Hopefully by now you’ve heard of the mega-giant online business known as Airbnb. Since its inception in 2008, Airbnb has become almost ubiquitous with travel accommodations. With a broad range of homes, apartments, condos, and even teepees and igloos available, vacationers can find the perfect abode that will meet their needs and enhance their traveling experience — especially since it allows them to live like the locals do.
But as enticing as it all sounds, keep in mind that there are good Airbnb spots, and very bad ones.
With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the best, and coolest destinations to Airbnb:
No matter which part of the boot you end up in, there is an Airbnb waiting to give you rest — and maybe even take your breath away.
Take the Domus Civita for example. Located in a town with a population of 10 people, this eclectic, half-cave half-renovated villa is bound to be the perfect location for a secluded getaway.
Or, if you prefer to take in the views of the Italian countryside, consider booking the Trullo Aromatic Green, which boasts ancient architecture as well as the modern amenities we are accustomed to — such as WiFi, a flat-screen television, and a personal kitchen.
The city of New Delhi offers a plethora of attractions for visitors of all ages — from the peaceful Lodi Gardens to the stunning architecture and museums found in the sprawling downtown area. Therefore, it would only make sense to find lodging just as eclectic and exciting as one’s surroundings.
That is where the Lake View Room comes into play. This private room in Hauz Khas Village is composed entirely of glass panels, giving visitors access to South Delhi’s most stunning views by day and night. The room is also complete with opaque curtains — just in case privacy is a concern.
With its rich history and stunning landscapes, Chile is the perfect location for any adventurous couple. That is what makes the Valpo Romantic Suite so appealing to travelers — it boasts the classic, eclectic elements of the surrounding city while providing guests with the modern amenities they need to unwind after a long day of exploring.
Although this location may seem too close to home for some, the Golden State has plenty of eclectic Airbnb locations that will make guests feel like they are in another country entirely.
Take the Dome in the Desert for example. This geometric little house is located in the center of the desert in Joshua Tree, just two hours east of Los Angeles.
Although there may not be much to see in this region of the state, it is the perfect location for those who desire to get away from their usual responsibilities and unwind in the truest sense of the word.
Evidently, there are some intriguing places to Airbnb around the globe. So, before you set the destination for your next vacation, consider taking a look at what Airbnb has to offer first and planning your trip around whatever the area has to offer. You never know what you may find by taking this unorthodox approach!