Unique Airbnb Apartments in Europe (That I’ve Stayed at)

December 18, 2015,

The idea for this blog post was actually not mine  on an Instagram post, I was raving about one of my unique Airbnb apartments. A follower suggested that I share the links to the Airbnb apartments I stayed at throughout my trip. I’ve selected a handful of my favourites and am sharing them here. These are the accommodations I’d return to in a heartbeat. I’ve also included a little information on why I’d return and what made them standout. 

Unique Airbnb Apartment in Amsterdam Private loft in Amsterdam
This loft in Amsterdam was perfect – zen but cozy. The host, Hester, is a designer and has decorated the apartment with authentic artisanal pieces: a colourful and unique Moroccan rug and a beautiful, Egyptian fairy tale lamp. The apartment is a scenic 30-minute walk/train ride to the city center.
Price: 105 CAD/night

Unique Airbnb Apartment in Budapest / Old Jewish QuarterModern apartment in the Old Jewish Quarter in Budapest
I love an open-concept apartment – great natural light, airy and open. What’s great about Budapest is that accommodation is very inexpensive – this apartment felt luxurious but was very affordable. And to top it off, the location was perfect: you will be in the center of everything, right in the Old Jewish quarter.
Price: 65 CAD/night 

Unique Airbnb Apartment in Rome / Nomentana CoppedèApartment in Nomentano neighbourhood, Rome
This apartment might have been a 20-minute walk from the city center but we were able to explore a part of Rome that most tourists don’t: the Nomentano neighbourhood and Coppedè, with its unique Art Nouveau architecture, vegan gelateria and a beautiful quiet piazza, Piazza Mincio.
Price: 105 CAD/night


It’s your turn –
What is important to you when you book accomodation?
Have you stayed at any unique Airbnb apartments?
Share below! 

 Unique Airbnb Apartments in Europe - That I'd Return To! // at happiestwhenexploring.com

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4 Comments

  • Reply Ilena C. December 19, 2015 at 1:21 am

    Your places were beautiful! How wonderful to experience anywhere in the world this way.

    In 2013 my husband and I spent a month in Rome at an Airbnb in the Monti neighbourhood. It was wonderful to go do the groceries, have a washing machine, dishwasher and live like a local in the Eternal City.

    Great photos and great inspirations!

  • Reply Celia December 19, 2015 at 2:59 am

    The one in Budapest looks cute:)

    • Reply Happiest When Exploring December 22, 2015 at 7:17 pm

      It really was! And in an old, beautiful building as well! A nice mix between the old & the new!

  • Reply Laura Verbich December 19, 2015 at 5:57 pm

    SIGH! I LOVE and miss these places SO much!!!! <3 🙂 I also loved our CPH place!

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