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Honolulu, HI 96791

Found 4 reports:

Bed bugs found during an Airbnb stay on October 12th. The following morning, two other Airbnb guests confirmed one had seen the bugs physically multiple days prior to the booking of my airbnb booking, the other confirmed he was told, then found them on his belongings and he had spoken with the owner/Airbnb host regarding he issue one day prior to my arrival. He was told by the Airbnb owner that the situation would be "dealt with."
I confronted, in person, the airbnb host/home owner in the home

. I was told by him that the reason I was allowed to book while he was already aware of the problem, and was informed, because he could not "pay the bills" without continuing to host guests, and was also told by him, "they (the bed bugs) were not in my room", so I should allow him to get back to his business of looking online and concentrate on "solving the issue".
I asked him why the Airbnb openings for shared and private rooms were still available, and he had no response other than that he had contacted Airbnb himself weeks prior, and was told that Airbnb would help him financially with the extermination.
I contacted Airbnb, explained the situation before leaving the home, and was encouraged to take photos of the infestation and submit a medical report of bites.


I left the home immediately, and spent the next four days, self paying, in various hotels equipped with anti-bed bug mattress covers to be sure I didn't transmit the problem. During this time I had to discard of many of my valuables which could not be cleaned properly, exterminate the interior of my rental car, wash, dry, repeat all salvageable belongings, and discard all items that I thought presented even the slightest risk of transmitting the infestation.

If I had not been informed of this infestation I would potentially have transmitted this bed bug issue to other homes and other travelers, both on and off island.

"Uncle Blake" in Wailua/Haleiwa Hawaii is still actively renting on Airbnb- and has taken no break in doing so since my stay. He has not registered on the bed bug registry, and has multiple friends who are neighbors that were in the home an present in the room during my conversation with him.

It concerns me that these bugs are being transmitted to other travels that continue on throughout their own neighboring homes, the island, other islands, the mainland, and in airport and other forms of public transportation with their luggage,.

see full report...

Bed bugs found during an Airbnb stay on October 12th. The following morning, two other Airbnb guests confirmed one had seen the bugs physically multiple days prior to the booking of my airbnb booking, the other confirmed he was told, then found them on his belongings and he had spoken with the owner/Airbnb host regarding he issue one day prior to my arrival. He was told by the Airbnb owner that the situation would be "dealt with."
I confronted, in person, the airbnb host/home owner in the home

. I was told by him that the reason I was allowed to book while he was already aware of the problem, and was informed, because he could not "pay the bills" without continuing to host guests, and was also told by him, "they (the bed bugs) were not in my room", so I should allow him to get back to his business of looking online and concentrate on "solving the issue".
I asked him why the Airbnb openings for shared and private rooms were still available, and he had no response other than that he had contacted Airbnb himself weeks prior, and was told that Airbnb would help him financially with the extermination.
I contacted Airbnb, explained the situation before leaving the home, and was encouraged to take photos of the infestation and submit a medical report of bites.


I left the home immediately, and spent the next four days, self paying, in various hotels equipped with anti-bed bug mattress covers to be sure I didn't transmit the problem. During this time I had to discard of many of my valuables which could not be cleaned properly, exterminate the interior of my rental car, wash, dry, repeat all salvageable belongings, and discard all items that I thought presented even the slightest risk of transmitting the infestation.

If I had not been informed of this infestation I would potentially have transmitted this bed bug issue to other homes and other travelers, both on and off island.

"Uncle Blake" in Wailua/Haleiwa Hawaii is still actively renting on Airbnb- and has taken no break in doing so since my stay. He has not registered on the bed bug registry, and has multiple friends who are neighbors that were in the home an present in the room during my conversation with him.

It concerns me that these bugs are being transmitted to other travels that continue on throughout their own neighboring homes, the island, other islands, the mainland, and in airport and other forms of public transportation with their luggage,.

see full report...

Bed bugs found during an Airbnb stay on October 12th. The following morning, two other Airbnb guests confirmed one had seen the bugs physically multiple days prior to the booking of my airbnb booking, the other confirmed he was told, then found them on his belongings and he had spoken with the owner/Airbnb host regarding he issue one day prior to my arrival. He was told by the Airbnb owner that the situation would be "dealt with."
I confronted, in person, the airbnb host/home owner in the home

. I was told by him that the reason I was allowed to book while he was already aware of the problem, and was informed, because he could not "pay the bills" without continuing to host guests, and was also told by him, "they (the bed bugs) were not in my room", so I should allow him to get back to his business of looking online and concentrate on "solving the issue".
I asked him why the Airbnb openings for shared and private rooms were still available, and he had no response other than that he had contacted Airbnb himself weeks prior, and was told that Airbnb would help him financially with the extermination.
I contacted Airbnb, explained the situation before leaving the home, and was encouraged to take photos of the infestation and submit a medical report of bites.


I left the home immediately, and spent the next four days, self paying, in various hotels equipped with anti-bed bug mattress covers to be sure I didn't transmit the problem. During this time I had to discard of many of my valuables which could not be cleaned properly, exterminate the interior of my rental car, wash, dry, repeat all salvageable belongings, and discard all items that I thought presented even the slightest risk of transmitting the infestation.

If I had not been informed of this infestation I would potentially have transmitted this bed bug issue to other homes and other travelers, both on and off island.

"Uncle Blake" in Wailua/Haleiwa Hawaii is still actively renting on Airbnb- and has taken no break in doing so since my stay. He has not registered on the bed bug registry, and has multiple friends who are neighbors that were in the home an present in the room during my conversation with him.

It concerns me that these bugs are being transmitted to other travels that continue on throughout their own neighboring homes, the island, other islands, the mainland, and in airport and other forms of public transportation with their luggage,.

see full report...

Bed bugs found during an Airbnb stay on October 12th. The following morning, two other Airbnb guests confirmed one had seen the bugs physically multiple days prior to the booking of my airbnb booking, the other confirmed he was told, then found them on his belongings and he had spoken with the owner/Airbnb host regarding he issue one day prior to my arrival. He was told by the Airbnb owner that the situation would be "dealt with."
I confronted, in person, the airbnb host/home owner in the home

. I was told by him that the reason I was allowed to book while he was already aware of the problem, and was informed, because he could not "pay the bills" without continuing to host guests, and was also told by him, "they (the bed bugs) were not in my room", so I should allow him to get back to his business of looking online and concentrate on "solving the issue".
I asked him why the Airbnb openings for shared and private rooms were still available, and he had no response other than that he had contacted Airbnb himself weeks prior, and was told that Airbnb would help him financially with the extermination.
I contacted Airbnb, explained the situation before leaving the home, and was encouraged to take photos of the infestation and submit a medical report of bites.


I left the home immediately, and spent the next four days, self paying, in various hotels equipped with anti-bed bug mattress covers to be sure I didn't transmit the problem. During this time I had to discard of many of my valuables which could not be cleaned properly, exterminate the interior of my rental car, wash, dry, repeat all salvageable belongings, and discard all items that I thought presented even the slightest risk of transmitting the infestation.

If I had not been informed of this infestation I would potentially have transmitted this bed bug issue to other homes and other travelers, both on and off island.

"Uncle Blake" in Wailua/Haleiwa Hawaii is still actively renting on Airbnb- and has taken no break in doing so since my stay. He has not registered on the bed bug registry, and has multiple friends who are neighbors that were in the home an present in the room during my conversation with him.

It concerns me that these bugs are being transmitted to other travels that continue on throughout their own neighboring homes, the island, other islands, the mainland, and in airport and other forms of public transportation with their luggage,.

see full report...






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