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    Điểm nhấn

    • Adding specific house rules and communicating clearly is extra important for Hosts of private rooms

    • For your guests’ safety, ensure private spaces have locks

    If you open your home to guests and host a private room, you’ve probably spent some time thinking about privacy and safety. But have you thought of everything? Add these considerations to your checklist and host guests from all backgrounds with ease.

    Make sure private spaces are private

    It might sound obvious, but it’s really important to give your guests the option to lock their private room and any bathrooms they can access. If the bedroom where your guests sleep doesn’t have a door that locks, add a simple lock to give your guests peace of mind.

    All private rooms with windows should also have curtains or shades, so your guests can relax comfortably. These don’t have to be fancy—any simple window coverings will do, as long as they provide full coverage between your guests and the outside world.

    Be upfront about who’s in the space

    In your listing, clearly share exactly who lives at your house, how many private rooms you offer, and whether there are any Co-Hosts or others who access the space. Once a guest books your space, be sure to message them and let them know if someone else will be at your property while they’re there.

    For example, if you have two private rooms, and each has space for one guest, you can message both guests and let them know if someone else will be in each room. You might say something like, "In the private room next to yours, I'll be hosting a young man from England." Guests will appreciate knowing who’s sharing their space. Of course, please don’t share your guests’ personal information without their consent.

    Provide specific, detailed house rules

    When it comes to shared spaces, clear house rules can keep things calm and make sure everyone’s on the same page. Hosts of private rooms may want to answer the following questions in their house rules:

    • What are your quiet hours?
    • What’s shared and what’s not?
    • What’s your policy about alcohol and drugs?
    • What do your guests need to know about privacy? For example, is it necessary to close window shades at night so other guests can’t see into private spaces?

    For everyone’s safety, behave responsibly

    If you’re welcoming guests into your home, it’s vital to make smart choices, and the same applies to your guests. You might consider adding a note about any alcohol and drug policy in your house rules, and reiterate that sentiment in a note to guests when they book your space, just to make sure everyone’s aware of the rules.

    Clear communication in private messages with easy-to-understand info about what you expect of guests and how you conduct yourself as a Host will help connect you with the right guests for your space. And continuing that conversation with guests once they’re in your space will help them feel at ease—and help to set you up for 5-star reviews.

    Điểm nhấn

    • Adding specific house rules and communicating clearly is extra important for Hosts of private rooms

    • For your guests’ safety, ensure private spaces have locks

    Airbnb
    1 thg 9, 2021
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