Soho, Williamsburg, Union Square. New York is full of renowned and historic neighborhoods that draw in people from all over the world to its insanely packed streets. The energy of NYC is undeniable, and it has more trendy neighborhoods than maybe any other city in the world. [HomeAway]9http://www.homeaway.com) has over 1 million vacation rental listings, and will allow you to really experience the city that never sleeps, without spending your entire pay check. Here’s 10 rentals in NYC for under $400 you’ll want to check out.
Soho, Williamsburg, Union Square. New York is full of renowned neighborhoods that draw in people from all over the world to its insanely packed streets. The energy of NYC is undeniable, and it has more trendy neighborhoods than maybe any other city in the world. HomeAway has over 1 million vacation rental listings, and will allow you to really experience the city that never sleeps, without spending your entire pay check. Here’s 10 rentals in NYC for under $400 you’ll want to check out.
Brooklyn Sleeps 3, Starting at $315 nightly
Feel like the king of Williamsburg in this industrial studio that was once a working wear house. The view alone of the Manhattan skyline and the Williamsburg bridge is enough of a selling point, let alone the antique touches and furnishings.
East Village Starting at $400
With ultra cool restaurants like Miss Lily’s 7A and Momofuku noodle bar, the East Village is becoming the new hot spot for nightlife and cuisine. And this luxury terrace apartment will allow you to tap into the vivid social scene. With high ceilings and an outdoor balcony overlooking the streets, this will be a $400 well spent.
Greenwhich Village Sleeps 4, Starting at $350
Head to the West Side of Lower Manhattan for this cosy rental in the heart of Greenwich village. When you’re not eating your way through lower Manhattan, you’ll find it hard to leave this modern bachelor pad.
SoHo Sleeps 2, Starts at $399
When you’re looking to party away the weekend in NYC, it’s really all about location. This high end loft is steps away from the fashionable and foodie neighborhood of SoHo. Located near NoHo, Greenwhich Village, Lolita and the East and West Villages, there’s no place you can’t get to easily.
Brooklyn Sleeps 2, Starts at $300
Williamsburg became the place for local artists and up-and-coming musicians to work on projects while getting the benefits of cheap rent. Now Williamsburg is one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Brooklyn, and this clean converted industrial space will allow you to enjoy the benefits of local coffee shops, galleries and shopping.
Union Square Sleeps 3, Starts at $240
With easy access to the subway and a huge shopping district perfect for day activities, Union Square in NYC has always been a staple neighborhood in the city. This 6th floor studio apartment is right on Park Avenue, and has high ceilings and hardwood floors with giant windows. Needless to say, this apartment is a keeper.
Brooklyn Sleeps 2, Starts at $275
What kind of NYC apartment is complete without a ridiculous view of the city skyline? This 1 bedroom Brooklyn apartment has a pretty badass view of not just the city, but also the east river and the Williamsburg Bridge. And with a short walk to Bedford Avenue, you’re in the heart of Williamsburg’s best nightlife scene.
Chelsea Sleeps 2, Starts at $349
This Chelsea apartment is in one of NYC’s most desirable historic districts, and is the perfect place for any foodie on your trip to the city. A new chefs gourmet kitchen complete with Italian Bertazzoni oven and cooking top range are only some of the cool amenities in the apartment. But since it’s located in the center of NYC’s attractions, you’ll find it hard to stay locked up.
Brooklyn Sleeps 2, Starts at $330
Nestled underneath the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges, this urban cottage is minutes away from all the cool things that both Manhattan and Brooklyn have to offer. And this is the place to skip the overpriced cabs, and go for a bike.
Garment District Sleeps 5, Starting at $350
Also known as the fashion district, NYC’s garment district has brought visitors from all over the world to its streets. And this minimalist rental is the perfect place to start if you’re a first time visitor. Even if you want to avoid the tourist trap of Times Square, you should see it at least once. The apartment is just steps away from it, but also has stunning views that allow you to enjoy the energy without actually being swept up in it.