Boutique home share site onefinestay is to expand into Miami as its third US city before the end of the year.
It will be the first new location for the company since being acquired by AccorHotels for $240 million in April and the first step towards a target of being in 40 cities in the next five years.
The launch is the first in a phase of expansion for the company following the take over, which included $70 million committed to global expansion.
Miami will join New York and Los Angeles and become the sixth city in the world where homes are available via the site in addition to London, Paris and Rome.
The company is starting to build a portfolio of homes in the Florida city, although details of where travellers can stay have yet to be confirmed.
Onefinestay co-founder and president for the Americas region, Evan Frank, said: “Miami’s vibrant, design-led community is already a favourite amongst our homeowners and guests and a natural next step for onefinestay.”
Guests stay in vetted, distinctive private homes with full-service hospitality from a personal welcome on arrival to a team on call 24/7.
Homeowners gain from marketing, distribution and insurance to screening of each guest, to professional cleaning, management and maintenance.