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Top 5 vacation rentals near Washington Square Park, New York

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Fountain in Washington Square Park

When visiting New York, Washington Square Park 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 Washington Square Park, New York

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

Blue Orchid

Blue Orchid, Plum Guide home in New York

Blue Orchid, Plum Guide home in New York

Click to book Blue Orchid now: from £204 per night Blue Orchid is a two bedroom apartment located in Murray Hill, in Midtown Manhattan. It probably won't win any prizes for character - it's been designed specifically for rental purposes - but it's fresh, bright and tastefully decorated throughout. It's got its own small terrace from which you can enjoy the fabulous views and a larger shared terrace on the roof of the building. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

Cosy Up

Cosy Up, Plum Guide home in New York

Cosy Up, Plum Guide home in New York

Click to book Cosy Up now: from £500 per night Cosy Up is fantastically located between Greenwich Village and the West Village – this corner apartment boasts amazing views over 8th Avenue that can stretch all the way to Columbus Square. Recently renovated, and sitting in a doorman building, the quality here is of the highest standards and your host doesn’t miss out on anything either. Whether it’s the bathrobes, the breakfast cereal, or the four different bottles of wine he leaves for his guests, Brooks truly knows the meaning of hospitality. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

Inner Sanctuary

Inner Sanctuary, Plum Guide home in New York

Inner Sanctuary, Plum Guide home in New York

Click to book Inner Sanctuary now: from £195 per night The balcony and the garden of Inner Sanctuary are an oasis in the Village. It’s not what you’d expect, given the location in downtown Manhattan and the fact that we’re talking about a studio. The flat has an aura of calm that builds on the amount of plant life. Many of the trappings of the modern world have been omitted, so there’s no coffee machine, or TV (though the wi-fi’s good and you can stream things easily). Admittedly, not everyone will agree with these decisions, but we see them as just another way that this flat sets itself apart from the crowd. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

Chopsticks

Chopsticks, Plum Guide home in New York

Chopsticks, Plum Guide home in New York

Click to book Chopsticks now: from £599 per night Chopsticks doesn’t try too hard, and that’s part of its charm. There’s an effortlessness to its style, though that style might not speak to everyone. It depends how you feel about taxidermy. It’s certainly got character though, and that's what we like about it. The building is almost a hundred years old, and as it used to be a tenement block, there would have been four or five places in the space that Chopsticks now takes up. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

The Villager

The Villager, Plum Guide home in Greenwich Village, New York

The Villager, Plum Guide home in Greenwich Village, New York

Click to book The Villager now: from £529 per night The once Bohemian Capital of New York City, where Beatniks filled late night bars and Abstract Expressionists exhibited seminal works, Greenwich Village is a cultural powerhouse. Today, you’ll find everything from iconic Manhattan landmarks to trend-setting restaurants. The Village—as it’s known to the locals—retains a spirit like no other and your apartment is right in the thick of it. Inside your home, mix and match furniture feel effortlessly styled. We particularly love the contrast between the neutral furnishings and the cherry red Smeg fridge. When you’re not people watching in nearby Washington Square Park or shopping in Bloomingdale’s, less than a twenty-minute walk away, you’ll be overlooking the classic brownstone tenements from your balcony, Old Fashioned in hand, listening to the sounds of the city. It also serves as a cosy dining spot, ideal for breakfasts in the sunshine. But when you fancy eating out, the food joints surrounding your apartment need no introduction. Sleeps up to 4 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

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