How it works
Every quarter, we evaluate your hosting performance over the past 12 months for all listings on your account. (However, you didn’t have to host for the entire 12 months to qualify.) Each quarterly assessment is a 5-day period beginning on:
- January 1st
- April 1st
- July 1st
- October 1st
If you meet the program requirements by the assessment date, you’ll automatically become a Superhost—no need to apply. We’ll notify you of your status at the end of each assessment period. It may take up to 1 week for your Superhost badge to show up on your listing.
To qualify, listing owner with an account in good standing who has met the following criteria:
- Completed at least 10 trips or 3 reservations that total at least 100 nights
- Maintained a 90% response rate or higher
- Maintained a less than 1% cancellation rate, with exceptions made for those that fall under our Extenuating Circumstances policy
- Maintained a 4.8 overall rating (A review counts towards Superhost status when either both the guest and the Host have submitted a review, or the 14-day window for reviews is over, whichever comes first).
A Superhost is someone who goes above and beyond in their hosting duties and is a shining example of how a Host should be. You can easily identify one from the badge that appears on their listing and profile.
Qualifying as a Superhost
Anyone who’s extremely welcoming and experienced at making guests feel like they belong, or anyone who can conjure up an extraordinary Airbnb Experience can become a Superhost.
No need to apply—you simply earn Superhost status by doing things like receiving positive reviews, being responsive, and avoiding cancellations where possible.
Keeping the “super” in Superhost
We check Superhost performance 4 times a year to ensure we’re constantly spotlighting the best of the best. Learn more about maintaining Superhost status.