Arman asked 2 months ago

Have you ever used Airbnb? What do you like and dislike about it?

i love Airbnb whether it's those greedy fuckers wrecking the housing market or cute couple renting out their guest room. Gave me some of the best accommodations of my life for cheaper than a crappy motel. If I was less socially anxious I would like the opp

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No. Like everything else to do with the gig economy, what’s billed as a fun way for the average Joe to make a few extra bucks has been turned into a giant, unregulated money-making exercise that ends up adversely affecting the people it was supposedly to b

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Penelope

Yes, a couple of times. It's a lot of fun w friends if you venture off somewhere new. way better than a hotel because y'all can cook and the houses obviously have more variety than a hotel room.

dislike? Not a fan of big houses where you're sharing the ho

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They had to put us in a different place at the last minute because the one we reserved had a "water leak" and the place we ended up with was in the shittiest neighborhood I've ever seen in my life...and I live near LA and Long Beach. The neighbors had a re

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Pawesome

Nah, I laying up in a stranger's house is just a bit too cozy for me, I don't care if it's the summer house they hardly ever stay in or the property they bought in the city to use just for AirBnB (and screw with rental markets but that's another rant for

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Yes. I was apprehensive at first, as it seemed like you're just crashing is some random's house, but they make special guest rooms or rent out furnished condos specifically for AirBNB so it's not so bad. I actually prefer them to a traditional hotel as you

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Not yet but I think I'm using one next month.

Pandy

Never used that. The name is misleading at best. There are no B&Bs on offer that float in the air and there are no breakfasts either. It's mostly and simply flats that their owners offer for10 times the rates they pay monthly. The bulk of it nowadays are n

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