We booked a room from 24th to 29th of july; it was a big and comfy room for two people, with a couch and a coat hanger. It's exactly like in the photos on Airbnb. Jasmin was very nice and helpful to give all the information we may needed: address, code to enter into the building, etc. So, about this part, we were pretty satisfied. The problems were about everything else: we thought we would live in her apartment, not in a house full of other people. When we arrived we discovered there were four more people we didn't know anything about, and our room didn't have a key to lock in. I asked Jasmin about that and she told me not to worry, that she knew them very well and that they were very nice people. I mean, that's fine, but we're still upset not to have known that before. Moreover, the common spaces such as the kitchen and the bathrooms (the one with the toilet didn't have a light, only a candle to light on) were soiled and dirty. It's a shame because the location of the apartment is optimal to visit Stockholm, near the tube and a bus station. I think it would be more correct to be clear about the house situation, and to make some serious cleaning.