We believe in a world where anyone can belong anywhere. That’s why we’re so excited to announce that Airbnb is now available in 31 new languages. From Albanian to Zulu, we’re taking further steps to help everyone feel welcome on Airbnb, no matter what language they speak.
Doubling our language offerings not only helps create a stronger sense of belonging—it also opens the door to even more potential guests. As we expand our support to a total of 62 languages, we also wanted to thank you for continuing to welcome people from different cultures and backgrounds. We know it’s hosts like you who keep our community growing and thriving every day.
Here are the 31 new languages we now support:
How to choose from the 62 languages we now support:
From your computer or mobile device:
From your mobile app:
By increasing our language options, we hope more people will feel welcomed, respected, and appreciated—no matter where they live, what language they speak, and their cultural heritage.
You should add one more language "Bengali" or Bangla. About 300 Million people speak in this language globally. Hope we could find it soon.
Wow, 300 million people–that's incredible! Do you speak Bangla?
Thanks @Md-Mizanur1 for the suggestion, I'll pass it back to the team. 🙂
I’m a Bangladeshi and Bengali is our language.
The International Language Day which is observed on 21st February globally and recognised by the UNO is based on the day we observe it as our Language Martyr’s Day every year since 1952.
Hi, how about Fijian (iTaukei Language). My concern sometimes, our account can be deleted if the Airbnb IT software system does not support our language and may read it as a strange code or strange language hence it can tell the system its a dangerous chat message / email/scam and we loose our guests. This will be concern, if our guests will be writing to us in the language it may be interpreted differently by the system.
Nowadays, Bahasa Indonesia most common used by tourists, Travellers, backpackers around the globe.
It would be richened if there is Bahasa Indonesia to be added to languages listed in our Airbnb aplication