13 Airbnb Trends to Book in 2023: From Wales to Malibu
Airbnb trends are a hot topic in the GLAMOR office right now. It’s never too early to start thinking about a holidaysand with the end of 2022 in sight, we are all furiously browsing Airbnb to all opportunity looking for our next getaway. But with thousands of properties to choose from in the whole worldhe can be a bit overwhelming. Fortunately, Airbnb added six new categories useful for finding stays you never thought to search, and one of them is Airbnb Trend.
As the name suggests, Airbnb Trend is a, well, trendy Airbnbs edition. Read: Highly rated homes that are generating increased interest. Technically speaking, this means they will have had more ad views (read: clicks) that week than the week before. And as you’d expect from a highly rated home, the hosts tend to be superhosts offering an extra level of reassurance when it comes to booking.
Although the trend may suggest a change in super luxury properties all located in Majorcathere are currently homes located all over the world in the trending category, including Great Britain. So whether you want to spend a weekend in a vacation home or just a escape the city without having to fly, there are many options. Likewise, for those who are more adventurous, you can find some really dreamy Airbnb listings. I mean, where else would you be lucky enough to stay in a tree house?
One of the best trending picks right now is this one Mexican villa. Calling all grooms and brides-to-be, did someone say perfect honeymoon destination?! Nestled in the middle of the Tulum jungle and with its own bowlit is the greatest need relaxing break after the stress of wedding Planning. do not forget to pack your Solar cream!
The other five new search categories on the site include news for newly added homes; top of the world for properties approximately 10,000 feet above sea level for clients wanting unlimited views; adapted which only completely lists Wheelchair accessible Properties; play for houses with fun elements such as game rooms, swimming pools and basketball courts; and finally the hanoks which are traditional Korean houses built with natural materials.
But without wanting to specify our research too much, we are content to scroll through all the trending Airbnb listings and wait for inspiration to strike. The only downside? Trendy means popular, so if you see a place you like, better book fast…