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Private bathroomLiving room and open concept kitchen
Stanza privata in condominio

Modern secure bright space, minutes to Toronto.

Profilo utente di Fazila
Fazila

Modern secure bright space, minutes to Toronto.

1 ospite
1 camera da letto
1 letto
1 bagno privato
1 ospite
1 camera da letto
1 letto
1 bagno privato
PUNTI FORTI DELLA CASA
Pulizia perfetta14 ospiti recenti hanno trovato questa casa pulitissima.
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This space is very well maintained clean and bright 9th floor condo. The Islington subway line is a 10 minute walk from the lobby, and Pierson International Airport is a 15 minute drive.
Guest parking in the building is $25.00/week or $5.00/night.
Shopping and restaurants within walking distance.
To go downtown Toronto, the subway will take you there.
Owner welcomes everyone, kind and respectful and appreciates people who value the care and attention the space is maintained to.

Servizi

Ascensore
Wi-fi
Cucina
TV
Ferro da stiro
Appendiabiti

Sistemazione per la notte

Camera da letto 1
1 letto matrimoniale queen (152 x 203)

Regole della casa

Non è consentito fumare
Animali non ammessi
Vietato organizzare feste/eventi
L'orario di check-in è flessibile
Self check-in con personale dell'edificio

Accessibilità

Accesso senza gradini all'ingresso della casa
Ampia porta di ingresso alla casa

Disponibilità

19 Recensioni

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Profilo utente di JaeHyo
JaeHyo
agosto 2018
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Profilo utente di Andrey
Andrey
luglio 2018
The host canceled this reservation 4 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.
Profilo utente di Rania
Rania
giugno 2018
Only purpose of taking the time to review this place is to spare people the terrible experience I had to go through given I paid in advance and couldn’t get a refund when I tried to cancel minutes after (Website hidden by Airbnb) all the good people out there,AVOID this place at …
Profilo utente di Fazila
Risposta di Fazila:
Airbnb has cancelation policies that are built into the rules and regulations of every hosting home. They range from moderate to strong and in my case, those settings are set at the intermediate level. If you book a location and decide to cancel after your arrival then you are subject to the rules set out by Airbnb. In Rania's case she arrived nearly at midnight when she told me she would be there by 8PM and when I showed her my home she seemed very agitated by the fact that I actually own my home and even more so when I said that I had to work very hard to be able to do that as a single person. I can only assume that Rania contacted Airbnb to inquire about cancelling her stay and was told by Airbnb that she would be held responsible to honour their rules. Airbnb contacted me to ask if I would be willing to accommodate Rania's cancelation request and I agreed to give her a partial refund. It seems clear that Rania has never read the cancelation rules on Airbnb and was expecting a full refund of her fees and so decided to stay for the term of her booking rather then loose some of her fees. I fail to see or understand how Airbnb policies and Rania's inability to read and understand those rules and policies are my personal problem and worthy of such a vehement personal attack. I make no apologies for actually living in my home and I get up at 8 in the morning to get ready for my work day and I am gone by 9AM. If I open cupboards and clang a few dishes when I'm having my breakfast, well I'm sorry that my dishes and cutlery are not made of rubber so as to not make any sound. I did ask that if she bought any food to please use the refrigerator or cupboards because I don't want to see piles of different food boxes and packages all over my counter tops. Rania claims that my space is like a museum and yet she only gave me two stars out of five for cleanliness?! Her claim that I am the only one allowed to use the kitchen is completely fictitious as many other guests who have stayed here cooked and had no issues. I ask all of my guests to please remove their street shoes when they come into the (Website hidden by Airbnb) bad? you decide. I also ask my guests to use the provided place mats when they are eating on my wood dinning room table, good?, bad? I tell my guests that there are decorative pillows on their bed as well as sleeping pillows and that the decorative pillows can be put in the closet when they are sleeping, good?,bad? House rules are meant to help maintain a space so that it does not end up looking like YMCA dorm room after a few months of use and to allow future guests to enjoy the benefits of a well maintained home for their comfort. Not to be petty, but Rania claims to have travelled the world and used Airbnb often, yet on her profile there are only two (2) reviews for her?? I hardly saw Rania during her stay but when I did, her expressions of distain and disapproval were so obvious that I basically stayed in my room whenever she was there. Finally and I bring this point back a second time, Rania refused to allow HVAC maintenance service people access to my home to perform a yearly inspection that had been scheduled and posted on my refrigerator, claiming she felt insecure. The maintenance service people were accompanied by the building security officer so I can only assume that her refusal was an act of spite and intentional malice. This gesture of immaturity cost me $120.00 plus applicable taxes.
