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Top 5 vacation rentals near The Seagram Building, New York

Searching for the perfect accommodation? Take a look at these gems and book your dream stay

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American flag in front of The Seagram Building, New York

When visiting New York, The Seagram Building has to be high on your list of things to see. It's renowned for a reason, so be sure to go and see what all the fuss is about. It isn't every day you find yourself so close to something so special.

Where to stay near The Seagram Building, New York

Here is our pick of the top 5 vacation rentals. Make your choice and treat yourself to a luxury stay.

Primary Blocks

Primary Blocks, Plum Guide home in New York

Primary Blocks, Plum Guide home in New York

Click to book Primary Blocks now: from £289 per night This is a great apartment in a primo location, offering all the amenities you could ask for. The decor is simple and won't be winning any prizes on the character front, but it's bright and comfortable and boasts incredible views of the city from its private balcony. Staying here gives you access to a stunning 37th floor pool, gym facilities, and a business lounge should you need it. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

Penelope's Charm

Penelope's Charm, Plum Guide home in New York

Penelope's Charm, Plum Guide home in New York

Click to book Penelope's Charm now: from £185 per night This historic building was erected in the early twentieth century when the Upper East Side was being quickly transformed into a neighbourhood of mansions and townhouses. A lot has changed in the hundred years since but one thing that remains just as prestigious is this home's address. Less than a hundred yards from the entrance of Central Park, you can get to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in seven minutes on foot and the Guggenheim in fifteen. Your living quarters for the trip are cosy but contain everything you need to relax and get yourself ready ahead of a day of exploring the Big Apple. Perhaps an undersung highlight that comes with a stay here is the use of the communal entrance hall, which mixes European stately grandeur and Art Deco flourishes to make for a pleasant spot in which to get to know the neighbours. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

Colman’s

Colman’s, Plum Guide home in New York

Colman’s, Plum Guide home in New York

Click to book Colman’s now: from £250 per night This home is small – there's no way around it. What makes it stand out though is its efficient use of space and how the mid-century furniture creates a clean and simple look, making the space feel homely but not too busy. The bathroom has been recently renovated, although there are some scuff marks on the walls, and the kitchen is also of a high standard, albeit small. The best part is the outdoor deck, which is as big as the entire home and has tonnes of seating, so you can spend long evenings drinking wine with your friends. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

Calm Before the Storm

Calm Before the Storm, Plum Guide home in New York

Calm Before the Storm, Plum Guide home in New York

Click to book Calm Before the Storm now: from £225 per night Spotlessly clean, Calm Before the Storm is modern and functional. It might be a bit on the generic side, but its well-connected location, just a short walk from Central Park, more than makes up for this. Flooded with natural light from its private balcony, the bedroom has a pleasant feel. Be warned that at its full occupancy, two of the guests will be sleeping on a sofa bed in the compact communal area – there isn't much space to spread out. Sleeps up to 4 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

Where The River Rolls

Where The River Rolls, Plum Guide home in New York

Where The River Rolls, Plum Guide home in New York

Click to book Where The River Rolls now: from £472 per night When Sinatra sang about New York, he sang about wanting to be a part of it – and you’ll be just that in this incredibly central home. Found among the skyscrapers and socialites of Midtown Manhattan, minutes from the banks of the East River and within walking distance of all of the area’s bars, boutiques and cultural attractions, this place has everything you need for a comfortable stay. Interiors are modern and stylish, with contemporary art and cosy furnishings. Though NYC apartments aren’t known for their sprawling square footage, we think you’ll have more than enough space in this open-plan home; there’s a dining space big enough for four, a comfy sofa for flopping onto after a day exploring the city, and a Japanese-style sliding partition wall leading to the bedroom. And that’s before you venture into the rest of the building to discover the guest gym and huge rooftop area. Sleeps up to 4 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

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