It was on the same level of frustration. It was nice that someone was familiar with your property, but at the same time Booking.com policies are geared towards hotels.
And I was not allowed to write my own listing description. I would try to stress the importance of "why" it was important a guest knew this or that information beforehand. Or trying to tell them to list "my guests' interest in distances to major attractions was a hassle. They would have you list the top three on your "application" but then they would choose which ones they thought were best. They also would order which pic would be my main one.
Some U.S. hosts were lucky enough to get American description writers. I was in the group where the foreign writers use generic words so they translate well. They also use "bird's eye" distance to say how far away you are from a major attraction. It's deceiving.
I finally went through a customer service rep. who was willing to listen. I am very persistent. I re-wrote the entire listing description using the maximum number of words I saw on similar listings. I also included my city in the description several times (this is what they do for SEO purposes) - and then I told them it was not fair to deny my mention of a major attraction within less than 30 miles if these other places are allowed to mention attractions within 30 miles. She finally did have the "writing" or content dept. update some of it.