I am not sure if the location we stayed at is the one that everyone else is reviewing...when we went to the address listed, we were met by her mother and directed to another location. The room (and building) I stayed in was not the same one pictured. The small room had mirrors for the closet door, which would not stay on it's track or close, damage to the ceiling around the vent, and damage to the wall behind the door. The light switch did not turn anything on or off - the lights are operated on the fan. There was also a small lamp on the side table. However, the location was as described - it is directly across from the entrance to Universal. It was basically a 3-5 minute drive each day straight into the park. One bath towel per person was provided. Whitney was accommodating and provided us with a second mattress (to place directly on the floor) so that my sister and I could stay in the room without having to share the bed. The mattresses were a medium density foam, so if you are not used to that, the bed may take some getting used to. I believe Whitney's room has a separate entrance to/from the building, but her room is immediately across, and the walls are thin. One evening, we were awoken by loud music coming from her room. We did not use the kitchen at all, as it was very cramped and messy. We opted to eat cereal bars on the way to the parks.
All in all, it was a decent experience. The best thing is that it was quick to get to the parks. It worked as a base and a place to sleep. I am not sure I will do an Airbnb for an extended stay in Florida again though, as standards can vary so much between hosts and guests, and I can get access to a timeshare fairly easily. It was not a very comfortable experience for me, but maybe my expectations were unrealistic. The location to Universal cannot get any better, though, unless you stay onsite.