You Can Airbnb an Oscar Mayer Wienermobile This Summer, If That's Your Thing
Hey, Chicago: "For the first time ever, your wildest hot dog dreams can come true with a stay in our 27-foot-long hot dog on wheels."
Airbnbing Hunter S. Thompson’s Cabin Sounds Miserable and Also Terrifying
Have a relaxing stay next to a bunch of squawking peacocks at the good graces of Thompson's widow, who, by the way, "does own a weapons permit."
People Are Deactivating Airbnb for Allowing Listings in the Occupied West Bank
Airbnb won't be collecting profits from illegal settlements, but organizers say that's not enough.
New York City Sued Airbnb Operators For Allegedly Posing As Fake Hosts
A $20.7 million lawsuit implicates a ring of real estate agents and companies posting multiple listings on sites like Airbnb, HomeAway and VRBO.
Five Amazing Trips You Can Take for $50 a Day or Less
A great vacation doesn’t have to break the bank.
My Spider-Filled Airbnb Is the New ‘Hereditary’
I’m a grown-ass woman who leans into my own phobias and I don’t care who knows.
Cheap Places to Travel in 2018 Where Your Dollar Stretches Further
Skip overpriced cities where a cup of coffee costs more than a steak dinner back home. Here are six places you'll actually want to visit this summer that don't cost a fortune.
Being a Freelancer Can Really Suck
No boss, no problem? Not so fast. The gig economy has all kinds of pitfalls for workers and sometimes even their neighbors.
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast
Airbnb's Gentrification Problem
On today's episode, we discuss the impact of Airbnb rentals on vulnerable New York neighborhoods.
Airbnb 'Superhosts' Spill Their Money Making Secrets
Most hosts earn less than $500 a month—but learn the tricks of the trade and you can bring in much, much more.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
African Countries Are Using Trump's 'Shithole' Comments to Drive Tourism
"We would like to invite you to come to shithole Namibia, one of the best shithole countries out there."
Paul Manafort's NYC neighbors are mad about his Airbnb
It is usually illegal in New York City to rent an entire apartment on Airbnb for less than 30 days.