Airbnb’s Miami-Dade Revenue Is A Fraction Of The Fontainebleau Hotel

Airbnb released their revenue statistics (and paid resort tax) last month for the first time in Miami-Dade – and one hotel’s revenue exceeds it by far.

In May, revenue for hosts in Miami-Dade was $12 million, resulting in $522,000 resorts taxes paid to the county. Resort tax revenue for the year is expected to hit $6 million in Miami-Dade.

There are 6,800 Airbnb hosts in the county. For the year ending in November, there was $37 million in Airbnb revenue in Miami-Dade

In 2012, the 1,500-room Fontainebleau resort was reported to have $296 million in annual revenue.