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out of 18 reviews
“THE BEST SERVICE”
“Cute & Quaint”
Plan a little getaway for the weekend. Live in the Hamptons. Didn't want to spend a lot if money, however wanted to stay at A place with some ambiance, and in walking distance, to 125 street And other historical sites. Wonderful stay. Sharing the Bathroom wasn't an issue.
Great room for the price. Also good location. Staff was very helpful and friendly.
“Can't Wait to Got Back!!!!”
LOVED IT!!!! Very clean and cozy. Staff is helpful and always available. Can't beat what you pay for a NYC hotel. Can't wait to go back!!!!!
“I like it”
Affordable, clean, nice people, everything you need in a room. A little basket with free toiletries. Bread and bottled water served daily.
We really enjoyed the hotel. The staff was great! Only issue I had was my elderly cousin was with me and our room was on the third floor. The staff quickly changed our room to the ground level. The room was clean. The issue that I had with restroom was the bath faucet was backwards and the water was to hot.
“Great for single or couple”
Tiny room but clean & cheap. Nice brownstone. They helped carry suitcase to third floor and refused a tip. Helpful and secure. Kurig coffee 24/7.
“Service is a way of life”
This Bed and breakfast facility in the heart of harlem has very pleasant and helpful staff. they never get tired to give you information on whatever subject. When I was leaving it was really pouring and without asking the hotel staff helped me get a cab and put my luggage in it. Since it is conveniently located between two redline subway stops, only 4 or 5 blocks away, New York is practically at your feet when staying here.
“A reasonably priced (for NYC) haven”
Good, easy-to-find location with fine access to mass transit. A good value for travelers who don't need all the amenities of a standard hotel. Simple, comfortable accommodations that include in-room sinks and kitchenettes. The building is a lovely old brownstone on a quiet residential street. The shared bath option is a good value. This is a great place for travelers who plan to spend a lot of time out and about. The neighborhood felt safe to me, an African American woman; just before I'd arrived, a group of German visitors had occupied the place and the owners said they enjoyed it, too.
“Nice hotel for couples staying a night or two.”
The wife and I were staying over 1 night in NYC and didn't want to break the bank. This bed and breakfast was definitely the most affordable so I decided to book it. The building itself is an old brownstone converted into a hotel. There are 3 floors, each floor with 1 bathroom that is shared with everyone on the floor. We didn't have any issue with the shared bathroom. The showers were clean and we didn't have to wait for them either. Our room was on the second floor and was pretty big. There were 3 full size beds, a mini-fridge, microwave, stove top, table & 2 chairs, 2 seater couch, 13" tv with cable, and a sink. The ceilings were really high too which was nice. Wi-fi was included as well, and the staff refilled our toiletries when we got there. There was breakfast in the morning. The bagels were a little hard, but still not bad. They had cream cheese, croissants, muffins, cheddar and string cheese. A keurig was setup with coffees, teas, and hot chocolate too. We had no issue with outside noise. Check-in/out was pretty lax. The housekeeper had an index card with the names of people who were staying that she checked off. To check out I just gave my key to the housekeeper setting up breakfast. There were no computers or front desks. We were able to find a parking spot on the street just outside the hotel and didn't have to pay for parking either. It wasn't a far walk to the subway. The neighborhood wasn't that bad. All in all, a good stay.