Dear Andy, you review is totally unfair. It is April in Israel, meaning the time of "Ovech", hot dusky weather with sand storms coming from Egypt every 3-4 days. No matter how much you clean, the dust covers all surfaces in a minute. The apartment has been thoroughly cleaned by a cleaning lady two days prior to your arrival (as I told you in advance, this was a holiday and I could not have it cleaned the day before you came for this reason). But I admit that because of this period of the year, you might have experienced dust - It would at this have been the same in any Jerusalem apartment at this time of the year. From May on dust will be over.
You said it's overpriced (I ask 228$ a night, the rest is airbnb fee) - well, sleeping 3 adults and 3 children in a 3 star hotel at Pessach period in Jerusalem would have cost you at least 500$ a night, without a living room and a kitchen, I am sure you are aware of that. There are many other airbnb apartments, some of them cheaper, many of them more expensive than mine, but most of them do not have 3 bedrooms together with a huge living room, an equipped kitchen, a spacious balcony, an elevator, and a great but quiet location.
This is a 105 square meters apartment (without counting a small room that is locked) and I believe it is a very fair option for staying in a central place in Jerusalem with all comfort needed, and so agreed all guests until you.
Still I am sorry for you that you felt in a different way.
Last point, I lived there with my family for the last 6 years, so it's not a college student apartment, but a lawyer and a physician's one, it it makes you feel better...