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Even better than the ocean view at Superhosts Richard and Karen’s house in Southampton, Bermuda is the private terrace where you can sit and watch the parrotfish swim by.
Explore more great homes in Bermuda: https://t.co/kl8Ycs8bwS https://t.co/XLmQUvzBO2
RT @AptTherapy: The World's Tiniest Airbnb Is $10 per Night https://t.co/uCjc17JGJx https://t.co/WPlq6RThhB
Stay unique. More people are booking tiny homes, barns, and domes in 2019.
See what homes are trending in the new year: https://t.co/cJ9LYUSmfP https://t.co/9kDhvYHraH
20 miles of dirt roads.
A final canoe crossing.
The reward? A slice of true Brazilian paradise in the remote seaside village of Caraíva.
RT @belmullet_cgs: We have welcomed 140 guests from 9 different countries over the last few years thanks to @Airbnb Looking forward to a busy 2019. #Airbnb #Superhost #mayo #ireland #wildatlanticway #clagganisland https://t.co/hZ7pqr11XG
RT @jlblaru: @Airbnb #Superhost #Airbnb According to airbnb I have hosted 9995 guests from 76 countries. Waiting for guest 9996 as I tweet! https://t.co/8q9Egfg4Vz
It's easy to see what makes Superhost Dan so super—it's not just the yurt, elevator, alpaca farm, jacuzzi and airplane hangar—it's the friendly welcome he greats everyone with. https://t.co/ZC5rujacW0
RT @iulialucretia: Since 2013 I've met 383 people coming from 30 countries. Some of them became my pal and others are still in my heart. This happened thanks to @Airbnb. Grazie! #SuperHost #AirBnB #BelongToRome #MeetingTheWorld https://t.co/eIz2yQKA89 https://t.co/hVlPTBVyoH
RT @michellehump3s: Loved my email from @Airbnb. Congratulating me for my #superhost status and reminding me that I have hosted 332 guests from 31 countries since 2016. I feel blessed to be part of such a wonderful community: every single guest arrived as a stranger and left as a friend
"One of the coolest things about being a host is when you have visitors from other countries, then you end up in their city and get to reunite with them. There's something magical about that." –Seth, a Superhost in Marlboro, NY https://t.co/2cEwuyQjrG
When staying with Superhosts Chris and Dané in Stellenbosch, South Africa, don't be surprised if you find fresh flowers in your room and wake up to the smell of freshly-baked bread each morning. https://t.co/WmUEkvDPaI
A stay with the most remote Superhost, Natalia, will take you to southernmost tip of South America—known as the "end of the world". https://t.co/NYNHGFtLD1
Miko is a Superhost in Kraków, Poland who's hosted the most guests in the world—more than 42,000. https://t.co/xjBKEQg5we
Toni, a Superhost in Athens, Greece, has welcomed guests from the most countries—93 to be exact. https://t.co/XhtOXsCnwR
As one of the longest-standing Superhosts, Kitty loves welcoming guests to experience her mushroom dome cabin with over 400 hummingbirds. https://t.co/dRY1SPaoHa
As the very first Superhost, Sara in San Diego has learned a lot about hosting—like leaving cold brew in the fridge and child-proofing her home for families when they come to stay. https://t.co/vhLFs87Obw
What makes Superhosts so super?
Yes, they are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Airbnb... but more importantly, they help guests from all over the world feel more at home.
RT @KnowledgeMC: Wow! 579 guests hosted from 25 countries in 2018! #Superhost @Airbnb https://t.co/9JqeDYbDIw
Inspired by Els and want to share your space for something good?
She hosted Fode through Open Homes, which offers temporary housing to people who’ve left their home due to conflict, disasters, or medical care. https://t.co/J9PYAQPUwc
This week, we’re celebrating Superhosts like Els, who welcomed Fode after he had to flee his home in Mali. https://t.co/AeV18XDO3J
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