With the most famous block of hotel rooms in the world, Las Vegas runs the gamut of places to stay: from the Four Seasons down to Motel 6. So why even consider booking an Airbnb there? Because some Las Vegas accommodations deliver what the Strip can’t. Here are our picks for the seven most unique Airbnbs currently for rent in Las Vegas.
Average night: $5,507
If having an entire resort to yourself is how you roll, this one includes a grotto, waterfall, multiple swim-up bars, and individual rooms for up to 11 of your friends. The 13,000 square-foot property, formerly known as the D&D Mansion, includes a main house, a two-story casita, and spa building. There are also five kitchens – including one designed for a professional chef – 13 bathrooms, a gym (of course), a library (a what?), and a 3,000-bottle wine cellar.
Average night: $3,071
If your villa isn’t complete without your own alley to bowl turkeys on while reciting lines from “The Big Lebowski,” this 11-bedroom number has two bowling lanes, as well as indoor and outdoor basketball courts, a pool (heated for an extra charge), and two spas.
Palms Place Penthouse
Average night: $1,450
When you want your own private jacuzzi on a balcony dangling 500 feet in the air, your own movie room, and two entirely other jacuzzis in the same 3,300 square foot penthouse, then the Excalibur probably can’t help you.
Average night: $1,571
How many times have you found yourself in a vintage 1950’s four-bedroom in historic downtown Las Vegas with its own pool, art gallery, bar, multiple fire pits and a balancing garden, that seems perfectly great until you realize … Damn, there’s no recording studio! The Creative Oasis solves that problem once and for all, with a studio stocked with instruments.
Vdara Corner Penthouse
Average night: $756
One of the “secret suites” at Vdara that can’t be booked directly through the hotel, this 3-bedroom corner penthouse puts you right above the Bellagio fountains and comes with a full kitchen and access to the Vdara pool.
Peacock Tiny House
Average night: $128
If your ideal vacation is one away from dangling jacuzzis, recording studios, and civilization itself, the Peacock is one of two tiny houses on a working dude ranch with horseback riding, cattle drives, and occasional actual rodeo events. The rooftop patio is a stargazer’s paradise. It’s one hour south of Las Vegas in Sandy Valley Ranch, near Death Valley, Tecopa Hot Springs, and Good Springs, home of the Pioneer Saloon. Pleasant dreams!
Las Vegas Glamping
Average night: $173
If even a tiny house is too much civilization for you, Airbnb has you covered, too – with only a thin flap of fabric. Glamping Adventures offers glamorous camping on a site with outdoor mountain views and, according to the reviews, “friendly alpacas,” about 20 minutes west of the Strip. Because you never want the unfriendly alpacas.
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