The apartment was ok, but not as nice as the apartment on the pictures of the airbnb advert, which is the one we booked and paid for. 3 out of 4 pictures on the advert were for another nicer apartment (we asked the host about this and he said they were of a similar sister unit, but people expect to see pictures of the actual place they are booking, obviously).
Also, it looks like the profile picture of the "clean & smiley" host on airbnb is not his picture either as he uses a very different one on other online profiles - this goes against the basic principles of this community which is supposed to be based on trust and was quite concerning for us.
The accommodation for the third guest is a small two-seater sofa, not a sofa bed - we spoke to the host and he sent a futon mattress the second day, but we had to deal with this during our trip because he had not provided accurate information beforehand.
Just before leaving he reminded me he could leave a bad review for me if I gave him a bad one, which to be honest i do not care about as i am not planning to use airbnb again unless they take responsibility for this "verified" profile and make the fake host take responsibility for the misrepresentation of his apartment and his identity.