I stayed here with my girlfriend for three nights. We didn't get to meet Laura as she was travelling, however from our messaging she was always friendly, helpful and responded quickly.
Our check in went smoothly, as her roommate Zabi was awaiting us, but there were some issues at the start. Zabi had pointed out that there used to be a welcome sheet for guests with information and tips, however someone had taken it and he hadn't replaced it (probably shouldn't have mentioned that).
We weren't initially happy with the bed, as the double bed had only one thin pillow (actually a small rolled up duvet in a pillow case as we found out later) and one duvet, which wasn't enough for two people obviously. Zabi didn't seem to notice this and when I asked he suggested I sleep with one of the couch pillows. I wasn't happy with this (as I wasn't sure when the couch pillow covers had been washed) and so I messaged the host. She was very helpful, replying quickly, and Zabi brought us another pillow and duvet. The whole issue was resolved quickly, however better communication between the host and her roommate could have made us feel more welcome from the start. Another side note about the bed is that the bed base is actually cardboard and is very creaky, so if you move around in your sleep you will make a lot of noise. We didn't get very good sleep during our stay.
Despite this we still enjoyed our stay. Our bedroom and the bathroom were clean and tidy, and the bedroom is more spacious than the photos appear. Worth mentioning is that this is a share flat for students, meaning the bathroom, toilet and kitchen are shared. The kitchen was quite dirty throughout our stay, but we didn't need to use it much.
The apartment is in a very convenient location, within 5 minutes walk to two tram lines and a train station, making it quick and easy to travel into the city.
We would recommend this for young travellers who are used to student accommodation.