Airbnb owners are now bringing the worlds of Harry Potter and Disney's "Frozen" to life. The attention to detail of these homes will stun you, as they genuinely appear to have recreated their themed to their last details. After all, why sleep in a boring old hotel when you can sleep in a spaceship?
Off-Grid Adobe Dome in the Desert
This dome is completely off-the-grid but still manages to make its guests feel like they are in a luxurious home that could perhaps be located in a galaxy far, far away. The kitchen has a propane two-burner stove and a solar-powered refrigerator, but there isn't a shower on the property. Sadly, drones are not included.
A Real Hobbit Hole
The Underground Hygge in Orondo, Washington is two miles away from civilization, in the middle of the wilderness. This is a real Hobbit hole, modelled after the sets in the "Lord of the Rings" movies— sometimes, going on an adventure means staying in Hobbiton.
Eclipse Viewing Dome
This geodesic dome located in Joshua Tree, California was specifically built for viewing the solar eclipse in 2018. The spacious home had a clear view of the sky from the inside. Many "geodomes" are available to rent in the Joshua Tree area, providing a great alternative to traditional camping spaces.
If you're looking to visit the Universal's Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando, Florida, this Airbnb is for you. Wizarding Home is just ten miles from the park and allows you to live the full Hogwarts experience. Alternatively, this Airbnb is just six miles from Disney World, in case you want to mash together two unstoppable media brands in a single vacation.
Bubble Dome in Ancient Woodland
This bubble dome is located in a forest in the United Kingdom, and this one-of-a-kind home goes for $317 per night. But, what price can you really put on being able to stare at a clear, starry night sky from the comfort of your own warm bed while sipping champagne? That experience is priceless.
Disney 'Frozen' Themed Room
Alternatively, if you want the full Disney experience, you could always stay in this "Frozen" themed Airbnb. Located in Kissimmee, Florida, just ten minutes from the Disney parks, this room also covers the $32/day Encore mandatory resort fee as part of the price. But that's not all it offers...
A Private Island in Norway
Yes, you can rent an entire island on Airbnb! And, it's cheaper than a lot of other luxury rentals. If a hotel just doesn't provide the space and seclusion that your party needs on vacation, try secluding your group to a gorgeous island, complete with a bonfire pit and rafts for swimming.
Disney 'Star Wars' Themed Room
If Frozen isn't your family's thing, not to worry— the same Airbnb in Kissimmee also has a large "Star Wars" themed bedroom. After a full day of exploring the Galaxy's Edge, this is the perfect place to sleep comfortably underneath a peaceful space dogfight.
Luxury Treehouse in The Catskills
This treehouse, dubbed the "Inhabit Treehouse" is located in Upstate New York and boasts a full kitchen, master bedroom and a hot tub. The secluded house really takes 'glamping' to the next level, as any weary traveler would welcome a stay at this luxurious home.
Lego Themed Room
A special but alas temporary offering from Airbnb, fans were able to enter a competition to win a free night in a room that was entirely constructed out of 25 million Lego bricks. The only downside? All the Lego. The bed doesn't exactly look cozy.
While the Avengers Assemble Airbnb is located in Melbourne, Australia, its location within a high rise building makes it look an awful lot like Avengers Tower in New York. Perfect for channeling your inner Hulk, although that might increase your housekeeping fees.
Bamboo Bungalow in Bali
The Eco Bamboo Home in Bali, Indonesia is another perfect location to experience nature from. You can sleep in an indoor hammock overlooking the running river below or visit the nearby Gunung Agung volcano. This location has some of the highest ratings of any listing on Airbnb.
The Slater feels like the perfect name for an Airbnb that's entirely themed around the '90s. The entire decor screams "Saved by the Bell," for anyone who's nostalgic for an era before everyone was constantly dumping on Milennials. Or if you're just a little older, you might like this apartment's sister property...
McFly?! Think McFly! If you're going to travel back in time for an Airbnb, you'll obviously want to go back to the '80s! This isn't quite the Café 80's, but it's the closest you're going to get.
Treehouse in Rio Grande
This gorgeous two-story treehouse is located on two acres of property in the midst of the El Yunque Rainforest. This house also comes with modern conveniences, such as a full kitchen with a microwave as well. The tree house isn't totally secluded and is located just a stone's throw from popular tourist destinations and restaurants. Best of all? Breakfast is included.
