From a French chateau to an entire private island take a look at some of Airbnb’s most luxurious rentals.
Luxury travel is booming. Virtuoso, a network of luxury travel advisors, saw $26.4 billion in sales in 2018, an 11% increase from 2017, according to Skift. Exploring new destinations, crossing off bucket-list items, seeking authentic experiences and rest and relaxation are among the top reasons big spenders are traveling this year, according to a recent Virtuoso trends report.
So what can you get for your money? From a beachfront home with a private butler to a nine-bedroom mansion in Bel Air, home to A-list celebrities, here are six over-the-top rentals from Airbnb Luxe, the homeshare company’s new luxury rental extension.