The Coolest Airbnbs in the United States • The Blonde Abroad


Coolest Airbnbs to Stay at in the United States Coyote House Joshua Tree

Renting an Airbnb is one of my favorite ways to see the country. You can find places nestled in neighborhoods and get a local’s perspective while finding charming abodes with some serious design goals! So, fusing both amazing aesthetics with dreamy destinations, I’m bringing you the coolest Airbnbs to stay at in the United States!

It’s not every day you can stay in a Hawaiian treehouse, a 2-story container home, or practically on the beach in Malibu…

Without further ado, let’s bring on the beauties!

Fern Forest, Hawaii

Captain Cook, Hawaii

When you think of the ultimate Hawaiian holiday, you’ll probably imagine a quiet and peaceful village where all you can hear are waves crashing and the calls of local birds. Well, this Bali Cottage in Kealakekua Bay on the Big Island of Hawaii will provide just that!

Crafted from antique Balinese panels, it’s almost like you’ll get to experience two unique places in one! 

The tropical yard is complete with a charming gazebo and barbecue…and tons of local birds! No need to drive to the beach—you can walk in just under two minutes to a beautiful beach park!

Yucca Valley, California

At the crossroads of Pioneer Town and Joshua Tree is the modern, eclectic and seriously groovy Coyote House.

Head to a show at Pappy & Harriet’s, hike through the national park, or enjoy the evening lounging in the tub as shooting stars zip past you—this will be your home away from home.

Really want to embrace all the desert vibes? There are a ton of vintage shops along 29 Palms Highway. A five-minute drive will take you to incredible desert boulders, too!

Finish off the day with a drink in Pioneer Town!


Joshua Tree, California

Malibu, California

Want to fall asleep to the sound of ocean waves and wake up to seagulls calling? Hello, dream California home! This Rustic Beachfront Apartment in Malibu is the definition of bliss with its light and airy feeling.

Located just above the sand and surf, it’s the ideal spot to enjoy the beach or explore Malibu’s coast and many restaurants. 

Oh, and it was just named as one of Conde Nast Traveler’s Top 7 Airbnbs in Los Angeles (holy smokes!). I’d suggest getting in here before it completely books up!


Aptos, California

Denver, Colorado

Do you love exposed brickwork as much as I do? Prepare to be charmed!

This Historic Carriage House once sheltered horses in the late 1800s, but now it’s home to something much different: quirky décor!

Located in Denver’s oldest neighborhood, this would be such a fun location for a photo tour, followed by an afternoon of sampling Denver’s finest craft breweries and restaurants. Yes, please!!


Waco, Texas

If you’re a Joanna Gaines fan, you know ALL about Waco, Texas and Magnolia Market. Well, her designs are not the only stunning things in Waco!

Surrounded by trees and cattle, this 2-Story Container Home is such a unique place to stay when exploring the rural neighborhood, and it’s not too far from the famed Magnolia Market.

The upstairs suite features a rooftop deck, perfect for an evening cocktail. Fixer Upper fans will be glad to see all the pine shiplap and barn wood throughout!


Chicago, Illinois

Want to experience city life in Chicago? Always wondered what the inside of one of those fancy lofts might look like? This Industrial-Style Loft mixes its historical roots with modern elements.

There’s a seriously cool Art Deco ceiling that you’ve just got to see for yourself!

The loft is situated pretty close to Logan Square—an area with tons of delicious restaurants and fun bars. For those that are big on history, the building itself is located between South Old Irving and Kilbourn parks—in one of Chicago’s most interesting historic neighborhoods.

A major bonus? If you’ve rented a car or are on a road trip through the US, this place comes with a complimentary parking spot. Boooyah!


New Orleans is always a fun place to visit! At this Bywater Beauty, you can soak up all the Victorian vibes while you relax on the spacious front porch.

This place was recently featured on an HGTV renovation show…so, there’s no wonder the interior is so modern and chic!

The Bywater neighborhood is hip and historic with its many restaurants, bars, riverfront park, and creative patrons. In case you’re wanting to venture to the French Quarter, it’s less than a mile away!


Savannah, Georgia

Talk about eye-catching! That green velvet couch sitting in front of the fireplace with the exposed brickwork is the definition of house goals.

Located on the third story of a darling Victorian home, this sweet spot lets all the light in. I’m a big fan of the high ceilings and bay windows. Plus, if you want to sleep in—go for it! This place has blackout curtains and plush king bed. 🙂

Less than half a block from Forsyth Park, there’s always something fun going on down the street. From festivals to the Saturday Farmers’ Market, there’s no shortage of happenings here! Want to explore downtown Savannah? Take the scenic route—it’s only a 15-minute walk!


Asheville, North Carolina

What’s the cutest Airbnb you’ve stayed at in the US? Let me know in the comments below—I’d love to check it out!


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