I don't give a shit about the hotel industry.
With that said, I also don't want to live near commercial hotels. There's a reason zoning is a thing, and contrary to popular belief, not every rule under the sun is purely for some evil corp's monetary gain. Some rules actually exist so people can sleep at night.
Even regular renting is a pain: people staying for a year or two, then a new neighbor comes in and you're gambling again if they're going to be nice or not. If not, you have to again reach out to them, make compromises, talk problems out, etc. The faster the turnaround, the higher the odds and frequency of these things. There's a reason high owner occupancy (even beyond the minimum to get an easy mortgage) is a selling point.
Now, bring it to the AirBNB frequency and it's a total nightmare. Even if the vast majority of visitors are fine, the frequency of bad ones are drastically increased, and they're not there long enough to solve any problems.
My downstairs neighbors always joke that I'm not allowed to move, ever, because we bought the property from someone who was AirBNBing it, and it was a nightmare to them. Cops had to be involved multiple times over a decade (they were doing short term leases even before AirBNB was a thing, it just got worse afterward).
Again, regular rentals have the same problems (or even owner occupancy in areas where flipping properties is common), but at a much slower pace. It's also a compromise we as a society made long ago. AirBNB just pushes it from a compromise to being a total shit show.