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I was reluctant to share my experience about this guest house as i wanted to keep it for myself like a secret! I've spent more than 15 days in that place, i joined 3 of my friends there and we only have to pay a...More
2 Thank lok12014
Reviewed 11 March 2014
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The guest house is alright but the owner Lydia completely ruins it. She is obsessed by money. Coming from abroad, I had reserved online and was given a "Total price". After a night's stay the guy who runs the place told me there was a...More
Stayed for a few nights at Efuru while attending a wedding in NY. Owners Lydia and Jun were very accomodating, the house was quiet and secure and the location was fantastic, only a short distance from Central Park and the 2/3 Lines. There was an...More
First of all, Harlem is not at all dangerous as you might think. The 80's image in my mind was not at all what we found with my wife when we stayed there. People: the nicest. Everything very clean, great MTA access (subway and bus)....More
US$75 - US$125 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Kitchenette, Non-Smoking Rooms
Number of rooms
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