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Top 7 Most Expensive BnB Properties In The World

Airbnb, commonly known as BnB, is an American company that runs an online marketplace for tourism activities like hotels, lodges, vacation rentals, holiday homes, etc. It is to be noted that the company Airbnb does not own any of the properties. It profits from the commission Made from each booking by the customers. Its headquarters is in San Francisco, California. From economic resorts, lodges, and hotels to castles and villas, Airbnb has it all and is just a click away from its website or mobile app. Now, let’s explore all the luxurious properties you need to know

  1. Forest Retreat
    It is located in Vail, Colorado, amongst the mountain forest capped in snow. Visitors will experience a breathtaking view from the heights of the Colorado range of mountains. Looming with green and white, it is the perfect combination of something out of a fantasy and an open-world game. It also has its wellness center, spa, massage rooms, sauna, and gym. If the visitors are not satisfied with this, it also has a fire pit right by the balcony where they can look at the snow and get cozy in the warmth of a fire. The cost to stay here is approximately $20k per night.

  2. Villa Victoria
    Villa Victoria sits between the world’s most famous Canoubiers Beach/ Port and the village of St. Tropez. It comes with its helipad and views over the French Riviera. A Private Chef, a villa host, and a housekeeper are the least to be expected here. It consists of 6 bedrooms, with a heated pool, a pool house with a kitchen, and a wine cellar. It may look secluded but is only minutes from the nearest supermarket and shopping malls. The cost for this property varies depending on the number of guests, but approximately it costs $19k overnight for a guest.

  3. Villa Machiavelli
    This villa is located 20 minutes outside Florence in the Chianti Classico. It also has a private helipad and accommodation for up to 16 people. The 16th-century villa has recently been fully renovated and beautifully furnished, retaining the classical historical touch. It is located in the countryside, where vineyards and olive groves surround the aesthetic of the historic property. The least you can expect is $13,134 per person per night.

  4. Château du Mailly
    This actually looks as if it came out of a fairytale, and one can get the vibe of royalty from the 15th century. It is in the heart of northern Burgundy. With 15th-century engineering, this castle provides an unobstructed view of the surroundings for miles. It has ten bathrooms and 20 bedrooms with a cave bedroom and a living room with views over the valley. The costs vary based on the check-in and check-out dates and also the type of stay they opt for. $12.8k on average is the least you can expect.

  5. Stelvio
    Located in Queenstown, New Zealand, it provides a view of mountains, which seems like a fantasy. It presents phenomenal 180-degree views over the township, lake, and mountain ranges. It has four bedrooms, a comfortable nanny’s quarters, a large private balcony, and a yoga platform. The main bedroom is private with a walk-in wardrobe and shower room. The minimal cost to stay here is $12.5k/night.

  6. Nettleton House
    It is Located near Clifton Beach. It is perfect for a family, with its dedicated kid’s playroom. Nettleton House has a hillside pool and lounge overlooking the ocean, a steam room, a gym, and a pizza oven. A chef and as well as a butler will be waiting to welcome the guests. It is also close to Cape Town attractions like Lion’s head. Though in peak season, the prices can skyrocket up to $17,750/night, in off-seasons, it can come down to $12k.

  7.  Park City Castle Mansion
    Located in Utah, the USA, it is built in the woods with nothing but nature surrounding it for 5.8 acres. This property is truly majestic and fitting for a king. Keeping the architectural style intact, it was custom-built in 2016 with the best raw materials worldwide. Because of its grandeur, it was nicknamed “the castle of the colony.” Although the architectural style is classical, it has all the modern facilities like AC, TV, etc. It consists of 7 bathrooms, six bedrooms, an informal and a formal dining room, a fitness center, a game room for various indoor games, and a huge library. The cost to stay here for a family of three on a week’s vacation can be $11k per night.

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