Re: Whelp, that's the last time I rent an AirBnB
I was just thinking about the processes involved in managing an Air BnB property - some owners clean houses and wash bedsheets themselves, but many will employ a cleaner and take bed linen to a nearby commercial laundry. Some of these laundries will have their own pick up drop off service. There are processes here where a bit of thought has the potential to make things easier.
Some customers might desire a quirky and interesting property for a weekend, others might just want a simple place to stay where they can easily work out how to operate the shower, the TV and the coffee machine.
It used to be good form if, when staying in a holiday rental, one uses the local shops, cafes and pubs. These days some villagers would rather out of towners stay in their rental property and just have food delivered to their door... does AirBnB act as a portal to local services? Can the AirBnB interface act as a repository of local information left by the property renter?
Dunno. Just musing.