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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)
Welcome to the Clinton in the Lower East Side! A 3 bedroom apartment on a local LES street, surrounded by amazing restrautns and bars, old jewish synagogues and tenement like buildings. This unit offers tranquility and comfort inside but a young local vibe once you step.
Living room is a traditional New York living room- decorated with one side of brick wall, warm colored pieces and a wooden dining table that sits up to 9 people. The sleeper sofa is great for an extra guest.
Large Screen TV- Hulu, Netfix and more included!
Remodeled Kitchen with stainless steel appliances.
All amenities included to cook for up to 9 people.
Washer and Dryer
Bathtub and Shower
Extra Towels and Blow Dryer
Mirror covered bathroom
Glass Door Shower
All three bedrooms have Queen beds, Quality foam mattresses with soft hotel sheets.
Plump colorful pillows added to decorate the rooms.
There is plenty of closet space and drawers as well.
The Lower East Side: "It's New York, but it's also edgy." Daniel Boulud said it best. This part of New York is like no other. It is uniquely trendy and hip. The area is filled with tenement like buildings, covered in red bricks that warm up the streets. In each corner you'll find a bar and restaurant that completes the young and lively atmosphere. Nearby are the Tenement Museum: learn about how immigrants lived in the 19th century in NY, visit some of the oldest and most beautiful synagogues and hang out with the locals who are very welcoming New Yorkers!