Well, Houston, looks like we have a communication/cultural problem. There was silence on communication prior to arrival and even when trying to arrange logistics. (Said guest actually showed up a day after scheduling; we were notified the day of). Its a good thing we calmly collected our thoughts before responding. And due to nothing good coming from 'he said/she said' public-advert we're refraining from going into the actual experience: restroom, condition of room etc. Like many, AirBnB is used as a stop-gap between finding more permanent roommates/tenants. So as far as privacy concerns, communication was made well in advance that said room would need to be viewed by perspective future tenants; again, to no surprise, no resonse. (We were caught off guard with the condition of the room). As with previous guests' experience you can rest assured we are quite a quiet house and expect the same from our guests. On a final note, unfortunately, given the AirBnB process with reviews /ratings/scoring etc, one is forced to air dirty laundry since said policies leave no alternative. Unfortunately these experiences are sometimes shared in the public realm. It would be nice to resolve these circumstances with AirBnB internally.