If you aren’t hip yet to Airbnb, here’s your awakening. Hotels are a thing of the past for me. High prices, rooms that look nothing like the website, and double booking; no thank you. I’ve used Airbnb for quick trips for college football games in Ohio, bachelorette parties in Nashville, and even when I visited Ireland and Switzerland. I personally think the best part is the wide range of options. You can rent a tiny bedroom for next to nothing in someone’s house, or rent a mansion in the mountains for a big group vacation. Spend $30 a night or $3,000. I can’t speak highly enough of the company, and wanted to round up ten gorgeous options they offer in the U.S.
Secluded Intown Treehouse from $375/night
New Orleans, Louisiana
Your New Orleans Home from $145/night
Artistic Off-Grid Eco Bungalow from $52/night
Los Angeles, California
Singer&Photographer’s Charming home from $69/night
Authentic Montana Lake Cabin from $400/night
Saul Zaik Treehouse from $229/night
Malibu Dream Airstream from $500/night
East Village: New York, New York
Small Chateau in the Trees from $195/night
Logan Square: Chicago, Illinois
Chic & Stylish Private Bedroom from $66/night
Log Cabin w/ Hot Tub, BBQ, and fire pit on the River from $280/night
Have you ever stayed at an airbnb? Do you mind renting out private rooms in a home, or do you like to have the whole place to yourself?