Want to AirBnb Your Next Holiday? Try These Beautiful Homes
Sep 10, 2013 23:40
If you've just decided to Airbnb your holiday, why not give these few locations a shot? Not everyone has had a good experience on the site, but they do have a number of exotic locations that you might not even have considered in the first place.
Imagine staying overnight in a home designed by Frank Wright, or the all time famous Frank Gehry. In fact, these aren't the only big names on the site. Check out the list below!
Gehry's "infamous" Berlin building is adjacent to Brandenburg Gate. Price to rent: $216.
Sowden House designed by Lloyd Wright
This "Mayan-style" home was designed in 1926 by Lloyd Wright, Frank Wright's eldest son. It's also been used for many movies and photo shoots. So it's no surprise that the reason for its hike in price: $2,500.
These homes in Mallorca were built with standard shipping container modules which are 14-feet wide and have been retrofitted as condos. The result is just sheer luxury. Price to rent, however, isn't: $115.
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