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ผู้เข้าพัก 2 คน
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ผู้เข้าพัก 2 คน
1 ห้องนอน
1 เตียง
ห้องน้ำรวม 1 ห้อง

This room has two windows a cherry wood queen-sized sleigh bed, dresser, a small desk, a television, night stand, and a ceiling fan. It is directly attached to the bathroom which has a large walk-in closet for use. It's the second largest bedroom in the house.

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โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Chris
Chris
กุมภาพันธ์ 2018
Danielle is awesome! Her place is very well maintained and it is accurately described in the listing.
โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Joseph
Joseph
พฤศจิกายน 2017
Danielle was very nice and the room was perfect. Very clean and comfortable.
โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Madison
Madison
กรกฎาคม 2017
I was at Danielle's for 2 months (about 9 weeks). Danielle is high maintenance. You can never do enough to make her happy or satisfied. Even the Airbnb staff agreed with me when I spoke to them. I cleaned (swept, wiped the stove off, cleaned dishes, etc) every day once I got off …
โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Danielle
คำตอบจาก Danielle:
I don't even have time to go back and forth with Madison about this and its VERY disheartening to hear that Airbnb would bad talk me so poorly after having been a host for so long. This was my very first time reporting damages to Airbnb and to see that you are putting it out there like I'm sort of high maintenance freak it quite sad to say the least. Madison you never even had Clyde in an Airbnb listing until my home, so you can't say "that other hosts" never had any issues as you did in the rebuttal on your page. That huge amount was the actual cost of the exact same bed and a similar comforter that matched the colors of the room. I priced everything out and put it out there clear as day. If you really want to see my receipts, I will gladly share them because all I did this spend money trying to get the place back together. They also never got to receive my pictures of the damages because I've been working 24/7 and hadn't been able to send it to them, but see for yourself dear. Here you go: (Website hidden by Airbnb) I requested that you move out early so I could replace the furniture and because I didn't want to burden my new co-host with having to handle such a hefty reset. It wasn't because I didn't trust her. I didn't even charge you for the incidentals like shipping, the cost I paid to have it assembled, the fee for taking the damaged furniture to the land field, the carpet cleaning, a replacement toilet brush (your dog chewed that too), and new sheets. I just asked for the bed and the comforter. I'm surprised the bed still stood after I saw how he had chewed on the wooden beams underneath it too. The other guest staying with us had a similar issue but her dog didn't chew up my furniture. She and I also came to an agreement to include the replacement cost and an additional week of her staying there (for a quarter of the rate). At least she was mature about the situation and negotiated. You on the other hand totally bailed and chucked up the deuces forcing me to go through Airbnb to make a claim. All I asked you to do was replace the bed and comforter. Yes, I may have seen your dog on the bed at times during your stay, but as my guest, I wasn't going to storm in the room and tell you how to live in it. That was up to you. What the guests do in the listing is their business. However, I always do an inspection toward the end just to ensure that there aren't any damages. I've been doing this for years and even before Airbnb came along, my tenants had to do the same thing with a year lease. It's standard operating procedures for property managers Madison. You're too young to understand that I guess. In regards to the A/C I had it set to 70 on my phone. It adjusts depending on the status of the alarm and that's the only reason why it changed. When you informed me of the temperature I manually went in and reset it to a lower temperature but you could have done that yourself. So no, I was not trying to burn you up. That "intense security system" is also the very same one that partners with Airbnb that allows for guests to receive door codes. It's called Vivant. They've been a great company thus far and the system was a lot better than the one I had when you first arrived. That's why I made the switch during your stay. You were in the house when the installments were made so don't act like you didn't know cameras were being installed. Upgrading to a smart system from the older one was for the sake of safety and easier access for Airbnb guests, not to spy. I do get notifications if the doorbell is rung though, so just incase it's not answered, I can at least see what's needed. So the alarm system is not crazy. It works very well, and if you had just a little more situational awareness you wouldn't have had to worry about walking out when it was armed and continually setting it off. If you think I'm high maintenance, oh well. All of my previous guests were all very clean. I've had dog trainers, people with cats, medical students and all of them have been mature and communicated well. Fortunately, their pets were actually what they said they were..."trained." Yours unfortunately was not. The rep you spoke with from Airbnb may have laughed regarding the cost I requested for damages, but that's because she doesn't know what I put into my listing. It's not just a property to me. It's my home and I like my things to remain in good condition. Hence why I just had a new roof and skylights installed and a brand