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St. John's Apartments #319 - Studio

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2 Guests
1 Bedroom
1 Bed

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The TV is on a swing arm so you turn it towards the bed or towards the loveseat.

The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 2:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM


Extra people: No Charge
Weekly Price: $914 /week
Monthly Price: $2274 /month
Cancellation: Strict


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Safety Features
Smoke Detector
Carbon Monoxide Detector
First Aid Kit
Safety Card
Fire Extinguisher

3 nights minimum stay

Across from the bed is a little seating area and a comfortble loveseat. The two windows are bright!

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From San Francisco, CA · April 2014
Response from Christine:

Hi Lauren,

I really appreciate your feedback, thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed your stay with us, and we would love to host you again. I wanted to respond to a couple of the issues you described in your review, as well as correct one thing you wrote about the parking situation that was incorrect, so that future guests know what to expect from some of the issues you experienced.

We tried repairing the water temperature issue the day before you checked in actually, which resulted from some plumbing work we had done a few days prior - so, it's good to know that it is still not hot enough! That's something we will definitely have fixed for next time. I will look into the heating situation too... I'm wondering if it is not functioning properly, or if it was just a matter of explaining how to use it? I will look into that, and either repair it or write a little instruction card. Thank you for the heads up, as we certainly don't think you should have to have the heat on full blast and the windows open!

As for the parking, I do need to correct part of your review. It is actually more expensive to pay directly to the lot.They normally charge $9 for up to 10 hours plus their absurd 22% tax rate, and $5 plus tax for overnight, so our pass saves about $5 when you consider the cost of parking for 24 hours including tax (we charge $12 inclusive of tax per 24 hours). In addition to saving $5, you don't have to plug it twice a day, and you get in-and-out privileges. The whole reason we supply passes is to provide a discounted and more convenient parking solution for our guests, so I wanted to make sure that was corrected from your review.

I do apologize again for my mistake of not including the pass with your keys, that was an oversight on my part. We did agree to charge you one day less for my mistake, which I thought we had confirmed together.

The last thing about the homeless folks who hang out on the sidewalk in front of the grocery store across the street from our building, I think you get it from how you wrote about it - it's just part of the reality of our location. I'm glad you wrote about it in the review, because it's not exactly something to include in our advertising, but it is something I think it's good for our guests to be prepared to see that is an unfortunate part of the fabric of our city. There is nothing we can do about it other than advocate for more housing and supportive services for that population, which is actually something that myself and the building owner are involved with in our free time. So, I totally agree with how you described that in your review. It's a little uncomfortable, but as a young woman myself I don't feel threatened or unsafe because of it, which if I understand you correctly is how you feel, too.

Thanks again for your descriptive review, and we would be thrilled to host you again next time you come to Seattle!


April 2014

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About the Host, Christine

Seattle, Washington, United States
Member since February 2012
Response rate: 83% (past 30 days)
Response time: within a day

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