To review your experience, we ask you to attribute a certain number of stars (from lowest (1 star) to highest (5 stars)) to 3 categories. The definition of the number of stars is the following:
- 1 star: a very poor experience.
It suggests that your host or guest had significant issues during the exchange, such as major problems with the home, unresponsiveness, or a lack of communication. It indicates a highly dissatisfactory experience and may indicate serious shortcomings or problems with the exchange.
- 2 stars: a below-average experience.
It suggests that there were noticeable issues or areas for improvement in the home or the host/guest behavior. There may have been some problems or concerns that affected the overall experience but were not severe enough to warrant the lowest rating.
- 3 stars: a good experience.
It suggests that the exchange was good but not exceptional. It indicates that the home and/or the host/guest behavior met the expectations, but there were no standout positive or negative aspects. It signifies a moderate level of satisfaction.
- 4 stars: a very good experience.
It suggests that the home and/or the host/guest behavior were above average and exceeded expectations in many aspects. There might have been some minor areas for improvement, but overall, it was a positive and enjoyable experience.
- 5 stars: an excellent experience.
It indicates that the home and/or the host/guest behavior were exceptional, meeting or surpassing all expectations. The host or guest went above and beyond to provide an outstanding experience, and everything was in excellent condition. It signifies a high level of satisfaction and a strong recommendation.
Remember that in addition to star ratings, you can also leave a comment to express your experience in more detail.