Few world capitals draw the volume of sightseers like Washington, DC. Home sharing is bringing the economic benefits of tourism to every corner of the city, helping local residents and businesses everywhere while providing guests with the chance to experience life in Washington authentically.
Airbnb is committed to continuing our work with DC officials to create fair regulations that help ensure a bright future for home sharing.
DC 8 small business spotlights: Meet small business owners across all eight wards
DC 8 small business spotlight: DCity Smokehouse, Ward 5’s beloved BBQ joint
DC 8 small business spotlight: The Cakeroom, Ward 1’s immigrant-owned bakery
DC 8 small business spotlight: Miss Pixie’s Furnishings and Whatnot, Ward 2’s treasure trove
DC 8 small business spotlight: Core 72, Ward 3’s women-powered boutique
DC 8 small business spotlight: Homestead, Ward 4’s hyperlocal eatery
DC 8 small business spotlight: GranDCata, Ward 6’s Latin American wine shop
DC 8 small business spotlight: Caribbean Citations, Ward 8’s community-driven eatery
DC 8 small business spotlight: Penny Brew, Ward 7’s dedicated coffee pop-up
How DC’s Host Community is Helping Their City | Airbnb Citizen
Learn more about how Airbnb hosts in DC are making it easier for guests to visit the District, stay longer, and spend more in all eight Wards.
Meet Your Hosts | Airbnb Hosts in DC | Airbnb Citizen
Meet Chekesha, Randy, Kanita, and Synta, four incredible Airbnb hosts in Washington, DC. From paying off student loans to staying in their homes, they all had different reasons to start home sharing, but now they all make important extra income that benefits them, their families, and the community.
Visiting new neighborhoods | Airbnb in DC | Airbnb Citizen
With few hotel options east of the Anacostia River in Washington, DC, hosts like Chekesha (Ward 8) and Synta (Ward 7) are providing guests with a new and convenient option, while also earning important extra income and helping to attract tourism and additional revenue to their communities.