คำตอบจาก Ms. Vee:
Really? You're really reaching arent you. You left earlier? WE ONLY WISH! Adrian and her group of 4 was here for 5 miserable long days...the complete length of her stay. Adriana was rude and inconsiderate of others since she couldn't get a private room for her GROUP of 4 while booking last minute (booking for a shared room). She had an 8 year old kid that kept jumping up and down on the bed over another guests head and was salty that the guest asked her kindly if the kid would stop jumping (like a 2 year old). After 11 pm, every guest is asked that if you want to talk at night and stay up all night, there is another floor in the lower level that they can stay up alllll night, watch tv, eat in the 2nd kitchen thats open 24 hours a day and use the SECOND BATHROOM. There are 2 bathrooms in the house...NOT 1. And 15 people? Really? Im not going to even dignify that lie with an answer. On the first day of her arrival, I asked her that if she have ANY problems just to let me know. She never did during her 5 day stay. Instead, every person who encountered them complained to me about them one after another. Her group constantly ate ALL of the breakfast food for breakfast, LUNCH AND DINNER! By the third day, there was nothing for nobody. They took all of the water bottles with them to the parks. Talked all night, not caring if the next person in the room had to go to work. When they FINALLY left, with NO complaints during their stay, they had the nerve to 'complain' by text to me a day later and ask for money back or else they would be writing a bad review. I find it odd that she says the neighborhood is a 'dangerous' area when every review just about comments on how quiet the area is. Unless this is her code word for something else. I would have given them their money back JUST TO NOT COME! We can't always get we want. I like children. However, this (Website hidden by Airbnb) goodness....I can't blame the kid for how she acts...only the parent. My suggestion to Adriana, until that child is grown and you and your family learn basic consideration skills, then I would STRONGLY suggest that you rent a hotel.