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This is our second visit to New York. A friend suggested that we stay in Brooklyn (we stayed in Manhattan last year) and recommended the Sofia Inn. I am glad we listened to good advice. This lovely hotel is situated in a great neighbourhood, close...More
We stayed here for 6 nights and after a long trip from the UK we were delighted with such a comfortable and large room in which to relax a little while before we went out to explore the neighbourhood.
The room we had was on...More
Beautiful historic building, just a block away from shopping and restaurants on Vanderbilt. Also one block away from the Q line which takes you directly to Times Sq. I stayed in the East room, which shares a bathroom with the West room, and I was...More
We recently stayed at the Sofia Inn while attending a family function in Park Slope. You can really feel like a New Yorker, using your key to your own apartment in a brownstone. We stayed in the Garden Suite. The flat was bright and light...More
US$141 - US$227 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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No, the bathroom on the second floor is in the hallway and the bathroom on the third floor is kind of like a jack and jill bathroom. I was worried about sharing a bathroom when I got there but found that I never ran into my... More
No, the bathroom on the second floor is in the hallway and the bathroom on the third floor is kind of like a jack and jill bathroom. I was worried about sharing a bathroom when I got there but found that I never ran into my floormate and both were VERY clean. If you inquire about whether there will be others on your floor they will tell you and I think knowing helped! I absolutely LOVED this place and will stay there again if I ever have the chance to get back to the Brooklyn museum of work again!