The accommodation was fine if a little misleading. However, what was odd is that no one had seemed prepared for our arrival, the reception asked us to wait for 20 minutes before I gave up and got them to phone the host. After giving over all of our passport information we were allowed up to the room, but were stopped by someone who was not the host not believing we had the apartment. After convincing them we had booked it, we went to the room, and this new person followed, when in the room we were told that we would have to pay more money, as the apartment was smaller than anticipated and wasn't designed to cater for 3 people, which is the number of people we booked on airbnb for. After a while the airbnb host managed to convince this other mystery host that we did not need to pay, but I did need to fill out tax forms, which after 20 hours of travelling and arriving late in the evening, was the last thing I wanted to do. These tax forms had to be filled out using our police entry number, which was the first time after 3 weeks in chile we were told it had any use whatsoever. Even the police said if you lose it, it didn't matter as it was all on the system. Once this was done, the new host brought some blankets so we could sleep on the floor and futon. Which I don't mind actually, if it is a host and we are staying in their house, I expect it even. But this was run by a company and we rented the entire apartment.
Plus points however, the apartment was small but in a good area of the city, it was clean, there was an information booklet for the wifi provided. I want to give my experience more but I feel I am already being generous with 3 stars.