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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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Little Italy
Nolita (North of Little Italy), a neighborhood formerly considered a part of Little Italy, now regarded as an entity all on its own due to the personality it exhibits through quaint designer boutiques and an array of restaurants and cafes that add charm to this bourgeoning neighborhood. All that remains of Little Italy resides on the section of Mulberry Street between Broome and Canal Street that consist of around two-dozen Italian restaurants that remains a hotspot for tourists and visitors alike. Nolita, is bounded on the north by Houston Street, on the east by the Bowery, on the south by Broome Street and on the west by Lafayette Street.

The Italian character that was once affluent in the area that is now called Nolita ceased to exist once the Italian-Americans that inhabited this neighborhood left for more spacious boroughs like Brooklyn and Queens. In the 1990s the neighborhood of Nolita was beginning to form through the influx of yuppies (young professionals) that were moving into Nolita, allured by the sundry of boutiques, bars, and amazing restaurants that began to open along the streets of the former Little Italy.

Today, the neighborhood of Nolita is a hidden hub for some of the city's top-tier off-the-radar restaurants, cafes, boutiques, and bars. Remnants of Little Italy's past can still be found in the old timers that haven't migrated like the rest of the former residents. The juxtaposition of old-timers with the uber-cool fashionistas against the backdrop of the small cafes and shop-filled streets provides a broad sample of New York's historical and cultural richness all in on wonderful, little package. The neighborhood isn't as popular among New Yorkers as the neighboring SoHo but is considered by some as the most unique neighborhood in Manhattan. The tree-lined streets are quiet and quaint; in the winter the tight streets are a cozy retreat from the all consuming rumbles of Manhattan and can be quiet romantic.

Housing in Nolita is comprised mainly of low rise walk-ups and expansive lofts designed during the turn of the century. It is relatively cheaper than neighborhoods like SoHo and the West Village but still remains pricey. Residents are drawn in by the charming blend of cute, trendy shops that embellish the neighborhood. Nightlife here rivals SoHo through the original bars like Elizabeth, an edgy English gentlemen club themed bar or Sweet & Vicious, which is a medieval themed haunt. Hipsters herd to Botanica for a drink or ten. Restaurants in the neighborhood are highly original and adapt to the chic environment of Nolita.

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Habana serves up the best Cuban food in a tiny space filled with great vibes. Lovely Day offers a stylish setting to dine on Thai food. Delicatassan is an awesome diner and one of the coolest in New York. Macbar is a cheaper choice when compared to the aforementioned restaurants and offers gourmet macaroni and cheese. There are really too many choices for dining, with this much variety it's really hard to choose a place to eat.

Although Little Italy remains only in a small sub-section of Nolita it is still celebrated through the feast of San Gennaro, an Italian festival held annually on the day after Labor Day on Mulberry Street between Houston and Grand. The festival is one of the best held in Manhattan and draws an ample amount of tourists and New Yorkers alike.
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