How do reviews work?
All the reviews on Airbnb are written by hosts and travelers from our community, so any review you see is based on a completed stay that a guest had in a host’s listing.
Writing a review
To leave a review for a recent trip, click on the reminder in the Alerts section of your dashboard, or go to Edit Profile > Reviews > Reviews By You. They are limited to 500 words and must follow Airbnb's review guidelines. It's important that you don't leave personally identifiable information in a review, like a person's last name or address.
Editing a review
After writing a review, if your host or guest didn't complete their review yet, you can edit your review for up to 48 hours, or until your host or guest completes their review. You can edit a review at Edit Profile > Reviews > Reviews by You > Edit.
To see your review history, go to Edit Profile > Reviews. You'll see past Reviews About You and Reviews By You. Among the Reviews About You, you'll also see any Private Feedback that people have left you. This is also where you can also leave a public response to a review you've received within the past 2 weeks.
In addition to written reviews, the guests who stay in a listing can submit a primary star rating and a set of category star ratings. The number of stars displayed at the top of a listing page is an aggregate of the primary scores guests have given for that listing. At the bottom of a listing page there's an aggeregate for each category rating. A host needs to receive star ratings from at least 3 guests before their aggregate score appears.