If you’re planning a trip to the Grand Canyon, why stay in a boring old hotel or campground? Why not stay in a one-of-a-kind residence, like a Navajo hogan.
The holidays are a time for nostalgia, and what’s more nostalgic than the house that Kevin McCallister had all to himself in the Christmas classic “Home Alone”?
Halloween is fast approaching, and scary movie buffs are rushing to squeeze in a viewing of all their favorites before the spooky season ends. If you’re looking to take your Halloween activities to the next level, why not book a stay at the original house from the classic horror movie SCREAM, which is now available as an Airbnb?
A trip to Verona, Italy, is an unforgettable experience in and of itself. What could make it better, though, than an overnight stay in Casa di Giulietta or Juliet’s House (yes, that’s Juliet of the timeless Shakespeare play “Romeo and Juliet”)?
Joshua Tree National Park has always been a hot travel destination full of unique lodging options. Things are a little more interesting now, though, thanks to the 5,500 square-foot “invisible” house that’s available for travelers to rent.
Mexico City is full of stunning architecture and beautiful locations for travelers to rest their heads. For those who want to enjoy a truly ethereal experience, though, Quetzalcoatl’s Nest is the perfect destination.
Do you want your trip to Kentucky to be extra-memorable? If so, skip the traditional hotel or motel and book a stay at the Cliff Dweller Airbnb rental. The Cliff Dweller is a unique home that, as the name suggests, is suspended from a cliff. It hangs over Kentucky’s Red River Gorge and provides travelers with a fun (albeit a little frightening) vacation destination.
Are you looking to have a one-of-a-kind travel experience this summer? If so, consider taking a trip to Maryville, Tennessee (located about half an hour away from Knoxville), where you can stay in a WWII train car that’s been converted to an Airbnb.
Trips to outer space might not be an option for vacationers (yet). However, explorers can still break the mold and do something new by booking a stay at Area 55 (one of only 85 “Futuro Houses” in the world) located in Joshua Tree, California.
Hell, Michigan, that is. That’s right, nestled deep in the southern region of the “Great Lakes State,” in Livingston County, lies an unincorporated community called Hell. With no defined boundaries or population statistics, Hell (as it appears on maps) is difficult to take seriously as a place name. But don’t tell that to the locals, especially the self-proclaimed Mayor of Hell, John Colone, who keeps his town’s reputation alive by indulging visitors with terrifying tableaus and horror stories.