I was home for Christmas when they arrived but returned towards the end of their stay. I am normally home and was only away briefly. The pilot light blew out on the heater and despite my best effort of emails, texts and illustrations, neither Eleanor or her friend were able to light a match to fix it. I can't say that it was a language barrier as we both speak English. Unfortunately, someone in the building made too much noise one night on the roof during Eleanor's stay, neighbors complained and a lock was put on the access door. It has since been removed, but yes, it was disappointing for all. I'm sorry Eleanor missed out. On departure she left me some wonderful Chocolates, that I am still enjoying.
Unfortunately, someone in the building made too much noise one night on the roof during Aaron's stay, neighbors complained and a lock was put on the access door. It has since been removed, but yes, it was disappointing for all. I'm sorry Aaron missed out.
Yes, the walls are very thin and don't reach all the way to the ceiling. This is what a loft apartment in Brooklyn is like and I don't make any claims that it is different. I arranged for them to be able to check in while I was at work and I can assure you that once I arrived home the hair on the bathroom floor that a previous guest left was taken care of. I clean everyday and have a maid who comes weekly to help maintain things. After they checked out they told me they were bitten by bedbugs, I immediately fumigated, replaced the mattress and caulked holes in the wall near the bed; even though I couldn't find evidence of them. I've never had Bedbugs in my 12 years in this loft. Whatever bit them arrived through a guest and is long gone now.