Any reasonable guest would require a strong sense of security when staying in a hotel or in an apartment complex. Resort's World has a strong security policy requiring for every guest to sign in on the security guard's book too minimise any anti-social behaviours. What is odd with Tito Abrena is his reluctance to sign on the Resort's World security log. When pressed for a reason, Tito opted to "pick-on" the smallness of the space eventhough the size of the apartment is clearly stated on the AirBnb profile.
As an act of goodwill, I provided Tito an upgrade to my bigger apartment at Parkside Villas. Yet again, Tito would not like to follow the security protocols of Resorts World and provide his details (and his potential guests) and would instead reason the inappropriateness of the space.
This behaviour is odd as any reasonable person would not act this way, particularly when there is full disclosure of information about the apartment that can be read on my profile. Furthermore, I reached out to Tito via private messaging just to ensure that he checks in ok, however, there was no response from him. So, before hosting Tito, make sure you dig deep into his interests in staying at your property, and perhaps make sure that you have done your thorough probity checks just so that his intention of staying at your space is clean.