No. The currency you pay in is controlled by your payment method and, in some cases, by your country. It’s not possible to manually choose what currency you'll use to pay.
When you select your country and payment method on the checkout page, the currency in which you'd be charged will be clearly displayed before you confirm your reservation request.
Exchange rates and currency conversion
When the currency you’re paying with is different from the default currency of the country where the listing or experience are located, we convert your payment automatically.
The base exchange rate uses data from one or more third parties, such as OANDA. It’s updated regularly, but may not be identical to the real-time market rate. If you’re paying in a currency different from the default currency of the country where the listing or experience are located, we also charge a 3% conversion fee on your total cost; the conversion fee accounts for Airbnb’s holding costs and foreign currency risks.
The exchange rate used will display on the checkout page before you confirm your booking.
If you pay in a currency that’s different from the designated currency of your payment method, your provider or third-party payment processor may apply a currency conversion rate or fees to your payment. Contact your provider (for example, your credit or bank card issuer) for information on what fees may apply, since they’re not controlled by Airbnb.
You can view Airbnb listings or experiences in many currencies, but this won’t affect what currency you’ll be asked to pay in. To change your currency view, scroll to the bottom of any page on airbnb.com and click on the currency field to select what currency you want to view prices in.