ArtDeco chic in the heart of SouthBeach!
1bedroom condo located 15th & Washington.
Private garden and pool for all residents - a rare find for a period building.
KingSize bed, marble bathroom, Bose Ipod station, etc.
Private garden, pool.
Our building has the best location in SoBe, just 2 blocks from the ocean and Lincoln Rd.
Very easy access from the airport (direct bus).
|Room type:||Entire home/apt|
|Bed type:||Real Bed|
|Extra people:||$15 / night after 3 guests|
|Minimum Stay:||3 nights|
|Weekly Price:||$1540 /week|
|Check In:||3:00 PM|
|Check Out:||11:00 AM|
Not if you have a car or mold allergies...
“Henri” assured us nearby parking was $16 a day and instructions that followed said $16 - $20. Still reasonable, we thought. But we happened upon a holiday weekend and boat show. Arriving in the morning the parking was $25 for 6 hours and by afternoon, the gougers were charging $40 for 6 hours. We could have booked the Ritz Carlton! Frantic, we called Henri and got an answering machine. Luckily, the cleaning lady, our only local contact, took pity and found some of her own Miami Beach Guest street parking passes for us. "Henri" never responded. Our Airbnb local host “Henri” turns out to be a rental agency in Panama. Mildew permeates the condo and is still haunting our clothes and luggage and with no screens on windows or doors, mosquitos enter if you try to air it out. The condo, however, is sparse but comfortable, in a great location and on a quiet street, only a few blocks from the beach and Art Deco action and Lincoln Mall with good restaurants and boutiques. But the parking misrepresentation could have been a financial disaster. Our first experience with airbnb. Never again, folks!
(Excuse my English, it's not my mother language)
I understand that you have been deeply exasperated by the high prices in town, especially the cost of parking during during the boat show week. However, we can't be blamed for that ! The City decided to increase the rates of public garages during the boat show... well, I didn't know... neither is it stated in the official web site of the city where they give public garage rates. I doubt that the Ritz Carlton would have been a solution at a time when any hotel sells for between $300 and $500 a night...
Nevertheless, my local manager (not the cleaning lady...) lent you a residential pass for parking in some restricted streets... I would qualify this as outstanding personal service!
I am Henri, your host, and I am not always living in Miami for the reason that I also have properties in Europe and in Panama where I have my main office. I can't be everywhere at the same time. That's why I have local managers...
Your frantic pursue of a discount led you to invent a mildew problem in our property. Believe me... if we had a mold issue, every single comment would have mentioned it. I immediately inquired about your comment and it resulted that there were only some minor brownish spots in the corner of one of our bathrooms due to a previous leak from upstairs that has been repaired since.
Like most high-end properties, we do not have screens on our windows. We have 2 brand new AC units regularly serviced by a maintenance company and, for everybody information, there are no mosquitoes in the center of Miami Beach. If there were, all cafes and restaurants would not have terraces but would confined behind the proposed screens!