Airbnb Listings in Cuba Will Soon Be Open to All Travelers

Cuba Faces Historic Changes As Relations With U.S. Broaden
HAVANA, CUBA - MARCH 20: Patrons eat breakfast at a rooftop restaurant in the Old Havana nighborhood March 20, 2016 in Havana, Cuba. President Barack Obama is scheduled to arrive in Cuba Sunday afternoon, the first time a sitting U.S. president has visited the island nation in nearly 90 years. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
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It just got a lot easier to travel to Cuba.

Home sharing service Airbnb (AIRBNB) announced on Sunday that the Obama administration has authorized it to open up listings to travelers around the world, the Associated Press reports. Travelers can begin booking rentals as of April 2.

This announcement arrived on the same day that President Obama began his visit to Havana, the country’s capital, and the day after Starwood Hotels & Resorts signed a deal with Cuba. As Fortune reports, Starwood has become the first U.S. hotel company to sign a deal with there in over 50 years, since Fidel Castro came into power. Currently all Cuban hotels are managed by the government and supposedly have infamously inferior service and infrastructure.

Airbnb first began offering rentals in Cuba on April 2, 2015, but they were available exclusively to U.S. travelers. Exactly one year from the date it began operations in the country, it will extend its services to consumers traveling from other countries.

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