The data analysts at Casinos En Ligne have crunched the numbers to deliver some key insights on Airbnb’s 2022 financial report.
Airbnb managed to increase its revenue by 40% year-over-year as guests booked 393.7 million nights and experiences in 2022, up 31% YoY. The gross booking value of those nights and experiences totaled $63B, a YoY jump of 31%.
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Here are the highlights from the data below.
- Airbnb 2022 revenue increased 40% to $8.4B
- Gross booking value jumps to $63.2B, a year-over-year increase of 35%
- 393.7M nights and experiences booked in 2022, up 31% YoY
- Airbnb listings increased by 15.7% in 2022
After seeing its bookings cut by more than 40% in 2022 due to COVID-19, many investors were skeptical, at best, about Airbnb’s future as a disruptor in the hospitality industry.
In 2022, revenue jumped to 8.4 billion, a year-over-year increase of 40%. The number also represents a 75% jump compared to three years ago.
Revenue totaled $1.9 billion in Q4 2022, demonstrating strong continued strong travel demand heading into 2023.
Buoyed by an increase in international travel, Airbnb enjoyed more bookings in 2022, which helped drive revenue for the company and its hosts.
Airbnb exhibited strong growth in nights and experiences booked, which was the catalyst behind nearly 13.5 billion in gross booking revenue in Q4 2022 alone.
Overall, nights and experiences booked brought in $63.2 billion in gross booking value in 2022, up 35% compared to 2021 and 67% over the last three years.
Airbnb is hosting more nights and experiences than ever before.
The online short-stay marketplace finished off the year strong by hosting 88.2 million nights and experiences in Q4 2022, a 20% jump compared to the prior year.
In total, nights and experiences booked rose by 31% YoY to 393.7 million in 2022.
The number of listings sky-rocketed from 5.7 million at the beginning of 2022 to 6.6 million at the end of the year, excluding China.
Overall, the number of Airbnb listings was up 15.7% year-over-year.
UNWTO estimates that international tourist arrivals could reach 80 to 95% of pre-pandemic levels this year.