Home / Tag Archives: Airbnb

Tag Archives: Airbnb

Feed Subscription

Airbnb’s Unregulated Commercial Activity

Airbnb’s Unregulated Commercial Activity

More than seven months have passed since Airbnb issued its “community compact,” in which the company claimed it would do everything it could to “help ensure our community pays its fair share of hotel and tourist taxes, build an open ...

Read More »

Hoteliers Lure Guests with Alternative Accommodations

Hoteliers Lure Guests with Alternative Accommodations

While most hoteliers rely upon reservations made for their rooms and suites, additional revenue presents itself in the form of managing vacation rental homes. Some hotel companies are just entering the space—Choice Hotels announced the launch of Vacation Rentals by ...

Read More »

Airbnb Turns to Local Businesses for Support

Airbnb is embroiled in a number of legal issues concerning regulatory legislation across the United States. In order to sway public opinion—and the local communities in which it sets up shop—Airbnb hosts are getting in touch with small businesses to ...

Read More »

Airline Uses Airbnb to Fill Seats

With lower profit expectations for the year, as advance bookings decline, German airline Lufthansa has turned to Airbnb to fill more seats on its planes. The move marks the first time an airline has listed flights on the home-sharing site. ...

Read More »

More Details Emerge Regarding Airbnb Suit

In June, Airbnb filed a lawsuit against the city of San Francisco, arguing that the city could not force the home-sharing website to enforce city laws. Since, San Francisco has doubled-down on its proposed ordinances, including that Airbnb hosts must ...

Read More »

In Response to Airbnb, Hotels Innovate

It is no secret that the hotel industry has its share of concerns about Airbnb and like-companies. But while Airbnb faces regulatory and ethical issues, it has also prompted hoteliers to respond to the competition by innovating the hotel model. ...

Read More »
Scroll To Top