2296 Frederick Douglass Boulevard New York, NY 10027
bar or lounge
spa or sauna
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Aloft Harlem: Hip Hotel, Hot Location
What's an Aloft Harlem Room Include?
You'll notice the Aloft difference before you even enter your room: No key cards here, the SPG app unlocks the door. Once inside, you're greeted by a bright, airy space, signature platform bed, ultra-mod decor, and abundant natural light through the oversized windows. Other amenities include a large workspace, ergonomic chair, free WiFi, 42-inch flat screen TV with premium cable, video game console, and docking station. There's also a mini-fridge stocked with free bottled water. You'll fall in love with the huge walk-in shower with wall-mounted dispensers filled with luxe Bliss Spa bath products.
What Amenities are Available?
The chic modern lobby features an intimate seating area and large TV where guests can mingle and relax. WiFi is free throughout the public spaces. There's a swank outdoor courtyard ideal for your morning joe. There's no restaurant on site, but you can order a continental breakfast each morning for a fee. There's a small fitness facility, 24-hour business center, and concierge services for ticket and tour assistance. Parking is by valet only. Be sure to visit W XYZ, the Aloft's popular lounge. It's one of Harlem's hot spots, perfect for sipping specialty cocktails, shooting a game of pool, and dancing the night away.
What are the Rates Like?
The Aloft Harlem is competitively priced for hotels in New York. Expect to pay about $210 USD per night, but keep in mind that taxes and fees in New York City will push the total cost closer to $245 USD per night.
What's the Bottom Line?
The Aloft Harlem is a hip, urban hotel in a hot location that appeals to the younger crowd. This boutique hotel is perfect for travelers who love the unique modern feel of the Aloft and want to experience one of the most exciting cultural areas in New York City.