After years of growth, the use of Airbnb in Amsterdam fell for the first time last year, according to real estate adviser Colliers based on figures from research agency AirDNA. Airbnb itself has not yet released figures for 2018.

The number of Airbnb overnight stays in Amsterdam fell by 5% to 1.98 million last year, with the number of accommodations decreasing by 8.3%.

The use of competitor Homeaway grew by 61% to 136,000 overnight stays in Amsterdam last year, while Airbnb stays grew by 36% across other major cities in the Netherlands.

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