These Are Airbnb’s Most Instagrammable Properties

By Ellie Smith

5 months ago

From bamboo homes in Bali to cosy cabins in upstate New York

From dreamy beachfront homes in the Caribbean to uber-chic apartments in midtown New York, Airbnb is a treasure trove of travel inspiration. But which properties are the most photogenic? The platform has revealed its top 10 most liked homes on Instagram from 2023, and it seems we’re all loving craving isolated retreats at the moment. Read on to find out Airbnb’s most Instagrammable homes.

Punta Quintay, Quintay Casablanca, Chile

This idyllic one-bedroom villa is perched on the Chilean coast, boasting incredible views over Quintay’s Playa Grande. Described as ‘paradise on earth’ by a previous guest, the home is surrounded by rocks and gardens, ideal for a romantic couples getaway.

Eco bamboo house in Bali

Aura House, Abiansemal, Indonesia

The ultimate off-grid stay in Bali, Aura House is a unique property made with bamboo. Located just 25 minutes from Ubud on the west bank of the River Ayung, it feels totally immersed in nature, with the option to organise massages, yoga sessions and bamboo-related workshops.

Bathroom in a jungle property in Tulum

Jungle Home, Tulum, Mexico

Characterised by its breezy boho-chic vibe, Tulum is one of the most Instagrammable places in the world, so no surprise it has an abundance of aesthetic Airbnbs. But one has risen above the rest in terms of reeling in the likes: this little sanctuary in the middle of the jungle. It features two bedrooms and a roof terrace, with a cenote in walking distance.

Ocean view villa in Costa Rica

Ocean View Villa, Santa Teresa Beach, Costa Rica

This luxurious, modern villa sits atop a hill by Santa Teresa Beach in Costa Rica, nestled within the mango trees and overlooking the ocean. Spread across three levels, it has a sleek, modern design, with an indoor outdoor feel and a beautiful infinity pool.

Treehouse in Tuscany

Tuscan Tree House, Florence, Italy

Switch off in style in this treehouse retreat, immersed in the Tuscan countryside, in the garden of a local family. Relax amid the olive trees, swim in the pool and enjoy a digital detox: there’s no Wi-Fi in the treehouse (though if you do need it, it’s available in the communal garden nearby).

Lagoon floating camp in Tofino

Lagoon Float Camp, Tofino, Canada

Love the water? Hop aboard this floating glamping experience in Clayoquot Sound in Canada. Accessed via a short boat trip from Tofino, the canvas bell tent is surrounded by forest, water and marine life, complete with a wood-fired sauna.

Log cabin in upstate New York

The Upstate A, Hudson Valley, United States

After a few hectic days in New York, head upstate to this cabin on a quiet cul-de-sac in the Hudson Valley. The quirky house is immersed within nature, with a living room featuring a glass facade overlooking the trees, three bedrooms and a modern kitchen. Enjoy hiking in summer and skiing in the winter – and fresh air and serenity year-round.

Log cabin in upstate New York

Chic Log Cabin, Eldred, United States

It’s all about the cosy vibes at this log cabin in the Catskills, set beside a mountain stream a couple of hours from New York. With its riverfront sauna, hammock and fire pit, it’s designed for total relaxation, with vintage Danish and American mid-century furniture bringing all the Instagrammable snaps.

Treehouse on a farm in Vermont

Tanglebloom Flower Farm Glamping, Brookline, VT, United States

One for the real nature lovers: glamp in an open-air cabin in a forested grove on Vermont’s Tanglebloom Flower Farm. Best suited to couples or solo travellers, this retreat features a transparent roof and screened walls, creating the feel that you’re truly sleeping in the wild.

Beachfront retreat in Australia

Meditative Beachfront Retreat, Walkerville North, Australia

Last but certainly not least: a house overlooking Victoria’s South Gippsland coastline in Australia. It’s all about the minimalist aesthetic, with a sunny Australian twist, with a large deck looking out at Waratah Bay and Wilson Promontory beyond.