My personal take is that this is not a good idea and it will end up clogging the customer experience inbox with reported fake reviews.
I’m speaking from over 20 years of business owner experience when I say that reviews are the worst thing that ever happened to business and adding more reviews exacerbates a problem.
The problem is that attendees to an event do not read Peerspace policies, nor do they read host rules, so this leads to conflict with guests where they break rules, or get upset about rules that the renters never presented to them.
I can provide an anecdote from almost every single rental we have ever had in which a guest became angry because they couldn’t smoke, or angry because our management told them to stop screaming outside, or angry because they couldn’t find parking, angry because we didn’t have Apple Music. Oftentimes, these people can get nasty, but as it was before, I would have my on-site coordinator repeat the policies (and even show them the rule book) and we don’t worry about it, because guests can’t leave reviews.
Now if there’s a nasty rental, instead of one review to fight off, you may end up with 100 nasty reviews to fight off.
Once more, this is not a good idea at all. It doesn’t help the hosts, it doesn’t help the platform and it doesn’t even help the renters; it just opens up the potential for abuse.