Wednesday, August 12, 2020 Edition: U.S. & World | Regional

The Most Expensive Luxury Airbnb Listings You Can Rent

Airbnb offers everything from a night on someone’s couch to amazing luxury estates. Since we’re just daydreaming, we wanted to look at some of the most expensive luxury Airbnb listings you can rent. Unless you’re an A-list celebrity, business mogul, or royalty, you probably won’t be in the market for these properties but there’s no harm in looking.

In recent years, Airbnb has soared in popularity. It grants its sellers the opportunity to quickly turn their empty properties into cash, and buyers the ability to rent accommodation in their chosen destination per night, for a truly authentic experience. Many of properties are relatively inexpensive, but there’s a wealthy few that are willing to offer out their exceptional living spaces for a princely sum. We’ve done some searching and found the most impressive for you.
Hertfordshire, London – $870 per night

This property situated in North London will set you back a fair amount, but must be worth it to spend time in such a unique place. In fact, you might consider it a bargain! As you approach from the long private drive, you’ll see the old 1860’s tower that stands front and centre of the house. Inside, there are 6 bedrooms, two open fires, beautiful oak floors and low authentic wooden beams to give it that rural feel.
Hertfordshire, London
Loire Valley, France – $8950 per night

This chateau is fit for a king. With 17 bedrooms and 15 bathrooms, your family and all your friends can relax in the French countryside in style. With a heated swimming pool, sauna, a billiards room, trampolines and 50 hectares of estate, there’s plenty for everyone to do, so long as you don’t get lost inside the property!
Loire Valley, France
San Francisco, California – $9300 per night

So you’ve just rocked the Superbowl during the half time show, where else would you disappear to if you were Beyonce? She retreated to this incredible property in the Californian hills, with five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, it’s very own wine cellar and an infinity pool. If you get bored of relaxing indoors, there’s 12-acres of land to explore too! Justin Bieber has also spent a fair amount of time here, too.
San Francisco, California
Toscana, Italy – $6865 per night

This property looks like something straight out of a film. The building was in a state of disrepair for years, until someone restored it to its former glory in 2000. Remaining true to it’s heritage and original features, it has ten bedrooms, marble bathtubs and crystal chandeliers. The owners will even hold private wine tasting sessions in the kitchen at the guest’s request.
Nosy Be, Madagascar – $2591 per night

With it’s thatched roof and wooden beams you’re looking for, this villa is the perfect paradise getaway. A member of staff is on hand at all times to assist you with food, or even planning trips for the day if you fancy an adventure. Of course it has a pool, but it also has an outdoor projector to create a small cinema area. It overlooks beautiful views on the Nosy Be sea, all for a fairly low cost considering what you get!
Nosy Be, Madagascar
New Orleans – $9225 per night

A-listers love this Airbnb listing for its sheer grandeur. This is a 4,000 square foot house with four suites, each with their own ensuite bathrooms. With beautiful hanging chandeliers and idyllic pool surrounded with historic brickwork, it’s clear to see why people happily pay so much to stay here. Outside, it looks like a mini White House!
New Orleans
Luxury Yacht, California – $9200 per night

Who knew Airbnb wasn’t just for landlocked property, but also yachts! This 112 foot yacht comes with its own captain and chef that provide service at any hour of the day. During the day, you can enjoy snorkelling, diving and fishing, whilst in the evening taking to the deck to have a romantic dinner with the setting sun as your backdrop.
Luxury Yacht, California
Cayman Islands – $9215 per night

You’d be excused for expecting a huge property with more rooms than you have friends for this price tag, but this listing is actually a small two bedroom. However, it’s the location that makes it worth the money, as it offers an amazing panoramic view of the Caribbean Sea to enjoy with your friend or loved one. Plus there’s use of the pool, which is always a winner.
Cayman Islands
Auckland, New Zealand – $5645 per night

