When you think of Airbnb, you probably think of people renting their homes (apartments, condos, houses, etc.) to strangers. In the early days of Airbnb, that used to be the case, but today things have since changed.
Contrary to popular belief, Airbnb is now open to bed and breakfast owners and hotel operators. This provides exposure to millions of travelers across 191 countries across the globe.
Airbnb doesn’t require any long-term contracts, offers professional marketing tools, and even enables hospitality professionals to charge resort and other specialty fees.
The platform is a great way for bed-and-breakfast owners to earn extra money but getting started can be daunting. That’s why our eBook, Airbnb for Professional Hosts: The Definitive Guide, provides essential information to help enhance your Airbnb hosting experience.
A few topics covered in the guide include:
- An overview of exclusive hosting tools Airbnb offers to bed-and-breakfast and hotel operators.
- Tips on how to secure five-star reviews from every guest.
- Ways to grow your Airbnb income exponentially, with minimal effort on your end.
- A concise discussion on how Airbnb hosting impacts your hotel and bed-and-breakfast insurance policies.
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