Well, it is a budget accommodation. The price is at least three times lower than hotels. I provide an assessment below:
Logistics: The area of the cubicle is 6 feet x 11 feet or maybe 6.5 ft x 10 ft - so it is not for claustrophobic. It has two bunk beds and the mattress and pillow were comfortable, though i am not sure if they were all clean (but, i don't care much!). This cubicle is connected to 2-3 neighboring ones through an opening in a sidewall. In fact, you can hear even the whispers of the neighbors (it's an experience!)! About ~20 people stay in this apartment that might have about 6-10 such cubicles and 3-4 bathrooms (i did not get a tour of the facility, obviously!!). Note, that not all the bathrooms have bath-tubs or toiletries; in fact, sometimes the water supply could be on or off (or may be there were plumbing issues)!!! There was a shared kitchen and a washing machine, which i did not use.
I found this arrangement more enjoyable than drab hotels. The BEST part was that the residents were honest and kind, for example, my neighbor allowed me to use his flip-flops in the toilet!! Thus, despite the lack of common amenities, such as towels (!!), clean linens, etc., my experience at this Air-BnB was memorable!! I found the host, Mr. Subhro, to be prompt at responding to my questions and needs, for instance, i checked in at 2 am, at he was cool with it.
My only concern is that all my clothes (which stayed in this room) now smell like the room--i think it is the odor of cigarette smoke inside buildings or god-knows-what!! I hope that a laundry-cycle will take care of this issue!!