My Ultimate Bachelor Pad Found on AirBnB.com
I have found my dream bachelor pad! I just heard about AirBnB.com where you can rent out places instead of staying in a hotel for cheap. As long as you don’t mind staying at a stranger’s house (which I would) you could save big money. I love, love, love this place and would totally buy it if I could…
“Looking for something more interesting than a standard hotel room? Try the guest room in our 4600 sqft converted Mission warehouse/loft.
Our space used to be an auto trim shop, it is now a live/work setup for a young web development company. Its a unique space and offers conveniences such as:
✾ a swinging couch
✾ a 12 foot tiki bar (free tiki drink upon arrival)
✾ an air-hockey table
✾ movie theater with 11 ft screen and stadium seating
✾ TB of media to enjoy in theater
✾ giant hammock nets on the second floor
✾ an electric piano
✾ roof access with a view of the skyline
✾ washer and dryer
✾ guest bikes with locks, lights and maps
✾ really awesome wifi
✾ free tech-support from resident geeks
✾ plenty of workspace, access to printer & scanner
✾ library of city planning books
Two blocks from 16th & Mission BART, we’re near dozens of fantastic restaurants, Mission nightlife and arts scene. Its easy to get around the city from here too, with downtown/Union Square, the ferry building and the airport (SFO or OAK) just an easy BART ride away. Several of us are professionally trained city planners, we can point you in the direction of just about anything you want from events to the best food to the best Art Deco movie theaters. You can also just relax in our huge, quirky space with couches, nets, fast wifi, TB of media and friendly people.
The guest room has a queen sized bed. For an additional $35 we can accomodate a third person on a futon/couch either in the room or in a smaller adjacent room. Message us for details, we can often rearrange things to accommodate you.
Currently in our warehouse we have a bike mechanic, a computer science PhD student, a professional bassoonist, an Australian lobster salesman, a foreign exchange professional, a web developer, a start-up web and city planning company, a city planner and a semiconductor broker.”
Update – The link is no longer working. If you can comment on any other cool spaces, let me know!
Posted in Travel on June 23rd, 2009 by Jeremy at 9:54 pm with (20,301 views)