The main concern that I had was that the apartment was listed as a "3 bedroom" unit. I was specifically looking for 3 bedrooms as I wanted a room for myself/fiancé as well as one room for the other 2 people travelling with us. I even narrowed my search criteria on AirBnB to "3 bedrooms" as I expected to have a private room for everyone. However, upon checking in we realized that there were not separate bedrooms. It was a large open concept loft with no private rooms. There were 3 "beds" but not 3 "bedrooms". All of the beds were basically in the same room. Everyone could see everyone sleep and no privacy for changing clothes. Don't get me wrong, it is a very nice place in a fantastic location and I would stay here again if I was travelling with a different group of people (i.e. a bunch of guys for a bachelor party for example). However, the fact that my fiancé and I could not have a private sleeping area was not going to work for me. I did raise this concern with Martin and he did offer a FULL refund which was a nice gesture. However, the problem was that even if he gave me a full refund and we vacated his property we had nowhere to stay in Montreal. It was the long weekend and I couldn't find any other suitable properties that were within our price range for 4 people. They were already all booked up across the city. What ended up happening is that AirBnB stepped in and offered to put my fiancé & myself up in a totally separate 1 bedroom apartment while my other 2 guests continued to stay at Martin's. Martin also kicked in a partial refund to help pay for the cost of renting the new 1 bedroom apartment for myself and my fiancé. In the end, I was happy with the solution that AirBnB & Martin provided. However, it was a super stressful time for everyone as it took a long time to resolve.