If you love golf, then this listing is definitely one for you. With its own 9- hole golf course, you can play all day until your heart’s content and then relax in the evening. With a swimming pool and a jacuzzi, you can then retreat to one of the luxurious 5 bedrooms after a busy day. If you grow bored with golf, there’s also a gym, a tennis court, and lake to have a leisurely walk around. With 92-acres of land, this is definitely a good choice for people that are looking for a luxury trip away with plenty to do. And, of course, you will be in gorgeous New Zealand.
Auckland, New Zealand
Utah – $9225 per night

This listing looks absolutely stunning from the outside with incredibly designed stone work that continues in the interior of the property. There’s a balcony at the front of the property that offers amazing views of Deer Valley and the Unita mountain range. Of course, if you’d rather stay inside, there’s a billiards room with an open fire, a gym with a steam room, and a specially designed cinema area.
Ironwood, Michigan – $1218 per night

This property may not be as grand as the others in the list, but, set into the mountains, it provides a great opportunity to ski, bike and snowmobile, all of which are included! Inside there are nine luxurious bedrooms, a pool table and a bar. The owners make you breakfast in the morning and are at hand to tell you everything there is to know about the area. It’s expensive but actually sounds like really good value for money!
Ironwood, Michigan
Brooklyn, New York – $7380 per night

Built in 1887, this Airbnb is full to the brim of vintage furniture that makes it look like it’s straight out of the movies. And it might well be, considering you can also rent it out for 12 hour film shoots if you need a picture perfect setting. With two grand open fires and beautifully designed ceilings, it’s very easy on the eye. With it being in New York City, you can be sure that you’ll never get bored. If you’ve got the money, then this listing is perfect as a base for exploring The Big Apple in style.
Brooklyn, New York
It’s amazing how many incredible properties are available through Airbnb. And it’s crazy to imagine being able to afford to rent these most expensive luxury Airbnb rentals. Dream on.


  1. Ferd Mark
    August 23, 2017 - 12:55 pm

    Sounds unfortunate, but I don’t think I can afford to spend a night in any of these Airbnb listings. Though if I was to choose any, I’d definitely go for the Luxury Yacht, California. I like the fishing activity attached to it.

  2. Caitlin
    August 23, 2017 - 4:55 pm

    Wow. These properties leave me absolutely gobsmacked! My major question is why the people who live in such gorgeous places could possibly give it up for other people to stay there! While the price tags are absolutely stunning, I think the properties themselves are the true surprise. I can’t even imagine renting a huge estate in Italy or England. I would have to say that my favorite is in France. I can’t imagine renting a place with seventeen bedrooms, but maybe that way if we split the price it…

  3. Halyna R.
    August 23, 2017 - 5:21 pm

    I wouldn’t mind spending the night at one of those houses like the chateau in Loire Valley or the residence in Toscana. Those places look like you can really feel the presence of history in there. But those are so expensive it would make more sense if they came with a chef like the yacht does. Add in a few maids and footmen and it would feel like being in a costume drama. I could pretend to be a character from Downton Abbey. Although I doubt that in that case I’d be able to leave after just one…

  4. Augustine Maurice
    August 23, 2017 - 6:23 pm

    Looking at the features of these Airbnb listings, one may be tempted to desire some hours in all, but this seems impossible. I’d like to spend days in the Airbnb in Brooklyn, New York because I can’t just resist its vintage features including furniture. But this would have been better if it had a sort of yacht, making fishing available.

  5. Catherine Matt
    August 24, 2017 - 7:32 am

    Looks really nice but damn expensive! However, If I have my way whenever I’m in France I’d go for Loire Valley.

  6. Joanne
    August 24, 2017 - 11:27 am

    The Utah one is like a winter wonderland.
    And the Hertfordshire one is like a fairytale house. Would definitely visit at least half of them. Toscana looks like the place for a chill summer romance. However right now they’re not very accessible for me. They look amazingly beautiful though.


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