Stay in an East Village apartment to have one of New York’s most intriguing, diverse neighborhoods on your doorstep.
The East Village has long been known as a fertile breeding ground for counter-culture in all its guises. It saw its golden age during the 1960s when it was populated with Beatniks, artists and musicians, and is largely considered the birthplace of punk rock. Despite the forces of gentrification moving into the East Village, the neighborhood retains a diverse population and an artistic vibe, not to mention an exciting nightlife scene. A favorite amongst New York’s hipsters, it’s the neighborhood of choice for anyone seeking something a little different during their trip to Manhattan. Visitors to the East Village won’t have any difficulty seeking out quirky cafés, unconventional bars and restaurants reflecting the area’s rich diversity. No visitor to the East Village can leave without paying St. Mark’s Place a visit. This chunk of 8th street was long considered the epicenter of East Village cultural life, housing venues frequented by the likes of Andy Warhol, Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg, as well as some interesting architecture. There is also a generous selection of museums, many of which explore the district’s immigrant history, and a scattering of parks and squares, the largest and most central of which is Tompkins Square Park.
Rent an apartment in the East Village to immerse yourself in one of New York’s most exciting neighborhoods. A vacation apartment is the perfect way to sample a taste of local life and experience the best the neighborhood has to offer at ease. We offer a selection of holiday accommodation as diverse as the East Village itself, but all our apartments have one thing in common – they promise convenience and comfort for your stay in the Big Apple.