new retaining wall in the yard. That's necessary in order to keep up a house. Most hosts do have house rules and you said you fully understood them before moving in. If they were too much for you, then I'm sorry. All you had to do was request to leave if you were that miserable. I wasn't even there most of the time, so when I came home after being away for days or weeks and noticed the floors hadn't been swept, or the counters had gunk on them, of course I was going to clean. I don't keep a nasty house and I darn sure don't appreciate coming home to multiple flies flying around because guests leave the doors open all the time from coming in and out. I can't say it was you all the time because another guest did move in during your stay, but you seemed to be fine until I discovered the damages. The sad part is that I would have never known if I hadn't inspected the room. You even admitted that you weren't sure how to tell me but that you knew it was bad. You turned beet red when I brought it up. You didn't have to be fearful. I understand things happen, but that's the kind of things you should always disclose to hosts. I can't say much more though. You win some and you lose some and to have my first horrible guest experience out of many years of hosting isn't that bad. Just be more cognizant when using this service. Airbnb is great, but when you are requesting to stay in someone's home, they're making it available to you and expect you to do your part as a guests and take care of it; not damage things, throw things away because you don't want to clean it, and then bail on them. You have got to grow up Madison. We discussed the replacement of the bed long before I officially got Airbnb involved. Somehow you allowed "fear" get in the way of simply picking up the phone to ask or negotiate with me on terms we both could agree on. That's a very sorry excuse. I wish you the best in your endeavors. I just hope your future hosts make it very clear what's expected of you and Clyde or else you will deal with this type of issue again.
กรกฎาคม 2017
โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Michael
Michael
เมษายน 2017
Danielle and her home was exactly what she said it would be. I enjoyed a quiet and peaceful stay in the back sleigh-bed room and my month stay was tremendous. Danielle's busy work schedule complimented mine as we rarely saw each other do to our working long days. However, she …
โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Ashish
Ashish
ตุลาคม 2016
Danielle is a wonderful individual who really cares about her guests. She provides exceptional service along with a comfortable and clean atmosphere. My stay at Danielle's home was a great experience and I highly recommend it!
โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Stella
Stella
มีนาคม 2015
My fiancé and I really needed a comfortable, clean, and safe place to stay on such short notice. Danielle was very kind enough to open up her home to us. Our first weekend there she invited us to play a great game called Cashflow. We also had the chance to meet her friends and it…
โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Shaheen
Shaheen
มกราคม 2015
Danielle, was a great host. She is super freindly and outgoing and really tends to any concerns you may have. The house is nice and cozy, and the bedroom was great! as a rotating medical student it is often hard to find places to live that feel homie and comfortable, especially i…
โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Danielle
คำตอบจาก Danielle:
Unfortunately, Shaheen just happened to be the one in few guests that had the most random experience. Gunshots and firecrackers during the New Year aren't surprising but the random SWAT standoff was. In the neighborhood next to mine, some mentally disturbed man apparently barricaded himself inside his home during a domestic dispute and decided he wasn't going out without a fight. Well, our lovely police force handled it for him and decided to end the dispute themselves. The SWAT snipers took him out and he is no longer around to the tell the story. Unfortunately, that just so happened to be the day her husband arrived to visit her. I knew something was wrong and way out of the ordinary as soon as Shaheen contacted me to ask me if gunshots were normal. Though they weren't normal, I don't blame her for her worrying. I got her in contact with my a few of my neighbors to make sure she and her husband stayed in the loop with what was going on. I'm just glad they were not injured and that the incident was settled. I'm just sorry I wasn't able to take you and your roommate out upon your first night of arrival like I've done with previous guests. I try to take guests out showing them the easiest and fastest ways to get to their destinations and downtown. I had a baby and was recovering from delivery during their stay though so I was not home and not as readily able to show them around. Traffic in Atlanta does suck though. It was still a pleasure having you Shaheen. All the best with finishing your studies. I'll check into a faster internet speed. Using Clear doesn't seem to be a viable option anymore. Thanks!
มกราคม 2015

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เดคาเทอร์, จอร์เจีย, สหรัฐอเมริกาเข้าร่วมตั้งแต่ พฤษภาคม 2013
โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Danielle
24 รีวิว
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Attention!!! I am currently looking for long-term guests only. Hello! I have lived in Atlanta for over ten years now. I travel quite a bit for work so I'm rarely home. I live in an older neighborhood where I know all of my neighbors. I stay on a quiet cuddle-sac and I love it…
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