The 5 most in-demand Airbnb properties around the world

Since Airbnb first flooded onto the scene in 2008, people have opened their doors and made creative, unique properties around the world accessible. Over the years we’ve stayed in many weird and wonderful homes, from tree houses in Norway to beachside huts in Indonesia, here’s a list of the most booked Airbnb properties around the world.

Secluded Treehouse, Atlanta, USA

Top of our book-it list, this romantic little property nestles in Atlanta’s Southern charm and leafy nature. Despite being just minutes from Atlanta’s vibrant city centre, you’ll feel like you’re a million miles from civilisation during a stay at this unassuming beauty.


Aromantica Treehouse, Monferrato, Italy

Surrounded by linden trees, nature walks and blissful solitude, this wooden property in Monferrato has been built in the surrounds of some of Northern Italy’s finest vineyards. What the home lacks in size, it makes up in character, charm and panoramic views.


Bird Island, Placencia, Belize

Because who doesn’t want to stay on their very own private island? This stunning property rests on the dazzling waters of Placencia, Belize and offers complete peace and privacy among the lapping shores. Sleeping 6 guests in total, Bird Island is the perfect place for an escape with friends or family.


Malibu Dream Airstream, Malibu, USA

Quite simply the American Dream, this airstream is the stuff of travel fantasies. Boasting infinite ocean views and endless surrounds of stunning Malibu landscapes, the Dream Airstream is as stunning outside as it is when you step inside and is just a walk away from Malibu’s famous surf scene.


Amboise Troglodyte, Nazelles-Négron, France

This atmospheric cave house oozes a sense of French class that can be found nowhere else in the country. Looking at the style, comfort and elegance of this property might have you worrying about cost, but at just £59 per night, it’s one of the best bargains on Airbnb.

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