- Liked: Cleanliness, property conditions & facilities, room comfort
Sub-par luxury rentals, keep looking elsewhere.
My stay was at 807 Alder for a duration of 3 nights and 4 days. Overall my stay worked for the wedding weekend, and I wouldn’t stay again unless there was significant changes to that particular unit. The cost associated with the stay was roughly $800+. It was originally $450ish for the unit and an additional $400 in fees and taxes. Which was a bit higher than anticipated but it was high season so understandable. The unit itself was clean which was nice and expected. That and location are the only plus sides to our stay. The unit was outdated quite a bit, which again, isn’t deal breaker; however, the classic can lighting that was original to the funky 50’s build unit were popping out of the ceiling. Cheap light switches used for track lighting (because lack of switched lights in that era) was a good gesture but the faceplate fell off and the switch didn’t work. The shower head felt like it was assembled just enough to fall apart of the next person who touched it. Cheap sliding panels under the vanity mirror we’re out of the tracks and when I tried to re-assemble, it was on the brink of breaking. And some other misc things such as cheap bottle of wine, the bag, and some chocolate kisses to justify the $400 is fees. In closing, I’m ok with an older rental that showed care in the smaller details, but this unit was old and dilapidated. The place was cheap, felt cheap, but was way over priced for cheap. I wouldn’t recommend this to my friends or family. Don’t get unit #60!!