The location of the apartment, the double locks on the front door, and the person who guided us to the apartment being pretty friendly were probably what I would call the only pros of the place. The apartment itself was pretty unclean, it looks like the only thing they did was change the linen and the towels and maybe left one shampoo, two body washes and two bar soaps. The place looks like it was close to falling apart with a missing shutter in the bathroom, fridge door that feels like it was going to fall off, an apparent hole in the wall in the kitchen, top bunk bed guard rail that felt like it would break on you at any minute, and stairwell railings leading up to the apartment broken as well which is especially horrifying when you are climbing 4 stories with heavy luggages. Furthermore, communication with the hotel was basically non existent as there was no warnings that there would be no hot water in the apartment, or how to turn it on if there is, or that the lights in the stairwell will shut off suddenly. Furthermore, some parts of the stairwell were extremely dark to the point where you won't be able to see the steps in front of you properly without a flashlight and there were no buttons to turn the lights on. Venice the city itself was awesome though.