Consider yourself lucky. Our bedroom is 82F at night and we've got the coolest room in the house. The poor couple in the back room have to deal with up to 93F temps *at night*, in their room. Right now, they're probably dealing with 87F night time temps. I've always wondered if it was legal for an apartment room to reach those temperatures and not be equipped with AC. They've got a portable air conditioner, but during the hot summer nights, it only lowers the temp by a maximum of 2 degrees, so it's still 90-91F in there. I think, what their room (and the kitchen) really needs is to be better insulated. I wonder if the city can mandate that the landlord take care of the problem?