Cozy flat perfect for a couple. Located in the historic neighborhood of Miramar. The apartment has a urban feeling with a lovely outdoor garden. Remodel & equipped kitchen, washer & dryer. Walking distance to groceries, coffee shops & restaurants. Easy access to the beach, Condado and Old San Juan.
The apartment is located on the ground floor of a small building, has a beautiful garden with street view.
A cozy one-bedroom apartment accommodates 2 persons (and a 3rd guest in a twin futon).
High ceilings! Bedroom has a queen size bed, closet, fan, air-conditioning and fresh cleaned sheets.
Bathroom includes shampoo & shower gel, hot water, toiletries, cleaned towels and hand soap.
The apartment includes washer and dryer combo.
Living room area has TV (cable) & Wifi + futon.
Dining Area, seats 4, and garden area seats 2.
A newly remodel kitchen, fully equipped with mini-toaster oven, microwave, coffee maker and fridge. Cookware, Dinnerware and Flatware are also provided.
*Parking is available upon request.
This apartment is equipped with keyless entry. You will receive instructions when you book.
Sofia lives nearby! We are available, let us know if you have any questions or doubts. Our interest is for you to enjoy Puerto Rico and feel comfortable during your stay.
Please, water the plants during your stay!!!
Check-in 3:00pm and 10:00pm / Check-out 11:00am
The Guest shall use the premises as a temporary residence. No more guests than the total informed in the inquiry should occupy the premises.
Sofia Maldonado completed her graduate studies at Pratt Institute in 2008 and continues to live in Brooklyn, New York. Her paintings draw inspiration from aspects of street culture, abstract art, and postfeminist theory. Maldonado was awarded a Manhattan Community Arts Fund grant by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. Her first solo museum exhibition took place at the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo in Puerto Rico, in 2012; she has also exhibited in several major institutions, including the Mint Museum, the Museum of Art and Design, the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, the Ringling Museum, the Tenth Havana Biennial, and El Museo del Barrio. Her public projects have been sponsored by Real Arts Ways, the Times Square Alliance, and the Bronx Museum of the Arts.