2. Tourist Cubbyholes
Appearing to spend a night in Brooklyn for an only $31? So inexpensive it seems not legal ? Yeah, it was, which can be why New York’s Office of Special Enforcement (aka, the prohibited resort raiding squad) shut down a 950 square foot flat that have been broken up into 8 different rooms. The flat was shut down because there was, ventilation and “no natural light.” Additionally, the OSE said the flat had insufficient means of egress (which is building discussion for “it’s difficult to leave immediately,” which is awful when, you know, fires occur). Sure, voyagers may have just gotten the chance to and a single, low-cost Ikea bed to share 2 toilets but they did get free WiFi, which will be nearly worth the thirty dollars. The moral is, do your homework before making your Airbnb arrangements, particularly when it seems too good to be accurate.