Blithely setting off for a fun group trip isn't an option right now. But people are finding ways to be more deliberate—and exclusive—about how they get away together in a pandemic.
A prominent guest blasted Airbnb and a host after finding what he described as “seemingly satanic items" in his Airbnb. The host calls the accusations “unsettling and weird.”
From meditating with sleepy sheep to building a tower of crystal rocks, I tried the most out-of-the-box experiences to overcome my lockdown anxiety. Did they work?
Nontransparent algorithms determine if you’re 'trustworthy' based on whether you’ve engaged in sex work, porn, used drugs and alcohol, or even used swear words online.
The company is offering discounts on devices that alert hosts when there’s an unusual amount of noise.
Nearly 1,000 people flooded our inbox with their stories. We found some patterns.
The company's CEO said in an email that the company would undertake a year-long project to ensure every listing is advertised accurately.
While searching for the person who grifted me in Chicago, I discovered just how easy it is for users of the short-term rental platform to get exploited.
The apps are pivoting to video.
Airbnb won't be collecting profits from illegal settlements, but organizers say that's not enough.
Thirty-six-year-old Ramis Jonuzi was strangled to death after he was unable to pay the $210 he owed his host.
Located in a Sydney garage, the listing claims to be "the perfect escape... if you need to be put in your place."