AirBnB is a world famous website offering holiday accommodation in 190+ countries in the world. People who want to use it must create a personal profile and subscribe as either hosts or guests. Or both. We have registered in 2012 and soon started liking the efficiency of the services, the layout of the website etc. First, we advertised with our apartments in Zell am See – Kaprun area, later we browsed it for holiday lodging around the world.

Soon after moving to Haus Gassner in Niedernsill, we enlisted that property on AirBnB too: both the rooms with breakfast and the self-catered apartments.

What I like about the website is that it gives enough opportunities for the hosts to personalise their profiles. We can describe who we are, what kind of guests we like to meet, what are the ‘extra-mile’ services we offer.

Today we have received an email from AirBnB announcing that we have been awarded with the Superhost status. We have qualified as superhosts after 35 trips with the following results:

Completed Trips: 35

Five-Star Reviews: 81%

Response Rate: 99%

Commitment Rate: 100%.

Proud and happy, of course… but there is still room for improvement. The house is available all year, for skiing on the glacier but also for endless hikes and outdoor activities in the area. In combination with our in-house cowork space, we are convinced that we can attract even more holiday guests, travelers and remote working professionals from around the world to come to Niedernsill. And this sounds like fun: meeting with all kinds of interesting people here in a quiet Alpine village. At a breakfast table or in the garden during an evening barbecue.


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