FIND YOUR PERFECT STAY WITH AIRBNB CATEGORIES
Explore our curated collections of homes chosen for their style, location, or nearby activities. Whether you’re looking for a cozy cabin with views or apartments by the beach, Airbnb Categories helps you find places to stay that are right for your trip.
CUSTOMIZE YOUR SEARCH WITH 100+ FILTERS
Narrow down your choices easily with filters that help you book homes that meet your needs. Search by certain amenities, like pools and fireplaces, or filter for confirmed accessibility features, like step-free bedroom access.
MANAGE ALL YOUR TRAVEL DETAILS EASILY
The Airbnb app keeps all your essential trip info in one convenient place, so you can quickly revisit or share your travel details with others. You’re also able to chat with your Host and receive up-to-the-minute booking updates, making it easier to get there, get inside, and get connected to wifi.
TRY FUN EXPERIENCES LED BY LOCALS
Airbnb Experiences are fun activities led by Hosts. They’re a great way to immerse yourself in a new place with a local expert as your guide. Browse both in-person and online options, whether you want an Experience that gets you out and about or one you can enjoy from the comfort of your couch. Book, save, or share your favorites—all with the Airbnb app.
IT’S NEVER BEEN EASIER TO AIRBNB YOUR HOME
As a new Host, Airbnb Setup matches you with an experienced Superhost in your area who’ll provide one-to-one help from your first question to your first booking—by phone, video call, or chat. You’ll also have one-tap access to Community Support agents to guide you through anything from account issues to billing support.
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Hey Morons!! Add an any tab to the top search bar. Those of us who don’t care what type of stay it is, but are rather interested in the cost would really appreciate it.
If you have a property to host, you should go for it because Airbnb will definitely protect you from guests whatever it takes. Your slight complaints will be accepted well by Airbnb, and Airbnb take enough action to erase even tiny complaints. Meanwhile, if you are guest, Airbnb wouldn’t help you at all. Even when host insults you, Airbnb will take 0 care about it. After complaining, I got bunch of insulting words from Airbnb through the text message. Also, the host went for rating manipulative action first by starting a negotiation asking if we will not give bad rating on the property and bad review when they refund as I found a rodent in the property. I just refused it. Airbnb’s decision on this: guest tried review manipulation meanwhile host is innocent. I asked for the action on host for weeks to Airbnb, but they did not take any action on host, but they chose to remove my review with rodent in the property. If you are planning to host, you should def go for it! Even when it has rodents!
Rodent in the priperty
They’ve started charging 50% over the stated nightly fees. That means a house that $500 a night for a week, it’s over $6000. They’re become a outrageously greedy conglomerate.
Ever since I got the new iPhone 15, when I get a new message from a client, I click on the message to reply, and the screen remains blank. The only way for me to reply is to go to my desktop app and do it there.
Pay process system is terrible !
What happened to my ability to see all the airbnb’s in an area??? I’ve used this app for years. After this though, I’ll be switching. The development team really messed up this time.
Very good luck to the
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When it works, fine. But when a host cancelled on me 72 hours before a 2 month international trip, the airbb support team was completely useless. After speaking to multiple of their agents who did not competently manage English, I had no resolution, no place to stay, and will have to incur extreme additional expenses because they failed to adequately ensure their hosts comply with their policy. Completely wasted my time, money, and effort and will never book again.
I’ve used Airbnb app for at least 20 stays in the last 18 months. overall, it’s great. But, hoping that the developers read this, I have some suggestions for additional filters. I would love to only see properties with a fenced in yard, and also if the owner or another tenant shares the same building. Even when you search by “entire place” and house, it still could be other people under the same roof.