Great vintage feel and simple comfort to take care of you during your stay. Soft and calming room with vintage accents to help you feel at home. We have cozy heaters for your comfort. Host really enjoys meeting new people but gives you space to do your own thing
Welcome to the stylish Vintage Room!
This room has been recently renovated in early 1900's era furniture in honor of the buildings vintage history. This room is simple and very sunny with soft colors and curtains that can block out the sun for late sleepers zzzzzz.. Now more about our lovely building and neighborhood
Our new space has three private and unique guest rooms. Our building has a VERY interesting history and was built as a hotel in 1904. Some of it's redeeming features are comfortable rooms with lovely wood floors and wainscotting down the hallways. Restored with antiques and featuring a nice full amenity kitchen , AMAZING large bathroom with gargantuan shower (think mexican tiled heaven with 6 shower heads ) that is shared only with the other air bandb rooms.
Our new space is surrounded by art and creative studios with our resident Jack Russell occasionally coming around with your host to say hello. Dog is kept out of the guest rooms unless asked in so note that they are very clean but probably not for those highly allergic to dogs/ not allergy free. You will have full access to kitchen, bathroom and wifi. Your room is your own private sunny space. Although your room is private you share the building with the owner and her own art studio and artists from diverse back grounds who are very respectful of all guests. This space is lovely and fairly quiet most of the time (quiet hours between 10pm and 8am) but it is in a hopping part of town some noise happens here occasionally, please if you need absolute silence to sleep this may not be the place for you. So don't expect crickets singing as this is NOT a suburban area, it is an industrial Arts district. This is a tidy but eclectic space and it is a creative oasis that is easily accessible to and from downtown Seattle and the airport., The neighborhood is the Industrial Arts District and lots of fun shops and coffee shops within feet of our door.We also have the Star Brass bar downstairs from us so you can have a drink at our swanky bar, get your hair cut at Spectrum House Salon or buy a delicious coffee at The Atelier Coffee company (opening soon). We welcome you to our newly reinvigorated building. Also from the guest rooms you have easy access to many tourist attractions via bus, bicycle (loaner bikes coming soon) all major transportation goes directly in front of our building that goes to downtown Seattle. Please feel free to purchase food and use kitchen at your leisure. Coffee/tea/ in the morning if you desire. Host will provide all linens,towels,hair dryer,curling irons etc. If you have a special request please feel free to ask, we probably have it....we have everything :).
We no longer have laundry service available. Sorry
**Breakfast is light and left in our kitchen for you. This is continental style croissant/ bagel with cream cheese ,fruit and coffee or tea
Sorry NO MORE DOGS - only certified service dogs with paperwork as we have one service dog and two sweet dogs that visit occasionally and I do not want them harmed. Thank you.
This building is lovely and is 112+ years old so please be respectful of her and she will provide you with a sweet oasis from the bustling city. We enjoy making your stay comfortable. Animal friendly Children are welcome to come with you with pre approval and $150 damage deposit. You will have lots of fun but if you do not want a fun cultural experience then you probably want to stay in a vanilla flavored hotel and not here in our Neopolitan flavored art heaven. Many guests have enjoyed their stay in Georgetown with us ,as you can see from the reviews . We will try to help you get around and be comfortable in your stay. Upon arrival you will be provided with an amazing map of Georgetown to acclimate to your new surroundings. Enjoy and we look forward to hosting and meeting you in 2014
24 / 7 access to building, bathroom and kitchen
I always greet each guest for our building orientation. I give guests space to do what they want but I am happy to help with suggestions and fun things to do
Industrial Arts district meets thriving commercial meets victorian era esthetics
The bus is right across the stree, our parking lot is free for those with a car
Please read the full description of all my properties to get a full understanding of our space
|Room type:||Private room|
|Bed type:||Real Bed|
|Minimum Stay:||2 nights|
|Weekly Price:||$430 /week|
|Monthly Price:||$1400 /month|
|Check In:||3:00 PM|
|Check Out:||11:00 AM|
If you're in the Georgetown area, and you're looking for a killer place to stay, please consider one of two of Angielena's places! They are super cute, comfortable, and are in a GREAT location. We walked all over Georgetown and instead of having to hail an Uber or a cab back to Capitol Hill or Queen Anne, we just walked right over to the Star Brass Lounge, grabbed a drink, then walked up the stairs to our little abode. Might I add there's an 8 head shower as well. I'll let your imagination run wild with that one.
Seriously, stay here. IT'S AMAZEBALLS.
To be honest, I didn't read the description when booking so I was a bit surprised to find myself in an art center. However, it did turn out to be a quiet and relaxing place. The room had vintage decor and furniture but the bed seemed to be brand new - very good sleep! The shower is impressive and, seriously, a bit excessive - you'll see. All-together, a nice place for a few night's stay but for longer term, there are some things to consider (I stayed there for over two weeks). I wish the wi-fi was more reliable and the kitchen is rather small, there's an electric stove which I planned on using but eventually did not. With that said, I'm glad I didn't go and stay in some guy's living room on a couch for the same amount of money. Really.
Btw, 15 min bus ride to downtown, and there are a few bars/cafes just down the block. That's pretty convenient if you ask me.
We were thrilled to stay with you. So many wonderful experiences. I can still recall all the beautiful artwork. The place was so quiet, and we so enjoyed our room. We'll definitely be coming back soon. Best regards always. Dan & Julia
What a unique Air BnB experience! To be completely honest, I booked for the 9 headed Mexican tile shower (completely met my expectations!) and didn't even realize I was staying inside such a cool multiuse building in the art district!!! I was only there for 2 nights on business and was completely bummed that I couldn't explore the area :/ parking is great, bed was comfortable and clean, kitchen accessories included a French press (my fav!), and it was quiet despite being in top of a bar ;) it is certainly the most eclectic place I have stayed... Angielena was so kind and helpful!
I had a great stay in the vintage room. My awesome host Angielena was very kind and accommodating. This historic building is filled with art and artists and has such a unique charm. I highly recommend Angielena and the b&b. I'll be back.
I absolutely loved my stay at Angielena's art residence! It was comfortable and cozy, the Barry White bathroom was beyond compare, the back deck was great for chilling out and the artists I met during my stay there were all really cool. Definitely one of the most interesting places I've ever stayed & I would come back in a heartbeat...
Great time and a great price. Host is very responsive and all your basic hotel type amenities are provided. I recommend it.
My friend and I had a wonderful stay here! The building is extremely charming, including a clean kitchen (with an wonderful tea selection), a balcony with a view, and a practically royal shower. We felt quite safe and enjoyed reliable communication with Angielena. In my experience, the building has a good balance of privacy and quiet, and occasional art events that provide a sense of life and energy. There are plenty of coffee shops and diners nearby and the buses to downtown depart from right outside the door. Whether you're there for a few days or a few weeks (as we were), this bnb is highly recommended!
I stayed during a business trip and the room, building, and experience was exactly as described. I would stay here again if I'm back in Seattle on another short term trip.
We loved staying at Angielena's Vintage Room in Georgetown! The room was cozy, warm, and in a cool arty building in a fantastic part of town with excellent bars and restaurants. The bathroom with the crazy showerheads was to die for. Angielena was a perfect host - once we had trouble with wifi and texted her and she magically appeared at our door in about 3 minutes fully dressed in costume. Probably the highlight of our stay! Loved Georgetown, loved Angielena, loved the stay. Would definitely stay with her again! Thank you!
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