Coach House Rentals Opens In New York

Coach House Rentals Opens In New York


Coach House Rentals, the leading specialist in short term London and Paris rentals, have now opened in New York – same quality rentals, same personal service.

They currently have 6 properties on their books suitable for parties of 2-8 people. Most spectacular is a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment on the 28th floor of a luxury, doorman controlled, building with its own private balcony, roof terrace and amazing views. $295 per night for a 7 night stay, $320 per night for stays of 5 or 6 nights.

Their service includes:

* a representative to meet you at your rental, show you in, tell you about the local area and answer any questions you may have

* a mini-guide for each rental covering the property, neighbourhood shops, local transport, pubs, restaurants and cafés

* a welcome pack for a light, New York style, breakfast for the first couple of days of your stay: bagels cream cheese and smoked salmon, butter, jams, tea and coffee, sugar, milk, fruit juice and cereals plus any special requests and some initial basic toiletries

* a telephone help line to provide answers to questions about New York, what to do and see, and a 24/7 number in the unlikely event of an emergency – such as losing your keys

* a car to meet you at the airport and take you to your apartment can be arranged on request – by far the easiest way to get into town with lots of bags.

Full detail of the Coach House Rentals New York service at – www.rentals.chsnyc.com.

Coach House Rentals are seeking properties to add to their New York portfolio, so if you have an under-used property that that could be earning for you in your absence. You can see the service they offer at www.chsnyc.com.owners.htm.

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