Address180 West 135th Street NY 10030 New YorkSee nearby area
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Stay in Manhattan without breaking the bank! The Harlem YMCA is conveniently located near 4 metro lines (B,C, 2, 3) and just a short ride away from essential NYC attractions like Central Park, Times Square, Natural History Museum, Empire State and Rockefeller Center. For those who like to get off the beaten tourist path, Harlem itself is rich with historical and cultural sites such as the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, the world famous Apollo Theatre, and the 125th Street shopping district. Food lovers will rejoice at the options from soul food to ethnic African fare to Caribbean cuisine to trendy French and Italian along Harlem\'s restaurant row.
Guests at the Harlem YMCA enjoy full access to the Health and Wellness Center which includes heated swimming pool, weight room, steam room and saunas, tourist patio and lounge. Free Wi-fi is available in common areas throughout the facility. Guest rooms are private single or double (twin bunked beds) occupancy rooms with shared semi-private bathrooms on each of the guest room floors. The facility offers 24-hour security, no curfew or lockout, and linens and towels are included.
Please note: All guests must be 13 years of age or older. Visitors are not permitted on guest room floors after reception hours. Check-in after 2 pm, Check out by 11 am.
Services & facilities
- Board games
- Book Exchange
- Common Room
- Games Room
- Linen Included
- Towels Included
- Outdoor Terrace
- Swimming Pool
- 24 Hour Security
- Luggage Storage
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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