This host is currently seeking $2450 in damages from me and had me check out a month early (with 24 hour notice) for getting water on a bathroom floor. Yes, really.
I won't go into all the details here, but essentially, the shower/tub is a handheld telephone-style spray nozzle, not a real shower -- you have to hold it the whole time. I received no instructions on how to use it. The floors are wooden and in no way waterproofed (as I learned) -- I made a literal one-minute mistake where I turned on the water, got ready to shower, turned back and saw that water got on the floor. I immediately tried to mop it up, but all it took was this short amount of time for water to leak into the floor and the ceiling of the room below, causing apparently major damage. Giulietta is asking for $2450 from me for what I really feel was an accident waiting to happen with this combination of non-standard shower, totally vulnerable floors and zero communication. If you do stay here, the trick is to put the step stool in the tub and sit on that (which she told me after the incident).
I am a very conscientious person who has never had any issue like this before. I was walking on eggshells while in her home and felt deeply uncomfortable. We are in the Resolution Center process through AirBnb and she has characterized me as irresponsible and disrespectful when this was really an unfortunate but highly predictable and preventable accident. It is difficult to fathom that a minute's worth of water being on a floor could result in this level of damage, and if a house is this vulnerable, one would think the host would take precautions. She also turned off the water in the bathroom and I had to discuss it with her to get it back on and told me I was not allowed to shower in the 24 hour period before I had to leave.
I suppose you're fine to stay with Guilietta if you plan to keep a very low profile and, of course, if you know the trick to the shower. You do have to ask for what you need, she doesn't orient you or give you any information (i.e., I had to ask for the WiFi password, for how to access/use the laundry, etc.). Only one other review on here seems to be for her/this property, the rest seem to be for Dave (don't know who that is) and a different place. Note that the neighborhood isn't really Glen Park, it's more Excelsior and off of Mission Street. The house is beautiful and has lots of interesting art.