This is what happens when a conversion rate is low - it’s part of a vicious circle. Remember that Airbnb wants to direct potential guests to listings that people are likely to book. Because this listing has a low conversion rate (low number of bookings in relation to views) then Airbnb ‘thinks’ “there must be something a little bit wrong with this listing because x people have looked at it but only x% have booked it”. Remember it’s only a dumb computer so can’t ‘think’ terribly well
And unfortunately, now it has been posted here, we are making the conversion rate even worse by clicking on it with no intention of booking.
@KenH and @GardenGnome have a great point about the photographs. And let’s look at it from the searcher’s point of view. The searcher is looking for somewhere that accepts four or five guests. The listing doesn’t show very well how four or five people are going to live, eat and sleep in 320 square ft.
I can see only where two people can eat - sitting rather uncomfortably on a sofabed and dining from a coffee table. It’s pretty confusing. So I’m sure that the new photographs will help a lot.
Bear in mind too that Airbnb only allows you a certain number of characters for your title so special characters like the star are a waste. You want your title to be picked up by Google so something like ‘fresh&comfy’ squished into one word means nothing so use that space for something meaningful.