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ประสบการณ์การเช็คอินดีเยี่ยม95% ของผู้เข้าพักเมื่อเร็วๆ นี้ให้คะแนนขั้นตอนการเช็คอินที่พักนี้ 5 ดาว
Enjoy a spacious room in this contemporary townhome in the quiet, centrally located neighborhood of Bankers Hill. The area is great for those visiting the area and is very walkable--just 6 blocks from Balboa Park and 5 blocks to Little Italy.
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This was my first experience with Airbnb, so I wasn’t sure what to expect. Brian was very thorough with his instructions and house rules, and he was super helpful in providing us tips on things to do around the city. Overall, the house was clean and well kept. The room itself is …
Brian's house is lovely-- and there's not much more to say that hasn't already been said. Yes, the airplanes outside are loud (though I never had any issue falling/staying asleep during the night). The house is beautiful and in a great location (very walkable). Brian himself is a…
This was my first solo trip and my first time out on the west coast. My car broke down, my company and I had a huge falling out, and I randomly started my period causing me to bleed through my last pair of panties. On the way to the Airbnb, my boyfriend and I had an almost relati…
Gena First, I wouldn't say that I "chewed you out." When you arrived (letting yourself into my home without ringing the doorbell, which I'd specifically asked you to do when first arriving for check-in), I simply reiterated my request and explained how it can be disconcerting to have a complete stranger walk into my home without warning when I'm there. I continued by telling you that on top of your failure to adhere to a simple basic request, I felt you hadn't given me the most basic courtesy a host should expect, which is giving me a sense of when you planned to arrive, and to reinforce that point, I explained the personal impact of that lack of courtesy to me (e.g. missing my boyfriend's birthday celebration). I was calm and did not raise my voice. I acknowledged the troubles you'd had with your car and said I was sorry you had to experience that and that above all, I was glad that you had arrived safely. It was not the most comfortable message for me to have to deliver to you, but I feel like it's important to communicate this type of feedback to someone personally rather than just saving it for a review because I think it's both more meaningful when delivered personally and gives the guest the opportunity to demonstrate understanding. Your comments also imply that I had some sort of requirement for you to anticipate or foresee your unexpected car troubles. That's not the case at all. The question I had asked was around what time you PLANNED to arrive. I recognize that things don't always go according to plan. Being a frequent traveler myself and having hosted more than 500 guests, I also recognize that people's plans are not always that concrete, even as late as the day before arrival, and that often, the answer to that question is "I don't know or I'm not sure." Clearly I wanted at least a response to that question as I asked it 1) upon confirmation of the reservation, 2) again when I communicated all details you should need for check-in two days prior to scheduled arrival, and 3) after you responded to that message without acknowledging/responding to that particular question the day before your scheduled arrival. Had you simply responded with something like "I'm not sure" then that would've opened the door for me to explain my situation in more detail to say, "I'd like to attend an event that day, but doing so would mean your room wouldn't be ready for check-in until about 5 p.m. If you arrive sooner, you are more than welcome to come drop bags, etc. Will that be okay?" to which you could have either replied, "Yes, that's fine because I may not get there before then anyway," or "I'd actually like it to be ready by 2, if possible, because I'll have a long drive from LA and I want to have time to lie down for a bit and shower before having to be somewhere at 7." In the latter case, I would've been fine with skipping my event to accommodate your needs. However, your complete lack of response caused me to have to skip my event to have things ready for you at a reasonable time when it was completely unnecessary to do so. I have to say that I struggled a bit with writing the review for you. You're not the first guest to fail to communicate/adhere to this instruction. In fact, it happened just a few weeks ago with another guest, although not quite as extreme because my plans weren't impacted, so I'd only asked her twice when she was arriving. Her response to my feedback was one of complete understanding and every communication/action on her part for the remainder of her stay reflected that. As a result, I gave her 5 star ratings across the board. The difference with you was that I got nothing to indicate understanding on your part and for me, the struggle was because I wasn't sure whether it was because you didn't understand or care or that you did and were just too embarrassed to say anything further. The comments in your review, in which you take absolutely no personal responsibility for your failure to communicate and follow basic instructions and your calling me an asshole in the private feedback clearly indicate to me that you accept no personal responsibility for your actions, have learned nothing from this, and will likely not be any better with future hosts. This 100% reinforces my comments in the review I left for you stating that I just don't believe Airbnb is the right forum for you and that I would not recommend you to other hosts.
For me, the main three things I look for in a room are quiet, dark, and cool (temperature). WiFi, cleanliness, and bed comfort are three nice bonuses. For quiet, if you read the other reviews you'll soon find that this room is almost directly under the landing path for the airpor…
I'm an active, professional guy who enjoys traveling the US and the world, and I also enjoy hosting travelers in my home in America's Finest City, San Diego. I travel quite a bit for both business (I have a consulting business focused on call centers) and for fun. In my spare t…
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