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Best bed and breakfast in New York City

What does a bed and breakfast provide?

Bed and breakfasts are an alternative to your typical hotel and are often filled with charm and character. While staying in the Big Apple, skip the big skyscraper, find a New York B&B, and pretend you’re a local in one of the city’s beautiful neighborhoods.

What are the best bed and breakfasts in Brooklyn?

  • Stay in a classic Brooklyn brownstone in Bedford-Stuyvesant at Sankofa Aban Bed and Breakfast. Here you’ll find stately rooms with fireplaces, free full breakfast, a garden, and welcoming hosts.
  • Arlington Place Bed & Breakfast is stylishly decorated, with a library, high ceilings, and ornate fireplaces and moldings. Order your custom home-cooked breakfast, and then stroll down the front stoop and explore Bedford-Stuyvesant and its charming tree-lined streets.

Where are bed and breakfasts near Central Park?

The Northern Lights Mansion, located in Harlem, sports uniquely decorated rooms and delicious breakfasts made to order. It’s about a 13-minute walk south to Central Park, where you can explore Belvedere Castle or the Conservatory Garden.

What are the best boutique hotels in NYC?

  • Cachet Boutique New York's location in Midtown is close to Times Square, Broadway, Radio City Music Hall, and Carnegie Hall. The sleek design of this boutique hotel offers both style and location. Here you’ll a bar lounge and free continental breakfast.
  • Located between Midtown and Lower Manhattan, The Marcel at Gramercy is a boutique hotel close to 5th Avenue and the Flatiron Building. There’s also a restaurant and a rooftop terrace with dazzling views.
  • Hotel Metro is right in Midtown, near Bryant Park. There’s a chic rooftop bar and terrace, plus refrigerators, coffee makers, and rainfall showerheads in each room. You’ll be close to High Line Park or the Theater District, with downtown Manhattan an easy ride away.

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