I am a newbie with Airbnb and Mi-Chelle was only my second trip. However, I've been a corporate traveler for more than 3 decades and while I am thrifty, I don't necessarily have to. Thrifty is one reason I came to use Airbnb. Though, it's my stay at Mi-Chelle's that has changed my travel plans forever. I know it may be hard to believe, but if given the choice between staying at a Westin, Hilton, Marriott or Mi's, she wins hands down AND thumbs up at the same time! My only concern when travelling out of state, how do I replicate my experience with Mi? She set the standard as high as that wall will have to be on the Mexico border. What a sweet and caring person to begin with. When she says something, it's from the heart, not a canned retort like a "My pleasure" that seems to be the catch phrase at too many restaurants and hotels. The room was nothing fancy, but roomy and most comfortable. And it was CLEAN, you won't find any horror undercover camera stories here like some hotel rooms. The location is dynamite especially for corporate travelers. She is literally in walking distance to the Florida's Turnpike which will put you in downtown Fort Lauderdale in under ten minutes, twenty minutes to Boca Raton or fifteen minutes to Sawgrass Mills. She's minutes from the mid town corporate parks and the Executive Airport right down Commercial Blvd., which you can see from her home, even though she is nestled in a beautiful golf and country club housing development. Her location is its own secluded island within an area of single home developments. Best of all, running her own little hotel like business through Airbnb, you just feel good paying money to someone like Mi-Chelle versus some corporate hotel chain or the bizarre people that have taken over local hotel groups. I'm sure like most people these days, the income for Mi-Chelle is welcomed and likely needed. Yes, in my years, I've given great reviews for my stays at the Four Seasons and Ritz Carlton's of the world and I really mean around the world. So she doesn't have a Ming dynasty vase in the foyer and a Paris-trained chef is absent. Instead you get a slice of home on the road and a chance to meet some interesting and wonderful people like Miss Mi. She's now at the top of my contact list for lodging and if you are looking to visit the beaches (10 minutes away) or conduct business in South Florida, then Mi-Chelle should be on the top your list too.