28 Coolest Airbnbs in America

It used to be the case that if you were booking a vacation, you’d have to find a hotel, motel or resort. Thanks to the Internet, though, travelers now have more options than ever when it comes to booking accommodations in some of the world’s hottest travel destinations.

In particular, AirBNB has gained an incredible level of popularity in the United States, with many travelers there opting to book unique apartments, homes and bungalows instead of cookie-cutter hotel rooms.

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    On the following list, we’re going to take a look at 28 of the coolest AirBNBs in America. Best of all, we’re also including links to these amazing AirBNBs so that you can potentially book one for yourself!

    If you’re looking to take a unique American vacation, then you’re going to love these bookable gems…

    1. Pacific Beach Beautiful Home, Pool, Spa, Quiet St

    San Diego, California, enjoys some of the finest year-round weather in the United States, making it an ever-popular vacation destination. Why not do it up right by booking this beautiful home in the vibrant Pacific Beach neighborhood?


    Pacific Beach Beautiful Home, Pool, Spa, Quiet St

    San Diego, CA, United States

    3 bedroom, 2 bath single family home with central AC, a beautiful pool, hot tub, outdoor living area, and a fenced front yard ideal for families. The home is located in a quiet residential neighbor…

    2. Handcrafted Japanese Carpentry Too

    Everyone knows that Portland, Oregon, is something of a hipster enclave, home to artists and artisans. Move confidently among their ranks by choosing to stay in this charmer of home that’s located in the city’s arts district.

    Handcrafted Japanese Carpentry Too

    Portland, OR, United States

    Welcome! Thanks for looking into our ONE-OF-A-KIND, Handcrafted dwelling ideally located in the hip Mississippi Arts District. Also check out our other unit it’s just across the path, ‘Handcraft…

    3. Historic Downtown Lake View Flat

    Madison, Wisconsin, is a place that abounds in beautiful Craftsman-style architecture. That’s what you’ll find in this beautiful home-for-rent, which offers gorgeous lake views and over 1700 square feet of space.

    Prairie-Chic Downtown Lakeside

    Madison, WI, United States

    Spacious & historic lakeside flat in the heart of Downtown Madison. Just a few blocks to State Street, The Capitol, UW Madison and Willy Street. Stunning lake views of James Madison Park & Beach …

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