They say love can be found in the most unexpected places — and since 2008, an estimated one million guests have hosted their weddings in Homes on Airbnb
Since the very beginning, Airbnb has been committed to promoting and supporting healthy, sustainable tourism, and they’re seeing a similar dedication to the environment from their guests and hosts ahead of Earth Day.
There is a sizeable disconnect between vacation home rental owners and the benefits of using the available technology.
From the first three guests in 2007 to the 500 millionth guest arrival this year, we’re highly motivated to serve the growing Airbnb community around the world.
What is the most important moment during a stay? It’s when guests get to discover their new place! An automated check-in is quick and easy and part of the journey.
Becoming an Airbnb host can be tough to manage alone. Having at least one other person to help you co-manage, to help you with the traffic of emails and communications you deal with, or someone to help you physically with everything practical, is important.
Investing time and money into a self service check-in procedure may increase your bookings, and also better serve your guests and hopefully boosting your ratings too.
If you’ve ever considered ways to generate some supplemental income, you may have pondered the possibility of renting your home on sites like Airbnb or Booking.com.
The average Airbnb host in Britain earned £3,100 last year from letting out their home or spare room, according to the company’s annual report, and that was on an occupancy rate of just four nights a month.
There are a lot of awesome rentals on Airbnb—and a lot of not-so-great ones. Let´s shed light on key indicators that you should pass on a rental or—worse—that you’re about to fall for an Airbnb scam.