Is it Time to Break Up with Airbnb?

Written by NomadicMatt @ Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

Posted: 10/08/19 | October 7th, 2019 There is no denying that Airbnb has changed how we travel. It got people out of the hotel/hostel quandary, gave locals a way to monetize their extra rooms and earn more income, and got tourists into different parts of cities, spreading the benefits of tourism around to a wider […]

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Couple spends over $10,000 on Airbnb that didn’t exist

Written by Nick Ellis @ The Points Guy

A British couple intending to take a vacation in Ibiza, Spain realized that they had been scammed out of thousands of dollars when they arrived at their supposed Airbnb’s address to find that it did not exist. Ian and Denise Feltham had reserved a “VIP penthouse” in the Spanish holiday destination that promised features like …

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The Fantasy Suite From ‘The Bachelorette’ Is Surprisingly Cheap on Airbnb

Written by Jordan Allen @ The Points Guy

If you’ve always wanted to vacation like a contestant on your favorite reality television show, this news is for you. After a drama-filled, occasionally romantic and often cringe-worthy few months, we’re finally nearing the end of Season 15 of “The Bachelorette.” Superfans around the country breathed a sigh of relief last week when season villain …

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Oahu Vacation Rental Crackdown and More

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

There’s a lot of Hawaii travel news to cover today, so in this post, I’m talking about the Oahu vacation rental crack down and more. Oahu Vacation Rental Crackdown Honolulu Mayor, Kirk Caldwell, signed Bill 89 into law the other week. The bill aims to crack down on vacation rentals by establishing regulations and increasing […]

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Two Magic Words That Make Family Travel Easier

Written by Dia Adams @ The Points Guy

You’ve probably heard the saying — “less is more.” That applies to so many facets of life, including family travel, though it doesn’t necessarily mean take fewer trips. At least once a week in the TPG Family Facebook Group someone asks about tips for a first-time visit to Europe. Usually, that family is flush with …

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