There Are Now 1,000 Members Listing Their Homes Through ‘Unhotel’ Service Onefinestay

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If you owned a swanky apartment or house, would you really want to rent it out to strangers? Well, startup onefinestay seems to have found an audience for its upscale twist of the Airbnb model, which it describes as running an “unhotel.”

The company says there are now more than 1,000 members in London and New York listing their homes exclusively through its service. The service launched in London, but onefinestay says it’s growing quickly in New York, where there are now 150 me...

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