7 Of The Coolest Florida Airbnb Rentals Under $100
The places you stay are part of the adventure!
Snowbird season is a'comin'. If you consider yourself a snowbird, or just a local looking for an affordable getaway ASAP, we rounded up some cheap Florida vacation rentals under $100 that are super unique.
We already proved that it’s totally possible to have an awesome time in, and these super cool will certainly keep you busy.
But where are you going to stay during all this adventuring? You don’t have to skimp on accommodations while trekking through the wonders of Florida. Here are some awesome rentals around the state, all under $100 a night!
Treehouse Canopy Room: Permaculture Farm
Why you need to go: This tropical canopied treehouse is a dream! An urban oasis 15 minutes from South Beach, you’ll be surrounded by flora and fauna, so it’s definitely a place for animal lovers, too!
Botanical Garden Home - Penthouse
Location: Fort Myers
Why you need to go: This Key West style home is a paradise close to everything but makes you feel like you’re in the middle of the jungle. Surrounded by lush palms, pines, oaks, and other vibrant foliage, the owner is rated as a Superhost, so you know it’s going to be good.
Miami Brickell Apartment
Why you need to go: The lofty view from this towering Brickell apartment is stunning at all times of days, but you’ll be blown away by the sunsets for sure. Towering over the city, you’re just a short seven minutes from Miami Beach and some of the best bars. Perfect for city-lovers and party-goers!
Redington Beach Condo
Location: Redington Beach
Why you need to go: Close to white sand beaches, public transport, and even pet-friendly! This cozy condo is also owned by Superhost, and it’s easy to see why at the beautiful ocean-themed décor and personal touches they added to make sure all your needs are taken care of.
Sanctuary of Light Bungalow
Why you need to go: Small and cozy manifested, this little bungalow is perfect for couples or even solo adventurers, and a short distances from downtown, Pensacola’s biggest park and bayou, and beautiful white sand beaches.
Why you need to go: Quirky décor, personal touches, and only a six-minute drive from Universal, you can save tons on your stay while still being super close to your favorite park!
Why you need to go: This peaceful treehouse is just a short drive from the Disney parks, so you can escape the hustle and bustle of the crowds and return to nature at the end of day.
Florida is truly a treasure-trove of unique experiences, and there’s plenty more where that came from!
Exact addresses for these locations will be provided to you upon booking your stay and additional fees and taxes may be added to the initial booking price.