This is a great, private and comfortable room in the Museum Area of Philadelphia. Full bed with a private bathroom completely equipped. You will also enjoy of a self-serving station where water, cups glasses, and napkins are at your disposal at all times.
You will be the only guest staying on that floor. Our rooms are on the 3rd floor of the house. Which makes this room perfect for those who like to keep to themselves as much as those who love to share their time with us.
Inside the room, you will find all you might need, including a small self-serving station with napkins, water and glasses and much more.
Upon confirmation of the reservation guests will receive a code to a lock box that it is attached to the gate in the front of the house. Instructions on how to get to the room will be provided through personal conversation the night before.
I am currently attending school in Philadelphia but lived previously in Miami for the last five years. Before that I lived in Cuba, where I was born and raised. I come from a family of professionals that turned to the hospitality industry when the country hit one of its worse economic crisis. My father is an engineer and my mother is a preschool teacher that suddenly had to leave their professions in order to run a bed and breakfast in one of the most beautiful beach towns in Cuba: Varadero. What it seemed at the beginning like a tough decision became a life-changing experience for my parents. I was brought up around the hospitality business that my parents created from an old beach front family house that was almost in ruins when we relocated from our apartment in Havana. The hospitality business not only put food on my plate and clothes on my back, but it gave me a sense of service and entrepreneurship. After a year of living in Philadelphia, I decided that it was time that it tried as a host of Airbnb and try my hand on a familiar and loved business. So whether you stay at “University City Studio” or I stay over as a guest, please know that, as my parents, I have come to understand that serving people in their personal journeys is a meaningful journey in itself.
Let’s travel and wonder forever.