Highly recommend any of Ana's apartments. She and her family have been renting out several flats next door to their own for a long time. This is just the first time they've listed it on AirBnB.
First, regarding location: Great! Just a 5-10 minute walk from the highlights of the city. In less than 5 minutes you can reach the Kamelija Shopping Centre, which has a grocery store, a cosmetics/drugstore, pharmacy, and tons of trendy shops. Across the street from there, you can take a walk along the Riva (harbourfront promenade). There, you can find a ton of great restaurants and cafes. A few minutes walk from there, you can reach Kotor's Old Town. That speaks for itself I think.
Near the apartments, just near the driveway, you can find a really great place for takeout, (it's like really cheap... great portions, and very tasty food). They have a tons of fresh-caught fish, chicken, and other local delicacies. There's also a small convenience store for basics, but I found they have a great fresh fruit and veggie selection compared to other grocery stores. The best grocery store, in my opinion, is located at the end of the Riva if you walk opposite of the town centre, called Aroma. Much better selection than the one even in Kamelija.
The apartments are very clean and spacious. This one can house 5 people (1 double bed, 3 single beds). There's a nice kitchen and dining area, a really pretty bathroom with a cool shower. There's tons of closet space. Everything seems very well equipped for long term stays. The kitchen has all the tools necessary if you cook. However, the apartment does not have basic staples like oil, vinegar, salt... etc. No laundry soap, shampoo. You might have to buy your own, though if you're only staying there a few days, Ana and her family are very accommodating and will gladly supply you with anything you need. I had most of everything I needed with me, except laundry soap, and she provided me with that with no hesitation.
There's also a lovely sitting area right outside the flat with roll down shading if its too sunny or rainy.
One issue I guess would be the Wi-Fi, which I found to be a bit slow. It's a problem because the flat is located on the ground floor, the walls are really thick, and the Wi-Fi is shared among other apartments. The cellphone reception was also not the best indoors. I had to take my (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) calls outside. I found it reasonable enough to (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) whatever I needed and send emails and all, but I couldn't watch my TV shows online.
Ana is an amazing host for many reasons. Well, her entire family is cool but I communicated with her the most. She gave me a rundown of the city when I arrived with many great recommendations. She even picked me up from the bus stop which I strongly appreciated.