Most Interesting AirBNBs

According to the latest statistics, there are currently over 2.3 million AirBNB listings managed by around 640,000 hosts. Given how many listings there are, we can safely assume that somewhere out there are some pretty interesting AirBNBs. So, we went online and looked for the most fascinating AirBNBs we could find, and these are the results of our research.

Punta Sayulita Treehouse in Mexico

This stunning 3-bedroom treehouse is a little paradise located about an hour’s drive north of Puerto Vallarta. For $2,060 per night, you can rent your own slice of Mexico along with numerous luxuries, such as an infinity pool, gym, large HDTV, hot tub, game room, and others. Part of the deal is access to the private community Beach Club. At any time, you are free to borrow surfboards, kayaks, paddle boards, fishing gear, and other things.

Bow Top Elle Gypsy Wagon in the United Kingdom

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to sleep in a gypsy wagon? For less than $100 per night, you can have an authentic gypsy experience. This lovely wagon is located in the county of Cornwall, which is home to picturesque harbor villages and stunning views. Despite its rustic simplicity, the wagon is equipped with electrical outlets and heating. You can cook on a traditional gypsy stove or take a hot shower in a horse trailer.

Historical Nakagin Capsule Tower in Japan

It’s probably no surprise that Japan is home to some of the most interesting AirBNB rentals in the world. Known for being cheap, basic overnight accommodation for guests who do not require the services offered by more conventional hotels, capsule hotels are not just incredibly affordable but also highly memorable. This historical capsule hotel was designed by Kisho Kurokawa in 1972. It set the trend for most other capsule hotels that later followed in its footsteps.

Afghani Yurt in Germany

You won’t believe it, but this authentic Afghani yurt is actually located in a residential area in Bavaria, Germany. The hosts have collected all decorations on their journeys around the world and used them to recreate the most iconic Arabian accommodation in their backyard. A hot shower and portable toilet are just a few meters away from the hut, and so is a large swimming pool.

Teton Tepee on Snake River in the United States

If you love rustic camping, you’re also going to love this authentic teepee located on the bank of the Snake River, a major river of the greater Pacific Northwest in the United States. With its occasionally leaky smoke hole and no mosquito netting, this AirBNB is certainly not for those who are afraid of the elements. But say goodbye to modern luxuries, and you’ll get to experience the Snake River in the most authentic way imaginable.

Live like a King in My Castle in Ireland

With this AirBNB, the phrase “live like a king” gets a whole new meaning. Restored using traditional materials and building techniques, this 600 years old castle is your gateway to the charming medieval era, or its romantic approximation. The castle has electricity, wireless internet, washer, and other modern luxuries that will make your stay more comfortable.

Private ClassicYacht in CinqueTerre in Italy

For some, a night on a yacht is nothing unusual. For others, it’s a lifetime memory. No matter which group you belong to, this private yacht can help you experience some of the finest things Italy has to offer. It was built shortly after the Second World War, in 1948, and restored in 2012. The yacht is fully heated and features a laptop friendly workspace with a fast wireless internet connection.

A Luxurious 3300-sq Penthouse Suite in Toronto

Do you want to live like a celebrity for a few nights and experience some of the best most stunning views in Toronto? If so, this 3300-sq penthouse suite with 10-foot ceiling and 4 balconies is as good as it gets. The suite features an indoor fireplace, wireless intercom and internet, gym, pool and hot tub, a fully stocked kitchen, and more. Needless to say, it will set you back a few hundred dollars, but that’s a small price to pay for a space that can accommodate up to 6 people.