This Park Slope mini hotel has potential—but lack of maintenance and low amenities make it a budget emergency-only option. Even the website is down.
First up, the room themselves are tiny. Little space to walk around the bed. The furniture is highly weathered, scuffed and downright falling apart in some corners, which is what happens when poorly made, inexpensive furniture sees lots of activity (i.e. high turnover). Breakfast is included in the room, however.
Many of the fixtures and caulking is in need of a refurb, especially in the subway tile, glass-enclosed showers.
Breakfast is served in a simply multi-purpose room, otherwise there is no dining options on premise.
The R at Union Street is the closest subway mere minutes away. Atlantic Terminal is only 12-15 minutes by walking.
Park Slope is laid-back posh family neighborhood with loads of great eateries, including Mediterranean Miriam (7-minutes away) or the beloved Dinosaur-B-BQue (3-minutes away).
Mission Dolores (5-minutes) and Union Hall (6-minutes) are classic beer bars with games, like Bocce, that represent the neighborhood.
WHY WE LIKE IT
We don’t—which is why we are warning you now.