Has anyone stayed at a Sonder property?

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I came across the company when I was looking for Air BnB space in Boston; many of them were owned by this Montreal-based company called "Sonder".

They seem to be buying up urban apartments and converting them into Air BnB. It seems like a good solution in that it can provide a professional level of service and maintenance, while still providing some of the individuality and spaciousness that make Air BnBs attractive. I wonder if major hotel chains are looking at this. Though a long time customer of luxury chains, they generally no longer interest me given the quality and variety I have found with Air BnB. Resorts or special settings aside, traditional hotels now seem so ... boring ... a big line up of doors? I don't live in a cookie-cutter subdivision, why would I vacation that way.

I am not sure if companies like Sonder will end up being good or bad.

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