Time is money.
There is only so much time in a day.
and yet, if we want to get philosophical then time doesn’t even exist since the time is always now.
Repeating myself is not an efficient use of my time.
I have taken the time to provide a lot of information in my listings.
Provided Information includes; Check In time, Check Out time, Amenities provided, Spaces Guests are allowed to access, House Rules, Self Check In instructions including photos, How many guests the space can hold, Bed Type, If the bathroom is shared, Host interaction with guests, Other things to note, Description of the space, Directions from the airport using public transportation, Parking information, Cancellation policy, pictures of the entire space including room, Internet Network name and Internet password.
I am perplexed with the notion that guests do not prioritize knowing the details of someone’s home you are about to enter. I understand traveling can be stressful. There are a lot of moving parts which means there is a lot of information to keep up with. It doesn’t change the fact that the experience you signed up for is different than checking into a hotel. More is required from you. If you would like to ensure a positive experience for yourself, then familiarize yourself with the rules of the game. 5 Top Things Airbnb Guests Should Do
Please and Thank you.
One thought on “Airbnb Lesson for the week: When asking for already provided information – expect to be pointed in that direction.”