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No more parties at Airbnb accommodations!

No more parties at Airbnb accommodations!

After suspending holidays for the summer of 2020, residential rental specialist Airbnb announced on Tuesday its permanent ban on all properties listed on its platform.

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“The temporary suspension has proven to be effective, which is why we are officially incorporating the suspension into our rules,” the company said in a statement.

Airbnb began toughening the tone at the end of 2019 by banning parties organized via social networks as well as unauthorized parties potentially disrupting the neighbourhood.

This decision followed a shooting at a Halloween party in Orinda, near San Francisco, California, in which 5 people were killed and several more were injured.

More than 100 people attended the event in an Airbnb rental home.

The platform then implemented new restrictions with the COVID-19 pandemic to prevent events that could potentially turn into sources of virus contamination.

It justified the temporary suspension of all parties as a health precaution.

The company saw a 44% annual decline in partisan reporting.

“The comment was well received by the host community and we have received positive feedback from community leaders and elected officials,” Airbnb said.

Travelers seeking to break the rules face penalties ranging from account suspension to permanent ban from the platform. The company said 6,600 people were laid off for this reason in 2021.

Airbnb also noted that it has implemented a series of prevention measures to deter offenders, including a special device against organized parties during the holidays, a helpline available 24 hours a day, and a partnership with rival Vrbo to share information about frequent partying in the United States.

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