This comfy room is part of a two bedroom apartment furnished in a minimalist contemporary style. The room fits two, located on a quiet street just 5 min from downtown. Enjoy a full kitchen, groceries next door, and access to the subway a block away.
This listing was designed to host single travelers but the room fits up to two. The apartment is unique as it beautifully fits contemporary minimalism with a number of cool technologies such as a smart-lock, and state of the art home entertainment system. The room faces south so guests always enjoy how refreshing and comfy the sun feels as it fills the room during the day. During the evening the living room lights adjust to cooling blue hues that set the tone for a cozy night of watching movies in the winter or breezy night reading a book on the balcony.
Accès des voyageurs
You will be accommodated in the guest bedroom that can sleep two on the double bed. We also have an extra twin air mattress if you want to sleep separate. You also have your own private bathroom.
You will also have access to the following shared amenities: a full kitchen (microwave, stove, oven, fridge, washing machine, any spices or oils you need to cook), washer/dryer, living room (home theater system), Wi-Fi, and balcony area.
Free visitor parking is available as long as you sign in your vehicle in the guest lobby. Visitor parking is limited to 4 consecutive days upon which street parking can be utilized.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We live in the apartment and we are always happy to interact with the guests and willing to share our knowledge of the neighborhood and city to help you get the most out of your stay. On occasions we have friends or family over and we invite our guests to join us.
When we are not at home we may host other guests either in the living room sleeper-sofa or in the master bedroom.
I rent the apartment in different listing configurations, please follow the links below to check out my other listings - in order of most expensive to least expensive:
Living Room Sofa Bed
As we host guests in our home our first rule is to treat it with respect. In addition some rules to keep in mind:
No shoe-wearing inside the apartment.
No parties or bringing people into the apartment who are not booked.
No alcohol or drugs.
No smoking inside the apartment or the balcony.
Respect our neighbors by not talking in the hallways and keeping noise to a minimum between 10pm - 9am.
You are free to use the refrigerator/freezer, kitchen, and washing machine/dryer.
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David is originally from the Cycladic isles of Greece and Maya is from the coast of Brazil. We now call Edmonton our home. Living in the Bellevue community, close to city centre, is great fun as we are very close to all the major events. We also like to indulge in the cultural offerings the capital city’s downtown has to offer such as the gallery, theater, library, and cozy Jasper Ave pubs, especially with the Light Rail Transit a block away from home.
David holds an MSc in Psychopharmacology from the University of Alberta's Department of Psychiatry. He currently works for Tennis Alberta coordinating the growth of tennis in Northern Alberta while preparing for medical school.
Maya is an Electrical Engineer specializing in communications. She currently teaches for Young Engineers Edmonton.
Together we love playing and talking about tennis so our condo is filled with references to the sport we love. We enjoy travel (especially to warm ocean-side destinations), food, music, languages and exploring the beautiful landscape that Canada offers. David has an interest in dinosaurs and the archeology of ancient civilizations while Maya has a soft spot for robots.
Our home is always ready for visitors. We like to keep it clean and uncluttered, such as you would expect a good hotel space. We also have this constant urge for home-improvement so some returning guests may find our home changes slightly from visit to visit.
Vincent van Gogh once said "The fishermen know that the sea is dangerous and the storm terrible, but they have never found these dangers sufficient reason for remaining ashore." We often find ourselves when travelling running off the beaten path and toward the "sea" of opportunity that holds the promise of some adventure.