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Not sure which country you are in but we are in Australia and we purchased ours from the Good Guys.
You will need to check which size screen you need depending on the size of your room, etc.,
There iss a formula that you can use.
We are a small B & B as well. We have not had anyone want to check in at that hour. We would probably go to bed and set an alarm if we accepted the booking.
We want to meet all of our guests so we do not have self check in either.
We find most people do not arrive at the time they state anyway.
2.00am to 3.00am is not a check in time that you would expect to have to deal with.
It is great to read all of the comments above, gives me more information as to what happens in this world of accommodation supplier!
We have a smart tv in each room. We allow guests to access our Netflix account. We have not had any issues at all. Guests seem to really appreciate having access to Netflix.
(I like Netflix too).
Yes David, I am beginning to understand re booking.com and the weightedness of the reviews towards guests.
Do you think if all of the hosts kept writing to booking.com on this subject it might get them to re- think about their values?
I am going to keep writing to them on this subject as I think it very unfair.
I am a new comer to this whole booking.com arrangement with our new B n B.
Obviously I am not the only one who thinks this then - obviously falling on "deaf ears" at booking.com.
You would think that booking.com would like to be considered as a reputable, respected identity with integrity. Standing up and stating that no reviews will be posted unless accompanied by a name would definitely give them credibility and also give the reviews more weight and value.
I am sure that my latest review was from a booker whose booking was cancelled, but booking.com had it still listed for a few days without cancelling.
As a sort of "repayment" they have gone through and provided a 2.5 score on everything with no comment.
All my other reviews are above 9 - so something must indicate that the review it does not add up?
(just a disgruntled person having a go).
Thanks again Gus - I will keep sending booking.com my e-mails re this anyway.
The Willows B n B.
I was wondering if anyone else has an issue with the "anonymous" guest reviewer?
I have written to booking.com, requesting that "anonymous no comment" reviews should not be published.
After all if you have something to comment on or give feedback, surely you should be bold enough to add your name?
As a host we have no right of reply to these "guests" yet they have all of our contact details and the address of our establishment.
I cannot see any value in these reviews from either angle.