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To first responders who are fighting to keep us safe every day, we welcome you into our home. NoHotel not only offers comfort and commodity but promises to be the place where you can pull away from the chaos of your daily duties. During these times, we must all be here for one another, and we are here for you; to offer you luxury, comfort, a place that is hygenic and safe, warm and relaxing.
* Please note that there will be mandatory weekly housekeeping and laundry*
For bookings of over a week - mandatory weekly cleanings:
$65 (for 1 bedroom. +$10 for each other bedroom. ex. 3 bedroom - $85) per week.
During the cleaning you get the option to drop off your laundry and get it done as well.
-Approx, $1 per pound. Up to a 24h turnaround. (Approx, $10 per week)
Steps away from Hudson Yards, subway stations, restaurants and great bars, sits a beautifully decorated 1 bedroom unit. Hudson yards is the absolute largest development in Manhattan within the last 30 years, so needless to say location is absolutely ideal.
Easy access to the Chelsea High Line, a short walk to Times Square and many other Midtown attractions. A truly convenient option for small groups, families and friends.
The quaint essential NYC traditional stay. Absolutely charming
A completely open concept living room, Kitchen + Combination Dining area.
The cozy living area comes with a large wall mounted, smart TV and an extremely comfortable sofa. Sofa folds out to a full size sleeper.
Kitchen is completely stocked. We have everything from pots and pans to the wine opener. We aim to provide a little bit of everything needed to feel right at home.
A bright Private Queen bedroom with all quality linens.
Sleeps 2 comfortably.
Full bath - Shower tub Combo
Toilet and Sink
Clean towels provided
Welcome to your NYC home away from home.
The area surrounding Hudson Yards has a rich and storied past -- from the heyday of the Chelsea Hotel, to the city’s hard-working waterfront, to the revitalized food and art scene of Chelsea and Hell’s Kitchen. Hudson Yards is adding to that tradition, propelling the area from it’s industrious past towards a future that will redefine Manhattan.
Located between 10th and 12th Avenues from West 30th to West 34th Street, Hudson Yards has ample connections to commuter rail service, the subway, the West Side Highway, the Lincoln Tunnel and ferries along the Hudson River. The extension of the No. 7 Subway line arrives at the Hudson Yards station, which opened in 2015.
The neighborhood buzzes with activity, and is known for chic art galleries, inviting restaurants and bars, and international fashion and design. The celebrated High Line and the new Public Square and Gardens and Hudson Park & Boulevard will welcome residents and visitors to expansive open green space.