I have the solution, it came with the extra languages that the site is in now 🙂
For the calendar starting with Sunday, use airbnb.COM
For the calendar starting with Monday, use airbnb.CO.UK or any European country ending (.de, .si, .cz...)
Check the ending of your country, if the site is available in your language too.
You can also still change the language and currency in the dropdown menu of your profile, but sometimes it still doesn't change the country ending in URL.
Hope this works for you as it works for me!
P.S.: I did notice that Promotions tag button does not show the same in different country pages (eg. it shows on .com, but not on .co.uk, or vice versa), so make sure to change the ending from time to time if you want to set a promotion tag, but don't have the option 🙂
YES!!!! It's not a matter of opinion, it's not open to discussion, Monday is the first day of the week! It just is!! The WeekEND is Sat & Sun, meaning the weekSTART is Monday.
I'm not religious but even the bible says: "Six days shalt thou labour, and do all thy work; but the seventh day is a sabbath", the seventh day meaning Sunday, thus Monday is the 1st.
Generally most airbnb hosts have the weekend (Fri/Sat/Sun) priced higher than weekdays. I (and it seems many others) want to see Sat & Sun side by side to make viewing the calendar easier.
Well, like I said, I'm not religious, but I welcome the correction, thank you. But these days, I think that most people will agree that the "day of rest" in the US at least, is regarded as being Sunday. Thats when businesses close, people go to church etc. Then the week starts again.. on Monday.
Regardless.. I have since figured out a way of making the calendar on the site and the app both start on a Monday. I feel happy!
I scrolled to the end and this had become a weird religious conversation. Can we just change the week start to Monday? Or give an option like every other calendar app. Thank you
Please AirBnB, if you do business around the world, add a 24 hour option, a week starting with Monday, a NORMAL date with dd/mm/yyyy format, and get rid of any other unwordly and navel gazin restrictions I still have to find out about.