A Superhost is someone who goes above and beyond in their hosting duties and is a shining example of how a Host should be. You can easily identify one from the badge that appears on their listing and profile.
Qualifying as a Superhost
Anyone who’s extremely welcoming and experienced at making guests feel like they belong, or anyone who can conjure up an extraordinary Airbnb Experience can become a Superhost.
No need to apply—you simply earn Superhost status by doing things like receiving positive reviews, being responsive, and avoiding cancellations where possible.
Keeping the “super” in Superhost
We check Superhost performance 4 times a year to ensure we’re constantly spotlighting the best of the best. Learn more about maintaining Superhost status.
Note: Airbnb doesn’t endorse or sponsor any Host, including Superhosts, or their listings. Superhost Terms and Conditions apply.
- HostMaintaining Superhost statusHosts can gain, keep, or lose their Superhost status depending on whether they make all the requirements.
- GuestHow to become a SuperhostYou don’t need to apply to become a Superhost. If you meet the program requirements on the quarterly assessment date, you'll qualify for Sup…
- HostTracking your Superhost statusGo to your host dashboard to track how you’re doing for each of the Superhost requirements.