There are plenty of scenarios in which, before a plane or after a hotel check out or vice versa, there’s time to explore but no place for luggage. Hotels do help but many other types of accommodation might not. A slew of new services aim to find a location for luggage while travelers make use of that time, in essence “Airbnb for bags.” Apps and websites like LuggageHero and nannybag connect travelers with delis and other local businesses. And prices start at $2 an hour. Read about more of these services of at the Times.
A Wave of “Airbnb for Luggage” Services