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Rue confortable, pratique, sûre, tranquille, à proximité de Manhattan. Libre accès à internet haut débit (WiFi). Boutiques, restaurants, métro sont tout autour de l’angle ou facilement accessibles à pied. 10 min a pied de métro, 4 arrêts de métro de midtown. maison en brique des années 1950 rouge typique pour cette période et de la région. La chambre possède une entrée séparée, un grand soleil et une salle de bain privée pour nos clients. Câble TV/VCR dans la pièce adjacente. Laverie, supermarché, magasin bagel, presse journaux, distributeur automatique de billets juste autour du coin, restaurants, cafés, pharmacie, commerces à pied. Préparer votre propre petit déjeuner, micro-ondes, cafetière/théière, réfrigérateur. Voir aussi .astoriabedandbreakfast
4,8 sur avril 19, 2016
The only reason I did not give 5 stars also to the Rooms (out of Rooms, Service, Value, Cleanliness, and Onsite Dining -- assuming by "Onsite" in the survey what is meant is the locale which is within walking distance and delivery range of several restaurants and a 24-hour grocery store in addition to having cereals, teas, preserves, and bread provided by the host) is that the dining room is used for archived office files that sometimes need to be accessed (as of 4/2016). However, the host & host family are very nice and considerate and the archives only needed accessing an average of once a week. I stayed during March and April 2016. Every thing works well, the property is beautifully maintained, and the price is very competitive for this locale. For all these reasons, I rate this choice for a Bed & Breakfast a 96% out of a possible 100% (24 out of 25 stars). - Sahar Chinyere, PhotoJournalist.
5 sur août 14, 2014
Our group of 5 stay absolutely loved it here. It's in a safe neighborhood only a 5-10 minute walk from the subway station. Mr. Damian is a fantastic host, very friendly! Our pantry and fridge was kept stocked, and our rooms clean. They even accommodated for the large party with a third mattress. Our private basement room had it's own private entrance.
3,8 sur juillet 10, 2014
Three of us stayed quite comfortably for four nights ending July 5, 2014. No complaints from anybody! Breakfast necessities were in the fridge and cupboards, a grocery store is close, and a great German pub a mere couple of blocks away. Access to the subway is fine. We plan to return.
4,6 sur janvier 27, 2012
First, I'd like to say there were absolutely no complaints. Reading other reviews, I saw that some people said it was stuffy, crowded with little light, but I did not find that to be the case. It is a basement apartment, but, did I mention, it's a basement apartment! You get a living room, small kitchenette, bathroom and sleeping area. Let me say, if you are like a lot of attention and are looking for a room with a view and warm breakfasts cooked every morning, you are going to be disappointed. But if you like being able to come and go as you please, make your own hours, and have your own mini apartment to yourself, then this is an awesome place. It's very close to the subway, it felt safe, and Claudia was nice and made herself available. And for the price, in NYC, I can't imagine finding anything better. Would go back in a heartbeat.
4,2 sur août 14, 2011
Lots more space than most rooms; really almost like having a 1 bedroom basement apartment, since you have your own bedroom and also share a living room next door with the proprietors (who are rarely downstairs). Claudia is very nice and very attentive (but not to an obnoxious degree). The neighborhood is nice and convenient. The only negatives were (1) the mattress was too soft for my back (which reflects my idiosyncratic tastes- if it was harder I'm sure other guests would be displeased because it was too hard) and (2) when I emailed trying to book another stay I didn't get a response!
3,8 sur avril 17, 2011
Very convenient for traveling into NYC. Claudia and Theo are very friendly and helpful, and Claudia kept the refrigerator and pantry well stocked for us. Rooms were a bit crowded, but the beds were comfortable and it was nice to have our own bathroom. Kitchen has a microwave, toaster, coffee maker and full size refrig. Good variety of restaurants nearby, and a grocery store and a laundromat as well.
2,8 sur septembre 13, 2010
What you need to know: 1. This is a basement apartment so it has little air or natural light (although there is some) 2. The neighbourhood is safe 3. It is convenient for visiting Manhattan The weather was very warm whilst we were there so the apartment was quite stuffy, the only option for some air was opening the back door, exposing a screen covered with a mosquito net. I wouldn't say that the hosts were unfriendly, but they were a bit distant (perhaps because Claudia's English is good but not fluent?) - our only contact over was checking in and paying. Overall, fine at the current price but not a hidden gem. If you can afford more go elsewhere.
