Would you throw a party at your AirBnB rental? | The Tylt
Would you throw a party at your AirBnB rental?
Whether it's for a bachelorette, a birthday, or simply a getaway with your (largest) group of close friends, there are hundreds of AirBnB rentals available worldwide that are meant for big groups of guests. Many of these rentals include mansions, villas, and castles that can sleep dozens to the tune of well over 10k a night during the high season. With that kind of a steep price tag, there's no way guests aren't cramming as many people into the space to offset the exorbitant cost and additional fees. These kinds of set-ups are begging for a spectacular party. And what's the harm as long as you clean up?
If you avoid crashing through screen doors and causing disturbances neighborhood-wide, there's no reason not to use these massive properties for what they were designed to be—the party of a lifetime.
Just because an AirBnB property is spacious enough to accommodate a hundred guests, doesn't mean it's appropriate—or legal—to do so. And judging by the slew of responses to company CEO Brian Chesky's tweet, it sounds like many hosts have had their fair share of encounters with disrespectful renters. After all, renting a 10-bedroom property to 20 people is much different from having 100-plus people coming in and out your home. If someone wants to throw a party to remember, find a rental space that isn't someone else's living room.