Where to feel at home in Rome, Venice, Florence, Sicily, and more.
Figuring out where to travel in Italy is hard enough: From Venice and Milan in the north, Rome, Florence, and Tuscany in the center, and the Amalfi Coast and Sicily in the south, there are so many to destinations to choose from. And finding the perfect vacation rental? Even harder—at least without our list of the coolest luxury rentals and Airbnbs in all of the above. Think: A treehouse in Tuscany, a refurbished 15th century palazzo in Sicily, and a canal-side Venetian apartment. As a bonus, all of the Airbnb selections are run by Superhosts, who each have a rating of 4.8 or above, a record of zero cancellations, and at least a 90 percent response rate, meaning they’ll get back to you before you can say buongiorno. Keep reading for the best Airbnbs in Italy—there’s something for every group size, budget, and dolce vita fantasy.
Palm-fringed coastlines, off-the-grid towns, and sublime natural parks have emerged as some of the most sought after destinations by travellers, revealed Airbnb. The hospitality company analysed pre-bookings made for June 1-September 2, 2019 and compared the same with the data from last year to come to its conclusion. Plenty of under-the-radar destinations are making a big impression on visitors. Here’s a look at some of the top summer destinations according to AirbnbGet latest Travel online at cnbctv18.com
Researchers from the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University published new research in the INFORMS journal Marketing Science which sheds new light on the impact Airbnb and similar ‘sharing economy’ companies are having on the hospitality industry. The findings suggest that in some cases, the presence of Airbnb can help attract more demand in some markets while challenging the traditional hotel pricing strategies.
No single stay through Airbnb is the same. Each home has its own vibe, design and amenities. From a minimalist loft in Copenhagen to a jungle treehouse in Belize, there’s something for everyone and then some, such as this giant potato in Idaho which has just become available to rent.
Game of Thrones is back for its final season and while a trip to Westeros just isn’t in the cards for any of us, you can book some pretty incredible Airbnbs that will transport you there. With plenty of travellers heading to the show’s filming locations, Airbnb notes that guest reviews mentioning the show are up 467% in Ireland, 406% in Croatia, 386% in Iceland and 218% in Spain.