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Sequoia Redwood Garden in Sunnyvale
Hospedado por Linda
Linda es el anfitrión.
2 huéspedes
1 dormitorio
1 cama
2,5 baños compartidos
2 huéspedes
1 dormitorio
1 cama
2,5 baños compartidos
No se hará ningún cargo por ahora
Venga a permanecer en la comodidad en un condominio recién renovado rodeado de secoyas Redwood justo en el corazón de Silicon Valley. Fácil acceso a las carreteras (número de teléfono oculto) un corto viaje a las empresas de tecnología o un crucero a San Francisco o Monterey para la diversión.
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Come stay in comfort in a newly renovated condo surrounded by cool Redwood Sequoias right in the heart of Silicon Valley. Easy access to highways (phone number hidden) a short commute to the tech companies or cruise to San Francisco or Monterey for fun.

Internet inalámbrico
Chimenea interior
Zona para trabajar con notebooks

Tarifa de limpieza $629 ARS
Depósito de seguridad $1797 ARS
Descuento por semana: 5%
Precio por fin de semana $989 ARS / noche
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Reglas de la casa
Prohibido fumar
No se admiten mascotas
No se admiten fiestas o eventos
No adecuado o inseguro para niños (0-12 años)
La hora de llegada es a partir de las 16:00
Salida antes de las 11:00


Funciones de seguridad
Detector de humo
Detector de monóxido de carbono
Extintor de incendios

Estancia mínima de 1 noche

61 evaluaciones

Perfil de usuario de Luis
Febrero de 2016
Linda fué muy amable y platicadora a lo largo de nuestra estancia en Sunnyvale, nos recomendó varios lugares para comer y desayunar, siempre se preocupó por tener agua y algunas frutas disponibles para nosotros, así como café en las mañanas. El barrio es súper tranquilo y muy bon…

Perfil de usuario de Eduardo
Octubre de 2017
Very nice and quiet place.

Perfil de usuario de Akira
Octubre de 2017
Linda is so nice, friendly, and very smart person. It is so much fun to talk with her. She is willing to share anything I need (local information and any help). I was so happy to meet her. I really want to see her again. She is such a wonderful host.

Perfil de usuario de Diptesh
Septiembre de 2017
Neighborhood is nice and peaceful. Apartment was clean except few pet dirts here and there. Shoes are not allowed hence, need to be careful while walking here and there in apartment to avoid cat's *. Stay was nice, description mentions 2.5 bath which is not true. You have shared …
Perfil de usuario de Linda
Respuesta de Linda:
My description of my condo is completely accurate and in standard description of a home. There are 2.5 baths, one in my bedroom ("the Master Bathroom"), one shared one for guests, and the 1/2 bath downstairs that anyone can use. Cats are cats and occasionally yak .. 99% of this is downstairs, where the cats hang out, mostly, and is cleaned up as soon as possible after I notice it. But I can't if I'm at work or asleep. If I had a hairball in my tummy or throat, I'd yak, too!
Septiembre de 2017

Perfil de usuario de Sebastian
Septiembre de 2017
Everything was good thank you

Perfil de usuario de Dominic
Septiembre de 2017
Alles war zu unserer Zufriedenheit.

Perfil de usuario de Fernando
Agosto de 2017
Tl;dr - Solid value with few inconveniences General: My girlfriend and I stayed at Linda's home for about three months. I think the place is a solid value. We thought the location was perfect for both our jobs - I biked to Mountain View (~10 mins to my specific campus) and she d…
Perfil de usuario de Linda
Respuesta de Linda:
So, here's a "behind-the-scenes" look at what's going on: Yep, 4 Cats = 4 X the cat hair. But I do dry mop 3 - 5 times per week & often even vacuum, especially downstairs (main floor), and, near the cat litters, the same mopping 1 - 2X daily & always vacuum there daily, too. The couches are covered with CalKing sized blankets because they can be washed to remove the cat hair. I have found it very difficult to remove cat hair from furniture with a vacuum or a special sponge ... I also work, during the day, so this cleaning is a lot to do; I cannot afford maid service unless I charged a lot more (about $79 MORE per cleaning - that's what I paid for weekly maid service around 1995, so more now?- in addition to what I charge for the room). I do not have carpets, the floors are either hard-wood or tile - so the only "carpets" are throw rugs that I wash as soon as I notice they appear to be dirty or hairy... as often as weekly or every two weeks. I have spares, so any of them, even those in guest rooms, can be washed any time. I ALWAYS wash the carpet in the guest rooms between guests. Why no shoes? There is leeway in where you remove your shoes so that you can put your stuff down, for example, on the ottoman, then remove your shoes ... I never want anyone to be uncomfortable or struggle with this! It sounds like I was not clear about that. But why remove your shoes: When I first moved in here, there were wall-to-wall Berber carpets, including on the stairs, which quickly became a mess due to tracking from dirty shoes and spills on them. People walking in from the road outside, the garage or laundry room tracked car oil and laundry soap up the stairs - it was awful - a big BLACK track! Car oil, soap, detergents, fabric softener, mud from shoes & spills seep into the padding under the carpet & are impossible to clean up, then the tracking comes right back, within days, even after steam cleaning. Secondly, if you inadvertently step in some doggy doo or something outside that may be contaminated with fleas or anything, you can track it in to my house and infect my cats. When the gardeners are here or it rains, people have tracked cut grass &/or mud in. This has all happened - we've gotten mud & grass tracked up the stairs, down the hall & into guest rooms (by a guest, that is) & my cats got fleas in the past when people have visited others with pets and returned here. It's so much easier to avoid messes by removing our shoes than to clean up afterwards ... And we DO treat the cats with flea meds on a regular basis, just in case. But why should they suffer due to fleas getting tracked into the house? Lastly, it's so much easier to keep the house clean if shoes are not worn inside, and also my beautiful hardwood floors do not get scuffed or scratched by hard heels or pebbles stuck on the bottom of sneakers. The hardwood on the floors and stairs cost over $25,000 to install just 2.5 years ago. I don't want my investment ruined. Smells? All homes have odors .... If someone cooks something and it burns, it smells. That happens. I try to train the cook(s). ;>) (Could be me, I'm a really lousy cook!) Yes cat food has an odor (especially their tuna / fish, which smells exactly like the canned tuna or sardines that people eat, and to the same degree / strength) and they are mammals, they may create volatile odors when using the litter. While I do my best to keep litters clean by scooping daily, I can't follow them around all day and clean up every time they create an odor which would be the ONLY way to reduce odors from litter use to nearly zero. The litters can't be outside (HOA rules and other problems). Most of the time there is no odor or very little odor from the litters. Dry cat food reduces odors but is very hard on their kidneys if they don't drink enough water per the vet ... & they can die, so we use both canned & dry cat food.
Agosto de 2017

Sunnyvale, California, Estados UnidosSe registró en Septiembre 2014
Perfil de usuario de Linda
I am a Scientist (Environmental Microbiology / Analytical Chemistry) with a creative bent, and I really enjoy being an Airbnb Host. To that end, I re-modeled my home (removed carpets, installed hardwood laminate flooring & wood stairs), and I did the tiling around my Fireplace & …
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