We had a mixed experience with Antonio. The place is really nice. It feels quite DIY and creative and it's in a great location. The bedroom is a good size but not sound insulated so it can disturb your sleep when people come in late at night.
The main problem we had was that Antonio told us he wasn't at home at our requested check in time to let us in so he would try to get a friend to let us in but that it would probably be at midnight.
The address initially provided through Airbnb was just a postcode and it wasn't until well after our desired check in - 10pm - that he provided us with the correct address by text. After waiting outside, trying to get in touch with him, another resident let us in as she was leaving. She told us that Antonio wasn't in the city at all. It wasn't until 11:30 that Antonio's friend turned up.
The bed was not made so we did that ourselves and there was no toilet paper so we had to buy some. Once I'd told Antonio we were in, all he had to say was 'Ok. Thanks, have a nice stay.' He didn't once tell us the truth (that he wasn't in the city) nor did he apologise that we had to see ourselves in, wait in the street for an hour or buy toilet paper.
This would be a great budget place to stay if the host was able to be there and provided properly for guests. Unfortunately, as long as this is not the case, I'm concerned that more people will end up waiting for hours to be let in.