Nine years ago, the only Airbnb property was a few air matresses on the founders' floor. Today, the company is valued at $25 billion and operates in 34,000 cities. It's revolutionizing not only the tourism industry, but the housing industry as a whole.
We wanted to dig into these changes. Who books an Airbnb when travelling as opposed to a hotel room? When do travelers prefer one over the other? How is the hotel industry innovating to keep up?