Escape reality by checking into these stays!
Are you in the market for a quick getaway? Do you need to recharge and relax? If you answered “yes” to both of those questions, you’re in luck. Airbnb just added 56 new categories. That means you’ll have more unique Airbnbs to choose from when you’re looking for the perfect vacation spot.
Whether you want to sleep under the stars or try staying in domes, they’ve got what you need. You can explore so many unique spaces around the world. You can stay even in a tree house! Check out this list we put together for your next staycation.
Live the #VanLife
If you’re one of those who feel like living in a van, why not practice living in these beautiful trailers?
The Jeepney Camper in Rizal is will give you the #VanLife experience. Located in the lush forests of Sierra Madre, it also includes a campfire pit and outdoor pool.
Another site to visit is the Vintage Airstream Suite in Batangas. It’s the first Airstream accommodation in the Philippines. This vintage camper has a bedroom, dining area, kitchenette, and living area. You’ll fall in love with its rustic charm.
Go off the grid in these unique Airbnbs
If you want a break from everything, these glorious treehouses are worth your money. Treehouse by the Ocean in Batangas will allow you to witness the sunrise and sunset. There’s also a coral reef beach and pool for guests to enjoy.
Another treehouse worth checking out is the Treehouse de Valentine in Cebu. It’s unconventional for all the right reasons. Guests can chill in the wooden hot tub or hang out on the patios overlooking the rainforest.
Mango Nest Hut in Zambales is just 15 minutes away from Subic’s beaches and waterfalls. This quaint hut has a garden where you can enjoy a picnic.
If you’re going to Cebu, Alhibé Farm is the place to be. This boutique mountainside homestay has its own hut. Its swimming pool has water from natural springs near the area. There’s a bantawan (covered bamboo deck) available for special events.
More unique Airbnbs
One of the popular geodomes near the metro is Domescape in Nasugbu, Batangas. It has six tastefully styled domes surrounded by lush greenery and natural pools. So if you’re a nature lover, this is a plus. Each dome comes with AC, comfy beds, and a mini-fridge.
Another dome near Metro Manila is the Dome Mufli King in Laguna. Situated in a glamping site that looks straight out of a sci-fi film, Dome Mufli King runs on solar power. If you stay here, you’ll enjoy a free home-cooked breakfast and the use of kayaks, floaters, and fishing poles. You can test those in the waters of Lumot Lake.
Any of these unique Airbnbs will provide you and yours the perfect opportunity to unwind.
Featured Image Daniella Sison