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Step right into a piece of American history with this day hotel in Harlem. The Sugar Hill Inn Harlem is a fully renovated Victorian row house and the perfect home base for a riveting daycation in the heart of New York City’s most famed landmark district. In addition to being the hub of jazz, the area also offers many outdoor parks and is chock full of touchstone architecture. From Queen Anne style houses to Romanesque and Renaissance Revival structures, there’s a marvel around every corner. But, you may not want to journey far, this day use hotel boasts a beautiful garden completely upcycled from re-purposed materials procured through local demolition sites. The Sugar Hill Inn Harlem is conscientiously green with solar power, nontoxic cleaning products and all the food served is organic. The quaint yet thoroughly modern establishment also has kitchens available if you’d like to cook you own meals. Stroll through the French doors and enter into an enchanting garden, a picturesque backdrop for your picnic. All the rooms are named for the legends who made Harlem famous. There’s Satchmo’s room (named for Louis Armstrong) featuring a fireplace and outdoor deck, Lena’s room (named for Lena Horne) is a vision in romantic accents, and the Miles room (named for Miles Davis) features a kitchen, fireplace and a bathroom with a tub and shower, just to name a few. There’s room for everyone at the Sugar Hill Inn Harlem making it a great day use hotel for the whole family.
No day stay in Harlem would be complete without a trek around this National Register of Historic Places! Check out the grandeur of St. John the Divine Cathedral, the sweeping views of the Cloisters, and of course, no trip to Harlem would be complete without a visit to the Jazz Museum and a concert at the Jazz Foundation. Walking tours and bicycle rentals are available nearby to ensure you don’t miss a beat during this inspiring intraday stay.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater–One of the oldest dance companies in the country, Alvin Ailey changed the trajectory of contemporary dance. The theater offers performances and drop-in classes, making it an informative and fun place to spend some time during your day stay.
The Apollo Theater–The legendary feather in Harlem’s fine cap is surely this institution. With performers from all over the world, the theater is a cultural mixing pot of music, dance, comedy, jazz, opera, and lectures.
Fort Tryon Park–Miles of majestic views, including the Hudson River, make this scenic park one of the best in Manhattan. The park is also the grounds for the Cloisters, a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, housing thousands of pieces of medieval art. There’s an upscale restaurant perfect for a family brunch or cozy dinner for two.
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Modern amenities-Every room is outfitted with TV, DVD, cable, AC, iron, ironing board, and hair dryer.
Location-Smack in the middle of happening Harlem, it’s also close to major public transportation subway and bus lines.
Eco-friendly-Clean energy, organic food and Mountain Green cleaners make this dayuse hotel the best option for travelers who are eco-conscience and/or have sensitivities or allergies that are aggravated by toxins in the environment.