Chances are you’ve stayed with the popular accommodation service AirBnB, either locally or overseas. It’s popularity is growing, and unlike hotels, the hosts generally don’t offer meals and try to keep their guests eating in-house. So that means a lot of them need to eat locally – and there may be hundreds of AirBnB properties in your area!
In this interview, Ken Burgin talks with long-time AirBnB host Paul Hart. He has an AirBnB property in Melbourne’s popular St Kilda area, and has used AirBnB widely overseas. He also takes part in the huge AirBnB Open conference held in the US each year – an enthusiast! We talked about the best ways for cafe and restaurant owners to reach out to local AirBnB operators, how and what they are recommending to their guests now, and Paul’s excellent new service RoamLocal, that gives local businesses an easy way to connect with AirBnB guests.