It appears that another person had a similar experience based on a review I see from June of this year, which was not posted when I booked the property in August of 2016.
I booked apartment A1 based on the fact that it slept so many people-- My family of four would be guaranteed their own bedrooms. The trip we took was five weeks long, and it was important to keep my teenage son and daughter from having to share rooms.
When we arrived we were given the keys for apartment A5, which we then viewed. It was basically a one room apartment with a sleeping loft. Two of the "beds" were foldouts (probably from IKEA), and not only was there not really space to deploy those two beds but it effectively meant that my whole family would be sleeping in ONE room. This was exactly what I was wanting to avoid.
I went back to the check in counter at the Latran Hotel that manages the apartments. They told me this problem was a Trip Advisor problem. They said they did not really assign the apartment to me. I didn't believe that. I showed them my confirmation from Trip Advisor showing that I had booked and paid for apartment A1, not A5. Nothing to do-- They had booked apartment A1 for another group, and it was occupied. After forcing the issue, which caused me to get a bit angry and explain that my 16 year old daughter was freaking out about the prospects of the accommodations, they told me they had a double room in the hotel and they offered that to us in addition to the apartment. We took the double room, along with the apartment, so my family was separated but we had better accommodations than just having apartment A5.
I feel there is some "baiting and switching" going on here, and I am also encouraging Trip Advisor (via another contact) to look into the management of this property.
By the way, as the other reviewer stated, the shower does not drain. I pulled about 1/2 pound of hair from the drain, and it still didn't work well. Otherwise, apartment A5 is fine (no coffee maker, which was strange). A5 would be very adequate for two persons, but not more.