Hanna arrive at my house almost 2 hours later then she was suppose to. She did not announce this in advance, she did not answer the phone. We announced her on airbnb that my father waits for her at the apartment and we also gave her my father phone to coordinate. My father, a 72 years old, understood the hour of Hanna arrival wrong so we told Hanna to hurry up. In total, she spoke with me and my husband (2 messages) and my father (1 message). All of us apologized for misunderstanding. And that was it. An exchange of 3 messages. I think Hanna does not understand the basic of Airbnb, the fact that interaction with hosts is normal, natural and wanted. That is the difference between staying at a hotel and staying in someone house. She never apologise for getting late to my apartment and not informing us that she will be late. I am so sorry that when I wrote the review I said that I recommend this guest. I do not recommend to host this kind of people.
When I saw what she said- "we had to communicate with too many people until we get everything right which at some point makes things complicated"-I realise that this kind of people are just looking for bargains and to stay for less money in other people houses and nothing more. They do not want to meet the local, to understand the local culture. They do not respect the fact that you are opening your house and live for them.
They are annoyed by the fact that they have to communicate with you.