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We were fortunate to stay in a 2 bedroom apartment at the AKA Sutton place for 7 nights in early April. As first timers visitors to NYC we loved that the end of each busy day we could retreat to this quiet haven. The staff...More
We spent a week in an apartment at AKA Sutton. New York it was so much better than any hotel room, the welcome was superb, it was so nice to relax after a busy day site seeing in an excellent comfortable apartment, it had everything...More
I just spent the week in NYC and I am so thankful that I stayed at AKA Sutton Place! From the call prior to my visit to see if I had any questions or requests. To the warm friendly greeting when we walked in the...More
We stayed here for christmas week with three little kids and two adults. We chose the AKA Sutton Place for the rooms and indoor pool, but the staff really made us feel special with their friendly suggestions, great knowledge of the area, and sense of...More
We were at AKA Sutton Place for 5 nights. Very happy with the accommodation - the apartment is clean and well maintained. It is of good size and we enjoy having the spacious living room and the kitchen is well equipped with a large Sub-zero,...More
US$338 - US$697 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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