Airbnb ranks the best digital nomad destinations in the US and Canada

Airbnb is riding the wave by helping digital nomads make life and work easier on the go after compiling its top destinations for digital nomads across North America.

As more and more people can be flexible about where they live and work, whether for short-term or long-term stays, Airbnb has been helping these digital nomads. This was shown in a report published earlier this month that around one in five guests reported using Airbnb to work remotely while traveling in 2021, a trend still strong in 2022.

Airbnb shared some of the main destinations in the United States and Canada, for guests and hosts, based on accessibility, hospitality, popularity, and host income. Since it’s not just those lucky enough to live and work on the go who are taking advantage of the digital nomad culture, hosts “in the US earned a combined total of more than $2 billion from long-term stays alone, from Q1 2019.” 2021 to Q1 2022 – and hosts in Canada earned more than $280 million from long-term stays over the same period.”

Now for the ranking:

Top earnings for long-term stays

In the United States

  • La Quinta, California
  • Delray Beach, Florida
  • Marco Island, Florida
  • palm springs, california
  • indian, california

And in Canada:

  • Whistler, British Columbia
  • Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Mont-Tremblant, Quebec
  • Toronto, Ontario
  • Kitchener, Ontario

best equipped: Based on cities and towns with at least 1,000 active listings in Q1 2022.

In the United States:

  • Irvine, California
  • Los Angeles, California
  • Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • Seattle, Washington

And in Canada:

  • Toronto, Ontario
  • Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Edmonton, Alberta
  • Gatineau, Quebec
  • Victoria, British Columbia

more hospitable: Highest percentages of five-star reviews from long-term stays

In the United States:

  • Bend, Oregon (93.7%)
  • Santa Fe, New Mexico (91.7%)
  • Boulder, Colorado (91%)
  • Key West, Florida (90.2%)
  • Fresno, California (90%)

And in Canada:

  • Halifax, Nova Scotia (92.6%)
  • Winnipeg, Manitoba (87.7%)
  • Nanaimo, British Columbia (87.1%)
  • Surrey, British Columbia (86.1%)
  • Kelowna, British Columbia (86.1%)

more affordable: Based on average nightly price for long-term stays

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In the United States:

  • Tulalip, Washington ($16.9 per night)
  • Catlett, Virginia ($21.8 per night)
  • Garretson, South Dakota ($24.3 per night)
  • Lamberton, Minnesota ($24.4 per night)
  • Angleton, Texas ($24.5 per night)

And in Canada:

  • Trois-Rivieres, Quebec ($35.6 per night)
  • Medicine Hat, Alberta ($41.3 per night)
  • Gatineau, Quebec ($44.5 per night)
  • Thorold, Ontario ($46.9 per night)
  • Québec City, Québec ($48 per night)

Most popular

In the United States:

  • Los Angeles, California
  • New York, New York
  • San Francisco, California
  • houston, texas
  • Seattle, Washington

And in Canada:

  • Toronto, Ontario
  • Montreal, Quebec
  • Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Calgary, Alberta
  • Victoria, British Columbia

In addition to highlighting these destinations, Airbnb is working with destinations around the world to create personalized, dedicated hubs featuring the best of local long-stay listings, as well as key information related to entry requirements and tax policies.

Suggested: 20 coolest listings in the OMG Airbnb category

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