I'm very disappointed and astonished by Dillon's commentary. I'm sorry he was disappointed by the place, but apparently he expected a blank and aseptic place like a hotel room. Had he read the description carefully, he would have known that those rooms are my teen daughters' , and that I rent them when they are at their father's. Apparently, they don't know that Airbnb is firstly a sharing system, made for people to share there home. I was very hurt to read that they found the place not clean, and it is simply not true. The cleaning is very well done in the rooms and the bathroom, if ONE hair escaped the cleaning woman, it doesn't mean that he place was unclean as it feels when you read his statement. Of course, these rooms arent repainted every year as they are in an hotel, everything is not new as in an hotel. But everything is clean, the place is cosy, and most people like it, as you can see in other comments. This place is very old (16th century), it is situated in the oldest part of Paris, where the city was founded. So maybe it's not very big, but it has a lot of charm, I think, and is perfectly situated to visit the city. When 4 adults come, I warn them that there is not much space (24 square meters), but I'm very surprised that 2 young people would write such a statement ! Maybe they had only the best and love only aseptic spaces, but then I think they should choose an hotel, and not somebody's home. And they should read the description carefully. I gave them a very good note because honestly I very much dislike noting people. But now that I read the comment they put, I can say honestly that they weren't very sympathetic people (the kind that doesn't say hello very loud and doesn't thank you when you help them with their luggage). The comment makes me feel like they are already old people when so many old people have the enthusiasm of youth! But to prevent this kind of disappointment on both sides, I think maybe Airbnb should make to categories of renting: the empty apartments, and the ones situated in people's homes.