The company struck a conciliatory chord of sorts during conference presentations on Wednesday by expressing its efforts to provide a fuller experience than merely providing a lodging unit. Shaun Stewart, Airbnb’s global head of vacation rentals, noted that he had arrived late the previous night. While his Airbnb unit was fine, it could’ve been improved if the host would’ve either stocked the fridge or left a list of local restaurants that are open late. “There’s a range of opportunities in the experience,” Stewart said. Get the full story at Travel Weekly