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7 Airbnbs We’d Book Again In A Heartbeat

By DeAnna Taylor

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As you begin to lock down your travel itinerary for 2019, finding the perfect accommodation should be the least of your worries. Check out these Airbnbs that we have used for past trips. We would definitely book them again in a heartbeat.

 

New Orleans Vintage Townhouse

Our managing editor, Nadia, stayed in this 2-bedroom home while in New Orleans. It is close to Tulane University and will run you around $120 per night. Nadia says “the pictures don’t do it justice.”

 

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Kuala Lumpur luxury high-rise

This listing at The Face Suites in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is probably the most booked Airbnb for the city. In addition to a luxury apartment, guests have access to an infinity pool on the 51st floor. I had the pleasure of staying here for only $43 per night and would definitely stay again if I went back.

 

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Luxury Farmhouse in Italy

Travel Noire’s founder, Zim, lists this as her hands down favorite Airbnb. Located in Parrano, Italy all meals are even included in your stay. This award winning boutique hotel is what you need to go off the beaten path and recharge.

 

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Related: 7 Airbnb ‘Rare Finds’ You Can Still Book For New Years Eve


Contemporary villa in Antigua

This stunning villa can fit up to 6 guests. The beautifully finished property overlooks one of the loveliest harbor sites of the world. It will run you around $321 per night, but that view is worth it.

 

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Cape Town tri-level penthouse

This 3-story penthouse apartment is located in the Bo-Kaap neighborhood in Cape Town. It’s conveniently located to lots of coffee shops and restaurants while boasting amazing view of Lion’s Head.

 

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Marrakech villa perfect for retreats

This authentic Moroccan home has been booked twice by Zim. It features 5 bedrooms and a large swimming pool. The accommodation comes with a maid and optional chef. It is only 25 minutes from the heart of Marrakech.

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Quaint Cartagena apartment

This amazing and luxurious apartment is located in the heart of the walled city. It reflects the beauty if the Republican period of Cartagena. It’s a one-bedroom and one bath apartment that will run you around $105 per night.

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DeAnna Taylor

DeAnna Taylor is a criminal defense Attorney turned travel writer. The Charlotte native recently completed one year abroad working as an English teacher in South Korea. Her hobbies include fitness, traveling to new countries, and trying new foods.

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