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Amber Snow is a freelance photographer in Austin, TX who loves travel, creating adventures, and finding the best tacos.
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Very quiet, clean duplex on a side street, close to numerous shops and restaurants. Short drive to downtown Austin. Bed was super comfy. Amber was nice enough to let me use her wifi and her hairdryer! Highly recommend!
Well maintained, very clean apartment, we loved that the windows were open when we arrived, very light and bright. The decor was fresh and fun. It was conveniently located to downtown. Parking was easy behind the building or on the street. Will definitely stay again on our next visit to Austin.
Amber's listing is a treat, and a great place to spend my first trip to Austin! Spacious, impeccably clean, tons of natural light; what more could you ask for? The space was more sparsely decorated than I thought, but the added treats, like fresh coffee, provided by the lovely Amber definitely made up for it. Location wise, this spot is perfect for exploring a side of Austin that doesn't often make it into guidebooks. The neighborhood is quiet, but well connected by bus and bike. As for Amber? The best! Stay here, you won't regret it.
Our stay at Amber's apartment was so so SO great! The apartment was clean and inviting, and she even left us some treats to have while we were visiting. We would definitely stay at Amber's apartment in the future.
Clean room, clean bathroom. Host provided clean sheets and towels. The room had air conditioning, a comfy bed and a desk. There was wifi so I could use the internet. Amber had to lovely dogs and provided a friendly and relaxing environment where I could rest while I was at SXSW. Amber even provided me with an umbrella as it rained the first couple of days.
The only negative thing I could point out was the distance into central Austin if you are dependent on public transport. I did not have a car (and because of SXSW it was hard getting a taxi, I think normally this would not be a problem).
If you have a car, the drive was only like 5 mins, but the bus ride was 30 mins. However the bus stopped right outside their house so it did feel safe to ride the bus home even late at nght and bus rides are only 1 dollar. So I only slept in the apartment, and stayed out all day. But would be happy to recommend staying with Amber for anyone.