Articles tagged “dwell”

Short-Term Rentals

Is Airbnb Doing Enough to Ban Hate Groups? Airbnb Responds to Whistleblower Claims

The issue of rooting out members of violent groups from Airbnb and other online platforms — and hotels — is as relevant today as when Airbnb adopted its policy in 2018.

Is Airbnb Doing Enough to Ban Hate Groups? Airbnb Responds to Whistleblower Claims

Short-Term Rentals

Airbnb to Display Total Price by Default in California to Comply With New Law

Varying state laws on price transparency may become confusing for consumers and a more complex issue for short-term rental providers.

Airbnb to Display Total Price by Default in California to Comply With New Law

Short-Term Rentals

NYC Has Approved Just 2,242 Short-Term Rental Host Registrations

New York City has only approved a couple of thousand host registrations, and all for reservations where the host is present during the stay. That's great news for neighborhoods sick of house parties and illegal hotels, and dour news for tourists and short-term rental platforms.

NYC Has Approved Just 2,242 Short-Term Rental Host Registrations

Startups

Former Airbnb Execs Back Subletting Startup in NYC

Short-term rental regulations in New York City have harmed some businesses, but here's an example of a startup whose founders said the rules have helped.

Former Airbnb Execs Back Subletting Startup in NYC

Startups

Hotel and Short-Term Rental Tech Startups Raise Over $70 Million

Most of the startups that raised money last week were focused on helping hotels and short-term rentals book more guests and smooth out operations.

Hotel and Short-Term Rental Tech Startups Raise Over $70 Million

Online Travel

Expedia Is Still Eliminating Brands. This Time It’s ebookers UK

There will clearly be more pruning to come as Expedia Group expands its One Key loyalty program to Europe, and takes hard looks at its brands and operations in countries around the world.

Expedia Is Still Eliminating Brands. This Time It’s ebookers UK

Podcasts

Short-Term Rental Pendulum Swings Back Toward Homeowners

Executives speaking at the recent Skift Short-Term Rental Summit discussed a very wide variety of topics, and we talked about some of them in this week's episode of the Skift Travel Podcast.

Short-Term Rental Pendulum Swings Back Toward Homeowners

Short-Term Rentals

Sonder Exited 60 Buildings, Gains $10 Million in Refinancing Deal

Sonder is on a painful drive to rid itself of bad leases, to renegotiate others, and then it has to restate two years of earnings. This isn't easy stuff.

Sonder Exited 60 Buildings, Gains $10 Million in Refinancing Deal

Short-Term Rentals

The Future of Short-Term Rentals, as Seen by Industry Executives

Several executives speaking at the recent Skift Short-Term Rental Summit offered predictions for the future of the sector, and here are some noteworthy ones.

The Future of Short-Term Rentals, as Seen by Industry Executives

Short-Term Rentals

‘People are Losing Their Homes’ — Ex-Host on NYC’s Short-Term Rental Ban 

Some New York City homeowners believe they should still be allowed to list their homes on Airbnb despite the city's ban, and they're not letting up in their demand for reinstatement.

‘People are Losing Their Homes’ — Ex-Host on NYC’s Short-Term Rental Ban