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A-1 HI-TECH LUXURY APARTMENT- PAULISTA AVENUE- JARDINS: 2-Bed, 2-Bath Flat w/Luxury Suite One Block Away from PAULISTA AVE/ Speedy 200 Mbps download Fiber Optic Internet, Fabulously furnished w/luxury King + Queen-size Mattresses, Washer + Dryer, Modernly Equipped Kitchen, Soundproof Balcony + Windows, Fitness Gym, Rooftop Pool.

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A-1 HI-TECH LUXURY APT/ FLAT- PAULISTA AVE., JARDINS - Next to Paulista Ave on Jardins (Manhattan/ Soho) side.

The Space
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 3
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Beds: 2


Extra people: $38 / night after 2 guests
Security Deposit: $200
Weekly Price: $698 /week
Monthly Price: $2654 /month
Cancellation: Flexible


House Rules

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

2 nights minimum stay

View from balcony, looking straight out from living area. If close glass sound-proof panels, will create silent cozy environment inside apartment.

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August 2015

August 2015
Response from Nash:

There is no issue with the power in the apartment at all. A dimmer in the individual room went out (which normally needs to be replaced every 2 - 3 years anyway) which caused the light to remain on the entire time. So in order to turn off the light, Pierre resolved the issue by turning off all the lights in the entire unit. He never responded to my initial e-mail which I ususlly send to guests asking if everything is OK in the apartment. When he did answer (a day before checking out), he mentioned the problem and I immediately responded offering to come over to fix the problem. Once again, he never responded saying I could come over. In terms of his comment about privacy, I always allow all my guests complete privacy during their stay. On check-out day, Pierre was never accurate about his check-out time. I mentioned that I needed access to the apartment around noontime to begin cleaning for arriving guests. First he confirmed coffee for 11 a.m. Then he declined and said that noontime was OK. Then 15 minutes before noontime, he asked me to come over 1 p.m. As I needed access to the apartment to begin cleaning for arriving guests, I knocked several times on the door, as well as rang the doorbell. He opened the door saying he needed an extra hour to then be out of the apartment. I arrived at 1 p.m. again, and he then asked for another 30 minutes to be able to give me access to the apartment. It was already 13:30 hrs. I offered to let him stay in the apartment while cleaning it, which he did until around 17:30 hrs. The whole issue could have been easily resolved if communication would have been more exact and timely. I as a host, understand completely the issue of privacy, and respect 100% my guests privacy. As far as the AC is concerned, I have a lot of experience with AC units in Brazil. Most of them leak water on the floor or counters, break constantly, have weak fans, and need repair constantly. If you can get a repairman to fix the unit in a week, you´re lucky. Most of the time the needed part is no longer available, etc. So for my guests, I ultimately can say that the best situation is to have fans throughout the apartment. I have tower fans that are super "retro", as well as super high speed velocity fans on the balcony and in all the rooms. It is up to the guest to know what ambient is best for him/her. The balcony glass (soundproof) has a window film which blocks 60% of the heat and light, making the apartment even more comfortable. There are no central AC units for residential buildings in Sao Paulo. The individual multi-split units are available, but 95% of residential buildings in Sao Paulo do not have the appropriate wiring for the instalation of these units. Also, they (multi-splits) are noisy for guests as the condenser sits on the balcony spewing out hot air, which eventually comes back into the apartment anyway. The system of fans and window film makes the apartment more than comfortable, even on the hotter of days.

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About the Host, Nash

Sao Paulo, Brazil
Member since October 2012
Response rate: 100% (last 10 contacts)
Response time: within an hour


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