4 Floating Airbnbs in Florida to Rent With Your Friends This Summer
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There are exceptionally creative people Airbnb in Florida there that make getting to your destination half the fun. It doesn’t matter whether you stay in a fancy hotel or an expensive hostel when you could be sleeping in a tree house, get cozy in a quaint cabin, or even float off to dreamland in a houseboat all to yourself. If the latter option struck you as particularly appealing, then check out this list of Floating Airbnbs in Florida.
Perfect for solo trips, weekend getaways with your bae, or even a group trip with your best friends, these floating rentals allow you to wake up to views you won’t find anywhere else. The best part is that most of them are quite affordable, especially if you split the cost among friends.
So grab your bathing suits with your pillows and get ready to embark on one of the best overnight stays you’ve ever had at these stunning Sunshine State floating rentals.
The Tiki Suite
The Tiki Suite.
Price: $649 per night
Location: Key West
Why you should go: The Tiki Suite takes the most romantic parts of boat life and adds space and comfort to deliver a glamping experience on the water like no other. You’ll even have access to hammocks, stand-up paddle boards, and snorkel gear.
famous small houseboat
Famous little houseboat.
Price: $169 per night
Why you need to go: You and a friend could stay in this little houseboat that was featured in HGTVTiny house hunters. It’s a scenic spot that sits along the Monroe Harbor marina and just 20 minutes from Orlando.
Price: $129 per night
Location: Saint Augustine
Why you need to go: With two bedrooms, plus a bathroom and large shower, there’s plenty of room for your fellow travelers. the ship is also moored just one mile from the heart of English Landing and overlooks the San Sebastian River.
These prices and occupancy conditions are confirmed at the time of publication, but may change at any time. Taxes and fees may not be included.
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This article has been updated since it was first published on July 1, 2020.