Orchard Street Vacation Rental

Posted on: June 9th, 2010 at 6:18 am by

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The trendiest neighborhood hotels – Thompson LES, Cooper Square Hotel, Bowery Hotel – have nothing on this Orchard Street studio gem, currently being whored out as a vacation rental.  Apparently it’s the most comfortable studio apartment in all of downtown Manhattan, and can be yours for $150 per night.

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Here’s the listing:

Welcome to the most trendy, comfortable studio apartment in downtown NYC! Located on Orchard Street in the Lower East Side.

Studio is on the 4th floor of a walk-up in a newly renovated, clean building. Amenities include:

Central heating, full kitchen, wireless internet, Queen size ottoman-style bed, luxury linens, surround-sound stereo, cable tv/dvd. You will be comfortable!

Not to mention the amazing location, which is just one block from the central F subway line. Also walking distance to Soho, Nolita, Chinatown and East Village and in the heart of the trendiest neighborhood in New York, the Lower East Side.

Looks like a shoebox to us.  What would you charge to rent your apartment for one night?

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