Be the change you wish to see
where you live and where you go

Be the change you wish to see where you live and where you go

Fairbnb.coop is community powered tourism

a cooperative accommodation booking platform that promotes and funds local initiatives and projects

Have a positive impact
on your next destination

50% of our fee is donated to a project of your choice. This is a way to empower local communities and promote authentic, fair and conscious tourism. 

Environment

Solidarity

Community

As seen on:

Travel in our pilot cities

Bologna

Venezia

Barcelona

Valencia

Amsterdam

New destinations will be active every week!

Meanwhile start traveling using our BETA as we gear up for the Spring 2020 Fairbnb.coop official kick-off.

Real Homesharing

We apply the One host – One house rule to promote a more sustainable industry and to give travellers a more genuine experience.

Your data are safe

We keep your data safe and share them only with local governments to help them understand the impact of our activity on the communites.

Collaboration and cooperation

Fairbnb.coop is a community-driven platform participated by those who make it happen: travellers, hosts and local communities.

We are growing

Fairbnb.coop is a collective project, powered by people. To help us open new destinations faster you can register as a host and start sharing!

Get on board!

We are searching for engaged people to join our vision. You can become a member of our community in many ways. Learn how you can contribute.

Do you have an idea? Drop us a line!

Fill in the form or send an email to info@fairbnb.coop
and we’ll be happy to answer

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The Next Web

“The idea is to get local communities to work together and think on how they want to handle tourism, the effects of tourism, and how they want to profit from it. ”

The New Yorker

“The company draws on the logic and appeal of crowdfunding: half of the site’s fifteen-per-cent commission fee is channelled directly into development projects, which are chosen by the owners of the rental properties, the travellers, and the local community.”

The Guardian

“… a not-for-profit home-sharing site that only permits resident hosts; mandates one home per host; and contributes half of the 15% booking fee to social projects.”

The Huffington Post

“The company pledges to give half its profits to local projects, such as housing for neighborhood associations, nonprofit food cooperatives or community gardens.”