Fortunately, being a superb guest is relatively easy. Be aware that if you can’t book on Airbnb in the first place because hosts don’t like you, you are stuck.
Many tell us that guests should fill out their profiles with as much detail as possible, including completing verifications of their identity. This helps give a host confidence that you are a real person with nothing to hide.
The rest is common sense: Be communicative and polite, follow the house rules and treat the rental as you would a friend’s home. That’s usually enough to earn you a perfect review from a host.
If you are visiting a foreign country, carefully research that country’s religious beliefs or traditions.
Just be yourself, be nice. This is how the sharing economy works.