The Franklin

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  •   2
  • SQF 350
  •  wifi
  •  A/C


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)

This charming 1 bedroom apartment is located in Hell's Kitchen: one of New York´s most famous areas. The neighborhood is full of the best restaurants, coffee shops, supermarkets, liquor stores and tourist attractions. Minutes away is Central Park, Times Square, Broadway, and much more. The apartment is spacious, fully equipped and very modern. It sleep 4 guests, has  a kitchenette for a quick meal and it is spotless. This is a great place for a group who wants to be in the center of the city.

- One bedroom with Queen Bed, very comfortable - Sleeps 2

- Sofa bed in the living room - Sleeps 2

- Dining Table and Chairs

- Microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, toaster

-  Extra towels, washcloths and hand towels

- Hairdryer

- Iron and iron board upon request

- Fast WiFi (Wireless Internet)

- Laundromat half a block away (No washer and dryer in the apartment)

This is a cozy but functional space in a great neighborhood. 

You will not be disappointed.

Hell’s Kitchen is a place to do it up. There’s cuisine from around the globe: Argentinean empanadas, Japanese ramen, Druze bourekas, Thai street food.  There’s all kinds of nightlife: jazz haunts, LGBTQ+ clubs, dive bars, rooftop lounges. Theater and dance thrive a stone’s throw from Broadway. The High Line’s northern entrance is at the rail yards on this neighborhood’s southern tip. And by the glorious Hudson River Park, there’s the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum and the Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises departure point, so you can tour a ship or set sail on one. 

No matter the season, there is so much to do. If you are here during the winter or holiday season, you´ll be amazed by the city´s events and decorations; the first snowfall or strolling through Rockefeller Center, Bryant Park or Central Park. If you are here during the warmer seasons, walking is the best way to take in the wonders of the city. As you make your way to a show, a play or whatever you have planned, you´ll likely encounter tons of other things you´ll want to do, new places to eat, drink and visit. Even though the area can be walked in 20 minutes, there is so much to do that I´m sure it will leave you with the desire to come back.


  • Sleeping
    Bed linen
  • Cooking
    Coffee machine, Cooking utensils, Kitchen stove, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator
  • Heating/Cooling
    Air conditioning, Heating available
  • Entertainment
    Wireless Broadband Internet, TV (Antenna)
  • Sanitary
  • Miscellaneous
    Carbon Monoxide Detector, Fire Extinguisher, Smoke Detector

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