The carpet floors are stained.
The beds are very hard, more like a platform than a bed.
There is a fluorescent light on 24 hours a day in the hallway of the building that shines through a window. Therefore the apartment is never dark, which is not ideal for sleeping.
The WiFi did not work at all.
The apartment was freezing, with no directions on how to use the heating system. We had to invite a Japanese friend over to adjust it for us.
It is a good cheap place for a group of friends who are not concerned about comfort. We booked this at the last minute, needing something in the immediate area for a business trip when nothing else was available.
Because it was a last minute business trip, we booked in a hurry. We were three people total, and I had accidentally booked for two. Someone arrived at 11 prior to our requested checkout time, and the host proceeded to repeatedly call me a “liar.” I told them that this was very rude in my culture and to accept this as an honest miscommunication, and they responded rudely once again. They insisted it was not a miscommunication, which I found baffling. The place was so cheap, the money was not a big deal, but the communication was aggressively offensive. Our initial flights were delayed, and we still paid for two nights that we weren’t there, so I was surprised the host was so rude.
If you’re a broke college student who doesn’t mind being far away from the action this might be ok for you. We were here only because we were desperate in undertaking a business project close by and the closest hotels were booked.