Best tent rentals in New York City
Tent rentals in Manhattan are the cheapest in the country.
That means you can rent the cheapest tent on the market and stay there for $3.99 a night, up from $2.99 and up from a few bucks more.
And with a tent, you can live the dream.
“I am looking forward to getting out on a little sunbathing excursion and taking my dog for a walk with my best friend,” said Lauren, a 29-year-old from Staten Island.
“It is a great place to relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of NYC.
This is my second trip to the East Village and I’m looking forward returning again next week.
I can’t wait to get back on the trail again!”
Tent rentals in the Bronx are more expensive, with prices ranging from $7 to $16.50 per night.
In Queens, rentals range from $8.75 to $13.50.
New York’s hottest spot is the Bronx, where tents are available for $9.75 per night and more.
The average New York rental is $9 per night, and it is not uncommon to rent for $12 a night.
The cheapest New York tent rental in the city is in Harlem.
It’s $7.25 per night for two people.
That includes a room with a TV, bed, blanket and bedding.
The cost of a tent for a three-person family?
$12 per night in Brooklyn.
In Manhattan, tent rentals are $8 per night or more.
For a one-person bed, you pay $11 per night on top of your rent.
The rental fee goes up by $2 per night to $15 per night depending on your room size.
Rental rates in the Big Apple can be higher.
There are also many tent rentals that are for larger groups.
New Yorkers are willing to pay $30 a night for a tent that sleeps five people, with one extra person sharing the bed.
In Queens, one-bedroom apartments in the East Flatbush neighborhood rent for about $2,500 a month, which is the average rent in Manhattan.
There are some tent rentals on the West Side, but prices are higher, with rents starting at $4.75 a night or less in Manhattan and up to $12 for a one bedroom.
New renters in the West Village can rent a tent or two for $5 per night per room.
The price goes up to about $7 per night if you rent the two bedroom unit.
Rentals in Queens go up to as much as $7 a night in Manhattan or more depending on the size of the group.
Rental rates for a two person bed in Queens are about $3,000 per month.
For a one person bed, rent in the Upper West Side is $3 per night with no minimum.
New Rentals on the Upper East Side are $4 per night of a one bed and a one and a half person bed.
The two-person room is available for about half of that.
Renting a tent in the Flatiron District is a good way to explore Manhattan without having to pay top dollar for a hotel room.
Rent in the neighborhood is $4 a night with a minimum of $2 a night and it goes up for the two-bed units to $5 a night per person.
The rent is $7 for a bed and $8 for two, depending on size.
Rent is about $10 a night at the end of the day, depending where you stay.
Rent can go up by up to 20 percent to $25 a night depending where your room is.
Some rental rates are good to stay in the area for a month or two.
If you rent a three bedroom apartment, rent is about 30 percent of the average rental in Manhattan, but you can get $3 a night on the bed, a $1,000 credit, a meal credit and up $1 per night towards the cost of your stay.
The hottest place to rent in New Jersey is in Fort Lee, with a $2-per-night rate.
For one person in the same building, rent ranges from $1.25 to $2 an hour and you can pay $3 to $4 for a room.
For two people in the building, the rent is around $2 to $3 an hour.
When it comes to the West Coast, rents are a little more expensive.
Rent ranges from around $4 to $8 a night here in New England.
The East Coast can be very pricey, but if you live in New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and Connecticut, rent prices are about average, but for two or more people in a four-bedroom, it can be as high as $10 an hour, with no deposit.
Rent rates in Connecticut are up around $5-6