Best to Stay In Harlem

Aloft Harlem

Our vibrant, tech-savvy hotel is less than a 10-minute walk from can’t-miss attractions, including the famous Apollo Theater, iconic Central Park, and the fast-paced community of Harlem itself. City Bike, NYC’s bike share program is only one block away for a fun and affordable way to explore the city. Our hotel also offers easy self-parking nearby and a great location to Columbia University.

The Harlem Flophouse

In the wide and varied history of hotels, guesthouses, and other lodgings of NYC the Harlem Flophouse holds a unique place. Originally built as a single-family home, this historic Victorian townhouse was converted to a lodging house in 1917.

West 119th B&B

You will feel at home and a part of the Harlem community in this charming B&B situated in a brownstone in the Mont Morris Park Historic District of Harlem. The B&B has 2 spacious and beautifully furnished rooms with plenty of natural sunlight. The Red Room accommodates 1-3 guests. A twin bed is added for a 3rd guest. The room has a queen-size bed, the original fireplace (decorative), and hardwood floors.

1871 House

1871 House is an intimate brownstone building containing a handful of apartments. For more than 20 years, 1871 House has been family-owned and managed in the heart of New York City. During these uncertain times, we’re hearing Guests are choosing to stay in smaller individually owned properties because it makes them feel safer.

Mount Morris House

Mount Morris House New York is a fine example of New York’s Gilded Age architecture, built in 1888. A grand Manhattan town house by any measure, it has been meticulously restored with great respect for its original details and attention to all modern amenities making it a truly unique New York bed and breakfast style accommodation.


The list above is curated by our HWM team using Google’s top 4.5 and 5 stars rankings.

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