A LAWYER has told how she and a pal arrived in Ibiza only to discover the Airbnb they had paid for had already been rented out.
To make matters worse, Elena Gil, from Miami, said they ended up having to move three times during their stay on the party island.
Gym lover Elena told her 35,000 followers on TikTok about the ordeal, captioning the clip "our nightmare Airbnb experience in Ibiza".
She showed a video of a stunning apartment in Ibiza with a sea view.
But narrating the clip, Elena said: "So I know you look at this Airbnb and you think what could possibly have gone wrong, this is so beautiful.
"Wrong. We arrive in Ibiza and our Airbnb host tells us 'whoops I've already rented your unit, there's nothing we can do'.
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"Everywhere is all sold out, we have all our bags with us, we have six bags.
"Basically she said we can give you the money back or you can wait and see what I can figure out for you."
Elena said she and her friend ended up moving to three different pads during their break last September.
She added: "Yes, they were all beautiful but it was extremely inconvenient and there was nothing we could do about it."
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It comes after Sam Faiers revealed she was scammed by an Airbnb host after booking her dream villa for a family holiday.
The former The Only Way Is Essex star took to her social media to beg for help from fans after revealing the host was not replying to any of her messages, despite her paying up for the home.
Sam, 32, who is the younger sister of The Family Diaries star Billie Faiers, revealed she had booked her latest stay through Airbnb.
She admitted she chose the perfect Dubai villa from the online lettings company, which offers up homestays all over the world.
And while she was preparing to head to the Airbnb home, she instead asked her followers for help as she revealed she'd been "scammed".
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