2 bedroom, 1.5 bath close to downtown San Jose, Convention Center, SAP Center
Flora Moreno de Thompson
- english, spanish
About Flora Moreno de Thompson
My name is Flora and I am a born and raised San Jose native. I grew up blocks away from this property and currently live next door. I would love to share my favorite local eateries, coffee shops, hidden gems, and more!
Flora Moreno de Thompson purchased this Bungalow in 2010
Why Flora Moreno de Thompson chose San Jose
This home was my first home, and I have put a lot of blood, sweat, and tears into making it the cute and comfortable place it is today. I am super proud of my home and I love my neighborhood. I'd love to share it with you.
What makes this Bungalow unique
Our home was built in 1906 and it has a lot of original features like crown molding and windows, but also has many modern touches like a recently updated kitchen and new furnishings. Enjoy the beautiful succulent garden, say hello to my pet chickens that roam the yard, and stay minutes away from many places of interest in downtown San Jose.
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
No noise past 10pm.
No smoking inside or in back/front yard.
High chair available.
Please talk to me first before hosting additional guests. If you are bringing visitors that are not on the reservation, you must let me know.
No more than ten people are allowed in the house at anytime. No noise past 10pm.
No one is allowed to stay the night that isn't included in the reservation.
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
House was comfortable and stylish (though a few throw pillows and a lamp would have been a nice touch in the living room); Both bedrooms were very nice with comfortable beds, warm and cozy comforters and good lighting. Kitchen had everything you need, plus water in the fridge, and coffee, creamers, etc. The overhead lighting in the kitchen/dining area was very harsh though. Dimmer switches or under cabinet lighting would make it a much nicer space to hang out in. Not the greatest area of San Jose, but centrally located. We ubered to a restaurant in San Pedro Square because it was raining but you could probably walk on a nice evening. Overall a nice place and very affordable for what you get in terms of size, comfort and privacy.
We are a short walk away from Japantown, which features a lot of great restaurants and shops. We are also really close to San Pedro Square Market, a food hall with lots of great restaurants to choose from and an excellent place to start or finish your day in downtown San Jose.