Airbnbs have become very common recently. It is what most travel enthusiasts prefer when they are looking for a getaway. Airbnb stands for “Air Bed and Breakfast”, which is basically a service that helps property owners rent their houses out for short periods of time to people who are traveling and are looking for a space to live. There is a whole range of houses that Airbnbs rent out; cheap and simple ones as well as extravagant and luxurious ones! Today we are going to be discussing the latter. Ever wondered how expensive a few nights at a magnificent Airbnb could be? Here are three of America's most expensive Airbnbs that cost as high as $45,000 for a weekend stay.
1. Vegas Palms Casino Penthouse
Located in Las Vegas, Nevada, this penthouse is priced at $29,321 for a three-night weekend stay. It sits on the 59th floor and happens to be Las Vegas’ most expensive one on the list of Airbnbs. This property is listed in the market with a $15 million price tag. The gorgeous penthouse is 6,3000 square feet, and features 360° valet parking, a DJ booth, and an outdoor pool!
2. A 5 Bedroom Oasis
This beautiful dwelling is located in Scottsdale, Arizona. For a three-night stay, one has to pay $34,544. It consists of seven bathrooms and five bedrooms; at least 12 guests can stay at a time here. The house features TVs that also have Roku, putting green, and a heated pool that has a mini basketball hoop at the corner! People are allowed to keep pets on the property as well, which is amazing for people who love pets.
3. Martha’s Vineyard Waterfront Residence
This property is in Edgartown, Massachusetts. A three-night stay in this house costs $34,235. This dwelling happens to be number 3 on the top-most-expensive listings in the United States. Situated on Oyster Pond River, this house has four bedrooms and can accommodate up to 8 guests. The fun amenities of the property include a hot tub, an indoor pool, a private tennis court as well as a movie theatre!
So, what do you think about these properties? Do you think they’re worth paying so much?