- File Size: 2701 KB
- Print Length: 100 pages
- Publication Date: March 4, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XFMP41V
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #621,462 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Airbnb Hell: Travel Nightmares from Hosts & Guests... and how to avoid them! Kindle Edition
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Would you ever surf again even though shark attacks happen? The premise of the book is that things go wrong on Airbnb. That's undoubtedly true. They've gone wrong for me a few times. But to go through the painstaking details of videoing the whole apartment and asking the host annoying questions like 'do you have any bad neighbors?' seem like a big time waster.
Also, outdated. Guests can leave reviews for hosts who cancel their reservations.
The formatting was different throughout the book, some single and some double-spaced, some lines were highlighted for pages.
My favorite part is asking me for a donation at the end....um, didn't I just pay you $5 for a book that delivered no value (I think I highlighted one line, can't remember what though). Also unprofessional to solicit their class-action lawsuit against Airbnb via this book.
There are obviously many other services like VRBO, Home Away, Tripping.com, etc., but as far as I know Airbnb is still the largest, so in some places it's really the only practical option. Thus, a book like this is very useful for those who either already use Airbnb, or are considering it.
I would definitely recommend this quick-read to anyone considering using the Airbnb service as either a Host or a Guest.