My daughter and I were impressed. Clean, efficient, good WiFi. We were able to park right outside our room. The restaurants nearby were many and diverse.
Additional blankets were delivered to our room when requested.
I stayed overnight in this hotel with my friend.
We loved it. The beautiful plants and garden waterfalls
at the front entrance
as well as the park across the street were wonderful.
The decor in the lobby and in the rooms were also
I will stay here again.
This B&B is located on a quiet street in West Harlem. It is conveniently very close to the B/C line subway. Our room was very pleasant and comfortable with a queen bed, private bath, large walk-in closet and small equipped kitchen with stove, fridge, sink, coffee maker and teapot.. The breakfast was ample and suited us: yogurt, cereal/milk, bread, cream cheese, lots of fruit and fruit juices, coffee & tea. There is no elevator but our room was on the third floor and the walk up wasn't bad. We would stay here again and recommend it to others!
I was pleasantly surprised by the hip, yet comfortable design of this hotel. While its common areas were small, it offered many amenities, including a fun bar. I took advantage of the free and fast WIFI and felt the room was comfortable. I especially liked the fact that it had motion-controlled lights in the bathroom.
The only minor negatives I would point are as follows:
- the water in the shower was tepid at best. I'm sure they could've fixed it, but I stayed just one night, so didn't discover this problem until the AM of my departure.
- the heater is LOUD. It is forced air and to get the room comfortable I had to let it run for awhile. The only plus side is that the loud heater did drown out some outside noise.
- the street on which it is located is dark and deserted. The police district is right next door, so that's the good news, but for non-urban travelers - though the subway is really close - they may want to take a cab if coming back late at night. I live in a City, but still was concerned when walking back by myself from the subway at 11pm.