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New York is a city of many diverse neighbourhoods, each with their own distinct atmosphere to colour the visitor’s experience. A holiday apartment in Carnegie Hill will leave the visitor with a memorable impression of New York. Your holiday apartment in Carnegie Hill will see you staying in one of New York’s most prestigious neighbourhoods and certainly the eminent Upper East Side district. Here, your holiday accommodation in Carnegie Hill will see you mingling with the well-heeled locals and gaining a unique perspective on the city. You will enjoy the same level of authenticity as couchsurfing in Carnegie Hill but with the added comfort and privacy of your very own room or apartment. Together, Carnegie Hill and your accommodation from 9flats will leave you with indelible memories of this outstanding city.
Exploring New York City from your holiday apartment in Carnegie Hill
Carnegie Hill runs from 96th Street in the north to 86th Street in the south and is bounded by Central Park to the west and 3rd Avenue to the east. Its prestige as the Upper East Side’s foremost residential area is widely acknowledged. The neighbourhood got its name from the mansion built here by Andrew Carnegie in 1901 and many luxurious townhouses and mansions soon followed. It is famous for its fine architecture, some examples of which are 200 years old, and it makes for a great walking area for those interested in New York’s architectural history.
Luxuriating in your holiday accommodation in Carnegie Hill
For those seeking a holiday apartment in New York within a central and upscale neighbourhood, Carnegie Hill is just perfect. The neighbourhood is not just about the architecture and history; throughout the area you will find many excellent restaurants and upmarket boutiques. There is a particular focus on stylish children’s clothing shops, perhaps a reflection of the numerous outstanding schools in the area. This also makes Carnegie Hill a great area to visit with kids, as it is known for its child friendly atmosphere. You should also remember to visit Andrew Carnegie’s old house, which is now the National Design Museum and part of the Smithsonian Institute.
Choosing another area in New York City
Just across Central Park and to the south, a holiday apartment in Hell’s Kitchen will bring you a different experience of New York. Here you will find edgy clubs and budget ethnic restaurants in an area that is already experiencing some gentrification. Hell’s Kitchen is extremely convenient for the Broadway theatres and Times Square. Hell’s Kitchen is a pretty central district of Manhattan and you are never far away from the major sights. The Empire State Building and Central Park are an easy walk to the east, with south Manhattan and the ferries to Liberty Island just a short cab ride or subway journey away. For an exciting and authentic trip to New York, book your apartment in Carnegie Hill or Hell’s Kitchen now.