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01 76 66 09 26
02 030 062 998
(646) 416.6362
1178 Broadway, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10001
418 8th Street 11215 Brooklyn


+(1) 646 374-8980
02 030 062 998


Q. Where can I find the privacy policy for MHP?

To view the privacy policy of MHP, please click here.

Q. I wish to book online, however, I am not well versed in English. Can anyone help me through this process?

Our website is currently being translated into many languages. Meanwhile, you can call the agency and speak with one of our agents. Our staff speaks English, Spanish, French, German, Arabic, Italian, Dutch and Japanese. They will gladly help you with the reservation process. Visit our contact page to find the means of communication that suits you.

Q. Our plane lands in the morning. At what time can we move into the apartment?

You cannot enter the apartment before 3 P.M, however, you may come to the agency, drop your luggage, tour the city, come back before 3 P.M. to retrieve the keys and finally move into your apartment.

Q. Our plane lands late in the evening. Can someone from the agency check us in?

Yes there will always be someone to meet you, but additional fees may be charged for late arrivals.

Q. How late can I check out?

As in hotels, you must vacate the apartment no later than 11 A.M.

Q. Can you recommend an apartment in a quiet neighborhood?

Keep in mind that the city is always in action. There are bars and restaurants that pop up all over town. Among the quietest neighborhood we recommend: Midtown East, Upper East Side, Upper West Side and Brooklyn Heights. These neighborhoods are the favorites of those seeking more tranquility, or a family atmosphere.

Q. I'm in a wheelchair. Do you offer apartments to suit my needs?

Unfortunately, we have no apartments specially adapted for wheelchair access, however, several apartments in our listing are on the ground floor, have wide doorways or spacious elevators.

Q. We are students on vacation looking to be at the heart of the action...

The Theater District, Chelsea, Greenwich Village, the Meat Packing District and the East Village are all good neighborhoods. Greenwich Village is a neighborhood full of energetic, trendy, chic piano bars to casual jazz clubs. The Theater District draws a mixed crowd of tourists to its many shows, bars, clubs and restaurants. The Meat Packing District is very hip, full of beautiful people who flock to its design.

Q. Will I have internet access in my apartment?

Most of our apartments have internet access. Please check the amenities listed with each apartment description to be sure that you choose an apartment that offers this service.

Q. At what point will I know that my reservation is confirmed?

Once you have paid the agency fees, your reservation will be definitively accepted. MHP will send a confirmation in writing (e-mail). Please check the details of your rental to see if they are correct.

Q. When do I pay the balance?

The final balance of the rent must be paid upon arrival in our office located on the 2nd floor of 1178 Broadway. If the full balance is not paid, the reservation will be canceled and the agency fee lost.

Q. What methods of payment do you accept?

We accept Visa Card, Master Card, and American Express. You also have the option of paying with Paypal. Paypal is the safest and the easiest way to pay online. This service allows you to pay in any way you prefer without sharing financial information. You can also make a bank transfer.

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Manhattan China Town 10002 Grand Street Between Ludlow Street and Orchard
From: $2,800 to $3300 per month
China Town / Manhattan 10002
Available: Now
Updated 4 May 2020
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ID#: 26516741
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Manhattan China Town 10002 Grand Street 1 bedroom
1 bedroom(s)
From: $3,300 per month
China Town / Manhattan 10002
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Updated 4 May 2020
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China Town
Chinatown is situated downtown on the East side, from Brooklyn Bridge to Lafayette Street and north to Canal Street. The historic ethnic enclave home to the largest concentration of Chinese people in the Western Hemisphere is at the southern part of Manhattan just north of the Financial District.

Its truly astonishing how a large influx of people from the Eastern Hemisphere can adopt an area in a foreign land from such humble beginnings. This almost aboriginal ethnic enclave bourgeoned from a miniscule smoke shop open by Ah Ken, whom is the first person credited as having permanently immigrated to Chinatown. The area is a beacon of light in a city that has been slowly dulled by the conformity of global multinational corporations. Chinatown remains an oasis of the sort of whimsy, grit, and enigma that makes New York great. Although the area is known for its authentic Chinese restaurants, specialty shops, and markets; the neighborhood has much more than bargains and food.

There is much fun to be had in Chinatown, weather you fancy a game of table tennis or just like to watch people hustle and bustle as you enjoy the buzz of busy atmosphere or looking for some relaxation via massage and spa treatments, Chinatown has all of it in abundance and does all of this without burning a hole in your pocket. The area is worth taking a stroll beyond Canal Street, famous for its street vendors selling faux items such as name brand sunglasses, watches, and handbags. The New York Table Tennis Federation offers great rates, just $10 for an hour or $15 for a full day pass of table tennis and is a splendid for family fun; dont be intimidated by the pros around you playing intensely. For some culture, the Museum of Chinese in America offer exhibits about the 19th century beginning of the neighborhood to its more structured modern day presence and also offers a walking tour of the area. Want to learn the ancient art of Kung Fu; well you can do that to. The Bo Law Kung Fu Association offers classes for children and adults. You may also find outdoor fun in Chinatown at Columbus Park, the park contains a sports field and playground located on Mulberry Street between Bayard and Moscow Streets which is the historic part of Chinatown referred to as Five Points.

After you have fulfilled your need of great Chinese cuisine and found great bargains its time for some rest and relaxation which can be found in the many massage and spa treatment centers the area has. On Mott Street you can find Katys Face Spa, skilled hands working away on your anguished body for a great price. Another affordable place for a spa day or massage is Wim Lu Services located on Grand Street. It is no wonder the area is notorious for crowds on the weekend due to the array opf deals to be found in this central location. The neighborhood is easily accessible by means of public transportation which makes it easy to commute to Brooklyn, Wall Street, and Midtown. For nightlife youll be glad for SoHo which blends with Chinatown. In 2010 Chinatown along with Little Italy was listed as a historic district and is currently offering contemporary apartments in newly renovated buildings, great for those who thrive on urban essence and village charm.
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