First of all, the apartment doesn't give a real airbnb experience, if you understand what it means. It is a hotel. Yes, it's a family-owned, has apartments with a kitchen and very spacious terrace (for some rooms), but it's still a hotel with its name, a reception, restaurant and plenty of rooms. I suggest they should advertise their rooms on other booking resources, as airbnb was created for different type of properties to rent. The communication with Noemi was a kind of strange. We booked the apartment she had put available for instant booking and then got a quote without any explanation to pay extra as she decided to increase the price from 50 to 80 euro per night. I declined the quote and sent her a few messages in a week, but she never answered. We had to call her ourselves to confirm the booking and asked how to get the keys. However, she appeared as very smiley and welcoming lady on the day we arrived like nothing had happened. The apartment was very spacious, similar with the photos but different one, with a huge terrace. It's true that it's bigger than an ordinary hotel, but it was not that clean with some dust in the corners, old spider webs, very dirty pillows on the sofa and a mouldy smell in the bathroom. Furthermore, we were asked to pay for Internet 1 euro per day, despite that it was mentioned here that it's free. Overall, it was not that bad, just the hotel needs a bit more attention to maintenance and advertisement on appropriate booking resources. As for us, it was just not what we had expected, so wouldn't book it again.