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The room is a cool , upgraded, compact layout. It's good for 1 night, but you hear all the traffic from the street. Bed reminds me of a futon. Parking is around the corner in a secure garage and you have the option for them...More
I was in town for a few purposes, including working with Columbia University, and stayed at the Aloft Harlem. The location is perfect for accessing lots of businesses and sites on the north end of the city. My room was spacious, modern and clean. The...More
Aloft Harlem has the friendliest, most helpful staff I have encountered. The hotel is conveniently located 1-1/2 blocks from the 125th St subway station; many nearby restaurant choices. Rooms are well accomodated and vey clean. Snacks are available 24 hrs in the lobby.
My experience wasn’t horrible, though I did not like this hotel. It was a question of comfort. The hotel is bright and clean, for the most part. My complaints are about the size of the room and street noise. Also, I will comment on food...More
You can’t beat the Aloft’s location in Harlem, but if you’re looking for a quiet nights sleep you better look elsewhere. Hold on it you think I’m referring to noisy guest or the sounds from the city streets. On the contrary, all was well. I’m...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.
Best way is M60 bus - buy fare at kiosk inside airport (around $3.00 per ride). Bus takes you directly along 125th, get off a Frederick Douglass Blvd and walk south one block to hotel. Subway (express A or D) is also a... More
Best way is M60 bus - buy fare at kiosk inside airport (around $3.00 per ride). Bus takes you directly along 125th, get off a Frederick Douglass Blvd and walk south one block to hotel. Subway (express A or D) is also a block from the hotel, same price and takes you right to Times Square in 20 minutes. Taxi/Uber are way more expensive and you risk getting stuck in traffic.