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11 Airbnbs with fireplaces in NYC

Cozy up by the hearth at one of these stunning lofts, brownstones and other Airbnbs with fireplaces in NYC
Written by
Annalise Mantz

Want to stay cozy as f*ck during your trip to New York? Rent one of these Airbnbs with fireplaces instead of a boring old hotel room. Whether you want to stay in one of the coolest Airbnb Brooklyn rentals or you’re looking for something near all the top New York attractions, this list includes plenty of suitable options. Fireplaces add pizzazz to modern lofts, vintage brownstones and artsy studios—and the ambiance that flickering flames lend to a chilly evening is hard to deny. Fair warning: Once you’ve seen how stunning these Airbnbs with fireplaces in NYC look, you might not be willing to go back to the typical Airbnb New York City rental.

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Airbnbs with fireplaces in NYC

This one-bedroom apartment in a Greenwich Village townhouse has it all: an architectural black marble fireplace, 12-foot ceilings, cushy queen bed, large tiled bathroom and views of Washington Square Park. The combination of funky art pieces and mid-century modern furniture only enhances its appeal. Are you sure we can’t move in permanently? From $280 per night

This Clinton Hill brownstone dates back to 1871, but the garden apartment has been fully updated with new floors and appliances. You get all the charm of the original fireplace and wainscoting, without the inconvenience of outdated amenities. Pop art prints, accent walls and funky furniture add some more character. From $179 per night


It might not be as palatial as Blair Waldorf’s Upper East Side home on Gossip Girl, but this four-bedroom apartment is pretty fancy for real-life New York standards. Marble floors, oak paneling and brand-new amenities give the pad a luxe feel, and it’s large enough to accomodate a group of eight. Make time to lounge in bed with a fire going—it’s a deliciously decadent way to start your vacation. From $195 per night

The vaulted 20-foot ceilings, wrought-iron four-poster bed, built-in bookshelves and original brick fireplace give this historic Jackson Heights home lots of charm. Though it’s an easy subway ride into Manhattan, guests shouldn’t overlook their neighborhood, either. A wide variety of nationalities and cultures has turned the nabe into a haven for cool restaurants, coffee shops and bars. From $145 per night


Thanks to two large sleeper sofas, this Harlem penthouse apartment can fit up to six overnight guests. It’s also dripping in character, thanks to the exposed brick wall, white marble fireplace and red cabinetry. Take a stroll through the neighborhood to admire its gorgeous architecture, then walk to the north end of Central Park for a dose of natural beauty. From $119 per night


Monochromatic furniture and white-washed brick give this Chelsea studio a bright feel. Its location near the High Line, Chelsea Market, Whitney Museum of American Art and other local attractions makes this Airbnb an excellent choice for first-time visitors to New York. From $156 per night


Five beds and two air mattresses allow you to cram as many as 12 people into this small Astoria apartment. It’s a great bargain, as long as you’re willing to stay 20 minutes outside of Manhattan. Make sure to check out nearby attractions like the Museum of the Moving Image and Gantry Plaza State Park. From $96 per night


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