Over the past 3 years, growth in vacation rental rooms has been equivalent to all the existing hotel rooms in Italy, France, Spain & Germany combined. Now, as travel trends mould to post-pandemic reality and vacation rentals appear primed for even greater growth, we’ve built a ‘Vacation Rental Map of the World’. The report takes you through current industry trends, including supply, rates, occupancy & professionalisation.
Optimal listings and having amazing photos are both really helpful when it comes to grabbing guests’ attention, but reviews are the real meat and potatoes when it comes to the decision to book with you.
We talk with Superhog about the importance of building strong reviews in increasing occupancy, and how to protect yourself from the associated risks.
In this article we investigate the growing European short-term rental markets, comparing reservation levels through May with those recorded in May 2019. Not only do we identify the European hotspots emerging in the wake of the pandemic, but in analyzing the short-term rental data, we pick up on trends within these top performers.
Explore hotel & vacation rental outlook in 2021 with us through occupancy, demand & pricing insights.
Transparent & Amadeus combine their extensive datasets to shed light on the reactions of accommodations to the travel trends emerging in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Read the analysis & download the full report here.
Higher reviews and ratings mean more visibility for your listing, higher booking rate and the ability to charge more per night. This is especially critical for short term rental property managers, whose business relies on achieving high occupancy at higher rates. Read on for tips on how to improve your Airbnb rating…
If there has been one consistent bright spot in the travel industry these last 12 months, short term rentals is it. While traditional hotels experienced sharp declines in RevPAR and occupancy, short term rentals seem to have fared much better. Below, we dive into the data to analyze market trends for short term vacation rentals in six key U.S. cities.
At the beginning of April last year, European reservations were down 92% on 2019. Some areas however, have climbed out of this abyss, and through 2020 have secured more reservations than in 2019.
So which European short term rental markets are attracting higher demand through COVID-19 and what’s the outlook for 2021?