The Most Incredible Airbnbs You Can Stay in For Less Than $150 a Night
You want to get away, but don't want to blow your entire travel budget on accommodations. Whether you're looking to stay close to home or travel around the globe, here are some of the most incredible and unique Airbnbs you can stay in for less than $150 a night.
Monte Verde Treehouse
This treehouse in Monte Verde, Brazil will be a travel experience like no other. It’s large enough to accommodate three guests, with two beds and one bath. “The sound of insects and frogs at night was incredible,” said one guest “We enjoyed the bottle of wine and homemade cake they left for us while listening to the music of the forest and soaking in the lush green life around us.”
Cost: $101 per night.
New Zealand Yurt
Visitors to New Zealand will be able to take in the stunning views from this warm and cozy yurt. Cook meals in the outdoor kitchen, bathe in the outdoor shower/tub and stargaze in the evening. “You will never stay at a hotel or home as special as this place. It’s nestled up on a mountain top and has incredible 360 views from your own private deck,” noted one guest.
Cost: $66 per night.
Visit the Croatian coastal city of Split and stay in a luxury apartment in a cave. The apartment is located in a converted 200-year-old wine cellar and is just a five-minute walk from the city center. The stone inside will keep you warm in the winter and cool during the city’s hot summers.
Cost: $84 per night.
This Berlin houseboat sleeps four, with a double bed and bunk beds. It even includes a fireplace! “The boat is super cozy, built and decorated with love and attention to the detail,” said one guest. “It’s located in an absolutely beautiful spot, especially if you are looking for a hideout, and a relaxing place to calm down from the city’s rush.”
Cost: $85 per night.
Bali Bubble Hotel
Outdoor adventure lovers will enjoy a night (or more) in the Bubble Hotel in Bali. Due to the transparent walls, the location is hidden until you reserve your spot. There is a private bathroom behind the bubble. The spot is surrounded by trees and only 10 meters from the ocean.
Cost: $80 per night.
Mayne Island Cob Cottage
Mayne Island in British Columbia, Canada is home to the Cob Cottage. The cottage appears in several books about natural building according to the listing, as it is made with sustainable natural materials and located on property with sheep, gardens and orchards. “What an amazing little cottage and a great escape! We enjoyed five sunny days at the Cob Cottage. We arrived to warm banana bread on the counter. The cottage is cozy and lovely inside,” said one guest.
Cost: $119 a night.
London Garden House
Visitors in London can relax in a private, stylish bedroom of a 19th century, four-story Victorian terraced house. It includes a private garden and an eclectic mix of mid-20th century pieces. It’s close to public transportation and sleeps three. “I had a lovely time staying here a week,” noted one guest. “This was my second time here, and I was very happy to be back! The house is warm, comfortable, and beautifully decorated.”
Cost: $108 per night.
Small Paris Apartment
Thinking of Paris? This small apartment is within walking distance of many popular Paris destinations. “Beautiful little apartment tucked away in a cute and quiet place. It’s a lovely 30-minute walk away from Notre Dame, and it’s close to several train stations,” said one guest. “I highly recommend staying here. There are a ton of side streets full of charming cafes, bakeries, and stores surrounding the area.”
Cost: $89 per night.
Terlingua Adobe Dome
Terlingua, Texas is known as a ghost town, and this off-the-grid Adobe dome offers travelers a remote, off-the-beaten-path place to stay. It is powered by solar and near Big Bend National Park. It’s large enough to house three guests and you’ll enjoy beautiful sunrises and spectacular starry nights.
Cost: $88 per night.
Los Angeles Area Camper
How about a glamping trip? Visitors to the Los Angeles area can rent this parked RV and enjoy picturesque mountain views and cloudless blue skies. “This place is a gem offering the feeling of camping with the comfort of shelter, warmth, hospitality and character. It was magical and exactly what I needed at the perfect time,” said one guest.
Cost: $125 per night.