Not sure where the photo was taken or maybe it is the angle, but the apartment we had was SMALL - as in, squeeze into one side of the (fairly comfortable) bed using the six inches (not kidding) space between the end of the bed and the wall. The bathroom was a model of efficient use of space with a small corner shower, a toilet and a sink in a very tiny space. Our apartment did not have a fireplace. It was also on the third floor (no elevators) which since they start counting at ground level Zero was an extra flight of huffing and puffing with luggage, and the stairs were NOT even, straight or consistent. We were never able to figure out the air conditioning (if there was any), but once they told us how to flip the switch for hot water, the showers were nicely hot. On a positive note, the place was impeccably clean, the kitchen space was stocked with dishes (but honestly no space to stand to use it once the fold out couch was blocking everything), and no cupboard space to store any groceries. Again, we used the fold out couch, which meant we could only open the refrigerator door about half way. This would have been fine for two intimate people, but no more. It was a reasonable value for what we paid, and I won’t go back. Note: we stayed at 10 Aungier Street, #11 which also had access to more nightlife than we wanted to hear.