A cosy apartment located in a quiet part of Providencia. 2 blocks from a Park, 20 minutes walk from Metro, 1 block from buses. There are plenty of dining options within walking distance.
The apartment is well lit, and comes with a cat.
Each well lit bedroom comes with a doublé bed, TV and wifi. There is also a dedicated bathroom for the guests. The common space has a sofá and is sometimes shared with the resident cat. There is also a small balcony with flowers. Please note that the apartment is located on the 3rd floor and there is only staircase access.
Price provided is per person.
Price after 1st guest is 15 USD.
Disponible para huéspedes
Guests are welcomed to use the living room, and also the kitchen for simple meals. There are also laundry facilities available at an extra cost.
Atención a los huéspedes
I live within the same apartment and will be happy to help answer any queries when needed. Otherwise, during my working hours, guests can contact me by telephone or email.
Otros aspectos destacables
There is cat that lives within the apartment and she is free to roam in the common spaces. The apartment is also within a block to the buses connecting to the metro, or a 20 minute walk to the main metro line that runs across Santiago. A cycling path also exists just next to the apartment.
1) STRICTLY NON-SMOKING within the apartment .
2) The apartment is soley for the use of the guest. No visitors are allowed unless prior agreement is made with the host.
3) As resources like wáter, gas and electricity are costly within Santiago, please use it with care.
4) Please treat the apartment as it is yours.
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