@Marco1436 Marco, your listing is a little strange. You have very beautiful objects to manage, and many of them are rated very low. Perhaps there are a lot of objects and you can not pay full attention to each of them, but Wi-Fi, if it is declared, is an absolute necessity in our time, for me it would be a really serious problem, because I am always at work.
I looked at the listing and the reviews:
The listing is mentioning 1 bedroom with one double bed.
However it says in the text .
This property is 1 minute walk from the beach. Located in Monterosso al Mare, Karinas House offers self-catering accommodation with a balcony and free WiFi. The accommodation is 39 km from Portofino.The apartment is fitted with 2 bedrooms and a fully fitted kitchen with an oven and a fridge. A flat-screen TV is offered.The apartment offers a sun terrace. La Spezia is 15 km from Karinas House. The nearest airport is Genoa Cristoforo Colombo Airport.
Codice CITRA: 011019-LT-0243
This text leads to confusion...
WiFi is not on the amenities (anymore).
But if it was (as the guest also states in her review), then IMO it is an important amenity and many guests would not be pleased if it was not available.
I wondered what percentage the refund is from the original booking, assuming it is not a full refund.
(Your review mentions she demanded 50%, but that was about the "missing bedroom".)
Hello the book was made by the customer on sunset apartment ( apartment with one bedroom ) and not karina house (apartment that has two bedrooms) so 50 % of refund because the wifi does not work is a robbery
@Marco1436 I see you haven't delisted the other apartments even though an hour has passed since you were going to do it immediately.
I can only assume you have realised that a partial refund is fair if a really significant amenity is missing
@Marco1436 Your tone here is extremely rude and aggressive- you say Airbb doesn't care about hosts, but these other hosts are taking time to respond to your post and you disrespect them?
Yes, occasionally there are amenities a host has listed, which for some reason become unavailable before the guest's arrival. In that case, it is up to the host to message the guest before arrival to explain the situation and give the guest a opportunity to cancel, with full refund, if the lack of that amenity isn't acceptable to them. Or to offer some discount or refund if the guest still wants to stay.
To simply have a guest arrive to find that one of the amenities they said were there isn't, and expect them to be okay with that, is quite unprofessional. While Airbnb CS reps often make terrible, unfair decisions, in this case, they were sticking to Airbnb's stated policy and what it would be a reasonable response in most host's minds.
If a guest were to involve Airbnb and demand a refund for something like missing shampoo, I'd consider that very scammy and petty, after all, the guest can just go to the store and buy some shampoo for a couple of bucks, but missing Wifi, when a guest may be dependent on it, isn't the same at all.