People use your stuff without asking. Airbnb: What is the reason guests use host’s personal things without asking?
People are loud. Loud talkers. Loud TV watchers. Loud walkers.
People keep erratic schedules. Which type of Airbnb is right for you? Shared Room or Private Room or Entire Place.
People are dishonest and try to sneak in other people. Airbnb Hell: The Worst Guest I’ve Had To Date.
People have left my property unsecured aka: not locking the front door when leaving the house, giving anyone the ability to walk in at anytime while I am at work and can’t do anything about it. Airbnb Lesson for the week: If you lie about reading the house rules, show up and violate them, then your stay with me will come to an end.
People have burned holes in duvet covers- I even found poop once on one ( they flipped it over so it was a surprise when I pulled the covers back).
People do not read the listing and then access areas not available to them forcing me to lock them up and label everything. Then some people complain about the labels. Airbnb Observation: I’ve decided if you do not like these signs then you do not like communication.
People don’t read the labels and throw the trash in the recyling. People recycle things that aren’t recyclable.
People create more work for me by not acting with mindfulness and awareness.
People are unwilling to help themselves.
People say they read the rules and then show up and don’t abide by them. Then when it’s time to be accountable they cancel the reservation and decline the request for payment. Airbnb: These are my House Rules. Do you think they are reasonable?
People show up with more people than in their reservation. 5 Top Things Airbnb Guests Should Do
People plan poorly. They don’t have time to clean up after themselves. They pack at 3:00 a.m. right before their flight. They wake up 10 minutes before check out time and barely have enough time to brush their teeth.
People don’t respect the check out time and require being rushed out. Airbnb: Respect the Check Out Time!
People think they can pay their way out of things. The “Hotel Mindset” won’t serve you well when using Airbnb.
People are allowed to leave a review even if they cancel their reservation. Let’s take a side bet on how many of those are going to be positive. Airbnb: Guests who cancel their reservation can still leave a review. How is that reasonable?