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Readers can examine evidence from both sides and come to their own conclusions. Thanks Doug. Your responses are spot on. The author is really uninformed about how Airbnb operates and I doubt that she has stayed in many rentals. Not everyone thinks or cares about the legal and ethical implications Airbnb and other homestays have on local communities. As another commentor has mentioned, this article is not about whether you have personally had a good Airbnb experience.
The point is to raise awareness about issues arising with this service that people may not have known, and they are free to make their own informed decisions after seeing both sides.
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Hi Alyse — interesting article I actually came here scooping out hints on how to write blogs! It certainly seems a lot of effort to respond to every individual comment but I guess that is part and parcel of the whole thing. Instantaneous communication between supply and demand and a method of wide market reach with minimal barriers to entry.
I am a town planner in a tourism reliant area and can attest to the home rental market putting significant artificial accommodation pressure on our locality. As AirBnb is a market, opposed to a provider of accommodation, its strength is in the diversity of its traders such as Doug who position themselves in the market as they see fit and may take the criticism of airbnb as a criticism of their particular business.
In the focus area of my municipality there are more houses than permanent residents and proximity to a major city results in many of these houses being business concerns of those in the city with the added advantage that they can be used as personal holiday homes when desired. Similarly — air bnb hubs will be created with a product aimed at particular market segments just like a hotel would divide its room rates. The systemic issues which are created are housing shortages in tourism areas which can result in a number of symptoms such as poor offseason economic activity, vehicle congestion, infrastructure strain during peak seasons and cultural stagnation.
In the most general sense — this would be the homogenisation of tourism destinations that we see world over. In terms of the subletting discussion — many renters sublet rooms to cushion the rents, and ironically if they do this — the airbnb experience would be truest to form.
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It is my opinion that there is little social or economic benefit to the host communities in which airbnb hubs occur that is a significant number of holiday focussed dwellings and in these circumstances differ very little from a hotel — infact they may be owned by a hotel via an agent. However; if your host resides onsite see profile you are likely to have a unique and personable experience good or bad. Thanks for your thoughtful comment, Lachlan!
I do agree with many of your points, especially how some have unfortunately seen my criticism of Airbnb as a direct attack on their small business. That was not the intention of this article and should not be taken to heart on a personal level by any Airbnb host. Hotels do not often offer the modern basics for free-wifi, snacks, netflix, etc….
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Hotels will offer a room and what you see is generally what you get. They charge much higher due to staff to pay for that you rarely need anyways as well as many other overheads. When you order breakfast-it can be very expensive for room service. Air BnB ideally, is great for people who want to have the best of both worlds.
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A host who has a decent knowledge of the local area, recommendations for sight seeing, restaurants, a nice clean room with enough privacy and leave themselves open and flexible for communication. Likewise, some hosts leave a simple breakfast for guests others do not and some like myself provide a more elaborate breakfast experience for an additional fee-which is much cheaper than a hotel, yet providing just as good if not better product because I do not have staff to pay and everything is made with very high quality ingredients and freshly brought from the kitchen to your door or to your native garden view verandah which most hotels do not have.
With both however, you will want to do your own due diligence before making a booking and ideally with Air BnB you can ask the host anything and they will have an answer as nobody knows their own property like the host.
Thanks for your thoughtful comment, Russell! I have always loved hotels— to me, it seems like a luxury even a simple motel of the type I used many years ago, that is clean, well-kept, and has hot water, I also like to splurge on room service once in a while. The thought of a kitchen when traveling for fun turns me off. I cannot agree with you more, Maryhelen! Amongst many other benefits holidays to me are about getting out there and enjoying locally-cooked food without having to clean dishes afterwards?