I live in a historic 2 story Polish flat built in the early 1900 's that features beautiful bay windows, hardwood floors, hotel quality mattresses & vintage furniture. It's a spacious, gorgeously day-lit apartment that is very comfy and welcoming.
Cons:It was so very cold even with both the furnaces on. The dishes and the microwave were filthy the fans had a lot of dust clinging to it. The fridge didn’t make water or ice. There was mold on the shower curtain and the tub wouldn’t drain because of the huge hair ball in it. A…
Bottom line, you're new to AirBnb and you expect hotel service. Airbnb is not that. If you want concierge service. Get a hotel. I'm going to try & be as positive as I can be especially after receiving the worst review I have in the history of my Airbnb. This reviews was so negative and all because I WAS going above & beyond to bring you a TV and you didn't like that I politely pointed that out. The TV was working fine. My rental comes with a working TV. If you want to hook up an XBox, you should ask. If my rental listed TV for gaming that would be one thing. But it doesn't. You should always ask, even at a hotel. Another thing, I said i would help you with the TV and be up in a few and then you sent me another text 2 minutes later, and then another 2 minutes. I'm a renting a space to you that doesn't make you my boss, the text seemed like you were snapping your fingers because i wasn't there to fast enough. Again, I'm sharing my home with you. I saw the heaters, they were set to 3, both. One heater, The Chicago Siegler would be enough to heat the whole apartment. It's like 90,000 BTU. All you had to do was move the dial up as I mentioned to you multiple times when I met you. Curtain had water stains and has been replaced. No mold, though. Yes, the fridge is not hooked up to water. But it is a brand new SS GE fridge. I checked the microwave and it was fine. Couldn't check the dishes since you left the kitchen sink full of dirty dishes. FYI, most guests know that we as hosts are sharing our space, so i'd say 99% of guests wash their dishes. You payed 100 bucks a night for 6 guests. You couldn't stay at a cheap dirty motel for 100 bucks for 6 people in Chicago. You stayed in a beautiful 3 bdrm with 100 year old maple floors that is in a Historic Chicago Greystone. Doesn't even compare.