Rent a Room in the Manhattan Columbus House. Sweet home in the Manhattan Valley
The Manhattan Columbus House is one block from Central Park, a fifteen-minute walk from Riverside Park, and a 20-minute walk from Columbia University. It lies within the Manhattan Valley near the Upper West Side. The area is charming, quiet, unassuming, and has more parks (at least four!) within walking distance than any other part of the city.
There are a total of three apartments each with 6 bedrooms, all private with queen-sized beds, high-quality bedding, towels, and each room has a closet. There are three bathrooms in each apartment. The apartments have an open floor plan where the community is fostered — relax on the couch and watch the flat-screen smart TV, equipped with ROKU for prime viewing, dine together at the big table perfectly suited for sharing stories and getting to know your housemates. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances, gas ranges, and all are stocked with the essentials — toaster, coffee maker, tea kettle, microwave, pots and pans, cutlery, dishes — everything you need to be set up for a comfortable living.
Private room with queen size bed and desk
Econom private room with queen size bed
The culinary drink scene has started to take off in Manhattan Valley, Upper West Side area. Mama’s Too! Is a favorite for delicious pizza and Sal & Carmine’s remains the longtime slice mainstay; Grain House, Atlas Kitchen, and 108 Food Dried Hot Pot have brought their touch of Asian in recent years. Thai Market is considered one of the best Thai places in all of Manhattan; Cascabel Taqueria’s outdoor seating is filled up every summer night, and Dive 106 and Bob’s Your Uncle are locally-beloved neighborhood dives.
Whole Foods Market is a 5-minute walk from the house, coffee shops and cafes abound. With the University and Barnard so close in proximity, you will be all set for all that you need for your stay with us.
|Distance to||By train||By car|
|LaGuardia||Approx 1 hour: via C Train||40 minutes|
|JFK||1 hour: via C Train + E Train or B Train + E Train||1 hour|
|Union Square (Midtown Manhattan)||30 min: B to Q Trains (or 15 min with CitiBike)||24 min|
|WallStreet (Downtown Manhattan)||40 min: B to 1 Train||26 min|
|Times Square||Hop on the B Train for a short 20 min ride||15 min|
|The Metropolitan Museum of Art||20 min: on B Train||7 min|
Citibike has a station 2 minutes away from the House.