Sparkling clean4 recent guests have said that this home was sparkling clean.
Great check-in experience100% of recent guests gave this home’s check-in process a 5-star rating.
Great location91% of recent guests gave this home’s location a 5-star rating.
Beautiful condominium apartment in a brand new building. We are on the 2nd floor ( no elevator) of a brand new building in a court yard.
1 queen bed
1 sofa bed
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Not safe or suitable for children (0-12 years)
Check-in time is 3PM - 7PM
Check out by 11AM
For my first Airbnb experience, I couldn't have found a better condo. Perfect place to explore all the North End has to offer. Most attractions within walking distance such as Boston Garden and the aquarium. Will definitely look to book with Caroline again.
This condo is in an ok location. It isn't central but it isn't a far walk to most places. The condo is nice inside, appears to be recently updated. We had enough room and were comfortable inside the condo. However we had a few issues with our stay. First issue is that with our or…
Response from Caroline:
It is true that we were doing a favor to My by letting her rent our apartment. Our brand new multi-million renovated building has large triple-wide French doors leading to a wrought-iron balcony. We are concerned the 2nd & 3rd floor apartments might be dangerous for kids... so we told My repeatedly that we would not rent her the apartment. We stood by our rule that we don't rent to families with young children - for safety reasons. But My begged and begged repeatedly, asking us to break our own rules for her. What we didn't share with her was that we were also reluctant because she seemed somehow mentally imbalanced. Nevertheless, we let her persistence get the better of our judgement... and agreed to rent her one of our new apartments. For other AirBnB hosts, a couple things you should be aware of: - AirBnb has opened a case against My in their resolution center because of the serious security issue caused by her losing a building key - After losing the apartment building key, My informed no one, and left the building unlocked for an entire evening before telling our co-host about the situation - Our co-host tells us she received relentless, repeated calls about how to do just about everything in the apartment… even after she was greeted in person and shown how to use everything in the apartment - After checkout, we found My left us baby-puke on the stools and floor by the breakfast bar. What is confusing to us is HOW she lost the key we gave her which unlocks the main door into the apartment building, since our property manager and our condo neighbor both told us that while visiting Boston, My never left the apartment. Anyway, she did lose a Medco, non-reproducible key, somewhere in Boston... and that loss affects the security of all the apartments in our complex. Because of her losing that key, we had to replace all the lock cylinders for the entire building and distribute new keys to every tenant in the building. It was expensive to re-key the entire building, but we have a responsibility to our neighbors and our future guests to make sure they are not living in an apartment building with an unaccounted-for key somewhere in the city.
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I love traveling and enjoying new environments and culture. I have traveled thru almost all the world (the Americas, Europe, Asia, the Middle East) My background is in Human Services and translation, So serving and working with other nationalities and languages is part of my prof…
Languages: English, Español, Français, Português
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour
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