To make your review fairer: as listed in the advert, there's internet in the living room (not in the entire house). As I understand that might be a limitation, I also offer (and offered you) to use my phone as a hotspot. You mentioned you did not need it. There is storage in the room, inside the wardrobe, as advertised. You did not use it, neither did you ask for storage space, as I could have accommodated that. I actually offered to have your bags be placed somewhere else in the house, so you'd have more space in your room but, again, you refused. The room is not advertised as spacious and the pictures are pretty illustrative. Thus, I believe you'll be better off if you read the Airbnb advert better, set your expectations right and talk with your host. Before and during your stay. If your host offers you dinner and for you to join socially, you could at least say 'thank you'. Answer to people when they greet you, would also be nice. Education can't hurt anyone. And don't forget, if you do Airbnb, you're still in a person's home. That space should be respected at all times.