Airbnb Host Tips and Advice - 12 worst hosting mistakes that will give you bad reviews

Hosting on Airbnb – Airbnb Host Tips and Advice – 12 worst hosting mistakes that will give you bad reviews


Airbnb Host Tips and Advice – 12 worst hosting mistakes that will give you bad reviews

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Airbnb Host Tips and Advice – 12 worst hosting mistakes that will give you bad reviews

25 thoughts on “Hosting on Airbnb – Airbnb Host Tips and Advice – 12 worst hosting mistakes that will give you bad reviews

  1. You are telling obvious things don't be dirty don't be mean to your guests etc… ok what to do if I have 5/5 apartment and in perfect location etc… and Im not getting booking unless I make the price lower than 3 star hostels

  2. I think it is ridiculous to assume that I will answer a question right away! Requests should be answered within a few hours depending on the timing of the question, like after 9:00 local.

  3. Thank you. I would like to debate the signed contracts and ID. First, there are some countries where passport ID is required/mandatory for all guests. Secondly, there are some areas where there is high crime and gang activity and the police even advise hosts to take ID and have a signed contract. The platform has created a fantastic opportunity for homeowners but the host guarantee takes a long time to resolve and why go there if you can implement practices to protect your property?

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  5. I do not agree about not entering the guest's room. There are occasions when this is necessary. As I left the house I saw that the guest's window was left open. I went up to the room and locked the window. My house, valuables etc would not have been insured and the Guest's belongings also. It is my house and I feel I should do whatever it takes to make sure that it is not damaged. The guest was not pleased but if they are so irresponsible I do not want them visiting again anyway. I am vigilante to avoid any damage such as wet clothes hung on antique Mahogany wardrobes does not sit well with me and I will enter a room to remove them. Even in a hotel the maid enters the room. I will continue to do this to make sure my belongings are not damaged by irresponsible guests

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