Mar 8, 2024 - News

Cleveland is an Airbnb hot spot for eclipse weekend

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Illustration: Shoshana Gordon/Axios

Cleveland is one of the most-booked destinations across North America on Airbnb for the solar eclipse.

The big picture: Airbnb tells Axios it's seeing interest across the entire state, with more than a 600% surge in searches on the platform in Ohio for the solar eclipse weekend April 6-8.

By the numbers: As of this week, more than 40% of listings on the platform are still available to book in Cleveland those days.

💭 My thought bubble: Airbnb had about 60 listings within the city limits last I checked.

  • Yes, but: Only three — all of them rooms in shared homes or apartments — were available for under $200 per night.

🤑 At the very high end, guests can consider "The Wolf of Tremont," a full home in Cleveland's Tremont neighborhood that purports to sleep 12, for $2,250 per night.

  • It includes an indoor golf simulator, a pool table, shuffle board, an 85-inch TV and wet bar.
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