它補充說，未來可能會對 "專業和傳統接待場所 "進行全球禁令的例外處理。
Airbnb has permanently banned parties and events at homes on its platform, after a temporary measure during the pandemic proved popular with hosts.
The firm says the rule has become "much more than a public health measure" since it was introduced in August 2020.
Airbnb said in a statement that the number of complaints about parties dropped by 44% since the measure was first introduced.
Exceptions to the global ban may be made for "specialty and traditional hospitality venues" in the future, it added.
Airbnb also said it would remove a limit on the number of people its listings are allowed to accommodate at any one time.
The firm said "several types of larger homes are capable of comfortably and safely housing more than 16 people - from castles in Europe to vineyards in the US to large beachfront villas in the Caribbean".
"Removing this cap is meant to allow those hosts to responsibly utilise the space in their homes while still complying with our ban on disruptive parties," it said.
More than 6,600 guests had also been suspended from using the platform last year for breaking the rules.
"We look forward to sharing updates in the coming weeks and months on our efforts to complement our community policies on parties," it added.