Dinning Area
Yale & Downtown New Haven

Private room

1 guest

2 bedrooms

1 bed
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This is a great place located in the heart of New Haven, CT. Just across the street from Walgreens, Yale University, two blocks away from Yale Hospital, 1-2 blocks away from award winning restaurants, nightclubs, the apple store, shopping and more. Breakfast is available & is based on my guest request.

When you are staying here as a guest you will also receive a zone parking pass which allows you to utilize the on-street parking in front of my house or within a three block radius of my area.

The space

I like to give my guest a quick brief showing house and giving some tips to make guest feels comfortable, Most of the time I'm out and busy working and sometimes I travel too, this is very quiet and clean house great for students, vacationers or other professionals. This the best location for easy access to Yale-New Haven Hospital or Yale University or Saint Raphael’s Hospital located here in the city. My home is cleaned bi-weekly by a cleaning company; the area in which I live is safe. My goal is to offer the best hosting service making a guest feel just like in his/her own house or that you're at a friends house.

Guest access

While you are here you have access to the entire space. There is one main entrance and a fire escape access in case of emergencies.

Interaction with guests

During the time that our space is being used to accommodate guest, you will have access to Jessica, whom lives within the next block to assist you with any questions and also serves as a concierge to the space. She is handy and also very familiar with the area.

Other things to note

During the summer months in New Haven there are many public events such as concerts, Arts and Ideas Festival, gallery shows, plays and other events that take place right on the New Haven Green


The space
Accommodates: 1
Bathrooms: 1 (Shared bathroom)
Bedrooms: 2
Beds: 1
Check In: 3PM - 2AM (next day)
Check Out: 11AM
Pet Owner: Dog(s)
Room type: Private room
Self check-in: Host greets you

Amenities

Prices
Cleaning Fee €142
Weekly Discount: 15%
Weekend Price €73 / night
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Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
1 single bed
Common spaces
3 sofas

House Rules
No smoking
No parties or events
Check in time is 3PM - 2AM (next day)

Can have one additional guest for an extra $27 a night. There are tenants that live on the first and third floor. There is a strict quite rule that is enforce from 10pm to 9am.

You must also acknowledge
Must climb stairs
Pet(s) live on property
Some spaces are shared - All the common areas such as the kitchen, living, bar, office and dining rooms are shared if am I not traveling during your stay.

Cancellations

Safety features
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector
First aid kit
Fire extinguisher

Availability
3 nights minimum stay

9 Reviews

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Jessica User Profile
July 2017
I needed a place to stay while I took a summer class at Yale. Remembering sweltering summers past, I decided to forego the dorms and search AirBnB for a place with air conditioning, using their handy filtering option. Aspen's place was almost twice as expensive as several similar places without air conditioning, but it cost about the same as the dorms. With his generous promise of gourmet breakfasts every day, and dinners twice a week, I figured it would be an even swap. So I booked his place for thirty days, risking his strict cancellation policy and trusting that it would be a positive experience, or that AirBnB would have my back if it turned out otherwise. Unfortunately, as it turned out, Aspen lied about the air conditioning, both in the listing, and in his subsequent personal communication with me. He also lied about the gourmet breakfasts. He took me out to breakfast on the first day after I arrived, and talked a lot for several days about how he had to go grocery shopping, but his cupboards remained bare for the first two weeks of my stay. Eventually I figured out that I would have to buy myself coffee and filters if I wanted to make it for myself in the mornings rather than buy at coffee shops every day. He also misrepresented the availability of a private writing area. I very clearly communicated that I would be there to take a writing class, and asked whether there was a desk in the room before I booked. Aspen described a full office, but this office was not only in the common area, but it was his office that he used every day, and therefore not available to me as a place where I could write. It's also worth mentioning that he very inaccurately misrepresented the "interactions with guests" portion of his listing, and carried this misrepresentation through to subsequent communications. I was very much under the impression that I'd have the place mostly to myself, and even that he'd be traveling most of the time, but this was definitely not the case. Aspen is a very gregarious person and I will say that we did have some great conversations - but ultimately, that's not why I was there, and it was extremely frustrating having to find coffee shops and libraries and other public places where I could write after spending so much money on a place where I expected to find privacy. He eventually brought a tiny desk into my private room after I complained to AirBnb. Speaking of my private room, I didn't find out until I arrived that my bed was a waterbed. To say that this was an uncomfortable experience is an extreme understatement. After ten days or so of practically drowning in my sleep every night I finally paid for a hotel room, and asked AirBnB about my options. They forced an uncomfortable interaction between the host and I, and ultimately rejected my petition for...

Rebecca User Profile
May 2017
Aspen was amazing. So warm and welcoming. Incredibly helpful and went above and beyond. He waited for work packages for me, showed me around, gave me tips on where to go and how to get there. First class host!

Rebecca User Profile
April 2017
Aspen was a great host! Super warm & welcoming, and went out of his way to accommodate me. He showed me around the Yale Campus, directed me to all the close by amenities, and was a great resource for info about getting in & out of NYC. Above & beyond. And he makes an amazing breakfast!

Juan User Profile
February 2017
Second time staying with Aspen. Great host, happy to stay with him on my visits to New Haven.
Aspen User ProfileAspen is a superhost.
Response from Aspen:
Thank you, Juan. You are the man. I hope we get a chance to do it all again.
February 2017

Matthew User Profile
November 2016
A great bachelor pad to stay in with a great guy. Bedroom is modest in size, but the rest of the place is very spacious and comfortable. Aspen is a great host who will share cooking and make sure you know the area.

Perrine User Profile
October 2016
Aspen was very friendly and welcoming. We only saw him on our first night because we were busy at a reunion. He gave up his bed for us and slept in a twin bed in a different space in the apartment. We were surprised that it was a waterbed and giggled before going to sleep each night to hear the sloshing. The place was spacious. We had to pull a broom out and sweep up in the bedroom, living room, and kitchen because my asthma started acting up. The bathroom was a bit dirty as well, but again, we were just sleeping there. Aspen got us a parking pass, so that made life a lot easier!

Austin User Profile
September 2016
Aspen was a very gracious and welcoming host in all respects. Pre-arrival, he was prompt and thorough when respnding to message. During my stay, he was extremely accomodating, acquiring parking permits/paying the tickets that I got before they came for me to hang, making meals to share, and inviting me out. Would highly recommend for any length of stay.

New Haven, Connecticut, United StatesJoined in April 2015
Aspen User ProfileAspen is a superhost.

I am Aspen Powers, an entrepreneur based in the USA within the entertainment business. I produce television shows and entertainment content. I'm an American media personality, Executive Producer, writer, travel blogger and Chairman of VarGo Media, Inc. I am currently the EP, TV host and creator of Travelpolitans, which is a traveling TV series being shot with a straight-to-series strategy with a digital streaming distribution option on one of the following such as Netflix, Amazon or HULU. The filming locations for Travelpolitans are Iceland, Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Norway. I love to travel around the world to explore, learn and connect with like minded people. My short bucket list of other places that I would love to go are Czech, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland, Italy, Australia and New Zealand.

In my down time I love to read self-help, business management and biographies about business people. I'm not an avid movie goer however, I will watch a movie or two when I have the time. I love to cook for others and entertain guest in my home often. I do serve breakfast if I am around and available, however I customize my breakfast according to my guest and breakfast is not served the same everyday.

As a guest anywhere, I am simply quiet and observant and take everything in. I love to laugh and share great moments, whether I am by myself or meeting others. I treat people the way that I would like to be treated, with the acknowledgment that some people will disappoint. However, it doesn't stop me from being gracious and honorable.

Languages: English
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour

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