Airbnb’s Most Liked Property Photos on Instagram in 2020
The 2020 travel restrictions apparently did nothing to curb the urge to travel – as Airbnb demonstrates.
The online rental company revealed the 10 most liked property photos on its Instagram account for the past year, with clicks arriving in the tens of thousands.
The superb residences are located in Provence, Chile, California and Florence. Scroll down to view them in reverse order. Which would be your first choice?
ten. Floating house, Joanopolis, Brazil – £ 175 ($ 240) per night
This off-grid housing in Brazil has become a bucket list item for thousands
Airbnb’s ranking kicks off with this aerial shot of @franparente of a prototype off-grid house in Brazil.
The rental company said: “It’s less than a two hour drive from Sao Paolo – but it feels like you’re in a world of your own.
“Homemade beers and sweets await at the pier, and an endless sea awaits at your private dock. ”
9. Idyll Haus, Idyllwild-Pine Cove, CA, US – £ 237 ($ 325) per night
A ‘lovingly restored’ 1962 A-frame chalet that an Instagram user describes as simply ‘dreamy’
This winter photo takes us to the San Jacinto Mountains in Riverside County, California, and to Superhost Anthony’s “lovingly restored” 1962 Chalet in A.
The list says: “If you are looking for a peaceful and beautifully designed place to relax and disconnect from the busy city life, this is what you need.”
Instagram user “decoratizewithfaith” spoke for all of us when she commented “Dreamy!
8. Window on the Duomo, Florence, Italy – £ 84 ($ 115) per night
Sensational location: The incredible view from this Florence Airbnb looks like a painting – almost too good to be true
“The iconic Florence Cathedral or ‘Duomo’ takes center stage in this incredible photo captured by @girlgoneabroad in an exceptionally well-located artist’s studio, ”explains Airbnb.
He adds, “Dani, your Superhost, designed the place for creative solitude, but you’ll hardly feel alone. Just ask and she’ll point out her favorite walks and restaurants away from the crowds.
7. Dream Frame A, Pond Eddy, New York, USA – £ 288 ($ 395) per night
Comfort factor: This A-frame cabin is said to get more comfortable with every inch of snow
Darby House is a beautiful A-frame house nestled in the woods along the Delaware River.
Airbnb says, “It’s simple science – the upstate cabin of Superhost Karli becomes more comfortable with every inch of snow.
“A place next to the crackling fire is nice, but to achieve maximum comfort you will have to go up to the attic of the bedroom. Even the two hour drive from New York is restorative, especially as you meander over the Delaware River on Hawk’s Nest Highway.
The beautiful image of the property was taken by @ darby.houseupstate.
6. 19th century school, Kingston, New York, USA – £ 365 ($ 500) per night
This converted school is cute as a button on the outside and beautiful on the inside as shown in this picture
Here is the beautiful interior of a beautiful converted old school in upstate New York, captured by @lizaherlands_.
And it’s as cute as a button from the outside.
Critic Kristen said, “It’s not everyday that you can stay in such a unique piece of history. [It’s] exactly as pictured and retains much of its original character, as well as stylish, period-specific updates. The neighborhood is very quiet and close to all that the Hudson Valley has to offer. A comfortable and relaxing getaway.
5. Casa Mom, Pioneertown, CA, USA – from £ 218 ($ 299) per night
If you’re looking for a post-containment escape from the hustle and bustle, this could be the perfect abode.
Airbnb’s summary of this snap will no doubt resonate with many.
He said: ‘Captured by @workingholidaystudio, this image of a pueblo-style house in the Californian desert gives us just enough glimpse to trigger the maximum desire to travel. ‘
Telephone reception apparently does not exist there, but that is part of the appeal. Reviewer Shannon said, “Casa Mami is the perfect place to get away from it all. It is so peaceful and relaxing. There is no cell service and the wifi is quite spotty so be prepared to be completely unplugged which is exactly what we were looking for. We will come back 100%.
4. Tanglebloom cabin, Brookline, VT, United States
Guests of this open-air glamping cabin sleep surrounded by wire mesh “walls” that let in the breeze (and keep insects out)
Nestled in a wooded grove on a flower farm, this handmade outdoor glamping hut was perfectly captured by its hosts.
It’s about a three-hour drive from Boston and can accommodate two people.
The listing says: “The sleeping cabin is comfortable and minimalist with wire mesh ‘walls’ that let in the breeze – and keep the bugs out.’
3. Lodge overlooking the lake, San Marcos La Laguna, Guatemala – £ 58 ($ 79) per night
For the sake of the crater: This villa offers a sensational view of the volcanoes of Lake Atitlan
With a breathtaking panorama of fascinating Lake Atitlan, this glass-fronted villa perched at an elevation of 5,250 feet (1,600 m) on the eastern hills Instagram heaven.
The lake formed in a huge caldera created by a volcanic eruption 84,000 years ago. Today, the shores are home to three volcanoes.
The owners, with some justification, call their accommodation ‘Volcanoview Lodge’.
2. The best view of Quintay, Casablanca, Chile – £ 124 ($ 170) per night
One reviewer was moved to describe this property as the best Airbnb she has ever stayed in
The view from this coastal hut in Chile’s Valparaiso region is truly breathtaking, Airbnb rightly points out.
This photograph of it, by @ diana.arr, has registered more than 67,000 likes. There are undoubtedly many more to come.
Reviewer Nicki wrote: “The best Airbnb we have stayed in. Eduardo is a great host and the loft itself is equipped with everything you need. Unforgettable views! ‘
1. Stone cottage, Saint Victor la Coste, Provence, France – £ 177 ($ 242) per night
Fanstasyland: One reviewer described this Airbnb as being in a “magical parallel universe”
Tail drum roll. This is the most liked photo on Airbnb’s Instagram profile in 2020. It was taken by @bonitte and has amassed over 76,000 likes.
It shows the outdoor swimming pool of Chateau St Victor la Coste in Provence, a 16th century mansion that makes it a truly unforgettable getaway.
The reviews, unsurprisingly, are rave. Helena wrote: “We spent four days in the parallel magical universe of Chateau St Victor la Coste. Due to the heat, we spent a lot of time by the pool, reading books, listening to garden life, watching yellow butterflies flying around the roses. Alison and Costas were more than you could ask for in hosts. Accessible, authentic and a great sense of humor. ‘