I don't have any useful advice because I don't think anyone in their right mind would mess around with @Olga464 !
But yes, all that one can do in this situation is refuse the additional guests, and make clear that if the person who booked a room for 1 does not wish to stay there alone, he will have to cancel his booking as per the terms of your Cancellation Policy.
I'd also block the number of the pushy girlfriend and correspond only on Airbnb.
@Branka-and-Silvia0 there was A COLLEGUE of the girl, who booked a business trip for her, a potential boyfriend. Yes, people are using my place to hide from other people)))) Because of the list of rules on 11 pages. I's rather a RESQUE List of rules.
Hi @Olga464 ,
nothing remarcable what happened to You if You compare it to other incidents that happen on airbnb. Ok, Your guest tried to sneak in 1 ½ extra people. Here's a case where a guest booked for 4 people and showed up with 200.
And here's a case where gangsters had a shooting in the hosts listing and left 42 bulletholes in the walls.
Compared to these cases what happened to You isn't a big deal really. In the end Your guest didn't sneak in anybody and guns weren't involved at all.
My advise to You: On the day You write Your review get up in the morning, make Yourself a nice cup of coffee and a breakfast egg. If the egg is to Your liking, leave Your guest a good review. If You egg got a little too hard, leave him a bad review.
I know that has nothing to do with the stay of Your guest, but that's how guests often rate us. Why should we do it any different?
@Ute42 I'm surprised to hear the "cheer up, at least it's not Auschwitz" argument coming from someone who extensively campaigned about Airbnb's rating system while likening it to the torture and unlawful detention of prisoners at Guantánamo. https://community.withairbnb.com/t5/Host-Circle/Guantanamo/m-p/754920
Should we just start linking those two examples in response to everyone who has a less extreme issue?