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  • Superhost Christian’s renovated 1950s house is rustic on the outside but artfully chic within. Soak up the panoramic mountain view from your front porch before heading to Joshua Tree National Park for the day. Just try to save enough energy for backyard bocce ball under the stars.

Photo: @yuccasita
  • Your host, Darrel, welcomes you to his tiny home in suburban Atlanta with fresh eggs from his free-roaming chickens. When you first walk in, you might notice a thick bench made of 200-year-old plantation wood. This is one of the many eclectic pieces incorporated into the modern-rustic design, each with a unique history, that Darrel picked because they felt “perfectly imperfect.” Along with the farmhouse decor and cozy 2nd-story bedroom—enclosed by a Dutch roof frame—this #AirbnbPlus home has big charm for a small space.

Tap the link in our bio to read more about Darrel’s story and his #AirbnbPlus tiny homes.
  • Lost in tropical jungle, Risyiana’s loft-style villa overlooks a Balinese rice field and is a comfortable distance away from downtown Ubud. Start the day with a dip in the infinity pool, then use Risyiana’s personal guidebook to plan downtown fun. If you love to cook, the centerpiece of this modern industrial #AirbnbPlus home is a super-sized kitchen with 20ft ceilings. If you don’t, no worries—there’s a personal chef available for house visits.

Photo: @haighahouse_ubud
  • Even though Havana is a city with thousands of working musicians, it’s not easy to find if you don’t know where to look. Airbnb Experience host and local legend DJ Jigüe knows exactly where to take you. “What’s going on in Cuba’s music scene is something historic.” Click the link in our bio for more Airbnb Experiences.
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MICHAEL PHILLIPS

No man prefers to sleep two in a bed. In fact, you would a good deal rather not sleep with your own brother. I don’t know how it is, but people like to be private when they are sleeping. And when it comes to sleeping with an unknown stranger, in a strange inn, in a strange town, and that stranger a harpooneer, then your objections indefinitely multiply.

Nor was there any earthly reason why I as a sailor should sleep two in a bed, more than anybody else; for sailors no more sleep two in a bed at sea, than bachelor Kings do ashore. To be sure they all sleep together in one apartment, but you have your own hammock, and cover yourself with your own blanket, and sleep in your own skin.

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For with the charts of all four oceans before him, Ahab was threading a maze of currents and eddies, with a view to the more certain accomplishment of that monomaniac thought of his soul.

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The more I pondered over this harpooneer, the more I abominated the thought of sleeping with him. It was fair to presume that being a harpooneer, his linen or woollen, as the case might be, would not be of the tidiest.

  • Superhost Christian’s renovated 1950s house is rustic on the outside but artfully chic within. Soak up the panoramic mountain view from your front porch before heading to Joshua Tree National Park for the day. Just try to save enough energy for backyard bocce ball under the stars.

Photo: @yuccasita
  • Your host, Darrel, welcomes you to his tiny home in suburban Atlanta with fresh eggs from his free-roaming chickens. When you first walk in, you might notice a thick bench made of 200-year-old plantation wood. This is one of the many eclectic pieces incorporated into the modern-rustic design, each with a unique history, that Darrel picked because they felt “perfectly imperfect.” Along with the farmhouse decor and cozy 2nd-story bedroom—enclosed by a Dutch roof frame—this #AirbnbPlus home has big charm for a small space.

Tap the link in our bio to read more about Darrel’s story and his #AirbnbPlus tiny homes.
  • Lost in tropical jungle, Risyiana’s loft-style villa overlooks a Balinese rice field and is a comfortable distance away from downtown Ubud. Start the day with a dip in the infinity pool, then use Risyiana’s personal guidebook to plan downtown fun. If you love to cook, the centerpiece of this modern industrial #AirbnbPlus home is a super-sized kitchen with 20ft ceilings. If you don’t, no worries—there’s a personal chef available for house visits.

Photo: @haighahouse_ubud
  • Even though Havana is a city with thousands of working musicians, it’s not easy to find if you don’t know where to look. Airbnb Experience host and local legend DJ Jigüe knows exactly where to take you. “What’s going on in Cuba’s music scene is something historic.” Click the link in our bio for more Airbnb Experiences.
  • Superhost Paola turned this traditional trullo (stone hut) into a cozy retreat. Stay in for dinner under your pergola—Paola might even stop by with some olive oil made from the surrounding trees. Or head into town to start figuring out which of the family-owned osterias around the main piazza is your favorite.
  • Superhost Mohammed runs the Bedouin Experience Camp in the middle of a desert in Al Qattar. Trek out to his goat hair tents, and he’ll help you feel at home right away with some of his home-made Bedoiun tea. When night falls and the stars come out (Milky Way included) he’ll make a bonfire and share a few funny stories. With that level of kindness, it's no surprise he's made Superhost seven times in a row.
  • This lush garden house by the beach features two pools, one waterfall and some very welcoming resident pups. Your Superhost, Cristina, can point you toward adventures like rainforest hikes, windsurfing on the São Sebastião Channel or a day trip to Ilha das Cabras to snorkel among turtles and seahorses.

Photo: @numpulo
  • Marilyne and her husband renovated an old family barn to create this rustic retreat among rolling vineyards. To get a feel for local life, head into the tiny village and see what’s happening at Café Associatif Radio Tilleul, a community-operated gathering spot.

Photo: @carolinekyle
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