Extremely clean and comfortable. I slept very well on the quality mattress and pillows. Much more pleasant than staying at a hotel.
No carpet makes the noise so unbearable. Every time someone walks upstairs, it sounds like earthquakes. The noise will not stop until 1am, but will definitely come back before 7am.
In the morning, someone even hammers the wall for unknown reason.
Unfortunately, I got the room in the basement. It's really really cold, even in late June. I can't open the AC to warm the room, because there isn't any.
The bed is too small for six feet tall person like me. They don't care which kind of bed you choose; they only give you what they have.
I am on a business trip so I am too busy to complain anything to the manager. But I don't think they can do anything to fix any these problem even I give them the feedback, since the house is the cause of the disaster.
Considering it costs 200 bucks per day, it looks even worse.
Just don't book it, like never!
The room was clean and comfortable (better than institutional hotel rooms) and the manager is friendly. It's a house not a hotel, so noise was a problem even though people weren't being rowdy - footsteps from upstairs, kitchen noise after midnight, and a TV (ok that was an unreasonable guest).
A big surprise to me was the "no shoes" policy. The provided disposable flip-flops do not fit or stay on. I went barefoot but I don't like doing that outside my own house. I'm a reasonable person; I wipe my feet, an careful if there's snow or mud, but I don't think guests should have to avoid ordinary behavior like staying dressed in a residence. I could bring my own slippers (if I knew, which I didn't), but I don't think I should have to when I'm paying for a room.
Will I return? Depends on the weather and whether they can offer a quieter room, I guess.
Very clean and quiet
Hard to find location. Very noisy floors. Bedside table & lamp on only one side of the bed, why is that? Maybe they want to limit one to a bed? Very hard to understand the caretakers, almost bad enough to need an interpreter. And no, I will NOT take my shoes off indoors unless *I* want to, not when I'm shelling out $200 per night.
281 Rindge Ave #1, Cambridge, MA 02140, USA