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Dynolas
03-15-16, 23:07
Not sure if correct place, but I'm curios on any mongers experience of using Airbnb when traveling and hiring escorts.

Do the host, neighbors, etc. Give issues? Is their cleaning service? And is it better than hotel?

Tomasb
03-16-16, 02:57
This is simple. AIR hosts have a section called House Rules. Under this area will be a list of rules of house. Generally, most hosts on't have restrictions on guests but have seen restrictions even in Bangkok so read this section closely. A few in BKK listings say no prostitutes allowed so it can be non friendly to guests. Is this what you
mean when you refer to escorts?

Under total charges, there can be a line for cleaning. Sometimes, hosts charge for cleaning, sometimes not.

It also depends on host policy if they clean at all or clean after you leave. Its generally not hotel service though.

Don't understand your comment about escorts.


Not sure if correct place, but I'm curios on any mongers experiance of using Airbnb when traveling and hiring escorts.

Do the host, neighbors, etc. Give issues? Is their cleaning service? And is it better than hotel?

Dynolas
03-16-16, 14:05
Escorts as in incall prositutes and or massage service as well.

Does the host pop in occasionally or complete privacy? Since it be akward having prostitute in house while host also their

Sympalogy
03-16-16, 15:05
Escorts as in incall prositutes and or massage service as well.

Does the host pop in occasionally or complete privacy? Since it be akward having prostitute in house while host also theirI never had the host pop in, if they need something, they normally will schedule an appointment.

I also always message the host and let him know I am going to have some visitor girlfriends. Some will be ok with it asking you to be discreet even if they say: No prostitution, in the house rules. I mean can they REALLY know whether it's a prostitute or whether you have more than 1 girlfriend?

No, their cleaning is not better than a hotel. In most, I had to do the cleaning myself or pay for a maid to come.

I don't choose the cheapest places, so in most cases I never have seen the neighbors, so there was no issue with that.

Make sure you check which area you really want to stay in, because houses are all over, and some are in better locations for our hobby than others.

I like to have an apartment because it's normally bigger than a hotel room and often cheaper, because the girls can cook for me so I get homemade food, because I can bring 2 girls at the same time with no problem, because I can give some cigarette packs to the guard so he makes the process smoother and might even bend the rules while in hotel receptions it might not be so easy, and because I can experience the city where I travel like a real inhabitant.

Also read the Airbnb reviews carefully, they are important. Even if they are positive, they might warn you about things like noise in the morning or low pressure showers etc.

Tomasb
03-16-16, 16:14
Yes. All you say is accurate. Also, sometimes hosts either show their house or condo in an inaccurate location on the map. I just found this out with a condo in Pattaya, which said it was located by the map icon near Walking Street and beach but was in fact located in Jomtien beach area. This is not where most mongerers would not want to stay.

I never tell my hosts what I am up to. Better to ask forgiveness than permission I always say.

Finally, make sure you are not sharing the apartment with the host. There is a separate category for this type if rental, which is invariably always cheaper but with an obvious downside.

Also, many smaller hotels list their rooms on the site, which defeats the purpose of staying in private accommodations. So review the photos and description carefully.

LoveItHere69
03-14-17, 23:20
Focus on "entire house" but "private room" may be an option if they are free spirited and do not care, or have an outside private entrance so you do not have to walk the girl through the house. I saw this on airbnb but very sadly could not go and it was promptly taken down because of do-gooders.

For you that are non-members (no pix) under "House Rules" it stated "We would like you to be sympathetic, respectful, smiley, and if possible naughty and kinky. Under "Meet Your Host" it stated "We're a libertine couple and we'd like to meet with some couples who have the same profile all around the world. Single straight guys or single bisexual girls are welcome for a threesome.

Christian G
03-15-17, 10:49
I used Airbnb in Thailand and Japan. In Thailand I rented a private apartment in Pattaya, no problem to take girls back to my room, cleaning service once a week included.

In Japan in my first trip in Tokyo I rented a private room in a shared apartment, so here can't have guest with me. In my second trip (I traveled with a friend) and we rented a private apartment with 2 bedrooms in Tokyo and Osaka, and no problem to have guest (rules of the houses said "no guest allowed" but no one controlled). In Japan I never had cleaning service.

The hosts never pop in and never distrub me. All have a great wifi. About the review, I found the review about my apartments in Japan too kindly, so not too reliable.

IMHO private apartment is way than hotel.

JohnDoe9021
04-26-17, 18:17
AirBNB for Moscow and SPB. Both times I picked locations near metro stops, and where the building had not doorman. I did not have any issues having women come to my place. I had a harder time finding English speaking providers. I also used AirBNB in Ireland, but only visited providers never had any come to my place. In my exp, going to the women provided much higher quality, over having them come to me. Also unless you have used that provider before expect some not great when you open the door. I have had to send a few away.

When looking for a good AirBNB here is how I look.

1. Location to Metro.

2. What floor.

3. Is there a lift.

4. Doorman / Security.

5. Google street view to see what is around the door entrance, checking for anything that might make it uncomfortable for me.

6. Read reviews to make sure the owner does not live in the same building.

7. Lock box for key is nice.