Airbnb Just Made A Shrek's Swamp That You Can Book, And It's Surprisingly Close To The Film's Version
Shrek's Swamp is the only place I want to stay, tbh.
Their stay was $37 a night for two nights. How did they end up with a $300 bill?
It was one of several mass shooting incidents that rocked the US over the holiday weekend.
A Picturesque Cabin In The Woods Was Listed On Airbnb. The Catch? No COVID-Vaccinated Guests Allowed.
Airbnb told BuzzFeed News the listing for the cabin in Montana violated its COVID misinformation policies.
“We are continuing our work to ensure hate group members are not part of the Airbnb community.”
Airbnb Said It Would Give Full Refunds For Coronavirus Cancellations. Vrbo Told Renters To Take A Hike.
The home-sharing platform is siding with its hosts over renters — which consumers may not forget.
Cofounder and CEO Brian Chesky said the company will have systems to flag "high-risk reservations" as well as form a "'party house rapid response team."
The person who rented the Airbnb for the party told the host they needed the house for relatives who have asthma to escape the fire in Northern California.
My children and I should be able to farm our land like my father did. Instead, Israeli settlers run a bed and breakfast on it.
Airbnb's acquisition of the hotel-booking app could make it more attractive to investors ahead of a public offering.
A new rule requiring Airbnb hosts in New York to disclose rental information to the city is being blocked until litigation over the ordinance is resolved.
People are still mad about cleaning fees that can double the cost of renting a room.
Airbnb announced it would remove properties in Jewish settlements in the West Bank earlier this month.
Airbnb Just Deactivated Listings In Israeli Settlements In The West Bank And Israel Says Hosts Should Sue
After years of protest, Airbnb is pulling out of Israeli settlements in the West Bank, and Israel’s tourism minister is encouraging hosts to sue.
On Monday, the first international meeting of hotel representatives and city officials will be held in New York to discuss ways to regulate Airbnb and other platforms.
Tesla and Netflix declined to comment. Slack said it was "undertaking a careful review" of its policies.
The guest sent her harassing text messages and showed up at her door after she kicked him out.
Airbnb scrapped a competition to stay at the Great Wall after being accused on Chinese social media of being careless with a national treasure.
In an email seen by BuzzFeed News, Airbnb told hosts it had to comply with local laws.
"In this bedroom, President Donald J. Trump was likely conceived..."
The rally is set to take place in a Virginia park where earlier this year white supremacists gathered with torches to protest the removal of a Confederate statue.
Using the system would let the companies easily validate the identities of drivers and users. But experts say that the system isn’t foolproof, and has serious privacy risks.
The property owners have signed up to list 4,000 apartments through a new platform enabling "short-term rental services for an entire building."
With hundreds of listings and major corporate backers, a new breed of Airbnb host is changing the fundamentals of the service.
Airbnb posts on Facebook and Instagram advertised a "true Sioux" experience, surrounded by "succulents, epic sunsets, and peacocks," in a teepee in Joshua Tree, California, which is not home to any Sioux tribes.
Airbnb agreed to build technology that will automatically register new hosts with the city when they sign up, as well as to deactivate existing hosts who don't comply.
Airbnb is working on a concept for a “beam modem” device that could someday help travelers without Internet access or cell service navigate the unconnected world, according to a new patent filed this week.
Airbnb has agreed to report some instances of race-based discrimination to the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, which will independently investigate hosts.
The company has already introduced new security measures to prevent this kind of hack from happening again.
Sixteen Silicon Valley heavyweights signed onto an amicus brief in support of Apple, calling the U.S. government's demands unbounded “by any legal limits.”