Here’s What $180 Will Get You In Airbnbs Around The World
If you’re curious how far your Airbnb budget can stretch in some of the coolest urban destinations around the world, we’ve got answers. While you’ll have to scrounge to find a luxurious Manhattan pad on the cheap, you can live large in Morocco for the same price. Here’s what $150 (plus fees) will buy in nine of our favorite cities.
2-Bedroom Penthouse In Beijing, China: $171/night
Panoramic views surround you in this Beijing penthouse. There’s space for four people in two bedrooms in the 25th-floor apartment and a balcony overlooking the city.
1-Bedroom Apartment In New York City, U.S.: $170/night
It can be tough to find a cute/clean/decently-located Airbnb in Manhattan for this kind of price point, but in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, you can rent a 1-bedroom with access to a shared kitchen. Plus, who doesn’t want to be in Brooklyn these days?
Studio Apartment in Paris, France: $169/night
Two people can stay in this bright studio apartment in the Marais neighborhood of Paris. It’s a no-frills kind of spot, but you do get an elevator and the ability to walk to many of the city’s most popular destinations.
5-Bedroom House in Marrakesh, Morocco: $177/night
Literally a fever dream of a Moroccan vacation, this 5-bed rental in Marrakesh has a patio, pool, hammam bath, terrace and breakfast is included. It sleeps ten people and has five bathrooms, so bring your whole crew.
2-Bedroom Apartment In Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: $159/night
Stylist spiral staircase aside, this Botafogo neighborhood apartment can host six people. There’s a pool, fitness center and sauna, and it’s not far from Rio’s fabulous beaches.
Studio Apartment In London, England: $167/night
Like NYC, great London Airbnbs can be pricey. But you can get a welcoming studio in Notting Hill with just about everything you need for a minimalist trip.
3-Bedroom Apartment In Shanghai, China: $170/night
If you get bored of exploring Shanghai, there’s a 120-inch projector screen in the living room of this Airbnb. The airy loft has space for six people, surrounded by trendy accent plants.
1-Bedroom Apartment In Seoul, South Korea: $168/night
There’s a fold-out couch in this Seoul home, bringing the number of possible guests up to four. It’s got great views of the city, a gym and free coffee in the lobby.
1-Bedroom Apartment In Venice, Italy: $150
This Venice suite with views of the canals has one bedroom for two guests. The two-night minimum stay policy means you’ll technically pay a bit more than $180, but you’ll want more than a day in Venice, anyways.