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Harlem Downtown Townhome Rentals(3)

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  • 3 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
3 - 4 night minimum stay
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  • 3 BR,
  • 2 BA,
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5 - 6 night minimum stay
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Recent Harlem Reviews

A well-priced, well-appointed stay in NYC

4 of 5
My first time in NYC with my mom and aunt, with this unit we each got to have a bedroom all to ourselves and didn't have to share one bathroom. Since my aunt has bad knees the fact that she could stay right on the first floor was a major plus for her. The kitchen is definitely quite nice with a stainless steel fridge, microwave, dishwasher, etc.The lower bathroom was surprisingly large, and seemed wheelchair friendly should you need it. Tae was also quite responsive to anything we needed. Don't let the fact that it's in Harlem scared you- it's not like what you've seen in the movies. I never felt unsafe. It's predominantly black and that's about it. Subway is about a 6 minute walk too That having been said, I do have a few complaints. The 2 upstairs bedrooms have to share a bathroom that's half the size of the bathroom that only has to be used by 1 bedroom. Seems a bit ass-backward. There's also no ventilation so it gets warm quite fast. Speaking of warm, it would also run out of hot water within 10-15 minutes, though the sink would still give piping hot water? Didn't make much sense. Because there are wood floors, any sounds made by the unit above us REEEEALLLLYYYYY carry. Was woken up by what sounded like jogging triceratops dropping bowling balls on the floor. The street-facing bedroom in the upper bedroom only has a razor-thin curtain over the window that is very easy to see through and made my mother a little uncomfortable. Why weren't blinds put on the windows? All in all it still fit our needs and if I was travelling in the same situation again I would likely stay here again, and hope that Tae would read this and make a few improvements. He seems like someone who would care enough to implement them.
  • Submitted: Oct 21, 2014
  • Stayed: Oct 2014

Wow! Perfect in every way!

5 of 5
While searching for a hotel for a week in NYC, I came across rentals and found Milton. And what a find he was! My husband and I stayed at his lovely brownstone while visiting our daughter who is at Columbia University. He is delightful and so willing to help make a visit perfect in every way possible. Since we arrived late in the evening, we especially appreciated the quart of milk in the fridge the next morning, as well as the other goodies that he provided for us. We did not cook a lot but found that everything we needed (and a lot more) was provided when we did. The bed and bath linens are fresh and clean, the bed very comfortable, plenty of storage space to unpack during your stay, and fluffy towels were replaced several times during our stay. The location was very convenient for us, both to Columbia and to the Metro stop. Taxis were easily hailed, too. For those of you wondering about staying in Harlem, we felt very safe walking, even in the evenings, along 125th and 126th Sts. and to the University. I would definitely stay here again, regardless of what part of Manhattan I wanted to visit during the day. Especially for more than a day or so, having the kitchen and living space is so much nicer than being in a small, expensive hotel room. And besides, Milton's warm welcome made us feel like family! There are not enough stars on this review to adequate describe how much we enjoyed our stay.
  • Submitted: Nov 19, 2009
  • Stayed: Nov 2009