An Airbnb host has revealed the vast array of abandoned items guests have left behind, including food, drinks and even designer items.
Giullianna took to TikTok for the first time in May to document the a large assortment of items that had been left in his two-story home in Miami, Florida.
And, aptly dubbed “what my guests left in my Airbnb,” the series is now approaching its 50th installment.
The sumptuous SEOwhich can accommodate up to 15 people, is aimed at groups looking to throw a splashy party with flourishes like a ‘disco’ room, pool tables, a wine cabinet and a stylish garden swimming pool.
An Airbnb host used TikTok to document the vast array of items her guests left behind at her Miami accommodation.
The sprawling two-story home is in Miami’s Westview neighborhood.
The accommodation, designed for guests wishing to organize a dazzling party, has a “disco” room
Pool tables are also available to customers
A huge wine cooler is part of the accommodation’s amenities.
Customers frequently abandon fresh produce, drinks and more half-consumed
Customers also leave behind many dry goods and pantry items.
Giullianna also collected an abandoned bong
Penis-shaped drinking vessel among riskiest items left behind
Leftover alcohol seems to be by far Giullianna’s most common find while touring after her stay at the property.
Giullianna shared that usually anything that isn’t opened is kept – but anything that has been opened goes straight down the drain.
Many guests also leave behind partially eaten leftover meals.
Partially eaten cakes symbolized recent festivities on the property
When it comes to products, customers seem to leave much of it untouched
A rosebud-shaped ice cube mold was one of Giullianna’s more random finds
In a TikTok revealing the aftermath of a two-night stay in July, Giullianna discovered a half-eaten birthday cake, an ice cube tray with rosebud-shaped ice molds, a “smart” exercise hoop and novelty mugs – including one resembling a palm tree and another, a penis.
Many other videos captured various bachelorette party favors — from quirky activity cards to embossed shot glasses.
Other videos documented a huge bang, a game of Uno cards, a wireless “tailgate” speaker, a stringy beach blanket, a broken wine glass, “hangover recovery kits” – and, in one case, a baby floor booster.
Among her most disturbing discoveries was a pair of false eyelashes, carefully glued side by side to the wall next to a bed.
“Lowkey scared me at first…I thought it was two spiders,” Giulianna joked in the video’s caption.
On the other hand, a dizzying amount of unconsumed alcohol is Giulianna’s most common find on her post-stay tours.
Although she saves anything that isn’t opened, she has also been documented pouring anything that has ever been opened straight down the drain.
The list has been the site of many bachelor parties
Giullianna has discovered countless examples of Bachelerotte party ephemera
A frequent find for Giullianna has been various accessories adorned with glitzy letters spelling out “bride” and “bridesmaid.”
A wide range of bachelorette party decorations are left behind after the festivities
Many products appeared to be serving guests after the party
Some left behind themed decks of playing cards, including at least one Uno deck
A guest had left a stringy beach blanket spread out on the bed.
One of Giullianna’s most disturbing discoveries was a pair of false eyelashes stuck to a wall above one of the beds.
A group of guests left behind a ‘smart’ fitness hoop
A brand new speaker appeared as one of the nicest electronics guests left on the property
A group of guests left a baby booster seat behind
A pair of Christian Dior sunglasses are among the chic items Giullianna found
Luckily, Giullianna was able to keep a Marc Jacobs handbag that a guest no longer wanted, “because it was actually a birthday gift from a friend who is no longer a friend.”
While she lamented a supercut of her emptying drink containers, “The last part hurts the most” – referring to a nearly full bottle of Tito’s that she had no choice but to throw away.
Foods, meanwhile, tend to range from snacks to leftover cakes and other dishes — and, often, barely touched produce — as well as dry goods.
She also came across a surprising number of expensive, seemingly barely used items, like a pair of Christian Dior sunglasses.
But perhaps the most high-end item that was discontinued was a brand new one “The Tote Bag” by Marc Jacobs handbag in candy pink Fluro, which costs almost $500.
In a follow-up videoGiullianna explained that after contacting the guest to warn her that she had forgotten the expensive accessory, the woman responded saying she could keep it.
“She told me she didn’t want the bag because it was actually a birthday present from a friend who is no longer a friend. So she didn’t want that with her. She was hoping so someone (else) could make good use of it,” Giullianna reported.
The host asked her if she was sure she didn’t want it returned, and the guest replied that she was sure and that she had actually left it on purpose “so that someone someone else takes it.”
“So yeah, I guess I’ll just keep the bag.” It’s actually really pretty, I love it,” Giullianna concluded.