The Madison Suite
MAX GUESTS: 2
BED SIZE(S): 1 queen-size beds & 1 daybed
ROOM SIZE: 830 sq. ft.
Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, the Madison Suite has everything you need to feel at home during your extended stay to Manhattan, New York City. At approximately 950 square feet, this serviced corporate apartment occupies the complete third floor of 1871 House, extending from front to back and thereby providing two special sets of views: the facing row of timeless townhouses and activity of 62nd Street to the north, and a cityscape view of skyscrapers, as well as 1871 House’s lovely garden to the south.
The back portion of the suite, facing south, consists of one queen bedroom, while the front, facing north, constitutes the main living area, including a daybed, as well as a breakfast nook off the kitchen. There is a small room adjacent to the back bedroom that may be used as an office/den/lounge or for storage. The latter, offering that picturesque northern view, has a convincing claim on most delightful coffee or dinner spot in the building, and it is no shoo¬-in contest! A private en-suite bathroom adds to the luxurious atmosphere of this suite.
The Madison Suite’s airy expansiveness is further enhanced by the approximately 10-foot ceilings and parquet-style hardwood floors, both of which extend throughout the suite. Two decorative marble fireplaces give greater perspective and charisma: one in the larger back bedroom and one near the front, dividing the sitting area from the queen-size bed there.
The kitchen features a refrigerator, gas range stove/oven, dishwasher, coffeemaker, toaster oven, and a supply of utensils, dishes, pots, drinking glasses, and cups.
A/C available June-October. 28″ HD LED TV/DVD Combo with ROKU attachment for streaming your favorite shows or movies on Netflix, Amazon or other available apps. Fireplace is decorative only. Pets and smoking are not permitted. The house is not serviced by an elevator. All suites are accessed via the house’s common staircase.
We think you should know:
-As 1871 House is a historical building and retains much of its 19th Century structure, it is not suited for all accessibility needs.
-The charming, late 1800s townhouse, is not a modern structure – think creaky floorboards and sloping wood floors.
-There’s no elevator in the building and the apartment is three flights up from the entry hall level, so prepare to haul your luggage
-The apartment does not have a buzzer system
-Pets & Smoking are not permitted
-The kitchen is small and a bit older, but still good enough to prepare your morning coffee and other basics, just don’t expect to flex your culinary muscles
-One of the queen beds is in the living room
-As this is NYC, you shouldn’t expect the streets below to be quiet – there may be construction or traffic noise nearby
-The fireplaces are only decorative
-This is a large full-floor apartment with multiple rooms. Starting rates are based on single occupancy.
-The maximum number of primary guests allowed is two.