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An apartment on 1st Avenue.

There’s a new high-end vacation rental service in town. Onefinestay offers up the “un-hotel” as an alternative to chain hotels and they are looking for new hosts with properties on the Lower East Side. The service offers its members short-stay accommodation in cities around the world that’s a better value and more unique than any hotel. Onefinestay allows visitors to “live like the locals,” and they are especially interested in distinctive properties downtown.

Hosts are assured of professional housekeeping and having the finer details of the process handled by onefinestay. As for the guests, they get to enjoy the comfort and space of a home, but with all the benefits of a hotel. The staff meets your guest on arrival and provides a full turnkey service including high quality linens, towels and Kiehls amenities. Not to mention an iPhone loaded with useful tips and additional information about the area from the “locals.”

The website is currently offering homes in London, Manhattan and Brooklyn with rates varying from $180-$1,500 per night. For example, well-heeled visitors wishing to stay in the neighborhood can do so for $600 per night on Bond Street.

Pictured above, an apartment on Bond Street.  More after the jump.

An apartment on Kenmare Street.

To discover how much you could be earning as a onefinestay host, click here. For more info about onefinestay, go here.

 

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Has anyone checked the residential/hotel regulations in NYC? As popular as the practice has become it is is illegal.
    http://assembly.state.ny.us/leg/?default_fld=&bn=S06873&term=2009&Summary=Y&Actions=Y&Votes=Y&Memo=Y&Text=Y

    Or read the NY Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/28/nyregion/city-closes-illegal-hotels-and-puts-pressure-on-b-and-bs.html?_r=0.

    The risks to other tenants/owners in the building are very high and I know from personal experience that many guests using these kind of services are neither quiet or careful. Without a full time hotel concierge on the premises to manage this situation, things get out of hand very quickly – even with adult guests.

  2. We contacted One Fine Stay about these questions/concerns. Here is the company’s response:

    The regulatory environment in New York is complicated and often
    misunderstood. The regulation affects only certain types of buildings for certain scenarios, and as noted in our New York Times coverage this past July (http://goo.gl/nzuPN/), hasn’t affected people’s real homes, which are the only type of homes we work with. Being a member of onefinestay means a controlled, carefully managed and secure way for owners to bring in guests and earn an income or other membership benefits whenever they’re out of town.

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