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    How we’re helping to protect against parties this Halloween

    How we’re helping to protect against parties this Halloween

    We’re putting more stringent restrictions in place for Halloween weekend.
    Le Airbnb ar an Oct 5, 2020
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    Highlights

    • To protect public health over Halloween weekend this year, we won’t be allowing single-night reservations of entire homes in the U.S. and Canada

    • Guests won't be able to make one-night bookings for entire homes on either Friday, October 30, or Saturday, October 31

    Due to COVID-19, we’ve taken extra steps to prevent parties from happening at spaces booked on Airbnb. Among other actions, we’ve banned parties globally and put new restrictions in place for certain local and last-minute reservations in the U.S. and Canada.

    To continue to strengthen hosts’ protection against parties, we won’t be allowing one-night reservations during the upcoming Halloween weekend for entire home listings in the U.S. or Canada. We’re also bolstering our existing protections and technologies designed to stop as many large gatherings as possible that weekend.

    How will this work?
    As of Friday, October 2, guests won’t be able to make one-night bookings for entire homes anywhere in the U.S. or Canada on Friday, October 30, or Saturday, October 31.

    • We’ll cancel all previously booked one-night reservations for either of those nights and reimburse guests
    • We’ll also pay for the canceled reservations—so hosts who have confirmed bookings cancelled will still receive the expected payout for that reservation before the end of the month. Learn more

    What else are you doing to protect hosts on Halloween weekend?
    As Halloween approaches, we’ll also deploy more stringent restrictions on two- and three-night reservations that may pose heightened risk for parties.

    • We’ll leverage our technology that restricts certain local and last-minute bookings by guests without a history of positive reviews on Airbnb and also block all reservations within an expanded radius. 
    • As the weekend approaches, we’ll remind guests making reservations between October 28 and November 1 that parties are not allowed in listings
    • Guests will be required to attest that they understand that they may be subject to removal from Airbnb or legal action if they violate Airbnb’s rules on parties
    • In case of an unauthorized party, trained agents from Airbnb’s Neighborhood Support hotline will be on call throughout the weekend to quickly respond to issues raised by neighbors

    The great majority of guests are respectful of your homes and neighbors, and we understand that this initiative will disrupt many one-night reservations that might not have led to parties. We know hosts depend on the money they generate from Airbnb, which is why we decided to issue payouts for canceled reservations to minimize the impact of this decision on hosts.

    But we’ve also heard from hosts like you that unauthorized parties are a huge concern and protection from them is a priority. We’re taking this action to help protect hosts and the communities they live in.

    We’re doing our part to help protect public health, which we know is important to you, too. As always, thank you for hosting on Airbnb.

    Information contained in this article may have changed since publication.

    Highlights

    • To protect public health over Halloween weekend this year, we won’t be allowing single-night reservations of entire homes in the U.S. and Canada

    • Guests won't be able to make one-night bookings for entire homes on either Friday, October 30, or Saturday, October 31

    Airbnb
    Oct 5, 2020
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