The Most Unique Airbnbs You’ll Find Anywhere in the US – Gemsman

The Most Unique Airbnbs You’ll Find Anywhere in the US

Most Unique Airbnbs

Airbnb is taking over the hospitality industry as more travelers are choosing to stay in unique, local houses and apartments instead of loud, uncomfortable hotels. Airbnb is often much more affordable than most hotels, and a great Airbnb host can help you turn your vacation into a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity by showing you all the best local hot spots. When you start thinking about your next getaway, don’t pick a place to go, instead, pick an Airbnb to stay at and go wherever that happens to be. Check out what we think are some of the most unique Airbnbs in the United States.

Adobe Dome in Texas

This Adobe Dome in Southwest Texas is perfect for someone who wants to venture off the grid into the desert for some reflection and relaxation – or wants to experience one of the unique Airbnbs in the US – and possibly the country. The dome house is also an eco-friendly abode that is 100% solar powered. Guests use self-check in through a keypad. The tiny house in Terlingua is just outside of Big Bend National Park and was featured on HGTV which has attracted guests from all over the world. The dome is isolated and is located in one of the remaining dark sky zones which means that some of the best sunrises, sunsets, and starry, romantic night skies can be seen while staying at the Adobe dome in Texas.

Most Unique Airbnbs

Luxury Guesthouse with BMW Included in Santa Monica

Santa Monica, California is one of the best places to go to hang out at the beach, visit the pier, and have the time of your life. Number two on our list of the most unique Airbnbs is this licensed luxurious guesthouse with Parking Garage. The listing states the entire house can accommodate five guests. The stylish, detached guesthouse is less than 3 miles to the pier and comes with luxury furnishings, HBO, a patio and private garage, walk-in closets, full kitchen, and high-speed internet. You can also rent the owner’s BMW during your stay so you can live and drive in style in Santa Monica.

Most Unique Airbnbs

Live like a Rockstar in Las Vegas

This 4 bedroom villa with a huge pool, jacuzzi and more is the place you want to be if you are planning a trip to Las Vegas. The villa accommodates up to 12 guests between four bedrooms and has three full bathrooms. The property also has a 10foot deep swimming pool with diving board, 7-person jacuzzi, koi fishpond, waterfall and fountains, a fruit orchard and greenhouse, fresh produce, a forested area, and basketball courts. The appliances in the home are top of the line, and a state-of-the-art barbeque is available for use outside. Guests can also enjoy views of the mountains, a hammock, and several lounge areas.

Most Unique Airbnbs

Live like a King in A Castle

Arkansas doesn’t usually bring castles to mind, but in this Stonehaven castle in Eureka Springs you and up to thirteen guests can live in a contemporary castle on 52-acres of forested land. Taking the last spot in our list of the most unique Airbnbs is this home decorated with art, sculpture, a large fireplace, several large flat screen TVs, and stained-glass windows. There are two master bedrooms—one upstairs and one downstairs, an art gallery in the turret, and many luxury amenities are included. Other spaces in the castle include an arts and crafts room, bunk room, full kitchen, patio, security cameras, high-speed internet, and more. You can also hike around the property to find remnants of stones from all over the world, fossils, and a crashed vehicle from the 1950s.

Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway, time alone, or a place to party with your friends, Airbnb has some of the best places for unique accommodations.

About the Author: Krystle Dickerson

Krystle grew up and still lives in Central Illinois with her husband, three children, and pets. Krystle knew she wanted to be a writer when she won a bookmaking contest in summer daycare when she was 9 years old. After 10+ years in retail management, Krystle took the plunge into writing full time in 2015. She holds down a muggle job as a freelance web content writer, but truly enjoys being a multi-genre author under the name Krystle Able. She also hosts literature-based events in the United States with Spellbinding Events. You can find her books on Amazon: