The company temporarily banned the party in 2020, but ended up making the ban permanent.
Accommodation service Airbnb on Tuesday permanently banned the organization of parties and events in the apartments provided by the service. The British media, among others, report on the matter.
The ban on celebrations was introduced as early as August 2020. It was then that the ban came into force as the coronary virus situation worsened in many countries and restrictions on assembly were introduced.
According to the company, the number of parties increased in Airbnb homes during the pandemic, when people held gatherings in them instead of nightclubs and restaurants.
However, the ban, which was originally intended to be temporary, was turned into a permanent practice, the company says in its bulletin continue to deny “disruptive parties and events”.
The company bases its recent decision, among other things, on the fact that since the temporary ban came into force, the number of parties reported on its properties has decreased by 44 percent from the previous year, says The Guardian.
To date, the temporary ban has also reduced, among other things, the number of reported cases of violence in homes, as well as violations of the rules by visitors to accommodation services compared to the previous year.
Airbnb has imposed various restrictions on its users in the past.
The company restricted the organization of the party back in 2019. At the time, it imposed a ban on advertising on social media for parties held in Airbnb apartments. In doing so, the company sought to prevent so-called “open invitation” parties and “chronic party houses,” says the British Broadcasting Corporation BBC.
Airbnb is a worldwide accommodation service through which you can rent a private home for your own use.
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