Airbnb's Collections are a set of homes highlighted for a specific type of trip or occasion – like work travel, family holidays, or honeymoons. Guests can discover and browse collections on the Airbnb home page, or filter for them in search results.

How will your listing will appear to guests? For most guests, your listing will appear as it normally does in search. Being in a collection does not exclude your listing from getting bookings as it normally would.

If your listing is part of a collection, it will be featured to guests when they search for that particular type of trip. For instance, if a guest is travelling for work, they can filter search results to show only homes in the work collection.

To check if your place is part of a collection:

  1. Login to Airbnb
  2. In Hosting mode, select Progress from the top menu
  3. Click on Opportunities from the menu

Here you will be able to confirm which collections you are a part of, or anything you’re required to do to be added to a collection:

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The amenities required for a collection are determined by the needs of guests for that particular type of trip.

If your listing meets all the requirements, it will be automatically added to that collection. Keep in mind that you’ll need to continue to meet each requirement in order to stay in the collection. Airbnb may update or change the requirements to qualify for collections at any time.

Listings can be in multiple collections, as long as they meet all of the requirements for each collection.

Requirements and Eligibility for Inclusion in a Collection

Listings will need to meet the requirements specific to each collection.

Some requirements are performance-based (e.g. overall rating), whilst some are amenities-based. The amenities required for a collection are determined by the needs of guests for that particular type of trip.

If your listing meets all the requirements, it will be automatically added to that collection. Keep in mind that you’ll need to continue to meet each requirement in order to stay in the collection. Airbnb may update or change the requirements to qualify for collections at any time.

Listings can be in multiple collections, as long as they meet all of the requirements for each one.

Work Collection Requirements

Listing and Property Type

Airbnb have limited the work collection to types of listings they think business travelers will love. Therefore, your listing must be classified as:

  • An entire home
  • A private room with a private bath; or
  • A private room with an ensuite bath

Eligible property types include houses, apartments, bungalows, cabins, chalets, townhouses, villas, guesthouses, lofts, condos, hotels, or bed and breakfasts.

Amenities

Your listing must offer the following amenities:

* min 1 per guest

Reviews

Your listing must maintain a 4.8 overall rating or higher in the past 365 days, with 5 or more reviews. You must also maintain an average check-in rating of 4.8 or higher.

Cancellations

Your listing must offer a Flexible or Moderate (i.e. not Strict) cancellation policy.

Family Collection Requirements

Listing Type

Your listing must be classified as an entire home, since families prefer a little extra privacy and space to spread out.

Reviews

Your listing must maintain a 4.8 overall rating in the past 365 days, with at least 5 total reviews. You’ll also need at least 2 five-star reviews from families. To count as a family review, a child or infant must have been included as a confirmed guest on the booking.

House Rules

To host families, your House Rules must indicate that your listing is suitable for children and infants.

Amenities

Your listing must offer the following amenities:

* min 1 per guest

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