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I'm a student at Harvard Business School. I spent the summer working at a tech startup and I love trying out new apps, startups and technologies. I'm a huge fan of travel, and I'm glad I can be a part of Airbnb.
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Jeff wasn't in town, so we were liaising with his friend who stays nearby. Jeff's apartment, for us, was a 20ish minute walk from the Harvard T station, which felt a bit far especially on the first day when we had a bunch of luggage with us. When we arrived, the door was unlocked and the key was left on the table, as were the sheets, pillows and blankets (as was arranged with Jeff/his friend earlier).
The apartment is nice -- a little bit small, but it met our needs. Jeff has a really impressive collection of books which he invites tenants to. All in all, it was a good stay. I'd recommend.
Neighborhood was fine and secure. Once we figured out the parking, that went well also. Is best to speak with the attendant ASAP . He had a wealth of knowledge.
The studio was clean but very cluttered however it was to be expected since it is in a Harvard housing building. There was a leak causing the carpeting to be wet at the foot of the bed however it was repaired the next day. Our check in was easy as was check out. Jeff 's neighbors were very accommodating. One suggestion would be to have at least a small coffee pot with some forms of coffee and creamers available. Would make the morning much more functional and enjoyable particularly in inclement weather. However there is a dining hall nearby where it can be purchased.
I think the pricing is a bit high for what one gets . It is definitely better than most of the hotels though. Since it is basically summer, there was limited noise which was great since we were there on business.
Thanks, Jeff. Hope to meet you one day.
Jeff was very helpful and responsive. There was plenty of room for three in his apartment, which was very clean and came as advertised. Location was just what we were looking for. Highly recommend Jeff and his place!
Great cozy apartment. Early check in and check out ran smoothly. Towels, a great kitchen, some Boston guidebooks, Bike rental station right in front of the building, ...
Would definitely stay there again!
We were so pleased with Jeffrey, and our stay at his wonderful apartment. My parents and me spent a weekend there while they were visiting, and the apartment is within walking distance of Harvard Square with its many bars, restaurants and shops. The apartment is spacious, and has everything one might need. Comfortable and clean.
This was my first time using AirBnB, and I didn't quite now what to expect, but Jeffrey made it a very easy for us, replied quickly to any questions we had, met up with me to deliver the keys and were just a wonderful host. Thanks to him for giving us such a good first experience with AirBnB!
We were disappointed to arrive at Jeff's
apartment to find it was actually his small one-bed dorm room within a student block of Harvard business school. There was very little charm or coziness about the place - despite the enthusiastic airbnb description. Although Jeff was helpful and friendly when we met - we couldn't help but feel we had been overcharged for what we got.
My wife and I had a wonderful time. Jeffrey and friends were helpful.
The place was neat and certainly was charming as advertised. I would definitely recommend it.
Jeff's place is amazing. Very cozy and well decorated. And its in a very convenient area as well. Although he was away, he responded very quickly to texts and emails, and made arrangements for us to get the keys and drop it off. Definitely a great place to stay. :)
Jeffrey was very easy to reach and flexible with our check-in. Would stay here again.
It's a 'her' and 'her friend' lol. As my first airbnb experience, it was definitely amazing! The apartment was just across Charles River from Harvard square, and there was free Harvard shuttle service right beside the building. It was a clean and organized apartment filled with lots of books! And I loved the interior decoration, especially those elephant ornaments! I wish I could stay longer,
I first met Jeff probably 7 or 8 years ago through his older siblings when I was living in DC and we've been friends ever since.
Jeff is one of the most amazing people I know. In addition to being insanely smart, he is down-to-earth, well-traveled, articulate, fun, accessible, and just an all-around great guy. He has an innate ability to quickly connect with anyone regardless of their background and converse with pretty much anyone about almost anything. He’s one of my few friends who I can consistently count on for always being interested in going on an adventure – whether it be hiking Mt. Kilimanjaro, hanging out in Tokyo or Paris, riding elephants in India, or camping in the middle of nowhere and can probably match if not exceed me country for country in terms of the number of places he’s been to and miles he has flown.
Jeff is also a great host. A couple of years ago I decided to go to a friend’s wedding right before Thanksgiving in Boston. Jeff immediately offered to let me stay at his apartment. Despite being incredibly busy prepping for finals, he made a deliberate effort to hang out with me and invite me to various events in between wedding festivities. I would highly recommend Jeff to other Airbnb members.
Jeff and I were classmates together and he hosted dinners and game nights at his home frequently. Jeff's place was a home: warm, clean, inviting. Jeff is one of the sincerest and kindest people you'll ever meet. He's also incredible smart and knowledgeable, making him an absolutely fabulous dinner companion and of course, friend. You should really meet Jeff - you'll be so glad you did.