Central to everything, Roosevelt Island is a charming, safe and comfortable oasis in the heart of New York City. Sleep soundly on a luxurious Casper mattress (or a comfortable futon, your choice), enjoy the use of our spacious kitchen, in-building laundry, and easy access to beautiful jogging paths, waterways, parks, tennis courts, and more. You can easily reach Roosevelt Island by the F train or take the Roosevelt Island Tram in order to enjoy scenic views of the Manhattan skyline.
This is a nook in our common area. While we do walk past it to go to our rooms, the space is completely your own to use during your stay.
You will have access to our shared kitchen and bathroom. There are also in-building laundry machines for an affordable rate.
Interaction with guests
Feel free to chat and ask us questions when we are home. If you have questions when we are not at home, send us message!
Other things to note
The check-in window listed (6PM-1AM) is not a strict one. If this window does not work for you, let us know so that we can be sure to have a plan that suits everyone! If you're checking in during work hours, we'll meet you in Manhattan to give you a set of keys and you'll travel to the apartment from there. Good news is that the location in Manhattan is only one public transit stop away from Roosevelt Island.
- Include your arrival time in your first message so that we can start that conversation as soon as possible.
- Similar flexibility applies to check out. Please include your ideal check out time in your request as well.
On a completely separate note, for you Pokemon Go players, you can battle at the nearby gym from inside the apartment. Imagine all the coins and defense points that you can amass!
We ask for quiet after 11 PM and respect for the space. Please be considerate and help us keep our place clean and comfortable. Please refrain from bringing other guests without prior approval. We like to know everyone we welcome into our home.
I am an educator and an entrepreneur. I love AirBNB because I love traveling and because I love meeting people. Places I've lived outside of the United States include Cape Town, South Africa, Beijing, China, and Viterbo, Italy. Next on my list is Guatemala because I want to learn Spanish!