since you can’t read, the answer is no you don’t 1099 your housekeeper: http://www.justanswer.com/tax/4sjlz-need-give-housekeeper-1099.html
You would only need to issue a 1099-Misc if you were in business, and
you were paying a person more than $600 over the year. You don’t issue a
1099 if you are a private person, or if you are a business but writing
checks to a corporation. It is the housekeeper’s responsibility to
report income and pay taxes and you don’t have to get into it.
I read a recent post by konacoconutz defending greedy hosts charging big cleaning fees :
"I’ve only had one guest complain that he didn’t understand why he had to
take his trash and not leave a mess because he had paid a cleaning fee.
I had to explain that the cleaning fee was to ready the apartment for
his arrival. Not clean it up after he left. " WRONG!
Let me explain something to you. In a hotel the cleaning fee is part of the room price. Some guests may be generous and tip the maid. In a short term rental, be it vacation condo, airbnb, VRBO or anything else, if there is a cleaning fee added on that pays for the cost of ALL cleaning after the guest who paid that charge.
These fees are a huge rip off for a on night stay in ONE room and here’s why. In most US cities, like in California, a housekeeper will charge $40 to clean a 600 sq ft apt. It takes them 2 hours. To “clean” one room that someone has stayed in one night would take 15 minutes. At most the charge should be $10. Thats for 90% of guests. Therefore airbnb and other short term vacation rental “hosts” landlords rip off their tenant guests on each and every rental.