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There are so many unique and crazy Airbnbs you can rent.Pablo Escobar's old mansion? Check! Private island totally to yourself? Check! Now time to add one more Airbnb to your bucket list: fashion designer, Betsey Johnson's, luxurious Mexican Villa. 

"Betseyvilla" is a boutique vacation experience brought to you by Betsey Johnson perfect for small intimate groups. The whole place is a mix of new and old and has the designer's touch of quirkiness throughout. Check it out: 

The villa is beautiful, four bedroom estate, complete with six bathrooms, pool and garden, all for $618 per night on Airbnb, which split between 6-8 people isn't horrible for what you're getting.  And yes, it has Wifi and Netflix. 

The villa also comes with services that include onsite meal preparation, coordination of visiting chefs from around the world for private dinner parties, in house yoga instruction, in house spa treatments, fishing trips, ATV trips, horseback riding, surf lessons/trips, snorkelling trips, diving trips, yacht charters and more. The FULL VIP experience. 

We would stay here just for this huge pool. For more info on this Airbnb, click here! 

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