• FILE - In this Nov.18, 2014 file photo, a man watches Paris buildings in Paris, France. Home-sharing company Airbnb has agreed to put a small tourist tax on rental apartments in Paris, following a request by Paris authorities. Paris, the most visited city in the world, is also the most popular city in the world for home sharing services. (AP Photo/Jacques Brinon, File)

    FILE - In this Nov.18, 2014 file photo, a man watches Paris buildings in Paris, France. Home-sharing company Airbnb has agreed to put a small tourist tax on rental apartments in Paris, following a request by Paris authorities. Paris, the most visited ... city in the world, is also the most popular city in the world for home sharing services. (AP Photo/Jacques Brinon, File) (The Associated Press)

  • FILE - In this Nov.18, 2014 file photo, Notre Dame de Paris cathedral appears behind Paris buildings in Paris, France. Home-sharing company Airbnb has agreed to put a small tourist tax on rental apartments in Paris, following a request by Paris authorities. Paris, the most visited city in the world, is also the most popular city in the world for home sharing services. (AP Photo/Jacques Brinon, File)

    FILE - In this Nov.18, 2014 file photo, Notre Dame de Paris cathedral appears behind Paris buildings in Paris, France. Home-sharing company Airbnb has agreed to put a small tourist tax on rental apartments in Paris, following a request by Paris ... authorities. Paris, the most visited city in the world, is also the most popular city in the world for home sharing services. (AP Photo/Jacques Brinon, File) (The Associated Press)

Home-sharing company Airbnb to include in its Paris fares small tourism tax on rentals

The home-sharing company Airbnb has agreed to incorporate in its prices a small tourist tax on rental apartments in Paris — following a request by Paris authorities.

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In a statement Tuesday, Airbnb said it would collect 0.83 euros ($0.95) per person per day to be paid by lodging tourists from Oct. 1.

Paris' City Hall said that it's a move to bring Airbnb more in line with city hotels, who already pay the tax and are bearing the brunt of increased competition. Parisian hosts are already required to pay income tax.

Paris — the most visited city in the world — is also the most popular city in the world for home-sharing services.