Home Away
New York City, NY

New York is the greatest city in the world. It is common to arrive and be overwhelmed by choices.  Uptown, downtown, midtown- where to stay? While hotels provide all the luxury and comforts one may want on a vacation, staying in a local apartment provides the insight into the lives of New Yorkers, the neighborhoods, and the hidden gems. There’s nothing better than feeling at home when you are thousands of miles away from everything you know. With hotel prices skyrocketing, home rental sites are bringing authentic, home-like experiences to travelers. We are excited to know that renting an apartment during your vacation is not only hip, it’s the best way to get to know a city like a local. Therefore, we’ve chosen some of the best homes for rent in NYC for every price budget, to help you plan your next stay.

Royal Standard

Vestry Loft


Vestry Loft, located in the heart of  thriving Tribeca neighborhood, features dark wooden furnishings, moody copper light fixtures and exposed brick walls.


$3500 nightly / Sleeps 6 / Details


Prince Street IV


This epitome of a Soho loft is packed with all the classics: soaring ceilings with exposed wooden beams and a rooftop view that will leave the crowd cheering for an encore.


$1559 nightly / Sleeps 6 / Details


Washington Loft


The home has a monochrome color scheme, with splashes of navy and burgundy. Exposed brick walls add texture, and bookshelves reach up to the double-height ceiling.


$1400 nightly / Sleeps 6 /Details


Tweed Loft


Tweed Loft feels crisp, from the kitchen’s marble splashback to the ivory leather bucket chairs and zebra rug in the open-plan living area.


$1029 nightly / Sleeps 7 /Details

Design Standard

Witness Apt


Exceptional natural daylight radiates through the home’s 20+ windows where workshops, cooking events, screenings, and influencers dinners are hosted.


$600 nightly / Sleeps 4 / Details


Fulton Studio


Located in Historic Downtown, Fulton Studio is the epitome of chic: polished alabaster floors, whitewashed walls and high ceilings.


$380 nightly / Sleeps 2 / Details


Greenhouse Loft


Sail through the streets of Chelsea then kick back and unwind. Sinking into the roomy, comfy couch with a cool drink in hand, you’ll be glad you decided to come to this loft.


$890 nightly / Sleeps 6 / Details


Swaan Loft


This contemporary 2,200 square foot, 2 bedroom loft on Broadway between Greenwich Village and the East Village is perfect for families or groups.


$850 nightly / Sleeps 9 / Details


Swaan Residence


Experience New York like a true local in this well located home near Union Square, Washington Square Park, and within easy access to the subway.


$850 nightly / Sleeps 10 / Details


Grand Street No.2


Community gardens, costumed dogs, and punks. No need to say anything else.


$495 nightly / Sleeps 6 /Details


Nassau Residence


Community gardens, costumed dogs, and punks. The East Village may have been the birthplace of New York’s counterculture but it now has a thriving diaper culture going on too as the birthplace of quite a few little people too.


$500 nightly / Sleeps 3 / Details

Street Standard

Stuyvesant Square


Stuyvesant Square in Gramercy is full of personality, from the two Victorian-inspired sitting rooms on the ground floor, to the two art-filled dining rooms down one floor on garden level.


$385 nightly/ Sleeps 5 / Details 


Tompkins Square East



This light-drenched space with exposed brick walls and hardwood floors is jazzed up with art, and antiques.


$315 nightly/ Sleeps 4 / Details 


East Village Charm


Experience the buzzing energy of downtown NYC and stay in a beautiful retreat with all the ammenities you need.


$170 nightly/ Sleeps 4 / Details 

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By Published on Nov 19 2015
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