AKA usually means, "also known as."
However, it's also the "American Kennel Association."
And, the "American Kickboxing Association."
In medicine, it means "Above-the-Knee Amputation."
But, to me, AKA means "A King's Apartment."
(or, A Queens's Apartment.)
Let me be honest, in "Manhattan's Billionaire Row" where construction seems to touch the sky, there was another building that I passed every day.
I watched it being built but I never knew what it was.
After all, what's an AKA?
Well, a couple of weeks ago I was invited to a reception at
AKA's Central Park Luxury Manhattan Hotel Residence,
and was I surprised.
AKA is like having your own
personal luxury apartment in Manhattan
with the style and service of an intimate hotel. AKA is designed with the needs of the long stay resident in mind, including spacious living rooms; full kitchens with high end appliances; master bedrooms with king sized beds; and modern baths.
Could you ask for any more?
YES, I CAN ASK FOR MORE.
WHAT ARE THE AMENITIES?
After a hard day's work, drop in to the well stacked lounge
that even has live music a few nights a week.
Or you can watch a flick in the cinema.
And you can cool off in the gorgeous swimming pool.
But that's not all.
There's a fitness center, a business center,
24/7 attended door and desk service
and a whole lot more.
And, of course, there are the bedrooms which actually become your homes for a minimum of three days,
depending on the property you select.
As a matter of fact, they've opened a new Penthouse Collection.
Here's a small example of the apartments.
AND STILL MORE
AKA is strategically located minutes away from Broadway's Theater District, from Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center.
There's Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue for shopping at some of the world's famous boutiques.
And, just around the corner is Central Park.
I know I asked this before, but can you ask for any more?
While I've concentrated on the AKA Central Park property, they have others with the same type rooms, amenities and service. At the moment, here are all the properties. There are more on the way.
In conclusion, if you need a hotel room for a length of time, please don't settle for a four-walled room when you can have a home away from home. Your choices are Studio, One Bedroom or Two Bedroom apartments.
No matter which property you'll need, or which style apartment you'll want,
just contact me and I'll get you the best "apartment",
at the best price.
Hope I've helped you.