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My wife and I spent the weekend here for my birthday. We were treated like VIP, and the owner was very warm. She even made reservations for us at a local restaurant where we were again given VIP service. We plan on visiting Akwaaba across...More
My wife and I came here for my birthday. It was AWESOME! The service was courteous and punctual. The jacuzzi tub was very soothing after a long work week and the bed very warm and comfortable. Breakfast was sooooooooo delicious (wish we could have had...More
When I decided to go back home to Brooklyn, NY for vacation last July, I stayed at the Akwaaba Mansion. My experience was OUTSTANDING. I was treated like a Queen from the time I arrived to the moment I left. The breakfast was delicious, the...More
I have driven past this inn a million times, and never knew it even existed. And I write this review with a bit of a heavy heart, as after my stay (which was a beautiful surprise), I wanted to keep it as my little secret....More
While trying to strike a Romantic Time getaway with my Love, I gained a History lesson, learned more about my culture and helped to spark an air of professional motivation in my friend... my partner... my Love. Akwaaba is an all inclusive in my book,...More
The owners live on site, on the top floor. Their attention to guests is very professional, warm, helpful and conscientious. The breakfasts are delicious and there is plenty to eat and drink. The living room and enclosed... More
The owners live on site, on the top floor. Their attention to guests is very professional, warm, helpful and conscientious. The breakfasts are delicious and there is plenty to eat and drink. The living room and enclosed porch area are tastefully appointed in a style that matches the building's history. There is also a computer room with a library.
The subway is quite close -- a pleasant 5-minute walk down a tree-lined street and across a small park. Then it's just 15 minutes to Manhattan's best galleries, restaurants, museums and parks. There are also many wonderful places to eat nearby in Brooklyn.
There are four guest rooms. I suggest you ask the owner, Monique Greenwood, about accommodating your group or just go ahead and reserve all four rooms if they are vacant in your desired time frame. I would not delay, since it is a popular place.
They can also take care of banquets and weddings and the like, both outdoors and indoors.