Cozy is not the description I would use - sterile, perhaps? The apartment is exactly what you'd expect from a serviced apartment, down to the impersonal hotel decor and plastic plants. When we asked a neighbor for assistance in locking the door, she admitted that she didn't know Daniel and rarely sees him around. She also commented that previous guests didn't stay the night because they felt uncomfortable. Once Daniel responded to several outreach attempts to explain how to lock the apartment, we decided to stay - although we regretted it. Don't plan on taking more than one 7-minute shower because the hot water will disappear, only to be replaced with the loud sound of the water heater struggling - to do what, I'm not sure. The internet was spotty at best. I was going to say this spot was fine for one night before hopping on an international flight until we woke up the following morning to find our rental car had been petrol-bombed and was irrecoverable. In terms of communication, Daniel wasn't the most responsive when we asked questions about arrival. Messages via Airbnb went unanswered for days at a time.