This was my first Airbnb experience, and I was hesitant to try it, but extremely pleased with the outcome! Three of us rented this space as staff accommodation during a student exchange while students billeted with nearby families. Our main criteria were location and price, and Le Passage delivered on both. The apartment was exactly as pictured (with the added bonus of a small loveseat in one of the bedrooms, which does not show in the photos). The kitchen was updated and well-stocked with dishes, utensils, pots and pans, etc. , which made it easy to prepare our own meals. As colleagues, we weren't sure how comfortable it would be share a space with each other, but this apartment worked out very well - between the living room, the sunroom, and the loveseat in one bedroom, we had plenty of places to either socialize or hole-up by ourselves. The wi-fi was strong enough for one of us to work on report cards, another to watch a Raptors' game, and a third to post trip pictures on social media - all at the same time! The washer and dryer were an extra luxury which were much appreciated when we did need them. As others have mentioned in their reviews, Francois is attentive and available via text or on a moments' notice. He had local maps and menus available for us to use. The location itself was excellent for us as we needed to be in Levis, but were without transportation. We were only steps away from convenience stores, cafes, restaurants and "Chocolats Favoris"!!!! We wondered if a "downtown" Levis location was going to be noisy, but even when they brought in the "Attache ta Tuque" carnival activities right outside (which was very cool), things quieted down by 11 p.m. Most nights, the street was fairly deserted. The view looking across the river from the end of the street over to Quebec City was breathtaking. It is an easy and scenic ten minute walk downhill to catch the ferry over to Quebec City. If you have mobility issues, this is not an apartment for you because there is a steep staircase (but with a very secure handrail) up to the apartment, and the walk back up from the ferry is also all uphill, but then, Quebec City is all hills, too. Do note: if you have a car or are willing to spring for a cab, there is a mall etc. fairly close by. Merci Francois!