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We went to New York for a weekend at the end of May and stayed at 102 Brownstone for 5 nights. It was an OK place to stay for the price, we paid about £500.
The room was nice and quite big, and the gentleman...More
We had the luna room and it was a beautiful room. Both the owners were very helpful and accomedating. Both my husband and myself were arriving at different times and Lizette ensured that a key was ready before my husband came she even helped me...More
My husband and I just returned from attending a gift and home decor tradeshow in midtown Manhatten and stayed at 102 Brownstone for 3 nights. It was a fantastic experience - both the Brownstone and Harlem.
The owners of this small, boutique hotel have put...More
We stayed at 102 Brownstone for about 5 days/nights in March 2007. We stayed in the Zen Room and would go back in a heartbeat. For less than the price of most basic hotel rooms in other parts of the city, we had what felt...More
I was greeted at the door by Roger who was very pleasant and welcoming. He showed me to my room which immediately exceeded my expectations. The pictures on the Web site were great, but seeing the actual room in person...I fell in love with it!...More
As a hub of African American culture, Harlem has played a vital role in the history of New York City. Today, the neighbourhood is as vibrant as ever as new businesses and developments go up next to local institutions. The heart of the neighbourhood is bustling 125th Street, where street vendors and historic landmarks like the Apollo Theater mingle with big-name stores. Turn down almost any corner, and
you’ll discover some of the most beautiful blocks in the city, filled with handsome brownstones, soul food restaurants, corner shops, and scenic parks. For a taste of a real New York neighbourhood, it’s hard to top a visit to Harlem.