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Wanna know why parties are over in New York? Read this article to know more about Airbnb permanently banning parties at its properties worldwide.
Airbnb is putting an end to the party. The company has announced that it is permanently banning parties at its properties worldwide. This comes after a number of high-profile incidents involving wild parties in Airbnb rentals. “We have zero tolerance for this type of behavior,” said Airbnb in a statement. “We are committed to providing our community with safe, positive, and respectful experiences.” If you’re thinking of throwing a party at an Airbnb property, you’d better think again!
Airbnb’s decision to ban parties at its properties is sure to be a controversial one. Some people will see it as a necessary step to ensure safety and positive experiences for all Airbnb guests. Others will view it as a party-pooping move that takes away one of the main reasons people use Airbnb in the first place. Only time will tell how this decision will impact Airbnb’s business.
Airbnb Owner’s Reaction
Linda K. is happy with this decision, having a splendid 2 bedroom with a spectacular terrace overlooking Central Park in the Upper West Side. Many customers rented the house, with the aim of being able to organize parties. She told NY Art Life that even if they are banned, strict control is always difficult.
“I can’t even be a guardian at the entrance to my house. Even living at home, I am out of town for work,” she said.
“One day I came home and my terrace was full of garbage, with about 15 people scattered throughout the house. I need to supplement my salary by renting a room. Airbnb are very professional, and it’s very easy to get clients. I inherited the house from my grandmother, and I don’t want to sell it. I know when she cared about this house, it was her life project.”
The leading company to find you temporary accommodation has spoiled parties for a lot of people. In this case, Linda K. will have to find other ways to make money from her rental property. Airbnb’s decision is sure to greatly impact the party scene in New York. Time will tell how this change will play out. Until then, enjoy the roof bars! They’re sure to be packed with revelers.
New York roofbars
We suggest to New York-goers to go to the splendid parties that are held in the city’s charming roof bars.
The best 5 roofbars in New York we suggest are:
-The Ides at The Wythe Hotel
Many condominiums will now have the hope of being able to sleep. Maybe it’s time for New York to fall asleep every now and then, at least in residential areas. After all, we are the city that never sleeps. Airbnb’s decision may just be what New York needs.
Robert M. doorman of a condominium in Chelsea is exasperated by how many times he has seen the police intervene to calm the spirits of the revelers. He said”I understand that we are in New York, but there is always a limit. But I must also say that there have been some parties that have not really made themselves felt. Polite and silent. Maybe everyone was using headphones”.
Airbnb’s decision will surely please Robert M. and many other doormen in New York City. No longer will they have to deal with rowdy partygoers at all hours of the night. This change is sure to have a positive impact on the quality of life for many New Yorkers. So, if you’re looking for a peaceful place to stay in New York City, Airbnb is now your best bet!
What do you think about Airbnb’s decision to ban parties at its properties worldwide? Let us know in the comments!
Do you think this will impact Airbnb’s business? How do you think it will affect the party scene in New York?