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My experience with Airbnb has always been positive. Do some research and read reviews before booking
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Great deal! Better than the usual 6-8% discounts.

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I've never found an Airbnb listing that wasn't at least twice the cost of a 2* hotel. I've seen people list trailers in the yard or tiny basement cellars. Plus none of the amenities or safety of a real hotel. I'd rather pay $40/night at a Motel6. What's the appeal?

I've never used airbnb in the states, but for international travel, especially in Asia, it's great. Really nice condos and apartments can often be had for the same price or even less than mediocre hotels.
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Good deal. Stayed at probably 10-12 airbnb properties and have almost always had a super pleasant experience.
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I'm looking at airbnb in France...for some reason, in Europe, a family of more than 2 people does not exist, and if you're an anomaly, you're forced to get 1 room per 2 people, paying hundreds extra on all the taxes, fees etc,

Airbnb is pricey but atleast I can sort by places for the 6 people I need, and it's less than the price for 3 equivalent hotel rooms
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I've never found an Airbnb listing that wasn't at least twice the cost of a 2* hotel. I've seen people list trailers in the yard or tiny basement cellars. Plus none of the amenities or safety of a real hotel. I'd rather pay $40/night at a Motel6. What's the appeal?

Most people that use Airbnb probably would never stay at a Motel6 (myself included). Not just a snobby thing, but I haven't seen a Motel 6 in any city. so if you're in a rural area then it makes sense.

I personally use hotwire for last minute bookings at hotels, but you generally can't go wrong with an Airbnb as long as you read the reviews of the listing before you book. It's also great for booking a room in a house or apartment. It saves a lot of money and if you're traveling somewhere new, it gives you the opportunity to meet locals.
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I've never found an Airbnb listing that wasn't at least twice the cost of a 2* hotel. I've seen people list trailers in the yard or tiny basement cellars. Plus none of the amenities or safety of a real hotel. I'd rather pay $40/night at a Motel6. What's the appeal?
Also airbnb is better when you have groups of 4 or more so you can split the price better. It is also better for remote areas like the mountains. The place you rent tend to be very unique and awesome experience.
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I've never found an Airbnb listing that wasn't at least twice the cost of a 2* hotel. I've seen people list trailers in the yard or tiny basement cellars. Plus none of the amenities or safety of a real hotel. I'd rather pay $40/night at a Motel6. What's the appeal?
Not sure what awesome vacation spots you have in mind, but I've never seen a Motel 6 for $40. I would never stay in one anyway, unless it was the last resort. We've scored awesome airbnbs all over the place for CHEAP! Waikiki beach, with ocean view for $80/night TOTAL after all fees and taxes. Just did Tokyo and Osaka for $100 a night, super clean nice condos in perfect locations. Plus, you get fridges, microwaves and Kuerig coffee in the rooms I pick. Most motels, NOT..
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Don't forget to keep an eye out for spy cameras.
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Don't forget to keep an eye out for spy cameras.
Only thing they're going to be seeing is me picking my nose and analyzing my boogers lol.
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I've never found an Airbnb listing that wasn't at least twice the cost of a 2* hotel. I've seen people list trailers in the yard or tiny basement cellars. Plus none of the amenities or safety of a real hotel. I'd rather pay $40/night at a Motel6. What's the appeal?
If you bump up the price range you can find some really great places. If $40 is your top range, then yes, Airbnb probably isn't for you.
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Is there a limit on how many you can buy?
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I've never found an Airbnb listing that wasn't at least twice the cost of a 2* hotel. I've seen people list trailers in the yard or tiny basement cellars. Plus none of the amenities or safety of a real hotel. I'd rather pay $40/night at a Motel6. What's the appeal?
You're DIW then
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