Some guests, upon booking, indicate whether they would like two single beds or a double bed (when they book for two pax). But some others give no indication and in those cases, I try to assign two single beds. What I don't like is when they say they want two single beds or say nothing at all, then rearrange the furniture (with all the accompanying noise) by pushing two single beds together. Since I noticed this thing I made sure that all single beds can fit together to make a double. This only happened a few times but what I don't like is that they do not tell me anything upon seeing the room and the fact that they drag beds and throw furniture around with all the accompanying noise. I found it a bit funny actually especially when two guests recently complained of noises during the night and since I had stayed up very late and my office is just under their bedroom - I could hear them moving furniture about. As is usual in these cases - they had refused to pay the security deposit but I had locked the front door so I found them trying to escape at 8 am (but they could not open the door). Before I opened the door I checked the room and found furniture all over the place. I asked the man if they had had a good night's sleep but he complained of the noise. I was flabbergasted and as usual, I did not dare to challenge them for their behaviour for fear of a negative review.