We stayed here for one week and we really liked it. There are some buts that someone might dislike or might find attractive:
The breakfast is not included in the price BUT it is not expensive ($7.5), you meet people there and you can go elsewhere.
Jeremy is talkative, friendly, helpful BUT he's conspiracy-theories-weirdo (actually I enjoyed this part a lot).
Homie atmosphere with people around you BUT not everybody likes this, right?
Pictoresque surrounding and people BUT someone might feel it's dangerous (we were returning from downtown late evenings and never felt any threat, Harlem is not what you see in old movies).
Stylish building BUT squeaky floor, shakey bathroom equipment (everything works fine, though).
Stay in Sugar Hill if you can survive points above - you'll get more from your visit in NYC.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Experience a piece of American History. From the forgotten Weckquasgeek Tribe, to the first middle class families that moved to this block in 1906 to the Harlem Renaissance. Since 2007, we have been using solar power at Sugar Hill Harlem Inn. In 2008 we won best of Bed and Breakfast.com awards. In 2008 we expanded. We have another building that we rent out to large groups. We have 10 rooms each with private bathrooms. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sugar Hill Harlem Hotel New York City