Sugar Hill Harlem Inn
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- Sugar Hill Harlem InnMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 3Jul 03, 2014
Walk up the hill past Alexander Hamilton's bright yellow house (a national landmark) and find your way to the Sugar Hill Harlem Inn, a bed and breakfast in a historic building from 1900. The hotel celebrates the neighborhood from long before it was known as the Harlem it became and is today, noting its existence before popular movements like the Harlem Renaissance and Jazz Age. Private rooms or studio apartments are available. The coolest part of this hotel is it "green" way of operating. The hotel uses solar energy to power its electricity, they are dedicated to recycling, and compost all food waste. The garden in back is also a nice, quiet area to relax in. The 1 train at 137 is only a few blocks away!Recommended for:
- Sugar Hill Harlem InnAug 26, 2013
I was so pleasantly surprised by how lovely the Sugar Hill Harlem Inn was. The owner lives in the property and has made many improvements to this 1900s single family home. Continental breakfast is served family-style in this beautiful room on the main floor at a large dining table. There are stacks of books in the same room for guests to peruse and enjoy. Even though it is a bit of a hike to get up to this Inn, it is really worth the travel to be able to stay at such a thoughtfully furnished lodging. Old newspapers are collected and framed throughout the rooms and you really feel like you're living in an historic building with the large furniture and carefully decorated rooms. You feel right at home here with their updated bathrooms and all the little comforts from home you could want.Recommended for: