If there's one thing you need from time to time, it's a road-trip getaway! If rest, relaxation, and quiet breaks are calling your name, why not opt to sleep under the stars in the desert? The Joshua Tree House in California boasts stunning cacti views and ultra-luxe decor. It's the ultimate zen retreat and perfect getaway destination with friends or your boo.

Get ready for an epic road-trip that's only a 1.5-hour drive from San Bernardino. Nestled 10-minutes from the Joshua Tree National Park's west entrance, is the cozy and ultra-cool Joshua Tree House Airbnb.

It boasts views of the surrounding desert giving you major R&R vibes in nature. 

You can rent the entire two-bedroom home with five of your friends. With a two-night minimum stay, you and your crew can make a weekend trip out of it.

Prices start from $355 a night or $934 for six people after fees and taxes. Why not split the cost with friends? That's only $155 a person, talk about a steal!

This stunning desert oasis features a year-round jacuzzi and a seasonal tank pool that's set up during the summer.

According to the listing, you can enjoy views of over 100 Joshua trees located on the property. Yes, please to desert sunsets.

Since the second bedroom is detached from the main house, about a 10-foot long walk away, you can get top-notch privacy if you're staying with your bae.

If the views don't make you fall in love, the decor just might. The natural aesthetic is perfect for photos with your favorite people. 

Is anyone else thinking about bringing a polaroid along?

Joshua Tree House

Price per night: From $355/2-night minimum for a total of $934 for six people

Location: Joshua Tree, CA

Why You Need To Go: You and your friends can spend the night at this spot surrounded by dreamy desert views. 

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