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But that's not always the case Sandra, so I don't want to stop the last minute genuine bookers, for the sake of a few horrible ones.
Yep, it would only be available to other hosts to see. We type in the name on a search and it would come up with any reviews about that guest, then we could decide to cancel their booking. AirBnB do it so don't know why Booking.com can't do the same.
I do exactly the same thing. Anyone booking from my own town and usually a day or two before always is suspicious as the bookings previously have ended with me throwing the guest out as they seem to think my little apartment is good to invite 20 friends over for a party. Some have been genuine but the majority have not. But what can you do? There is no way to find out that's why I think we, as hosts, should be able to review the guests to warn other hosts if there are problems.