking for touristic stay.
3.4 on June 06, 2008
We booked quite short notice, but Nick offered us a wonderful alternative dowtown in East Village, which turned out to be absolutely perfect. Trendy and fun; in the middle of it all with lots of nice shops, bars, restaurants in walking distance. Great value for little money for a small cozy appartment with everything that you could need to make meals, etc. great experience!
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Madison Ave. Shopping, Central Park Zoo, Guggenhiem Museum, Central Park, American Museum of Natural History, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services
Bed and Breakfast
Copier, Fax Machine
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi