As a long standing member of the Fashion Industry---travel accommodations have always been of paramount importance.
Villa 121 is of Couture quality.
Nyc' inspiration & culture continues within this Guesthouse. Of Frick Museum sensibility, this period town house emerges the visitor in historic Harlem.
Danny & Peggy Toone r the ultimate hosts ensuring ur comfort & tranquility.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Number of rooms: 3 Large Suites with private or shared bathrooms, 2 Family Suites w/two bedrooms. Amenities: Free High-Speed Internet. Free Parking, 32" Flat Screen TV, Free Cable. Micro Wave. Toaster Oven,Iron/Ironing Board. Coffee Makers. Hot/Cold Filtered Water Dispenser in every room. Some Kitchen Access. This turn of the century mansion was built 1887 at the height of New York's Gilded Age, and designed by the firm of Cleverdon and Putzel. The one family home boasts beautiful mahogany/oak woodwork features throughout , large bedroom-suites, hardwood floors, 14 foot high, and large marble and tile bathrooms. The guest house is situated 1/2 block off Mount Morris Park, and included in the National Register of Historic Places Just around the corner you can choose from a number of international restaurants serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. As well you will find the local grocery store, dry cleaners, and deli, florist shop, drug store, and laundry, and banks are conveniently located within 3 short blocks.. 5 minute walk takes you to 125th Street or 116th Street express subway train . 15 minutes ride subway ride to Time's Square. 15 minute walk or bus ride,. 10 walk to Central Park. You will find many significant American landmarks, museums, and monuments (i.e. The Apollo Theater, Historic Harlem Churches, Metropolitan Museum, Studio Museum, Shomberg Center of Cultural Research in Black Culture, The Museum Mile, Columbia University, Central Park, Apple Store, Tiffanys, Yankee Stadium, Costco, El Barrio, and so much more within 15 minutes of guest house, Mt. Sinai Hospital, Columbia University Hospital, and Riverside Church . . . ... more less