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George Gittens was an excellent host and he bought us breakfast. He is a health expert and vegan chef. The building is a Brooklyn Brownstone built in 1931. It has many original details and characteristics still intact. The beds were extremely comfortable and the rooms are spacious. The property is ...
No negatives, good price for Memorial Day Weekend.
The host was amazing and it had everything we needed for me and my family. I will definitely recommend to anybody.
Free breakfast, BUT not on WEs. No provision for making our own coffee. No microwave. Refrig full of food, BUT unclear if OK to eat. No response from host if OK to eat food in frig. Use of stove off limits. OK to invite friends over to visit BUT can't use second floor sitting room (no obvious reason). ...
It is a really cute place. Our bed was SOOOO comfortable!!! And it's SUPER close to the subway (3 minute walk to Newkirk Plaza - the Q and B lines). There are a bunch of shops right near by for fresh fruit/vegies; plus quick meals (gyros, a Subway sandwich shop, etc); and a mini mart, etc. The hosts ...
Not the best neighberhood. The kitchen is very dirty. The building is in bad shape. The room was clean and also the bathroom
Debbie and Eric were fantastic hosts. Classic Brownstone that has been in Debbie's family for 3 generations. Location was ideal, close enough to Prospect Park and the Brooklyn AArt Museum as well as the subway to get to places futher afield. The breakfast was delicious and the bed was very comfortable. ...
A perfect place to stay to enjoy both Manhattan and Brooklyn. You are really well looked after and the bedrooms are beautiful.
Staff was great. Good value and location.
Very unhelpful, horrible service, very dirty, had difficulties with access. I advise that no one books this hotel!
Room are clean and smoke free , good services, staff very receptive 24/7.
Best Western Brooklyn-Coney Island Inn$131
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