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I'm a world traveler and I enjoy having guests in my house. I live alone and have no pets. South America born and raised living in the U.S. for 26 yrs and 21 in SF.
Friendly, easy going and respectful of others. Open minded.
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I'm so sad to write this, but after more than a year hosting guests from all over the world, this is going to be my first negative evaluation of a guest.
Communication with Enrique was terrible! Unable to confirm or answer any of my messages asking for the estimated time of arrival in order to prepare the apartment. Before arrival he was pushy and claiming us to repair or install a new washing machine, as the one we had was in a repairshop and due to be repaired by July 26th, just because they needed it. We kindly offered them a free cancellation in case that was so important for them, but he never answered back. Anyway we expected to host them, and were eager to receive Enrique and try to provide them with a superb experience in Madrid.
Day of arrival I was on a holiday trip, so my brother received them in the time frame we'd agreed before but he already called every flat in the storey and our cellphones, but his number was hidden so we cannot call him back. He was angry for not getting an answer, and disrespectful both in person and messages, claiming a lift in the building, constantly complaining about the stairs, even when he already asked before booking and we explained that the building had not lift. It wasn't an easy going person.
We only had two key sets of the apartment, as the door is a protected historic building element and it's not easy to cut a new set, and they claimed both keys so we agreed to deliver the two keysets in order to try to improve their experience and relax the atmosphere. My brother asked them to leave one inside and the other one in the mailbox when they checkout, so we can use one set of keys to open the mailbox and recover the second key set. Actually he did the opposite, they left the mailbox key inside the mailbox, and the other one in the apartment, so we had to break into the mailbox to recover the keys and change the door of the mailbox with a new keylock.
Sometimes things fail or can't be tied together and that is how I define our experience with Enrique. We were fated to not understand each other.
All in all I hope they had a good time in Madrid.