My place is close to parks, art and culture, great views, restaurants and dining, and the beach. My place is good for solo adventurers and business travelers.
Steve is a nice guy, so I will give him that, but when you are about to receive a guest into your home there are some basic hotel type things that need to be done first. Steve's guest room included a bed that was slovenly made or looked like it had been once slept in and then quickly covered again. It wasn't until I was on my way into the area that Steve informed my that the bathroom had flooded and was being worked on to clean it up for my stay. This was nice, but a bit late. Upon arrival and meeting Steve, I quickly found that he had either not received (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) payment confirmation or had not checked his Airbnb inbox to see that payment was received. I explained a bit of how the service works by only giving out a hosts address after payment confirmation has been received. On Saturday morning I was woken up by the constant barking of the small dog of a friend of Steve's at 4:35am. Shortly thereafter I heard loud hammering of nails coming from the living room, only about 10 feet away from the bedroom. Steve was working on home improvements. This is actually been my first unpleasant Airbnb experience. I simply do not want any other guest to have to experience this.
Jeremy not a good guest he left. Forks and knives in the guestroom I had to pick up after him the tub was a mess he did not ever clean it after. he would show up late, after nine or 10 PM which most guests probably check in and say like three for this guy had no sense of consideration