Airbnb urges Glasgow locals to play host as city faces COP26 accommodation crunch

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Glasgow is poised to face a shortage of accommodation as the city attracts double the number of people than hotel rooms for COP26 | Credit:Mario Guti
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Glasgow is poised to face a shortage of accommodation as the city attracts double the number of people than hotel rooms for COP26 | Credit:Mario Guti

The rental service is offering travel vouchers to first time hosts in a bid to encourage more people to let their rooms and homes out during the upcoming climate conference

Airbnb is offering £100 incentives to first time hosts during COP26, in response to concerns about a shortage of accommodation for the global climate summit that is due to take place in Glasgow during...

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