Airbnb logs 165K guest arrivals in R.I., $29M in host income in 2018

NEWPORT COUNTY had more Airbnb guest arrivals than any other county in Rhode Island and saw significantly more income generated for hosts than other counties in 2018. / COURTESY AIRBNB
NEWPORT COUNTY had more Airbnb guest arrivals than any other county in Rhode Island and saw significantly more income generated for hosts than other counties in 2018. / COURTESY AIRBNB
PROVIDENCE – In 2018, approximately 165,000 guest arrivals were logged via Airbnb in Rhode Island, resulting in roughly $29 million in income for Rhode Island hosts. The hosting platform allows property owners to rent out their homes on Airbnb’s online marketplace. In 2017, there were approximately 114,700 guest arrivals logged by Airbnb in Rhode Island,…

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