Written by Ann Choltida from chillwall.com
Thinking of renting an Airbnb in your travels? If you are travelling to any of the following places, and are looking for cool and unconventional places to stay, check these places out!
The Seashell House, Isla Mujeres, Mexico
Influenced by the “mountains” of seashells around it, this house was actually built to resemble a seashell and it has gained worldwide fame for its unique design. Take the round staircase up to the master bedroom, which boasts two king-sized beds and stunning views of the Caribbean Sea. The property boasts a private pool and a barbeque. The house is located only 15 minutes away from the beach which attracts bathers and snorkelers.
Rainforest Tree House, Alajuela, Costa Rica
Located three hours north of San Jose airport, this handcrafted tree house is a charming and funky space. The guests can access the 35-acre rainforest reserve with hot and cool spring pools as well as the hiking trails in the rainforest (all for free!). Other activities include bird-watching and fossil hunting. The main floor is a loft style room with a kitchenette and two twin-sized beds. The Master bedroom on the second floor features a queen-sized bed with an orthopedic mattress and hypoallergenic bedding.
Cube House, Rotterdam, Netherlands
This sunshine yellow cube shaped house is situated in the very centre of Rotterdam. In front of the house is one of the biggest markets in The Netherlands (open on Tuesdays and Saturdays). The house is spread over three floors and accommodates four people, with a cozy box room at the top that offers an epic 360-degree view. The district features 38 other famous cube houses (not for rent) that are all attached to each other in an unconventional manner. Amsterdam is less than an hour away by train.
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About Ann Choltida
Ann Choltida is a salesperson at Right at Home Realty Inc., Brokerage. Real Estate has been her passion since she moved to Canada 6 years ago. She is an avid supporter of Habitat for Humanity and volunteers at Kadampa temple. She loves to travel and has worked in the jewellery industry for several years before becoming involved in real estate. To find out more please visit www.Property416.com