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Discover 10 of the Coolest Airbnbs Around the World

From rustic yurts to converted 19th century chapels, we've highlighted 10 of the coolest Airbnbs that have been uploaded to Pao from around the world. These stays each offer something unique and are sure to transform your vacation into an unforgettable experience. Time to book your next trip!

1. Satori Oasis and Treehouse

Ubud, Indonesia

This amazing Airbnb has the friendliest staff you will ever meet. Enjoy a stunning two-tiered pool above rice beds with floating breakfast upon request. From the villa, you can explore Ubud and visit the Tirta Empul Temple to learn about a Hindi washing ritual!

2. Bode’s General Merchandise

Abiquiu, New Mexcico

This yurt is perfect for your next peaceful and rustic getaway. The yurt is beautifully decorated with stunning woodwork details! Step outside, and enjoy the high desert of the Chama River Valley, surrounded by incredible nature and hiking.

3. El nido de Quetzalcóatl

Naucalpan de Juárez, Mexico

Named after the Aztec feathered serpent god Quetzalcoatl, this Airbnb is an architectural dream. The place was built to blend organically with the surrounding nature, and the grounds feature incredible botanical gardens.

4. Dali Apartments

Skopie, North Macedonia

This eclectic apartment is located right next to the Macedonian parliament. It’s inspired by the art of Gaudi and Salvador Dali and has three balconies, an elevator, and even a sword!

5. Fin and Feather Inn

Victor, Idaho

This adorable tent is the perfect option for a glamping experience! The remote and private space provides beautiful views of the Big Hole mountains or the night sky from the cute adirondack chairs on the attached deck.

6. Calçada Cascão

Lisboa, Portugal

This colorful Airbnb is in the perfect location to discover the city. The host Tommy is so kind and provides great recommendations about what to do in Lisboa. The views from the apartment are stunning!

7. Creekside Haven

Sequim, Washington

This sweet bed and breakfast in the Olympic Peninsula is the perfect place for a homey stay. The spacious grounds are filled with beautiful flowers and plants, and the owners are so kind!

8. Chapel Lane

North Cerney, United Kingdom

This cozy and modern cottage was converted from a 19th century chapel! Located on a quiet lane, it’s the perfect place to stay while exploring the lovely countryside of the Cotswalds.

9. Hostel Fish

Denver, Colorado

This hostel features luxe decor and bunk style rooms. It’s located right in the heart of Denver with easy access to chill breweries and the 16th Street Mall!

10. Casa Galpy

Noord, Aruba

This Airbnb is the ideal spot for a beachy vacation. The incredible outdoor space features a pool and dining space. The location is perfectly removed from the tourists but still close to the beach!

Want to find more dreamy Airbnbs? Download Pao to find hidden gems around the world!

Curated by Pao team member Emily Davidson!

Pao username @emilyd

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Anna Zervos


Anna graduated from UCLA in 2017 where she studied psychology and cognitive science. Her passion for travel, design, and psychology fuel her passion for Pao. On the Pao team she is in charge of feature development, business strategy, UI/UX, and big picture marketing strategies. Anna has been to over 40 countries and plans to keep that number growing. She hopes to inspire people to get outside their comfort zones and eventually give back to people who aren’t able to.

Favorite food

Tacos, burritos, nachos, quesadillas

Favorite band

The 1975

Favorite movie genre

Psychological horror/thriller

Favorite hobby

Singing and playing guitar

Favorite place in the world

Antipaxos, Greece

Sara Zervos


Sara is has a PhD in Economics and spent 22 years in the finance industry managing teams and over $20bn in assets. She is Pao’s CFO and CTO, and also spearheads business development and AI initiatives. She has traveled to over 57 countries, adores animals and the outdoors. Sara loves to connect with people and help them learn and strive to be their best selves.

Favorite food

Peanut Butter

Favorite band


Favorite movie genre

Sci Fi

Favorite hobby

Salsa Dancing

Favorite place in the world

Kauai & New Zealand are tied