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Harlem - New York, NY, United States
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Cheapest month:January
Most expensive month:August
Average price in Harlem:$429/night
Cheapest price found:$85/night
Cheapest day:Wednesday
Most expensive day:Thursday
$129 - $2,526
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$222 - $335
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Cheapest hotels in Harlem, New York

Discover affordable stays in Harlem that provide a quality experience without breaking the bank. Hotels in Harlem can be found for as low as $516 per night. There is currently one property in Harlem that can be booked for this price. West 119th B&B is one of the hotels that can be booked for the lowest price in Harlem. Price data was last updated on April 22, 2024
At the moment, these hotels offer the lowest nightly rate out of those we've come across in Harlem. If you have flexibility with arrival and departure, use the search form to compare prices for other dates.
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115 West 119th Street 1, New York, NY, United States
3.9 mi from city centre
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Where to stay in Harlem

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About Harlem

Long-established as the heart of African-American culture in New York, Harlem lies in the north of Manhattan between Central Park, Upper Manhattan and the Harlem River. While its community today reflects a more diverse ethnic composition, in the early part of the 20th century it became a predominantly black area, with African-American literature, art, music, dance and social commentary flourishing in what became known as the Harlem Renaissance.

The Schomburg Centre for Research in Black Culture is a good place to start exploring the neighbourhood, with changing exhibitions that highlight the African-American history of New York, while the Studio Museum of Harlem showcases the work of local, national and international artists of African descent. The neighbourhood is home to the largest church in the United States, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, but perhaps its most famous house of worship is the Abyssinian Baptist Church, the first African-American Baptist Church in New York. Visitors can attend their powerful Gospel Worship Services on Sundays, perfectly followed with a gospel brunch at legendary Sylvia’s Soul Food. The Apollo Theatre is another of Harlem’s iconic landmarks, opening in 1934 to black patrons after 20 years as a whites-only venue, and helping to launch the careers of Ella Fitzgerald, James Brown and Michael Jackson. Many of Harlem’s most famous post-World War I residents lived along West 138th and 139th streets in an area of historic townhouses dubbed “Striver’s Row”, including the likes of pianist Eubie Blake, composer WC Handy and dancer Bill “Bojangles” Robinson, while one of Manhattan’s oldest parks, Marcus Garvey Park, is lined with late 19th century architecture and named in honour of the Jamaican Pan-African movement leader.

Harlem is easily accessed by both bus and subway, with stations scattered throughout the neighbourhood. While its sights are fairly spread out, the streets are easily manageable on foot and far friendlier than often reputed.

Harlem was named after a city in the Netherlands, Haarlem, and originally established as a Dutch village in 1658. The Great Migration at the start of the 20th century saw African-American residents stream into the area, firmly stamping their cultural mark during the 1920s and 30s.

Facts about staying in Harlem, New York

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  • What are the best hotels in Harlem?

    One of the most popular hotels in Harlem is Renaissance New York Harlem Hotel, which has been reviewed by 513 users and currently has a rating of 8.2/10. Other top-rated locations include The Harlem Getaway and Private room in Manhattan with shared bathroom, which have received 8.2/10 and 7.4/10 ratings from our users, respectively.

  • What is a good hotel near Times Square?

    A good hotel close to Times Square is The New Yorker A Wyndham Hotel (rated 7.7/10 from 14,776 reviews).

  • What is a good hotel in Harlem near New York City Center?

    The New Yorker A Wyndham Hotel is rated 7.7 from 14,776 reviews and is close to New York City Center.

  • Is there a good hotel near Madison Square Garden?

    If you’re planning to stay near Madison Square Garden, you should consider The New Yorker A Wyndham Hotel, which has a score of 7.7 from 14,776 reviews.

  • How much do hotels in Harlem cost?

    $175/night is the average price of a hotel in Harlem, based on HotelsCombined searches over the last 3 days.

  • How much is a cheap hotel in Harlem?

    $150 per night is the cheapest Harlem hotel price found in our data from the last 72 hours.

  • What are the most popular landmarks to visit in Harlem?

    The top three landmarks in Harlem are:-Times Square, which you can visit while staying in New York-New York City Center, which you can visit while staying in New York-Madison Square Garden, which you can visit while staying in New York

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