balcony views of Lake Union & the Cascades.15 minute walk to Fremont, South Lake Union and lower Queen Anne. 25 minute walk. new appliances, high-speed WiFi, cable, gas grill, bike repair station, community deck, TV. NOTE: Large SUVs (like Suburbans) will not fit in the parking spot. Midsize and smaller are great.
One bedroom newly remodeled apartment. Comfortable queen-size bed with memory foam topper and queen-size sofa sleeper. TV. Fully equipped kitchen. Everything you need to make your stay enjoyable in Seattle, whether your here for a few days or an extended stay.
Washer/dryer in the apartment. All new appliances - dishwasher, iron, hairdryer, microwave. Highspeed internet/wifi/cable. Designated parking space. Bike repair station. Common deck with gas grills, gas heaters and seating with views of Lake Union.
Interaction with guests
Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
Other things to note
Please let us know if you have any special needs. We will do our best to accommodate you.
The gym is on the same floor as your apartment, but in the first building. You get there by walking to the elevator, but passing it and following the hall to the left. There you will see a door (just like the one on the floor above that takes you to the parking garage). Go through it and then go into the door of the first building. Follow that hall and you will come to the gym on your left. You will need the key you use to get into the building to open the door to the gym.
The gym is on the basement floor of the first building (which is level with the 3rd floor of your building). You get there from your apartment by going to the elevator and going to the 3rd floor. When you exit the elevator, go to the left and around the corner. There you will see a door (just like the one on the floor above that takes you to the parking garage). Go through it (you will be in an outdoor breezeway) and then go into the door of the first building. Follow that hall and you will come to the gym on your left.
** You will need the key you use to get into the building to open the door to the first building.
I know it sounds confusing, but after you walk it out, it will make sense. Please call us if you have any questions/trouble.
READ YOUR AIRBNB Itinerary. ALL the self check in info is included in it.
Do not switch parking spots with anyone, this could result in your car being towed.
Do Not Lose Keys ($125 key replacement charge) Very sorry for this, but the building charges us $100 to replace a building key and $25 for our cleaner to take her time to meet and get the new key to you.
Check Out is simple:
1. Wash your own dishes, we take care of everything else.
2. Lock the apartment, put keys back in the lock box and SCRAMBLE THE CODE!!!
DO NOT FORGET ANY PERSONAL BELONGINGS. A $25 plus shipping fee will be charged for mailing anything that you forgot. Sorry, we have to pay someone to do it and you wouldn't believe how often this happens.
CHECK-IN TIME IS AFTER 5 P.M. PST AND CHECK-OUT IS 11 A.M. PST.
NO Early Check-in or late check-out unless approved in advance.
No large Parties!
No more than 5 people spending the night in the apartment without prior approval, $15 per day for the 5th person. More people means more cleaning so we have to charge extra.
Report any damage to apartment or things in the apartment.
Breaking of any of these rules will result in loss of deposit or early termination of stay without refund.
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