More music fans are choosing to stay at Airbnb homes for the multi-day extravaganza in the California desert.
With Earth Day approaching, we’re reflecting on how honoring the planet guides our work at Airbnb. Between our product, our partnerships, and most importantly our community, a commitment to making travel greener lies at the core of everything we do.
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In March, six Airbnb executives circled the globe in an expansive world tour advancing the latest, and most significant step in our growth beyond accommodations: Trips, bringing people, places and experiences together in a single platform.
Airbnb is making it easier for New Zealanders to share their world with others by expanding beyond accommodation with the launch of Trips, which brings together where you stay, what you do and the people you meet, all into one platform.
Until recently, Civita di Bagnoregio was a crumbling hamlet with a population of ten. Now it’s home to the first public building in Italy to be listed on Airbnb through a unique partnership aimed at revitalizing the village’s artistic heritage.
Brits are more likely to have visited the Eiffel Tower than the London Eye and the Houses of Parliament, and more people have been to the Empire State Building than the Angel of the North, according to a new survey by Airbnb.
Airbnb today is making it easier for Australians to share their world with others by expanding beyond accommodation and launching Trips – bringing together where you stay, what you do and the people you meet, all into one platform.
Airbnb was founded on the idea that everyone deserves a safe place to call home—no matter where they are in the world, or what resources they have at their disposal.
Airbnb co-founder, CEO, and Head of Community Brian Chesky today announced a series of plans to better serve Chinese travelers, particularly millennials, who are seeking an alternative way to travel.