Dresser room & bathroom

Entire home/flat

2 guests


1 bed
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WINTER SPECIAL!! Book any 30 days for only $3,799!! Any 3 wks $2,999, any 2 wks $2,200!! Meat-Packg Dstrct Mnhttan, Hip & Trendiest NYC hood - 11 Subway Lines, Penn St Trains, Pt Authorty Buses, 24-hr Drmn, WiFi, HD Home-Theatr TV, Jaczzi w/Ambient Lights & Aromatherapy, DW, MW, AC/Heat, Queen Bed, Super Sound Systm, Hairdryer, Iron, Piano, Beautiful Courtyard, 24-hr Phrmcy/Store, Chelsea Mkt, High Line, Hudson River Park, Bars/Rstrnts, Museums, Clubs, Boutiques, Art Galleries, all 1 block away!

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The space
Accommodates: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: Studio
Beds: 1
Check In: Anytime after 4PM
Check Out: 12PM (noon)
Room type: Entire home/flat


Cleaning Fee £22
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Sleeping arrangements
Common spaces
1 queen bed

House Rules

1) No parties, events or strangers in apt.
2) Only registered guests allowed in apt/bldg.
3) Please remember this is not a hotel, but a home, my home, and yours during your stay; please treat it with care & respect.
4) Always check safety precautions (stove, water faucets) EVERY TIME you leave apt.
5) Turn off ALL lights & Air Conditioner EVERY TIME you leave apt.
6) Make sure you turn off AC when you open any windows.
7) No smoking in apt/bldg.
8) Please don't leave any food around in apt overnight, especially in kitchen.
9) Please leave apt clean in same condition you found it.



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Safety features
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector
Fire extinguisher

4 nights minimum stay

19 Reviews

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Cara User Profile
August 2017
Mio was welcoming and attentive. The building was secure and had an excellent location for getting around the city. There were plenty of close spots to grab a bite, which also made for an easy place to stay.

Richard User Profile
June 2017
Fantastic location. Mio was helpful and communicative host. We had a great stay.

Michael User Profile
June 2017
We had a great stay at Mio's place. The location was great and Mio was very responsive to all of my inquiries. The apartment is just as described. I would definitely stay here again.

Octavio User Profile
May 2017
This apartment is super well located!! very close to the metro and to Chelsea Market, lots of restaurants and shops around. The place itself is very complex, lots of personal stuff laying around which makes for a delicate stay, you have to be VERY careful inside the apartment, lighting is a puzzle and Mio gave a full rundown of "how-to" that limited our stay a little too much . We believe this is Mio living space which he rents out occasionally, this led to an uncomfortable meeting with him as he was leaving with a suitcase as we arrived. When you book an Airbnb, you sort of accept that this is someones place, but to have the renter leave with a suitcase as you arrive can be uncomfortable, it was for us.
Mio User Profile
Response from Mio:
I normally wouldn't waste my time responding to these rude, nonsensical statements, but since these people decided to make this public, I have no choice. Let me first respond to each of their misguided, baseless points: 1) Apparently this couple considers "complex" a home that has the homeowner's belongings in it (?!), not withstanding the fact that the photos published CLEARLY & ACCURATELY SHOW THE APT EXACTLY AS IS. Next time you book, take the time to look at the photos in advance so you know exactly what to expect. 2) Despite being shown the location of every light switch in the apt, they still found the lighting "puzzling," as if turning a switch on-off was a difficult task (?!). 3) They state that giving them "how-to" instructions about my home "limited their stay" (?!). Besides being a nonsensical statement (how does learning how things work in an apt "limits" one's stay?? Were you expecting to be allowed to use my property recklessly??), apparently they don't understand that as a host I need to make sure that guests know how things work in the apt, which closets they can use, location of things, etc. Hosts DO NOT want guests "figuring out" on their own -- by trial and error -- how things like a jacuzzi, sound system, electronic stove, etc. work, because a single mistake can cause costly damage (and unfortunately has already happened in my apt). Detailed instructions prevent costly accidents/misuse, and are given customarily for the benefit of BOTH guests AND hosts, who can now leave their home in the hands of people who know exactly how to operate everything correctly & responsibly. 4) Most importantly, if we follow these people's logic, the fact that I live in my home and rent my apt only occasionally, made them feel "uncomfortable" because they had to meet me (?!). Apparently they were expecting to be handed the keys by the doorman, never to meet me in person, and be left alone to wonder around the apt and, again, "figure out" how everything works including expensive, sensitive equipment. This, notwithstanding the fact that in the House Rules I make clear to potential guests not to expect or consider my home a hotel. 5) Moreover, these two have the temerity to state that "leaving with a suitcase" (my own home!, which I have to leave so they can stay!) made them "uncomfortable" (?!). Would it be okay if I left with a bag instead? How about a jacket? Whatever I want to take out of my apt is NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS. Making such an outrageous, disrespectful statement only reflects your arrogant, self-centered nature. Let me add a few points. 1) I was nice enough to accommodate a midnight arrival and patiently waited for these guests so I could welcome them, give them proper instructions and leave them to enjoy their stay. Now we know what they thought about these gestures. 2) I was also nice to allow them to bring in a bicycle, which would be rolling in & out of my carpeted apt dirty from the street -- but people like these don't ever focus on the positive, generous side of people, but always find a reason to complain about everything. 3) I asked before their arrival if they read the House Rules -- they said they did, but when they got here they asked "Would it be okay if we turn off the AC if we open the windows?" Apparently, had they not asked, they could've left the AC on continuously, day & night, with the windows open and temperatures in the 90s!! At the very least this would cost me lots of money in electricity, but beyond that this could've totally ruined my brand-new AC, which would be running nonstop at max for several days!! Needless to say, the House Rules clearly state to turn off AC every time windows are open & when leaving apt. 4) Immediately upon their arrival I sensed their "uncomfortable" feeling for having to meet me. I thought they were just tired from their long trip and didn't make much of it, but as I proceeded to provide instructions, their attitude became increasingly annoying & disrespectful, as it was clear they were not interested in hearing anything and they couldn't wait for me to leave (my own home! as if I was a hotel employee giving them too much unwanted attention and "limiting their stay" by taking 15 mins to welcome them and show them around!). 5) When I asked how did they do in the bicycle race they came to compete in, they totally ignored me. They had already been annoyed at having to meet me, being "forced" to hear instructions about apt & seeing me leave "with a suitcase," and nothing would change their attitude. I have had difficult guests before, but none as arrogant, ungrateful & disrespectful. I wish you well though and hope you can be a little more gracious with future hosts.
May 2017

Misoon User Profile
April 2017
Mio is very friendly, kind and nice person. Perfact location and very charming home likes Mio. Definitly I will be back his home next time.

Sy User Profile
January 2017
Mio is a wonderful host. Kind, courteous and great with communication. His place is exactly as described and steps away from the subway which is really convenient. It was a perfect stay for me!

Hui User Profile
November 2016
This is a super cozy studio in a convenient location. Train station is in the same block. Chelsea Market is 5 minutes away by foot. We are very happy to stay here.
Mio User Profile
Response from Mio:
I´m glad you enjoyed your stay!
November 2016

New York, New York, United StatesJoined in December 2014
Mio User Profile

I'm a musician, translator, martial arts practitioner/teacher, avid tango dancer (also salsa, swing), voice over talent. I'm very social, love to travel, meet people from all over the world, share culture & learn from others.

Languages: English, Español, Italiano
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