With Americans starting to see light at the end of the tunnel, more and more travelers are dreaming of their next international trip. So, when you do decide to head overseas for a vacation, why not stay somewhere unique? Below, we’ve rounded up six out-of-this-world stays on @Airbnb to spark your wanderlust.
Located in Scotland, this insulated aluminum pod designed by Roderick James is inimitable. We love the unrivaled views of the Sound of Mull from the home’s dragonfly windows.
Never slept in a transparent luxe capsule hanging from the top of a mountain in the Sacred Valley of Peru? Well, you can here. This distinctive trio of accommodations is only accessible by hiking up a mountain or daring zipline.
This rental is located near the Atlantic Ocean in Le Haut Village, France. Unlike anything you’ve ever witnessed in terms of accommodation, the Airbnb is an old plane transformed into a guestroom, with one room sporting double bed and a living room equipped with two single beds.
Located in the city’s Chelsea borough, this former Victorian-era artist’s studio has been repurposed into a vacation rental. Expect double-heigh ceilings and walls dressed in eye-catching artwork that is iridescent due to the variations of light, from both outside and inside.
Located on the island of Lanzarote, in Spain’s Canary Islands, this estate is located atop volcanic ash and rock. The home’s white façade contrasts a foundation of charcoal-hued earth. Enjoying the archipelago’s ideal climate is does best via lounging on the terrace alongside the petite pool or driving 15 minutes away to sink your toes in the sand at the beach.
Marrakesh’s beloved riads are a Morocco staple, identifiable through their courtyard blueprint lathered in warm tones and puzzled tiles. Here, at Riad Shiraz, guests will revel in a space equipped with a bohemian-like interior equipped with four suites, as well as a centerpiece sandy-hued sitting area and jacuzzi.