These Are the Dreamiest and Most Popular Vacation Homes, According to Airbnb

Summer might be coming to a close, but that doesn’t mean that vacation season is actually over. You can travel any time of year. If you dislike temperatures over 100 degrees, it is probably even better for you to travel in the fall or spring to get optimal weather for your trip. One of the best places to get a good deal on travel is Airbnb.

Hotels can be very costly with their high nightly rates and limited space. You can save a lot of money, but also get a place with a lot of room and amenities by booking a vacation rental. Airbnb is a steal for big travel groups, as you can rent out an entire house. As Airbnb has seen continued success over the years, they recently released a list of the most popular houses on their website.

To celebrate their 10th anniversary, Airbnb revealed the list of houses that appeared on the most wish lists and they vary from treehouses to mega-mansions.

Wished for: 52,964 times

This house has been featured on The Huffington Post as one of the best places to stay for just under $50 a night. It is a waterfront studio with two beds that can comfortably fit four guests. As if you need any reason on why this place is wished for, just check out that view!

Wished for: 59,838 times

This little palace of paradise is a beautiful restored Riad that was remodeled with love and care. The homeowner kept African culture in mind while redesigning the space. The one-bedroom home comfortably sleeps four guests for an unforgettable vacation in Morocco and starts at $57 a night.

Wished for: 63,669 times

This 2-bedroom house “brings together raw industrial aesthetics with the tactics of green design to forge a new home in the sunbaked wilds of the California high desert.” It is the perfect destination for people who are tired of our technology-obsessed society and want a break from it all.

The house sleeps four and has two bathrooms as well. The starting price is $400 a night for this off-the-grid home.

Wished for: 65,644 times

The little home would provide one of the most unique vacations with unbelievable sights. The cottage is nestled in rice fields is a five-minute walk to central Ubud. The house “is a woven house made almost entirely of bamboo. It is open air and as close to living in nature as you get.”

The 2-bedroom, 1-bath home sleeps four guests and starts at $65 a night.

Wished for: 66,336 times

It is time to head to the trees! This little treehouse is “nestled on top of stilts 15′ up in the canopy of the local flora, ascend to your retreat via the trapdoor or begin your adventure in Volcano National Park 10 miles away.”

This 1-bedroom, 1-bath treehouse is best for two guests and starts at $100 a night. That is practically a steal in Hawaii!

Wished for: 76,658 times

Have you ever wanted to sleep in a cave? This luxury cave dwelling is carved from rock, but don’t let the rock fool you – there is AC in this home. The apartment “lies in the village of Kaliviani and has a stunning view of Kissamos bay. It is very close to the unique lagoon of Balos and the famous beach of Falasarna.”

The gorgeous villa sleeps two guests and starts at $58 a night.

Wished for: 77,177 times

This bamboo home is perfect for people looking to get out of the city. Travelers can experience the mountains of Gunung Agung volcano, the surrounding rice fields, and a beautiful riverside.

The 2-bedroom, 1.5-bath house sleeps four guests and starts out at $175 a night.

Wished for: 99,622 times

This cabana is perfect for coffee lovers, as it is located in the coffee region in the Andean Mountains of Colombia. It is “surrounded by beautiful rainforest plants, strategically placed for privacy, with an outdoor shower in a garden. Commune with nature, listen to crickets and night and birds in the morning.”

The 2-bedroom, 1-bath cabana sleeps four guests and starts out at just $40 a night.

Wished for: 133,869 times

Experience Santorini and get an unforgettable view at this house. It was carved into a caldera cliff 250 years ago. It was originally used as a wine cellar but now is a beautiful home.

The cave can sleep five guests (or more if you squeeze) in this 4-bedroom, 2-bath home. The price starts at $290 a night.

Wished for: 164,444 times

“It’s the perfect place if you like nature. You can stay under an olive tree reading a good book, you can have a walk in the small country streets or go to the nearest beaches. ” You can also experience local activities like the caves of Castellana, the trulli of Alberobello, the baroque cities of Lecce and Martina Franca, the excavations of Egnazia, and more.

This 2-bedroom home sleeps four guests and starts at $81 a night.

H/T: Metro



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