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Amelia Island, Panama

Because, abroad should be like home & fun

“Amazing house! Staying in Sara and Rich’s amazing house made our Joshua Tree trip even more special. Be sure to check out the garden in the back!”

– Amethy Lawrence

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Mike Fleetwood

“TThis was the perfect hotel with the perfect location, perfect room; I couldn’t think of a more perfect trip!This was a great location as I was going to a conference at the Javitz center and it’s nearly a couple blocks walk.”

Joanna Roberts

“We had an AMAZING experience at this hotel! Upon arrival, we each received a complimentary flute of champagne. Each member of the staff was incredibly friendly, welcoming, and acted as if we were the only guests at the hotel.”

Alex Johnson

“This is truly a great hotel. The staff is very friendly, helpful and experienced. I had a beautiful room with ‘city view’. That meant that I could view the Empire State Building and One World Trade Center at the same time.”

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Booking is super easy. Simply choose the room you love, and book from there. If you don’t wanna pay online, simply contact us.

Yes, of-course! We offer full-refund. Just let us know 3 days before. You’ll be refunded.

You can either take food from us or order from shops nearby. You don’y wanna miss home-made food, would you?

  • The balconies of this stately apartment overlook the centuries-old but still vital Plaza de la Paja. You could spend a whole trip packed with history and people-watching without even leaving the square. But the surrounding area is equally alluring. For starters, a plate of crispy croquetas de bacalao at La Taberna Errante is just a few blocks away.
Photo: @micahsuelatter
  • Once upon a time, there was a chateau set in the heart of the Route des Grands Crus. It belonged to Count Roland, a Superhost and Renaissance man who had a penchant for painting, making homemade jams, and picking fresh apples from his property for his guests’ breakfast.
While it may read like a fairytale, Roland’s chateau is just as real as the wineries and French villages that surround it.
Photo: @brad_roberts
  • Superhost Sally’s turquoise cottage matches the color of the surf in Yallingup. From the moment you walk in, you’ll realize the tall windows, white washed walls and lofted bedroom make it the best kept secret in the Margaret River region. After grabbing coffee at your host’s favorite spot, Andy’s Cafe, take a short walk to the Caves House Hotel for a bite to eat and some live music. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Photo: @pruchapman
  • The south coast of Iceland is known for its black beaches of volcanic sand. And while Sigurjbörg’s cozy cabin is a short walk to the shore, you might as well visit the small family-owned horse rental and explore on horseback. Trot to the nearby town of Vik to check out the Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss waterfalls. At night, turn your head skyward for a tiny glimpse of the northern lights.
Photo: @superfex
  • The tall, vaulted ceilings and natural light in Zoli's stylish flat will make you feel right at home in Budapest. Upon exiting the building, you'll find plenty to explore in the historic Jewish Quarter. Head to the nearby ‘ruin’ bars—built in old parking lots, warehouses and abandoned stores—or walk to the legendary New York Cafe, whose opulent walls were once the center of Hungarian literature and poetry.
Photo: @le_anna_muc
  • This huge Catskills retreat has three fireplaces and room for a dozen of your closest friends. Use the telescope upstairs to spy on white-tailed deer in their gray winter coats or invite everyone outside for s’mores around the firepit. Color-coordinated dog not included.Photo: @natepoekert