This is a solid listing: not posh, but comfortable beds. Microwave, toaster, rice cooker, cookware, and a kitchen table. It's a 2-bedroom apt. The other room is also listed. I clean it well., including pledge, windex, and mint roll linens. The wooden floor is peeling in a small area of the hallway. Downtown Pilsen, an up and coming artist neighborhood in Chicago, and is a 5 min walk from the train stop and only a 10 minute train ride to downtown.
It's at a great location with restauraunts around that I'm frequenting always. Cool pubs are down the street. It's directly across from the National Museum of Mexican Art, which is free. Free parking.
Thanks for your trust and thanks for your consideration. This place is perfect for college-age or young professionals, but everyone is welcome.
Parking is free. Park on Wood. Be sure to read the signs to know if street cleaning will be arriving. They usually come from the month of April every 4th Monday between the hours of 7AM-9AM, or something like that. If you're driving and would prefer to drive to The Loop instead of paying for the train, then be sure to download the app, "Parkwhiz."
I like to interact with guests. You will be given your own set of keys to the building and apartment and can come and go as you please.
This neighborhood is considered an up and coming area for artists and is very cool. Within 1 block there's an internet cafe, called NiteCap, and delicious authentic Mexican restauraunts, Meztisoy and El Mesquite. Pubs are easy to walk to. I recommend Simone's but Harbee's is closer. It's also next to a park and a Mexican Museum. There's a liquor store right next (West side) of the train station and a Family Dollar- which if you buy something there you can withdraw money and the ATM fees are only $1.50. So I go there to get laundry cash all of the time... and where I get my Junior Mints.:)
The Pink Line train station is less than 5 minutes walk to my place.
The bus #18 on 18th St. is 1 minute away.
Bike rental is available next to the train station.
If you're able to send me an inquiry about certain dates then those dates are, indeed, available and I'd love to host you. For everyone's safety I do request that guests upload a picture ID to AirBnB's website.
Train and bus passes can be purchased at any train station and the attendants are very helpful if you have any questions. It's $20 for a 3-day pass and $28 for a 7-day pass for both bus and the train. And to rent bikes for 24 hours it's $7.
The vibe of the festival rooms is that they're similar to hostels, but with private rooms, too. You will have the opportunity to meet other travelers if you want or have as much privacy as you’d like.
I find that guests who enjoy staying here are those that truly enjoy interacting with other guests. So don't be afraid to chat with your flat mate, share a story, grab a meal together, or explore the wonderful city together, if you're inclined.
Guests can have as much privacy as they would like. To insure safety I require guests to upload their drivers license or passport to AirBnB's website. Often, guests enjoy each other's company and sometimes attend the same events, so it enhances their Chicago experience. And, of course, you'll have your key to the bedroom, too, so, again, no privacy will be given up.
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1) Check in is from 4-10PM.
2) Check out is at 11:00AM.
3) Please read the itinerary that AirBnB will send you upon booking. The address and wifi information is on there.
4) Read the signs as far as parking and yes, it's free and available.
5) And if you book the room for safety reasons I would prefer to greet you and hand you the keys, not your guests.
6) I've found it best to communicate with guests only through the Airbnb thread because it helps me remember guests' questions. So please talk to me through that Airbnb message thread only.
7) If keys get lost I must charge $50 to replace them.
Thanks for your inquiry and interest. I work hard to accommodate guests and be sure that the rooms are very clean. If you have any questions, please ask. :)
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I enjoy hosting people and seeing to it that guests have a great time in Chicago. There's tons to do and the pizza is second to none and is also my favorite food. Downtown is fun, but there are also fun neighborhoods, like Wicker Park, that are nearby. There's a cool pub that I've discovered that I'll go to with friends sometimes, I spend time with Ziggy, and I work. I'm a teacher. I live nearby the United Center and recently saw a UFC event there, which was cool. I'm generally a down-to-earth guy, so if you want to know anything ask or book a reservation. Thanks!