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Our fitted mattress sheet had holes in it and was so thin you could see through it......AWFUL
The shower had mold on the door tracking and mildew on the caulking in the corner. The door was partially off the tracking and did not close properly...AWFUL!...More
My husband and I spent 4 nights at the guesthouse. We received a warm welcome from Johnny, then it was as if we had our own studio apartment for a few days. The bed was comfortable and the room well set-up for us to enjoy...More
I went to the 102 brownstone with my mom and dad. We came late from the airport but the girl that welcomed us to our room( supposedly johns partner) was fine with it. We were very comfortable and they didn't mind that much that we...More
Good location close to 116th street subway station.
Nice welcoming by John. Nice and clean.
5 min walk to Central Park.
A little more heat in the room wouldn´t hurt.
Never got the Wi-Fi to work though...
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