@CampingPodKate - I’m sorry if I appear harsh. It’s truly not my intention to be judgemental either but nevertheless, I stand by my belief that hosts should review their Airbnb guests for the sake of other hosts.
Many hosts (not me thankfully) are welcoming guests into their own homes and therefore want to know how that guest has been when staying at other places. For some, depending on their circumstances, issues such a messiness, noise etc. are going to affect their own lives and those of the local community.
I realise that you don’t get to meet all your guests and neither do I but it’s simply part of my routine to write a review to benefit other hosts. Writing ‘no problems with these guests’ or ‘tidy guests though a little noisy’ or ‘cannot recommend these guests’ takes hardly any time at all and is so valuable to the hosting community in general.
I appreciate too that you can’t remember all your guests - neither can I - but I definitely remember people who are untidier than most, noisy or break house rules. And if I wouldn’t wish them on you, then I’m going to say so. Otherwise a quick ‘no issues, good guests’ will tell us what we need to know.