Thank you for the review, Juan! Unfortunately, I had to leave Moscow during your arrival and my neighbor met you. In Russia, only few people speak English, and I found only a schoolgirl of 16 years, Alla. She may not have been able to tell you clearly how to get there. Suddenly she was locked in the hall because the door wouldn't open, and she called the concierge, and they tried to open the door together. This was the first time, and no one could have imagined this. Anyway Alla wouldn't have been able to break down the door to let you come in earlier. I'm sorry about this situation, but I don't see my or Alla's fault in it.
I asked Alla to clean the room for you, and maybe she couldn't do it well enough. Especially given the fact that in the summer the dust flies in the open windows, and you opened the window wide, and you opened the window without a grid, although it was necessary to open the window with a grid, if you want less dust and poplar fluff. Besides, I don't understand why you didn't ask me to clean the room when I arrive next day after your arrival here. I would have easily done it at your request. I believe that in this case you and I have equal responsibility for the situation.
As for the mess in the corridor, I think that everyone has different ideas about order and disorder. I live here in the apartment, and there are my things. It is a fact. In my opinion, I have a sufficient order, and it suits many people.
As for the beds, it's hard for me to comment because I didn't see what was going on when you arrive. Maybe some kind of mess could have come from previous tenants, and Alla couldn't handle it.
As for" far from the historical center " - this is easy to find out in advance by looking at the map of Moscow, and here you are responsible for what you did not have a look, if it is important for you. Or you could ask me in advance how far my flat from the Center. I have never written that the house is in the Center. I just want to note that Moscow is a very huge and expensive city, and housing in the historic center is much more expensive, especially during the events. Choose more carefully next time.
Yes, I allowed guests to arrive in the morning as they were tired after moving. I talked to you about this situation in advance, and you agreed. No one kicked you out, even though you came out later than the time that we agreed in advance. No one pressured you. Of course, I have only one bathroom, and sometimes you need to wait a bit when it is available, as well as we waited for you when it was necessary. I don't have a pre-set time of arrival and departure, I always try to meet the guests. We made an agreement with you in advance, you got extra keys and could plan your day. You are responsible for this situation, in my opinion, and no one interfered with you, and all tried to meet your needs.
Briefly, I regret that my neighbour-schoolgirl was not very successful with meeting you and possibly not well prepared the room.
But I am outraged by your claims, many of which you could have prevented by yourself and/or be satisfied by just asking me.
Nevertheless, I wish you all the best, and I hope that the other hosts will be careful with such a guest who expects the fulfillment of his needs without telling their to host.