giugno 2018
Profilo utente di Priyanka
Priyanka
giugno 2018
I was visiting Canada for completing my immigration formalities and it was my first time in Toronto and as a new immigrant you have a lot going on in your mind with respect to settling in the country , finding a job etc and the last thing you want it someone yelling at you for no…
Profilo utente di Fazila
Risposta di Fazila:
As a responce to the malicious comments left by Priyanka I would like to state some details that were conveniently left out of her diatribe against me. 1) She rated her checkin experience as a one star. I have Airbnb messages where she told me she would arrive around 5:30PM. I texted her at 6PM to inquire about her arrival time. She told me she would let me know her time of arrival. I heard nothing more from her but she arrived at 8PM with a man who was not part of the Airbnb reservation. This man turned out to be her cousin. Apparently her cousin had told her that she should have stayed with him as opposed to an Airbnb room. I told her that if she wanted to stay with her relatives that would be fine, but she told me she wanted to stay. I fail to understand or see where I was at fault in regards to her checkin experience since I was the one who had to wait several hours for her to arrive, and, that I offered her a way out if she wanted to stay with her family! I felt I was being considerate and accommodating to her tardiness and options. 2)Amenities! I state that my guests are welcome to use my kitchen facilities, stove, fridge, pots and pans and cutlery. I do not state that I provide any food items or products that may be required by the guest to prepare their meals or clean their mess. After 6 days of staying as a guest who cooked every day in the kitchen it strikes me as odd that only 3-5 drops of dishwashing fluid were used to clean all those dirty pots and pans and dishes. On top of that, I found that I had to clean the stove and floors after each time Priyanka used the kitchen. I had to spend a significant amount of time cleaning after she supposedly had cleaned up after herself. My issue is that I am not here as a house maid or Hotel servant who runs after the guest cleaning up after they make a mess. I have a dining area with a large dining table and four chairs where I encourage my guests to eat their meals, however I made the mistake of not specifically telling Priyanka not to eat food in her bedroom. She cooked dishes with curries and spices that she ate on the bed and ended up dropping some on the duvet covet cover. I did not ask Priyanka to remove the duvet cover from the bed, I did ask her if she wouldn't mind taking the pillow cases off and the bedsheets as those are washed each and every time a guest stays at my house. When I saw the duvet cover removed I thought to myself, this is odd, I did not ask her to do that. When I gathered up the duvet cover I discovered the stains that were there and washing the cover did not remove the stains. 3)NEVER I REPEAT NEVER, have I asked a guest to vacuum my house! I ask my guests to keep their room and their bathroom tidy which I feel is only right but I would never ask any guest to clean the rest of my house. If you make a mess (as could happen in the kitchen then sure clean up after yourself) but Priyanka's statement that I asked her to vacuum my house is a total fiction. 4) The 'meditation music' comment. In the mid afternoons I try to meditate for a half hour or so and the day in question when I put my meditation DVD into the player the volume was set as usual for watching television shows. She came out form her room a said to me, and I quote: 'Shut it off now!' I told her that I was turning it down so it would be soothing to meditate with but she insisted that the volume was disturbing her. I turned the system off and did not do my meditation to accommodate her, but I did tell her that in the mid afternoon it is my right in my house to either listen to music or TV at a reasonable volume. 5) Everyday Priyanka asked to borrow either a lemon, limes, or some sugar or honey, butter, tea and milk. I always gave these without comment and still I get this kind of venom after her stay. I find it very interesting and yet odd that many of my guests claim to have had an amazing stay here and many have said, never have they seen a cleaner home then mine. Then another guest tries to make claims that my linens are not clean and that my space is not close to the downtown (when most people commute for over an hour in the GTA to get to work, the idea that the subway is less than 10minutes from my door and the the subway ride another 30 minutes to get you right into the core of this very spread out city is pretty good by Toronto standards.)
