The East Village is a laid-back Bohemian neighborhood once known for being a bit rough around the edges and for the scallywags and immigrants who called it home. Today it’s a melting pot of different cultures and lifestyles with scattered remnants of its spirited past enduring in arty hangouts. Housed within one of the brownstones the city is famous for, the East Village Apartments are a luxurious haven within this edgy, young neighborhood. With four different homes to choose from, our NYC holiday apartments reflect the East Village’s unique character inside and out.
The East Village Holiday Apartments in New York are a home away from home in the greatest sense. From our friendly street cleaner to our favorite cab driver—the entire East Village Apartments family makes you feel as if you’re coming to the home of a close friend or family. All the holiday apartments serve as a luxurious essence of the neighborhood’s soul and boast unique furnishings, cozy dining and work spaces, private patios, and terraces, making them a perfect backdrop for bringing family and friends together in style and comfort. With the hip East Village outside the front door, there is no shortage of things to do—though you might be tempted to just crash in your plush apartment the whole time. We won’t judge you if you do.
We get it—we’d never want to leave our apartments either. That’s why we offer long-term stays to our guests. Get in touch to find out more.
With four apartments, each more plush than the next, it’s tempting just to kick back and relax all day and night. Find out which one is right for you.
Large organic food store, groceries, cheese shop, ready made foods.
Seafood in their back garden Monday evenings drink-appetizers specials
Coffee and French patisserie in the mornings and great sit down breakfasts at a price.
Lafayette Street- Shakespeare, Independent young playwrights are showcased
Super Mexican with a Mexico city chef- fab Ceviche
Mojitos and cevicheBare Burger- the best burgers in town
The best floral arrangements
Walk Elizabeth, Mulberry and Mott Streets between Houston and Prince- cafes