I’m currently staying in an Airbnb, and I just found a camera. I should state that it wasn’t hidden or anything, but it’s up high and I didn’t notice it until we’d been staying here for a few days. I have no idea if it was on (it isn’t now, as I unplugged it). I also have no way of knowing if it was connected to anything. If it matters, it’s clearly an apartment that is in use by the owners on a regular basis as there are clothes in closets and perishable foods in the fridge. The camera is in the main living area, but that said, I’ve walked without clothes past it from the bathroom to the bedroom.
Airbnb has a camera policy that forbids them even if they aren’t hooked up to anything unless they are disclosed (and like I said it’s quite possible that it isn’t hooked up, and is just their general nanny camera).
It’s a really nice place, and the owners have been nice and allowed us to have a late checkout and change our check in without any complaints. Is this something you would bring up with them, or just let it slide?