The Who and What

Who are home hoteliers?

The home hotelier is a host within the temporary rental market, such as AirBnb. Hosts on AirBnb are discovering incredible income potential within their own homes, while making connections with likeminded individuals worldwide. Hosts have the flexibility to determine their personal level of availability; from a single room to an entire home; from a weekend a month to months at a time. 

 
In 2014 alone, 219,900 guests stayed in AirBnb listing in the Los Angeles area. Travelers seek an authentic experience. 84% of guests prefer AirBnb because they want to “live like a local”; 86% because the location of AirBnb was more convenient than a hotel.
— AirBnb, 2015
 

What is NOMAD/nest?

NOMAD/nest is an exclusive program enabling AirBnb to spark the imagination of rental guests. Members receive the fundamental design strategies of successful hosting, adapted to the evolving hospitality market. Each participant is endowed with the skills to create a “boutique hotel” within their own homes, providing the modern traveler with an alternative to traditional hotels. 

Through a system of tutorials, NOMAD/nest maximizes both guest satisfaction and hosts’ profits by creating elevated standards of environment. Implementing Elvis' fundamental design strategies verifies you as an upgraded host, revealing the full potential of the flexible income property within your own home. Command the highest price for your rental, whether you are a longstanding, casual or inexperienced host on AirBnb. 

We believe in fostering human connection, bringing together discerning individuals who share a passion for life, love, and travel.