This 3-bedroom apt in modern building sleeps up to 9. High quality mattresses and bedding. A short walk from Central Square, MIT and Harvard. Enjoy gourmet kitchen and dining area.
As legislated by the state of Massachusetts and the city of Cambridge for all businesses with more than three listings, a 14.45% room occupancy tax is required. See House Rules for more information.
This apartment is ideal for a family or group that is looking for a high quality extended stay. The master bedroom has a queen bed, ample storage and sitting area with twin sofabed. It has a two-sink private bath with large shower. The second bedroom also features a queen bed with twin air mattress while the third bedroom has a queen bed. A second shared bath with bathtub also houses the full-size washer/dryer. The dining area can seat up to 8 while the living room features a 48 inch smart HDTV. Cook in the gourmet kitchen instead of dining out. Queen sofabed in living room.
Enclosed parking can be obtained from the building for $15/day.
Interaction with guests
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Other things to note
There is a Keurig machine for coffee and a standard coffee machine. A starter supply of detergent, soap, shampoo etc. is provided. Vacuum, hair dryer, iron, ironing board, and cleaning supplies are also available for use. Porta-cribs may be available upon request.
Check-out is at 11:00. Any late check-out without prior approval will be charged $30 per half hour.
As legislated by the state of Massachusetts and the city of Cambridge for all businesses with more than three listings, a 14.45% room occupancy tax is required. Airbnb does not calculate or collect this tax in their quote, so we will collect it separately before check-in. Exceptions for long-term reservations may apply.
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