Private entrance to garden level suite in an historic yet completely renovated 1858 townhouse, on pretty street with free on street parking. Private bathroom, living room, bedroom, and access to a secluded garden. Bright, comfortable living area with big sofa, coffee and microwave, Netflix and HBO. Bedroom with window into the garden and nicely appointed bathroom. Private bathroom, living room, bedroom, access to a restful and private garden.
“This was my second time staying at Janet's place, and I can't recommend it enough. Perfect location, in a nice, quiet neighborhood that is a convenient walk to the capital and plenty of shops and restaurants. I will definitely stay again next time work takes me to Albany.”
BOOK this Attic loft suite in a renovated historic 200 year-old building in trendy neighborhood of Albany's Pastures. Great location near Albany Medical Center, Times Union Center, Empire State Plaza, Library, Lark Street, State Offices, courts; easy access to local & regional bus routes and highways (I-787, I-90 & I-87). Great for traveling nurses! Accommodates up to 4 guests Toiletries included. Save & BOOK this trendy suite today! Message me at any time. Hope to welcome you soon! -Earl
“The loft was absolutely lovely! All the wood and exposed brick gave it such a cozy feel. The natural lighting was also beautiful! Earl was a great host and I couldn’t recommend this as a place to stay in Albany enough!”
Garden Apartment, newly renovated in Center Square. Convenient to NY State Capital, Legislature, State Offices. Also close to Lark Street and Washington Park. We live above the apartment so there may be some foot (and dog) traffic in the mornings but we try to keep it down. We're usually on the second floor.
“Everything is excellent. The apartment is extremely clean and it's also very quiet at night. I lived there for a few days for attending the NY bar exam, this might be the best choice for people coming to Albany for that exam as it only takes less than 10 minutes to walk to the test center. It really worths the price.”