Rated 3.3 out of 5?by 6
Rated 5 out of 5?by Jennifer Lived here since 2009 and I love it!
I am quite pleased since I moved in in 09. I've worked in El Centro moved from San Diego and thought this was the best place to live! I love my nice apt and I'm so close to the pool and gym and I love it! I'm planning on living here for years to come. I really think the staff is great and the maintenance is always upgrading the property. They also do a drawing monthly and have a summer party!
June 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5?by Veronica B. Best place in town
This place is honestly the best property in all of the valley. I have lived in other places and they dont even compare to what Miraflores has to offer. I had a 3bedroom and I loved it! When they gave me the apartment it was really clean and smelled good. The space is open and spacious and theres plenty of storage space to keep all our stuff. The girls at the office are very nice and are always there for whenever I needed something. Maintenance always met his schedule when I asked for a maintenance repair and always kept the landscape and all the property clean.
October 8, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5?by Colby Sometimes nice
The apartments are extremely nice,modern. Tile,granite countertops, big bedrooms. It is gated but there is not a lot of parking available inside the complex other than your 1 assigned spot, other car spends a lot of time outside the complex. We live on the bottom, neighbors above us are extremely loud, can hear mostly everything, very frustrating and annoying considering the price you pay to live there. As for the pool it is big and looks nice when clean but is dirty half the time and is not heated so useless during spring and winter. If you have kids there is no playground.
September 9, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5?by james you will never get your deposit back
moved out over a year ago left the place in good condition and I'm still in court trying to get my deposit back. Read the lease agreement before you sign it. you will never see your deposit again. Very bad management.
June 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5?by Salvador Bought a house and now I regret it, wish I could go back
To think these days anyone can write bad reviews or comments without facts or sufficient foundation is preposterous. The best advice I can give to anyone trying to rent an apartment is to go tour and visit before an important decission such as renting a home is made. This is the best way you will get your answers to your questions. Bitterness is never the way to go. Miraflores is definitely not a party place for teenagers, it is alot more upscale than that. This was the main reason I decided to rent back in the day. Sometimes the price is an issue to some people but definitely decide if you are able to make such a commitment before you sign the dotted line. All the amenities are great and I would say that the staff is professional which is more that what I can say for alot of other properties.
May 1, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5?by thor not worth the money
Don?t be fooled by the pictures of a sparkling clean pool, Jacuzzi and a convenient recreation room. The pool is not heated and is always dirty. In spring and early summer when it is nice out, the pool will still be ice cold and unusable. Maintenance told us the Jacuzzi heater turns on around 5pm every evening. Unfortunately, it never fully heats up and sometimes never turns on at all. Not only is this disappointing, but a waist of electricity, money, and time. The Recreation room is only open Monday ?Friday from 9-5 when the manager is there to watch over you and when everyone who would like to use it is at work. If a light goes out in your apartment you are not allowed to change it yourself and are required to call maintenance and pay a $10 fee per bulb. My first clue about how things run at Mira Flores should have been when they showed me a model instead of the apartment I was looking to rent. Of course, the model apartment is an extremely upscale version of the actual apartments for rent. I would say that Mira Flores is all about appearances and long story short, what you see is not what you get.
March 12, 2013