As other reviews have stated, these apartments are a little dated but spotlessly clean and the staff are really pleasant. What did stand out were the electrics in the apartment. They are just bizarre. There are 15 light switches and only 8 lights. There is no logic as to which switch controls which light and 6 of the switches do not control anything. There are plenty of plug sockets but most of them are placed where they are no use. The kitchen area only has 2 and one of those is at chest height directly above the sink so you can't plug any of the appliances directly into it. The other is next to the sink but the work surface there is only large enough to fit a toaster, and that is at a push. The microwave oven was stored away in a cupboard at floor level with a plug socket. I got around this by purchasing a 3 gang extension cable for 5 euros from a 'Chinese' store down on the front. Most of the rest of the sockets are not near a surface where you can place any appliance/phone etc. Example: there is one socket between the twin beds but the bedside tables are on the outsides. There is also no light switch near the bed so you have to find your way to bed in the dark. Why they don't put a bedside table in the middle with a lamp on it, God only knows. It's clear that, at some point, someone has decided to rearrange all the furniture in the apartment but not taken the placement of the sockets and switches into account.