This beautifully decorated 3 Bedroom Apartment sleeps up to 8 people and is located one block from a major subway hub that brings you to Central Park and the Yankees Stadium within less than 10 minutes. The neighborhood is very safe and diverse!
This Apartment has 3 Bedrooms, 1 Open Kitchen and 1 Bathroom with Tub
Two bedrooms are furnished with a full size bed, one with a queen size bed. All rooms have a closet, one bedroom has a desk. All bedrooms have A/C.The living room with open kitchen is furnished with a convertible full size Sofa Bed and a hightop dining table.
The kitchen is well equipped with an electric stove/oven, water kettle, toaster oven, coffee maker, fridge w freezer and a microwave.
There is High Speed Wi-Fi and Cable TV.
We provide Towels and Sheets.
There is Laundry in the Building.
This apartment can sleep up to 8 people.
Free Street Parking is available but limited.
The Building/Apartment is Wheelchair Accessible.
Accès des voyageurs
The Entire Apartment is exclusively rented to the Guest(s). The Building has a Laundry Area in the Basement. Backyard can be accessed for a get together but please be mindful of our neighbors. No (loud) music or social gatherings after 10pm.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We will meet you at the apartment to welcome you and give you a little tour of the apartment.
Our assistant Alan lives close by and can be called for assistance at any time.
NO SMOKING, NO DRUGS & NO PETS
Please be mindful of our neighbors. No (LOUD) music, especially not after 10pm or before 8am.
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My name is Stephan, born and raised in Germany I moved to NYC in 2008 where I started a career in residential real estate. Not long after that I discovered my true passion: creating and curing spaces. In 2012 I founded my own interior design company but it didn't take long and I fell in love again.. this time with Puerto Rico. Finally I moved to the island in 2013. Together with Sylvia, I built this place called "The Dreamcatcher", a childhood dream come true.
A Message from Sylvia:
One of the most important things that I have learned from my mother and grandmother was the importance of creating a special place for yourself, your family and friends. A home that holds beauty and memories, a space that it is alive. Have every corner tell a story and decorate it with little reminders of where you come from. Make it a home that provides a sanctuary for the special people in your life.
The first time I had my own place I realized how important it was for me to create a little oasis. I still have books, drapes and furniture from my small house in Sarasota, where I went to school at the time. I must have had 25 more places after that and each one of them was like an empty canvas to rearrange my memories with objects I had collected over time.
After 15 years away, life looped me back home to Puerto Rico. I reconnected with the wisdom and love of my grandmother and not to forget all her simple yet beautiful vintage furniture, which now serve as comfort and decoration at the Dreamcatcher.
This is our home, and while you are here, yours as well….