Sonder Ida is a hotel in Phoenix built out of shipping containers turned into stylish apartments. The ground floor is an art gallery. Covered with shade, the roof deck provides a stunning view. The place is stylish and minimalist, with a rug-covered concrete floor that gives the apartment a loft-like feel. Small touches make it feel like a home away from home, and the accommodation is outfitted with central heating and air conditioning, a dining area, and a flat-screen TV.
The kitchen is fully equipped with a full-sized refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, oven stove, coffee maker, and stocked with dishes and utensils, making it easy to prepare meals. Every room has blinds for privacy, and the apartment is beautifully decorated in a minimalist style. The big table in the dining room area is perfect for working on my laptop. The apartment offers fast Wifi, ideal for digital nomads like me.
The hotel doesn’t provide parking, but metered parking is available. It’s located near bars and nightclubs, so some apartments may experience noise disturbance. However, my apartment was on the corner away from the noise, so it wasn’t a problem for me.
Sonder Ida Phoenix is in the Roseselvet district of downtown Phoenix, and there are plenty of restaurants, bars, gastropubs, and shopping options within walking distance. Although the staff is available only by text message, they were very helpful.
The bedroom is spacious, with charging outlets on both sides of the bed and blackout blinds. The bed is comfortable with high-quality bedding, and the large bathroom features free toiletries, a hairdryer, and large, soft towels. Additionally, the bathroom has a washer and dryer, making it convenient for longer stays.
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