Airbnb cracking down on parties at the jersey Shore during summer holidays

SEASIDE HEIGHTS, NEW JERSEY - AUG 17: Boardwalk at Seaside Heights at Jersey Shore in New Jersey, as seen on August 17, 2014. The pier here features numerous rides and attractions.

SEASIDE HEIGHTS, NJ – Airbnb, a popular online marketplace for short-term lodging, has announced new measures to curb disruptive and unauthorized parties during the upcoming summer holidays in New Jersey. These actions are part of Airbnb’s ongoing commitment to crack down on parties and promote responsible travel.

The central element of this initiative involves blocking certain one-night and two-night reservations for entire home listings in New Jersey and across the United States over Memorial Day weekend and Fourth of July weekend. By implementing these heightened defenses, Airbnb aims to target bookings that are deemed potentially higher-risk, reinforcing their existing party prevention systems and enforcing the company’s ban on parties.

In a previous trial run during Memorial Day and Fourth of July weekends last year, Airbnb successfully tested a similar strategy, which resulted in a notable reduction in disruptive parties. Specifically in New Jersey, over 300 individuals were dissuaded from booking entire home listings during Memorial Day weekend due to these strengthened defenses.

In addition to these measures, Airbnb is actively encouraging residents in New Jersey to report any ongoing parties they witness in homes they suspect to be listed on the platform. By engaging neighbors in real-time, Airbnb hopes to swiftly address and mitigate any potential disruptions caused by unauthorized gatherings.

Further details about these initiatives can be found on Airbnb’s official website, and a spokesperson from the company is available for inquiries regarding this matter.

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