The room was clean and nice and modern equiped. The breakfast was very good (absolutly seldom in american hotels of that price level). Doors between diferent room could be opened. That would be a nice feature for bigger families. We like the jewish accessories at the doors. The surounding of hotel was not absolutly best, but they have done her best to make it nice and we think they were succesfull. In summary a nice hotel which we can recommend! The hotel is a little bit far away from the trafic. 10 min going by foot to the next metro station in Brooklyn, but the hotel offered a taxi service with fixed prise inside of Brooklyn.
Very quiet hotel with attentive staff We would suggest putting a small light on the lower side of the cabinet area as that is where the coffee pot is, & it was a little too dark.
This place is magic. It's like walking into an enchanted wardrobe (CS Lewis) and finding a beautiful land of brownstones, soulful jazz, and kind world travelers on the other side. How many Inn keepers greet you with a hug when you first walk through the door? Inn keeper Debbie does and that's just the beginning of the journey that is followed by family stories, neighborhood history, and cooking that tops any local restaurant. The house Jazz party took the whole experience to another level. Listening to Debbie's partner, Eric, and his band play Jazz standards in the inn parlor was pure joy. The fish fry that followed two sets of groovy blue notes was outstanding and I don't even like fish. Yes the doors creak and floor squeaks and there are no TVs in the room, but that's the way it should be on the other side of the wardrobe. Thanks Debbie and Eric for a real good time! Nada