Réponse du propriétaire
While the window to the front does not open, you can open the front door and leave just the screen door closed so that air can come in. If you also open the back door this will create cross ventilation as desired. The screen door for the front can be locked from the inside, so in the summer months it can stay open even while you sleep. Alternatively, there is also air conditioning. It is a basement apartment with an incline leading down to it from the street (see the photo), about 2-3 feet below street level. To the garden in the back there are two steps up.
- Claudia Damian (innkeeper)
4,0 sur août 17, 2010
My friend and I just stayed at the Astoria B & B. The place is a nice cozy apartment on the bottom half of a private residence. It definitely was a great location in a very safe neighborhood of Queens. It's only a few blocks (no more than 10 min walk) to the nearest subway station that will take you anywhere from Manhattan, Brooklyn, etc. We used the subway every single day and it was a bargain at $2.25 a ride anywhere we wanted to go. The fridge was stocked with loaves of bread, milk, juice, water, jams, peanut butter. The cupboards were stocked with cold cereals, oatmeals, teas and coffee. We didn't get to meet Claudia but did get to meet her husband Theo. He was very nice. The price was a great deal compared to all the expensive hotels in the Manhattan area. I would definitely stay again.
4,0 sur mai 11, 2009
We really loved our 4-day stay. Claudia is wonderful, the apartment is generously sized, clean and quiet. The only reservation we have is that if you drive (as we did) it can be very challenging to find parking.
2,6 sur septembre 30, 2008
The neighborhood in the district is ok. Peaceful and nice. The rooms used for customers are ok. I have marked the Service with 2 stars only because during our stay there the landlords were out of town and we had to call up for a relative to ask for this and that. I am sure this cannot happen during a normal period of time when everybody is home. The worst thing is breakfast. But I think people could clarify this before booking the room. It is better to ask what is the breakfast consisting of. The rest is ok.
New York City, le quartier d’Astoria de Queens
New York, NY (LGA-LaGuardia) 2 miles
Métro de Manhattan : train R ou M en directon uptown/Queens jusqu'à la gare de la 46e rue. Monter les escaliers, vous serez à Broadway. Croix de Broadway et continuer à marcher au nord pour un pâté de maisons, puis tourner à droite sur avenue du 31e, 50th Street a laissé à 30-18 sur la gauche (10 min. à pied, ou cab 5$). Gare routière de prendre le métro E dans le sens uptown/Queens à Queens Plaza, puis R ou V (voir ci-dessus). En voiture depuis le Nord : Triborough Bridge, direction Queens, prendre la sortie au bout du pont, tournez à droite sur la rue de la 31e (sous le train surélevé), a laissé le 30e Avenue, droite sur la 50e rue. En voiture depuis le Sud : Brooklyn-Queens-Expressway (278) jusqu'à la sortie Boulevard du Nord (sortie 38), tourner à gauche sur le Boulevard du Nord, à droite sur la 47e rue, droite sur 30th Ave., à droite sur la 50e rue. En voiture de Manhattan : niveau inférieur du pont de Queensborough, suivre les indications pour continuer sur le Boulevard du Nord, tournez à gauche sur la 47e rue, droite sur 30th Ave., droite sur la 50e rue. Bus de Manhattan : demander une carte de bus de Manhattan à tout pilote stand ou en bus du métro de billet. De la 2nd Avenue / 59th Street, prendre le bus 101 Q Steinway Street/30th Ave., dans le Queens, prendre le Q 18 vers l’est sur la 30e avenue jusqu'à la 50th Street (en face de commerce équitable supermarché) et marcher directement sur la 50e rue. Payer avec metrocard ou pièces de monnaie (aucune facture acceptée dans les autobus). Un transfert est gratuit, mais demander un billet de transfert lorsque vous payez avec des pièces.
Tout de New York City !
Climatisation, Cafetière/Bouilloire, Bureau, Réfrigérateur , Sèche-cheveux, Planche à repasser, Kitchenette, Micro-ondes, Entrée indépendante, Radio, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Transport en commun à proximité, Wi-Fi
également un endroit parfait pour les grands-parents, visite à la famille dans les domaines de l’Astoria ou Woodside, Shopping, Excursion