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I stayed at the Sugar Hill Harlem Inn 3 nights, I loved the place and would strongly reccomend it - clean, beautyfull rooms and a great atmosphere. The area around, the Hamilton Hights is also very nice and safe area.
Stayede there because a training...More
When we arrived at this location I was looking for a Hotel. We entered the building and there was a fat cat laying in one of the chairs we were finally greeted by Mr. Jeremy dressed in a wrinkled shirt and shorts. He was friendly...More
Good value B&B in a beautiful, characterful building in Harlem. The room was big with great amenities - big bed, kettle, tea, coffee etc, and great bathroom. It's close enough to a subway station, and is on a quiet street. Just to note that it's...More
Stepping through the door into Jeremy's place feels like entering something between a New Orleans House of Voodoo and a 19th Century Colonial mansion, with dozens of (presumably given the location) ironic picaninny pictures and statuettes, a ouija board on the sofa, and lots and...More
There is no "outside" signage seems like personal property used for business purpose; which is very well maintained.
You'll receive a email from the owner giving you lots of information about how to reach the hotel and what is in the area.
The total staff...More
US$148 - US$367 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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As a hub of African American culture, Harlem has played a vital role in the history of New York City. Today, the neighbourhood is as vibrant as ever as new businesses and developments go up next to local institutions. The heart of the neighbourhood is bustling 125th Street, where street vendors and historic landmarks like the Apollo Theater mingle with big-name stores. Turn down almost any corner, and
you’ll discover some of the most beautiful blocks in the city, filled with handsome brownstones, soul food restaurants, corner shops, and scenic parks. For a taste of a real New York neighbourhood, it’s hard to top a visit to Harlem.