Alternatively, if the thought of corporate America makes you feel sick to your stomach, there's always this off-the-grid "Earthship." Constructed in the New Mexico desert, this studio property catches its own rain water and generates its own electricity— it's the perfect retreat from the horrors of modern civilization, but with all the amenities you could ask for. That said, the Earthship does have WiFi, just in case you can't bear to stay away from the internet.
The River Home, A Luxury Treehouse
The beautiful River House in Karen in Nairobi, Kenya is built atop the trees in the midst of the jungle. It overlooks a local river (hence the name) and really gives the visitor the feeling of wading into an adventure film.
Vincent Van Gogh's Room
While no longer available to rent, the Vincent Van Gogh room in Chicago was commissioned by The Art Institute of Chicago, and was availalbe for $10 a night as if it were available for rent by the artist himself. Sadly, this art installation didn't last forever, but a similar room is available in Arles, France.
GeoDome in Joshua Tree
Another luxurious dome in Joshua Tree, California, this one provides a more casual experience than others. The warm weather of Joshua Tree makes this dome structure the perfect place to stay, as it distributes heat differently than traditional homes, keeping the main areas of the house cooler in the summer months.
The World Famous Seashell House
Ever wanted to live inside a giant seashell? Hermit crab enthusiasts will love this Airbnb property in Isla Mujeres, Mexico. The World Famous Seashell House is absolutely gorgeous.
The Haunted Chamber
This Airbnb is the master bedroom in what's known as "Britain’s Most Extraordinary Home." Designed to look exactly like an Edwardian children's bedroom, the result is absolutely terrifying.
Theme Park Luxury Mansion
Surprise surprise, this gorgeous mansion, which contains a play area and a cinema room, is located in Kissimmee, Florida. This is yet another great place to stay if you're heading to Disney World, but honestly, the house is enough of a theme park to keep you entertained for a while.
Why stay in the house when you can stay in an igloo? This Airbnb property in Pelkosenniemi, Finland is made entirely out of snow, and is the perfect place to watch the Northern Lights.
'Game of Thrones' Room
Believe it or not, this "Game of Thrones" themed Airbnb is no longer available. If you were a fan of the show during its heyday, though, this Budapest property would have been amazing for a Westeros vacation.
Desert Airstream in Joshua Tree
It's a trend among young people today to want to travel the country in a vintage airstream and this Airbnb proves why that is desirable. Seemingly simple from the outside, this property boasts a full kitchen, master bedroom and a hot tub. The 1966 Airstream also has a vintage record player inside to transport you back in time.
The Brandy Bus
This Airbnb on the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya is built out of an authentic vintage bus. It's a beautiful part of the world, and a kitsch way to spend the night.
Want to stay in a literal crypt that used to house the body of a Catholic priest? Well, too bad— this Airbnb in Lewistone, Maine is no longer available. Honestly, it's not even the creepiest potential place to stay...
A Fairy-tale Gingerbread House
Somehow, this gingerbread house in Geyserville, California is even more terrifying than a literal crypt. If you choose to stay here, watch out for witches.
Sleep in a Real Plane!
Located in St. Michel Chef Chef, France, this is a fairly barebones Airbnb. The major draw is the fact that it's built out of an old airplane, so that you can join the Mile High Club while keeping your feet on the ground.
Dog Bark Park Inn
The Dog Bark Park Inn in Cottonwood, Idaho features rooms that are built into a giant wooden dog. Perfect if you're trying to hide from puppy-loving Trojans. And yes, this property allows pets.
Beautiful Log Home
Live out your childhood fantasies by spending the night in a house made from giant Lincoln Logs. Located in Estes Park, Colorado, this property also features a phenomenal view.
Super Mario Room
You can find this Airbnb in Lisboa, Portugal. It's the perfect place if you love video games, particularly "Super Mario Bros" and other Nintendo properties. As the apartment comes complete with a bunch of retro video games to play, you'll have plenty to keep you busy.
Considering that Wilton Castle sleeps fourteen people, it's not too expensive at just $1,100 per night. Live out your royal fantasies by sleeping in a genuine castle, or host your own murder mystery evening in the perfect setting for a remake of "Clue."