Extended Stay: What New Numbers Say About Airbnb

  • February 16th 2022

by UrbanTurf Staff

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Airbnb, the massive short-term home rental company, stated in an earnings call on Tuesday that it expects bookings in the first quarter of 2022 to exceed pre-pandemic bookings for the first time since Covid began.

Below, UrbanTurf picked out some interesting statistics from that call, as well as some stats specific to Washington, DC that paint a picture as to how hosts and guests are now using Airbnb.

  • 25% -- The increase in the number of nights booked for summer travel in 2022 through Airbnb compared to the same period in 2019.
  • 22% -- The percentage of bookings in the fourth quarter of 2021 that were for stays of longer than 28 days. 
  • Over 50% -- The number of bookings in the fourth quarter that were for at least a week.
  • 7,937 -- The number of Airbnb listings in Washington DC.
  • $188 -- The average cost per night of an Airbnb listing in DC.
  • 74.6% -- The percentage of entire home or apartment listings being rented in DC on Airbnb.

Statistics for this article came from Airbnb's investor call as well as Inside Airbnb.

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