Apartment owners are wading into new territory, renting out some of their units not to local tenants, but to tourists. A modell called apart-hotels, rent out Airbnb style.
Sharebox aims to continuously improving your host services to enhance guest experiences. After all, a better experience leads to higher star ratings, which eventually translates to quicker bookings and more earnings.
A boom in short-term rentals is spawning niche services that solely focus on self service check-in and managing keys for properties on Airbnb, Booking.com, HomeAway and other home-sharing platforms.
Sharebox has partnered with kiosks and convenience store in London to provide 40 key exchange locations. As we’ve continued to expand our services across London, all these new partnerships allows you to play with a network of rentable boxes where hosts and guests connect and exchange keys.
From the outside we appear to be willing to try anything to improve check-in with our Sharebox. But will our efforts stand a chance against personal check-in, key-less and electronic locks?
Sharebox continues to install automated check-in and key exchange locations across the city of Aarhus, providing more places in Denmark to exchange keys.
Airbnb has started to email hosts in major markets across Europe to share new resources to help hosts understand their tax obligations and to remind hosts about the importance of paying tax.
Keep your eyes open for any odd-looking gadgets in your vacation rental. Gadgets that look bulky or out of place in their surroundings may contain a hidden camera.
“I make it clear on the listing that it’s a family home, so guests know what to expect. It’s still early days but it has been great. It brings in some extra cash for holidays or things for the children, and it’s a competitive price for my visitors. It works for everyone, and I don’t want to be greedy.”