What to know if your neighbor is an Airbnb Host
We encourage everyone to be a good neighbor when traveling and hosting—that means being mindful of your surroundings and following safety guidelines. If your neighbor is a Host, here’s what you can expect.
Hosting comes with a commitment of responsibility to the neighbors and the community.
Trust and safety
Our robust Trust & Safety initiatives are designed to help Hosts and guests learn about each other and make good decisions during a stay.
Direct, dedicated support
The Neighborhood Support page is your one-stop shop for help. There, you can:
- Rules•HostAre there any restrictions about what can be listed as a place to stay?Airbnb welcomes many different kinds of listings on our site as long as they meet our criteria.
- Community policy•GuestParty and Events PolicyWhile we believe most guests are respectful, we’ve created our Parties and Events Policy to provide clear guidance on what we expect from ev…
- Community policy•GuestUse of cameras and recording devicesTo help provide Hosts and guests with peace of mind, security measures like security cameras and noise monitoring devices are allowed, as lo…