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Akwaaba Mansion – Brooklyn, NY

Akwaaba Mansion

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Just 15 minutes from Manhattan
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Make yourself at home in a glorious 1860s landmark mansion. The meticulously restored Italianate villa features exquisite architectural details, including 14-foot ceilings and ornate fireplaces, while the décor is a blend of antiques and Afrocentric elegance. Located in historic Stuyvesant Heights, Akwaaba Mansion is nestled in a quiet tree-lined community with some of the city’s finest brownstones. The historic Brooklyn neighborhood is rich in culture, and the excitement of Manhattan is only 15 minutes away by subway or car. Enjoy a glass of lemonade on the sun porch, savor a hearty Southern breakfast in the dining room, dream the day away under a majestic chestnut tree in the secluded garden. Enjoy a massage or a Jacuzzi for two in the privacy of your room. This is your luxury getaway in the city.

Akwaaba Mansion’s Special Touches

  • 1860s Italianate villa
  • Four guest rooms, each uniquely decorated
  • Private baths (most with double Jacuzzis)
  • Custom bath amenities and blow dryers
  • Luxurious robes for lounging
  • All rooms with air conditioning and clock radio/CD player
  • Wireless internet throughout and business center
  • Guest library, TV and game room
  • Secluded garden, glassed-in sun porch, shaded courtyard
  • Hearty Southern breakfast
  • Afternoon tea and refreshments
  • Personal concierge to arrange tours, restaurant reservations or anything else you may desire

Guest Rooms


Jumping The Broom
Jumping The Broom
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Regal Retreat
Regal Retreat
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Black Memorabilia
Black Memorabilia
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The press says:

Essence“They welcome us with open arms and warm biscuits!”
Essence magazine
Village Voice“Looking to have a romantic getaway weekend? We suggest making reservations at Akwaaba Mansion.”
Village Voice

About The Neighborhood

About The Neighborhood


For the past decade or so, Brooklyn has been called “The New Manhattan.” That’s because a hip, independent artist enclave now calls the borough home, and critically acclaimed indie restaurants have sprouted up everywhere, along with unique boutiques and flea markets.

Perhaps no neighborhood in the borough has seen as much of a renaissance as Bedford-Stuyvesant, called Bed-Stuy for short. Stuyvesant Heights, the area’s historic district and home of Akwaaba Mansion, thrives with ethnic diversity, a rich architectural heritage, and a central location that makes it easy to get to other hip, Brooklyn communities like Williamsburg, Clinton Hill and DUMBO. While in the neighborhood, stroll the historic streets, grab a bite to eat at Peaches, voted the best bar-be-que in the city, or a slice of pizza at Saraghina, a hipster hub that instantly transports you to chic Italy.

Take a longer walk or a short cab ride, and you can visit the Brooklyn Museum (their free First Friday celebrations are a must) and the beautiful Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, next door to the Museum and alongside The Prospect Park Zoo. Go in the opposite direction, and you’re at Pratt Institute, one of the country’s leading art schools, a few blocks away from the Brooklyn Academy of Arts (BAM), with three theaters for live, international musical, theatrical and dance performances and four screens for independent and edgy first-run films.

While in downtown Brooklyn, walk the promenade and enjoy one of the best views of Manhattan anywhere. And if you actually want to go to Manhattan, walk across the iconic Brooklyn Bridge to get there. Of course, you could always take the popular “A” train right from the inn, and be in Manhattan in 15 minutes!

 


>Directions

347 MacDonough St.
Brooklyn, NY 11233
Phone: Toll-free: 866-inn-dulj / In NYC: 718-455-5958
Fax: (718) 455-9697

FROM MANHATTAN

(By Subway) Last car of “A” train downtown to Utica Ave. stop. Walk to near corner (Stuyvesant Ave.) and make a left. Four blocks to MacDonough St. and make a left to 347 MacDonough. (By Car ) Manhattan Bridge out Flatbush Ave. to Fulton St. and make a left. Fulton to Utica Ave. and make a left. Go four traffic lights to MacDonough Street and make a left to 347 MacDonough.

FROM KENNEDY AIRPORT

VanWyck Expressway North to Belt Parkway West. Exit at 17W (North Conduit). Stay right and exit at Atlantic Avenue. Take Atlantic to Utica Avenue and make a right. Go five traffic lights to MacDonough and make a left. Two blocks to 347 MacDonough.

FROM LAGUARDIA AIRPORT

Grand Central Parkway East to Interboro/Jackie Robinson Parkway exit. Follow Interboro to Pennsylvania Avenue exit. Take Pennsylvania Avenue to Atlantic Avenue and make a right. Follow Atlantic Avenue to Utica Avenue and make a right. Go five traffic lights to MacDonough Street and make a left. Two blocks to 347 MacDonough.

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