A Superhost is a Host who goes above and beyond to provide excellent hospitality. Guests can easily identify a Superhost from the badge that appears on their Airbnb listing and profile.
Qualifying as a Superhost
Anyone can become a Superhost, and you don’t need to apply. You earn Superhost status by receiving positive reviews, being responsive and avoiding cancellations. Learn more about the criteria for becoming a Superhost.
Maintaining Superhost status
We check Superhost performance 4 times a year to ensure we’re highlighting the best of the best. Learn more about maintaining Superhost status.
Benefits of being a Superhost
Superhosts have more visibility and earning potential, and get access to exclusive rewards. If you’re a current Superhost, you can claim rewards at airbnb.com/hosting/rewards. You will need to be logged in to your Airbnb account.
- HostHosts can gain, keep, or lose their Superhost status depending on whether they meet all the requirements.
- HostGo to your Host dashboard to track how you’re doing for each of the Superhost requirements.
- GuestYou don’t need to apply to become a Superhost. If you meet the programme requirements on the quarterly assessment date, you'll qualify for S…