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So I've got a few questions regarding a trip I'm on. I'm travelling with a friend of mine, she has her own Airbnb account.

Two situations:

Prague I made the booking on my Airbnb account, but we both stayed in the same place.

Vienna My friend made the booking earlier, but for various reasons, she decided to stay in Prague. Both the host and me were okay with just me going, and I had a wonderful time.

Questions:

  1. The review left by my Prague host was for me only. Is there a way my friend could get a review by my Prague host?
  2. The Vienna host was amazing, and I'd like to leave her a great review, and more importantly, my Airbnb account is pretty new so I'd love to get a review in return from her. But her review request is connected to my friend, not me. Is there a way my Vienna host and I can exchange reviews?
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    So you want a review for someone that didn't use the host's Airbnb? Why? That is a bit dishonest and I kind of hope the host doesn't give you a false review. – insidesin Sep 15 '15 at 13:38
  • @JonathanReez Airbnb is most certainly a travel topic and we have plenty of questions about it. Also, why would you answer a question you want to close...? – jpatokal Sep 15 '15 at 13:41
  • @insidesin The friend did stay at the Prague Airbnb property, it's just that the booking was under Ash's name and not hers. – jpatokal Sep 15 '15 at 13:42
  • @jpatokal this question was closed as well: travel.stackexchange.com/questions/46188/…, so I assumed this one is off-topic. – JonathanReez Sep 15 '15 at 13:44
  • @jpatokal close vote retracted – JonathanReez Sep 15 '15 at 13:46
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  1. Go to https://www.airbnb.com/users/references

  2. Add your host's email address

  3. Click on 'Send request emails'

  4. Your host can now write you a reference.

  5. Have the host do the same in reverse to leave a review for your friend

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Alternatively you can add them on Facebook and click on the 'Request' button in the AirBnb Friends section.

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