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Margot Guest House

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Charlottetown, Canada
Reviewed 20 January 2016

My 14 year old daughter and I stayed in the back room on the second floor of this old brownstone in East Harlem. The room was clean and basic, decorated quite sparingly with restaurant themed wall decorations. The bed was comfortable but the pillows were quite thin (I actually pulled the pillowcase off my pillow and used the sham pillow...

2Thank dr_lolisj
London, Canada
Reviewed 29 October 2015

We stayed at the Margot GH October 1st - 5th. We loved it! Todd the owner was very helpful as is mentioned in most of the reviews. The location couldn't have been better for us at this price point. The area is cool/funky with small cafe's and bars. Short walk to the trains / subway system. Short walk to the...

1Thank mrivey
Reviewed 16 October 2015

MGH is standard housing in a substantial old building: nothing fancy, thin bed pillows, thinner [one-ply] toilet paper, and a tiny TV. Daily maid service is not provided. Not a B&B, because breakfast is not served, though a microwave, coffee supplies, and a small refrigerator are provided. This 3-story row house is located on busy Lexington Avenue in East Harlem,...

Thank rockwell121
Rutland, Vermont
Reviewed 24 September 2015

Margot Guest House is a great value for NYC lodging. It’s worlds better than overpriced chains. It’s in a safe, relatively quiet (for NYC) neighborhood with good restaurants & easy access to Central Park, etc. The owner was helpful & available by text during our stay. The premises are clean. The beds were comfortable (not too hard, yay!). The sheets...

2Thank Sherylcatmom
Milan, Italy
Reviewed 3 September 2015

The host is very kind and the location (in Upper East Side of Manhattan) is well served by public transport. A good stay for a week to visit NYC. Rooms have all the amenities and an acctractive design. I recommend it to everybody.

3Thank MarcoDonna
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 26 July 2015

I spent 2 weeks here and didn't want to leave! I still want to go back, I loved the area. Being more of a non-tourist, I wanted to spend time in a neighborhood rather than the city center of hustle and bustle. This place was perfect. Felt like I really lived in East Harlem for a while, the area is...

4Thank Cindy E
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 20 July 2015

Staying at Margot Guest House gives you an opportunity to spend time in an authentic neighborhood in the Upper East Side of Manhattan - much more interesting than a clinical hotel experience! Walk out the front door of this lovely old brownstone terrace and say hello to friendly locals, shop at the supermarket and buy take out from the many...

5Thank Arabella B
Reviewed 20 May 2015

This place is simply perfect, we stayed 4 nights, we slept very well (perfect mattress) and we had all the amenities in our room. It was like being in a french house somewhere in Paris. Todd the owner is an excellent host, he speaks a fluent french, he took his time to explain us how to move in the city,...

5Thank Migue E
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Reviewed 26 February 2015

The location is kind of nice, because it's close to the subway, north Central Park and East Harlem; the owner is kind of nice, but charged us more than the $ 60 for our late arrival without ever saying why; the room is kind of nice, but we stayed for 9 nights and the sheets were never changed; the decoration...

3Thank Zebreira
San Antonio, Texas
Reviewed 24 December 2014 via mobile

This is a great place to stay if you want to experience living in New York! It's uptown but close to the subway and there are lots of places to eat nearby. The owner is very friendly and helpful with advice on how to get around and what to see. I highly recommend this place if you want a little...

6Thank RagtopDiva

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Address: 1698 Lexington Avenue, New York City, NY 10029
Region: United States > New York > New York City
Number of rooms: 1
Also Known As:
Margot Guest House Hotel New York City
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“Avoid street-side rooms, such as #5 on the third floor, unless you are a very heavy sleeper.”
rockwell121, 15 Oct 2015 | Read review
“Quietest room is top floor, back of building.”
Sherylcatmom, 24 Sep 2015 | Read review
“You might want a room at the rear of the hotel if a light sleeper.”
elcin, 25 Jul 2015 | Read review
“Room 2 at back overlooks gardens-quiet.Front rooms might be a little noisy as the subway runs underground under Lexington Ave. No elevator.”
ArabellaB_11, 20 Jul 2015 | Read review
“On three stays this year, I've stayed in two rooms : Room 1 (first floor in front/on the street) and Room 2 (first floor in back/overlooking the gardens). Both rooms are large & sunny & beautiful. I loved them both. It's true that Room 1 gets some street noise (& even a little rumble from the subway trains coming from the Lower Depths) (the price of the room—an amazing value, really—reflects this), but sounds didn't bother me—especially after the first night. On the contrary, I came to enjoy the bustle, loved watching life on the street from my large windows, & at night, in my big loft bed (perched thoughtfully at the very back-end of the room above the bathroom!) even if I heard a little noise or felt a little rumble, it made me feel very much that I was fully a part of this big, wonderful city!”
MarkRobley, 12 Nov 2013 | Read review
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