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Airbnb expands business services

Airbnb expands business services New initiatives include Airbnb Experiences for team-building activities, rental of homes or other spaces for corporate off-site events and meetings, and temporary housing for relocating employees Continue reading Airbnb expands business services at Business Traveller. New initiatives include Airbnb Experiences for team-building activities, rental of homes or other spaces for corporate off-site events and meetings, and temporary housing for relocating employees Continue reading Airbnb expands business services at Business Traveller. Go to Source Author: Robert Curley{ Geoquono} Tweet

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Dreamy, affordable Italian AirBnbs

Dreamy, affordable Italian AirBnbs Italy’s stunning beauty might break the lens on your camera, but these Airbnbs aren’t going to break your wallet. With a bit of effort, Italy is a country where you can find comfortable, private lodging for well under $200/night — especially if you’re willing to sacrifice extra space for a memorable view. That way, you’ll have extra cash for dining, which is going to leave a major dent if you do Italy the right way. Check out these AirBnbs to get motivated. 1. Trulo Aromatic Green in Ostuni Photo: AirBnb Photo: AirBnb How does crashing in a domed castle with jaw-dropping views of Ostuni’s surrounding countryside sound? The word romantic comes to mind but somehow…

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Japan cracking down on Airbnb

Japan cracking down on Airbnb Finding accommodation in Japan just got a lot tougher. Japan’s Nikkei newspaper reports that this weekend, over 62,000 homes, apartments, and rooms were removed from Airbnb’s website. The removals are a response to Japan’s new law regarding home-share spaces, which goes into effect on June 15. Over the past year, Japan has made a series of moves designed to crack down on Airbnb, especially as the country becomes more and more popular with tourists. Now, Airbnb hosts will have to register for government permission to rent out their homes, and will not be able to rent for more than 180 days per year. These strict rules are designed to add some regulation to a…

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Airbnb Sets Its Sights on Surfing

Airbnb Sets Its Sights on SurfingAs part of its Experiences program, the company will introduce activities (including lessons) and tours in partnership with the World Surf League.http://rss.nytimes.com/services/xml/rss/nyt/Travel.xmlNYT > Travelhttps://static01.nyt.com/images/misc/NYT_logo_rss_250x40.pngTravel887SHIVANI VORA -geoquono- Tweet

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Rent private island on Airbnb

Rent private island on Airbnb If you’ve ever wanted to buy your own private island but can’t quite squeeze the funds out of your budget just yet, there’s no reason to let your isolationist dreams go by the wayside. There is now an alternative option: rent that island, instead. For $975 per night on AirBnb, Little Peter Oasis, in the heart of the Caribbean of the coast of Belize, gives guests the chance to say sayonara to the rest of the world. The price tag isn’t cheap, but it covers nearly everything but your flights. Each stay includes boat transfer to the island from Dangriga, Belize, a quick twenty-minute puddle jumper from Belize City, and the host works with…

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Airbnb problems in Paris

Airbnb problems in Paris Renting an Airbnb for your next Paris visit could become a tall order, at least if the city has its way in an upcoming legal challenge. The city is following the lead of others like San Francisco, aiming to remove 43,000 listings that aren’t registered with the government and do not have a Tax ID. Paris, France’s capital and largest tourist destination, already has a number of restrictions in place governing short-term rentals. Residents cannot rent their place for more than 120 days per calendar year, for example, and renters are subject to a forcefully imposed ‘tourist tax,’ in addition to city mandates that all short-term rentals be registered with the government. The rules follow…

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airbnb announces luxury service

airbnb announces luxury service Airbnb has announced Airbnb Plus, a new premium service that aims to attract wealthier guests and “exceptional” hosts. The hospitality company has created a “100+ point quality” system for grading Airbnb Plus rentals, which inspectors will visit in person. The hosts themselves must be rated at least 4.8 (out of 5) before Airbnb grants them the “Plus” badge on their profiles. With the “Plus” rating comes guaranteed amenities such as fast WiFi, kitchen essentials, bottled water, and extra-comfy beds. The point system also accounts for things that are more difficult to measure on a checklist, such as decoration consistency, manicured outdoor spaces, general tidiness, and “personal character.” “Beautiful homes. Exceptional hosts. Verified for quality” Despite…

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From New Airbnb Plus, Properties With More Amenities

From New Airbnb Plus, Properties With More AmenitiesThe brand will offer higher-end accommodations that meet a 100-point quality checklist (kitchens with cookware, plush towels, comfortable mattresses).http://rss.nytimes.com/services/xml/rss/nyt/Travel.xmlNYT > Travelhttps://static01.nyt.com/images/misc/NYT_logo_rss_250x40.pngTravel887SHIVANI VORA -geoquono- Tweet

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The Getaway: A Room — or a Ryokan, Yurt or R.V.— With a View

The Getaway: A Room — or a Ryokan, Yurt or R.V.— With a ViewTravelers are swapping standard hotel rooms for new interpretations of traditional lodgings.http://rss.nytimes.com/services/xml/rss/nyt/Travel.xmlNYT > Travelhttps://static01.nyt.com/images/misc/NYT_logo_rss_250x40.pngTravel887STEPHANIE ROSENBLOOM -geoquono- Tweet

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Q&A: Priority for Airbnb’s Brian Chesky: Social Responsibility

Q&A: Priority for Airbnb’s Brian Chesky: Social Responsibility The chief executive activated Airbnb’s disaster relief program after hurricanes Harvey and Irma. The company also took a stand against white supremacists. The chief executive activated Airbnb’s disaster relief program after hurricanes Harvey and Irma. The company also took a stand against white supremacists. http://rss.nytimes.com/services/xml/rss/nyt/Travel.xml NYT > Travel https://static01.nyt.com/images/misc/NYT_logo_rss_250x40.pngTravel887 Tweet

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