Sugar Hill Harlem Inn
Address460 West 141st Street New YorkSee nearby area
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Located in New York City, this Harlem bed and breakfast offers free Wi-Fi and individually decorated rooms that feature a microwave and refrigerator. The City College of New York is a 1-minute walk away.
Themed rooms feature antique furnishings with warm decor and plush bedding. An iPod docking station along with a seating area is also included at Harlem Inn Sugar Hill.
Breakfast is served each morning and it features hot coffee or tea. Fresh fruit and pastries are also offered as well as made to order items.
Guests can relax in the parlour area which offers a reading library. Fax and photocopying services and laundry facilities are also available.
The 145th Street underground station is 8 minutes’ walk from Sugar Hill Harlem Inn. The Apollo Theater is 1 mile away and Times Square is 6 miles away.
You must show a valid photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all special requests cannot be guaranteed and are subject to availability upon check-in. Additional charges may apply.
Please note, the property will email the check-in instructions upon confirmation of reservation.
Please note, guest must make payment at main building upon check-in. The cleaning fee applies per room, per stay.
Please note that the 50 USD cancellation fee applies to each room of the reservation.
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