A tranquil welcoming room for your New York visit with a fabulous view
An economical bed and help-yourself breakfast for the New York visitor; share a spacious 1929 apartment and use the harbor-side bedroom.
The apartment is in Staten Island on the hill above the ferry terminal. A stroll down the hill (or a five-minute bus trip) takes you to New York's famed free ferry - runs day and night and lands in the heart of downtown New York City.
Ultra-quiet and super-safe. Air conditioned. Free wireless internet. Your own key to come and go.
Bars, restaurants, and stores within walking distance, but very quiet.
Elevator. Handicap accessible from the street.
Free parking on the street - no need to move your car for Alternate Side of the Street parking. Space for bicycle(s) inside.
Your guestroom is on the corner, with four bright windows. Queen-size futon. Desk / dressing table. Extra foldaway bed available.
Linens and towels, shampoo, hair dryer, iron.
Share the bathroom with the host (no other guests). Shower or tub. Share the kitchen. Help yourself to breakfast and snacks. Use the fridge. Cook if you like.
Laundromat in the basement.
No pets or smoking. There are no pets here and the host doesn’t smoke.
Rates: $70/night single, $80 double.
Welcome in advance!
Stay in New York City’s original waterfront resort.
Congratulations Guests Dominique B. and Kristian De J. - New York City Marathon!
Share kitchen -- welcome to use stove, fridge, plates, etc. Cooking welcome too.
No burning candles.
No shoes in the apartment.
Host will be there during your visit. Talk if you like, or not.
My name is Nicholas Zvegintzov, and I’m retired. I once was an expert in software maintenance.
I’ve traveled to many strange places, but where I live is strange too – on a hill above the Staten Island Ferry Terminal with a view of the towers of New York City.
I’ve stayed with many wonderful people, and wonderful people have stayed with me. I hope you will too.
In my experience the Guest is tired, hungry, and cold, and needs to be treated for those conditions, besides being offered clean linen, a subway map, and a guide to the light switches. (Oh yes, and a shower, laundry, and internet. And a drink.)
Stay over – see New York from far and near – and I’ll try to do the same for you.
(And I highly recommend ‘Siberian BAM Guide - rail, rivers, and road / Includes North-East Russia’s Siberian BAM Railway, Lena River & Kolyma Highway’, 2nd edition, by Athol Yates and Nicholas Zvegintzov, Trailblazer Publications, UK, 2001. Or look at pictures at SiberiaBAMLena.)
Happy traveling and safe arrivals!