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Private accommodations (AirBnB, Homeaway...): what are the regulations in Europe?

The so-called "collaborative" offer, consisting of private residential accommodations made available to tourists through different online platforms (type Airbnb, Homelidays, Wimdu, Onefinestay, etc.), is sometimes controversial but is growing rapidly, Hospitality ON offers an interactive glimpse of the legal framework applicable to short-term rental at a selection of European destinations.

Click on our interactive map to explore the regulations at different destinations:

In deep red: countries where regulation is regional 
In light red: countries where regulation is national 

These elements are extracted from a special report ("Regulations applicable to private accommodations versus hotels") available soon from the  Hospitality ON boutique. Contact us if you are interested in this special study about the regulations concerning private accommodations with respect to hotel regulations (and other commercial accommodations), and do not hesitate to tell us using the form below if you would like to see any specific elements covered (example: local taxation for a certain city, links to regulations, etc.). This report will also include guidelines to local taxes (VAT, payment methods for tourism taxes, applicable tax regime...)

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  • Why it may be a good idea to avoid rounding off prices on Airbnb

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