The Sugar Hill Harlem Inn is located in a recently restored Victorian brownstone was built in 1906. The inn is only a few days from City College and Columbia University. According to the innkeepers, "Our rooms have been tastefully decorated by Interior designer Carol Donawa, using musically inspired themes and photographs to weave the unique history and cultural traditions of the African diaspora."
The following is a review from a very happy guest that stayed at the B&B earlier this month.
A guesthouse with a very personal touch
"Staying at Sugar Hill Harlem Inn made our stay in New York extra enjoyable. My intuitions were right when I chose this guesthouse for a 13-night stay in Manhatten. My sister and I felt we were coming home at the end of each busy day. Luxurious beds and decor that could top any 5-star hotel. Lovely big quiet rooms and a wonderful, interesting host who attracts lovely people to his house. People eat together at breakfast at one huge oblong table. It is lovely that stangers from all over the world meet and talk and find things in common. Jeremy, the owner, sincerely enjoys his work and is willing to invest much of his own time getting to know his guests and baking wonderful treats for them to enjoy."
By Emily Starbuck Crone