giugno 2018
Profilo utente di Yasmin
Yasmin
maggio 2018
Great location (some construction noise from outside in the mornings), very clean, some restrictions (guests visiting and use of wifi in the evening - fazila is flexible however so just ask). Overall an okay stay.
Profilo utente di Sydney
Sydney
maggio 2018
I stayed here for a full week and had a lovely stay. Fazila's place is very clean, and like she says in her description, its not a good match you are not a clean and conscientious person. I felt very comfortable staying in her space.
Profilo utente di Tobe
Tobe
aprile 2018
Never had an experience like this before. I Checked in, dropped my bags and headed to Oakville for the day, got back last evening, met Fazila and she proceeds to accuse me of playing loud music in the apartment, i dont even know if she has a music system, i had to tell her twice…
Profilo utente di Fazila
Risposta di Fazila:
The experience that I and Tobe had was unfortunate and if you read my reviews I have never had any problems with other guests. If anything my reviews show that my place is so clean and well kept that most people claim they have never been in a cleaner home than mine. The first incident occurred when I received two complaints from my next door neighbours about loud music being heard coming from my condo when Tobe was there and I was away working for the day. Her claim of not using my stereo system was not something I heard myself but two tenants in the building who were annoyed at the loud noise. When I returned home I did notice that my CD player was open and had indeed been used even thought Tobe claimed not to have used it! #2 incident, Etobicoke city bylaws indicate that the temperature in a unit should be maintained at 21 degrees celsius during the colder times of year. My HVAC system is set at 22 Degrees and I came home to find that Tobe had turned my HVAC up to 30 Degrees Celsius. Each day that I saw Tobe I asked her if everything was OK with the place and she said yes everything was fine! #3 incident, I was away for two days and when I came home I found the guest bathroom door locked and I wanted to check it and make sure everything was fine that there was no water left on the floors. I called my boyfriend to see if he had put a lock on the bathroom door and he told me, no it already has a child lock on it which means you can lock it from the inside but also unlock it from the outside by using a coin if needed. I left it at that time and when Tobe returned later that night she called complaining that the bathroom door was locked and I had to come back to open it for her. Tobe had checked in at my place early in the morning and according to Airbnb she was required to check out by that same time on the her last day. I asked Tobe the night before she was leaving if I could get the keys back that night because I didn't want to have to deal with her in the morning. She got annoyed at this and threw the keys at me and stomped her feet as she went back into her room! That same night she turned the heat up again even after our previous conversation regarding the temperature. As for Tobe's comments about our conversation regarding jobs here in Canada, she and I were talking about how hard it was finding work here and that I was going back to school to upgrade my skills. I myself am an immigrant to Canada as well, and that many Canadians are immigrants. We all face the same challenges and we all have to over come those challenges. At no point did I disparage anyone or any say anything that could be misrepresented as bigotry. As for my not welcoming her to Canada, how was I to know that she was a new immigrant to Canada when we never had a conversation about that topic? If Tobe was so unhappy about my place and my behaviour she could have simply contacted Airbnb and requested another accommodation here in Toronto, which she did not do. I myself was put in the position of having to contact Airbnb during Tobe's stay to enquire about my obligations and rights as a host because of the situations that were arising between us. A very unfortunate experience all the way around, and one that could have easily been avoided if the proper respect and kindness had been demonstrated towards staying in another persons home!
aprile 2018

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Toronto, CanadaMembro dal febbraio 2018
Profilo utente di Fazila
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