The place looks exactly as the pictures on the inside, but the neighborhood it's not good and it's hard to get there, no paved road so it's very hard to take your luggage from the cab to the place. I recommend this place to very low travel budget seasoned travelers and Indian locals, if you are a solo traveler I don't recommend it spend the extra money in the hotel, for a few dollars you will avoid lots of hassle, if you have kids this is a definitely no place suitable for them. Noisy AC and people outside. I visited 6 other countries before using airbnb same price range and this one was the most challenging so consider this before booking this place. It's easy to get a cab or tuk tuk of you walk to the main road but be aware that it's far from attractions and in rush hour it could take you hours to get there.
The apartment was alright, although the people who let me in didn't speak English and the host was unreachable initially. There were some issues getting access to the wifi password and a small bug problem. Otherwise the apartment is fine and there are plenty of cafes and restaurants in the vicinity.
Great studio set up for solo travelers or couples. Place was exactly as pictured. Lots of cute restaurants and cafes and street food available at all hours. Can be a little hard to find at first but host was very helpful and accommodating in directing me to the apartment (helpful throughout while stay too).
This seemed perfect for 1 night but turned out to be a poor choice. It was not well kept, dirty, and the shower is miserable to work with. He gave vague instructions and called me the next day (while I was in a conference) to accuse me of taking the key. He later apologized that the key was in the apartment after all. Nevertheless, it was an inconvenience and could be avoided.
The place has up-to-date furnishings. If you were planning to stay for a week or more, there are plenty of cabinets, and places in the kitchen for dry goods, plus a spacious mini fridge. I recieved two large bottles of water upon arrival - always welcome in India. The one downside to the place is that there is quite a bit of street noise. It doesn't last all night or anything, but there will be some conversations and scooters going through the street/alley. Earplugs may fix the situation. Also, if you are a westerner, the toilet is western, but there was no toilet paper, as there was a Thai style bidet faucet. If you're comfortable and familiar, it won't be a problem. If not, just look it up on youtube beforehand.