Airbnb, was founded in 2008 and quickly became a game-changer in the hospitality game. It is a super popular platform to rent cool and unique vacation homes across the world from regular people, but things don’t always go to plan.
In a Twitter post on Monday, Reid, who goes by @RVAReid on the app, tweeted about why he doesn’t care that much for Airbnb - and was deluged with responses agreeing.
“I personally don’t f**k with AirBnBs like that. They were a good idea in theory. But once they start being priced the same as hotels, it was like what’s the point? And I spend the first 30 minutes every time searching for cameras whenever I go to one,” Reid wrote.
I personally don’t fuck with AirBnBs like that. They were a good idea in theory. But once they start being priced t… https://t.co/pyd2UxuSYt
In a subsequent tweet, he added that he was looking to book a spot in Los Angeles, California, with the reservation being for the entire house, only to realize that the owner was still there making breakfast.
I remember booking an AirBnB in LA and the reservation was def for the entire place. I was in bed and I heard some… https://t.co/ZUbunY6W6O