"The world's largest community-driven hospitality company", a.k.a Airbnb opens doors to the world's most fascinating rentals. What could be more magical than sleeping in a tree house, staying overnight in an IKEA store, or spending a few nights in a tiny wooden cabin built inside a Brooklyn factory studio? We've compiled 6 brilliant Airbnb locations from around the world, and believe us, after looking through them you'll never want to stay in an ordinary hotel again.
The secluded Intown Treehouse offers fairytale-like accommodation for grownups in one of their three rustic cabins in Atlanta, Georgia. These treehouses are made entirely from reclaimed materials, and are stocked with with wine, a basket of delicious treats, and twinkling fairy lights to make your stay truly magical.
Airbnb partnered up with KLM Airlines to offer the chance to stay in a converted jetliner parked near Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport. This pop-up, high-fly accommodation features a large living room, a master bedroom, two children’s beds, two kitchens, seven small bathrooms and even a private movie theater.
This Airbnb hotel in Germany lets you sleep inside old beer barrels that have been converted into double beds. The giant wooden containers, which are more than 100 years old, were donated by local brewery Potts Naturpark Brauerei to offer beer lovers a unique, comfortable stay.
Australian IKEA offered lucky contest winners the chance to stay overnight inside one of the IKEA showrooms. Thanks to Airbnb, guests could stay in a completely decorated faux-apartment and could even keep the bed sheets and linens they used during their stay.
Artist Justina Blakeney built a tiny, colorful cabin for a pop-up event at the heart of Los Angeles’ Arts District. Thanks to Airbnb, guests could spent a night in one of the most diverse areas of downtown L.A., surrounded by an multicultural mix of objects coming from Mexico and Morocco, as well as some vintage 60s pieces found at local markets.
Brooklyn-based artist couple Adam Frezza and Terri Chiao built two tiny plywood cabins inside their 800-square-foot bright Bushwick studio. One of them, the “Cabin in a Loft”, is up for rent through Airbnb, and the other one, called “Treehouse” is where the artists sleep, so you will share common spaces with them.