【Special Availability in October】We are vacant from October 18th-29th. Please send us an inquiry/inbox messages for special discount!!!
This natural-themed studio is 15min walk from the Dongzhimen Metro Station Airport Express Line, in the heart of Sanlitun. We offer 24hr self check-in to accommodate your fulfilling life. The natural-themed decoration will ensure a homy feel and the fullest extent of relaxation.
This is a studio facing south right across the road from Australian and Canadian
embassies. It is very bright and warm thanks to the orientation. In addition, we
have central AC with control installed on the wall. Two elevators go right straight to your door. This studio lives comfortably 2 people. However, 4 guests are possible with our extra sofabed (1.8*1.5m). We have linens for four guests. Please let us know in advance about the number of guests for best services. We have a projector linked to a movie database in the cloud (!). Feel free to enjoy the latest blockbusters on your bed. (New movies need to be purchased via QR code). We also have coffee machine, microwaves and a fridge.
Incidentally, I understand that we do not have the best reviews on AirBnB. This is because 1) we stick strictly to rules such as no smoking in the room to safeguard your safety, and we do deduct deposit for violations, which upset some guests we never want to host again and 2) we never pay to get good reviews. Nevertheless, we are warm and passionate for everyone who respects our place.
Guests shall have access to all the amenities in the room including wifi.
Interaction with guests
1. If you have an emergent situation, please contact me via airbnb message or text message. If you do not answer in 5 mins, please contact (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). If you would like to get to know me and to know this city on a personal level, feel free to text me for a breakfast or beer together.
Other things to note
1. You can have food deliver right to your door by placing orders on (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN)/Baidu/McDonalds apps. Enjoy!
2. Please take our your trash to the trash can outside the doors on your left.
I was born in a Hutong, while having lived in three foreign countries. I pride myself on my Beijing accent, while making a living in English and relaxing myself by reading French. I have received an elite education in China yet often feel most at home strolling in hutongs in flip-flops (or better yet, on the back seat of a handsome boy's bike) and talking to seniors there. I got into a decent Law School in the USA and excelled my contract and secured transaction courses, yet currently I am self-employed to explore my multiple passions in training, writing, and event planning.
My style of traveling is inconsistent, depending on if I am on or off duty. Without any professional ambition, I prefer to pick a random place on the map and just go, leaving all the arrangement and research behind. Lying on the beach for several days to read Edith Wharton and Zweig sounds ideal, provided there is aromatic coffee and jazz. That'd be heaven. I like to freeze myself in time. However, if I do have a clear goal of visit, I would usually hit another extreme and prefer to pack to-do list to the fullest by doing tons of research on transportation and etc beforehand.
Hosting is part of my continued self-education program. By talking to people from all walks of life and every corner of the world, I hope to evolve my mentality. Therefore, I host casually. There's little to none house rules. Yet due to my legal background, amenities must be in order to welcome the next guests--the rule I live by.
My life motto is "fastina lente", heard from a much older man. It's supposed to be Latin :-p, meaning to hurry slowly. I constantly refer to it to remind myself that in life we all have to descend first to get to even higher places. Life is messy and beautiful that way. We should expect nothing to happen in a linear fashion in the real world.
Looking forward to talking to you.