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I read the reviews they were glowing though I understood it wasn't going to be high end, but filthy shared bathroom, threadbare nylon carpet, a moth eaten blanket, the most awful bedlinen - so thin, the room was stale though masked with an air freshener...More
The views from Harbor House is really amazing and the manager Moe made us feel very comfortable even offered us another room one day if we wanted to swap. We were happy where we were so no need to be hauling bags around. The Harbor...More
We used this place as a cheaper base for extending our visit to Manhattan having stayed at Greenwich Village for 3 nights, we booked this place for 2 nights.
Despite our apprehension when looking at pictures thinking it might be a bit "old fashioned" we...More
Great location on the water; just off the bus line; and near authentic diners, shops, bodegas and bakeries. Not your generic, corporate cookie-cutter place to stay. Rooms are large (HUGE by NYC standards), the breakfast is simple, and Moe is very helpful. A great find...More
What a wonderful trip. Moe makes this place great. There are books accessible on every available surface for you to kick back and enjoy. You can get takeout and eat on the porch, which faces the bay. Beautiful night views and a quiet street make...More
US$88 - US$149 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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LOL, reading the comments from above. IDK, but we were comfortable walking about as well as biking. It is NYC, so I guess it depends on where you are from. We had absolutely no issues (it was my wife and two adult... More
LOL, reading the comments from above. IDK, but we were comfortable walking about as well as biking. It is NYC, so I guess it depends on where you are from. We had absolutely no issues (it was my wife and two adult children) wandering about. The Harbor House is not the Hilton, but we were looking for a simple place without having to pay Manhattan prices! We got what we payed for and what we expected. When you exit the place, go either way, then walk up the hill, away from the river. A block away is the main drag, with a D&D for breakfast, and several restaurants. We walked one night to an Italian restaurant--Da Noi on Fingerbread Rd, which is an easy (and SAFE!) walk of about 15 minutes. WONDERFUL food if you are into Italian. We also walked or rode our bikes down to the ferry every day, and had no issues whatsoever (and we were getting in after midnight). The train will run you within a few blocks of the Harbor House, so it was very easy. Along the river towards the ferry is a warehouse district that is bustling during the day and very dark at night, so we just walked the main street which was absolutely fine. I don't know what to say--keep your expectations in check, and go wander! I was not uncomfortable at all. Good luck and I hope you enjoy!