This is a small apartment on a very busy corner. The neighbourhood is lovely and lively. It is walking distance from the Edwin-Bélanger Bandstand at the Plains of Abraham, where we enjoyed live music both nights we stayed here. There is also a great playground and free pool by the museum, numerous restaurants and a Metro supermarket just around the corner, so definitely well-located. However, there are several buses that stop just below the apartment window and run all night. And the nightlife can get noisy. If it's a hot night, forget about sleeping with the windows open. My husband and I slept (poorly) on the double bed. The mattress was hard, likely old, and the pillows were also old and wasted. Our five year old son slept comfortably in the pull-out couch, but we had to improvise, as we were only left a flat sheet and a duvet (it was hot, so not needed), and no pillow or pillow-case for him. We later found pillows in the closet that were much newer and better quality. It's a mystery why the bed was not made with these, or why our host did not leave one out for our son.
The shower was great, fresh towels were provided (we brought our own, so only used hand towels).
The kitchen was not well-equipped, which made for a bit of frustration. The apartment was expensive enough that we had to stick to a budget for meals, but yet could not really cook in the end. We had two forks for the three of us and had to hunt for items, as pots and pans were not all in the same cabinet, neither were dishes. There were also only four dinner sized dishes and no bowls, so no possibility of cereal in the morning, or toast/waffles (no toaster oven). And washing up what we did use was difficult as there were no dish cloths either (we used the bath towels).
I would say there is room for improvement. A cleaner place and more attention to detail by the owner would make for a better unit. Remembering to clear out items left behind by previous guests from the bathroom and fridge, emptying garbage bins... At this point, I would say it was quite overpriced.