TIP: Get €30 off your Airbnb stay!
One of my favorite accommodation options is Airbnb! In my opinion hardly anything beats staying in a local’s apartment, in the middle of a neighborhood full of locals – and for a good price too. Often these neighborhoods have more ambiance and authenticity than ‘tourist areas’, and personally I can spend hours just staring through the window and watching daily life go by. It’s so good! Today I have something even better for you: a discount code of €30!
I only have good experiences using Airbnb. For example, I’ve stayed in a room in a 19th century building with winding staircases in the heart of Marais, Paris (with a shower in the kitchen – ha!), an apartment in an area within walking distance of Edinburgh city centre, a cute little house in Dublin (of an Airbnb employee!), a design apartment close to London, a studio in central Thai town in Los Angeles (with the city’s best Thai restaurants around the corner) and a beautiful house with a pool and a view of Santa Barbara. Long story short: nothing but praise.
I’ve wrote an article before (on my Dutch website!) about why I think everyone should use Airbnb, but today I have something even better. I have a discount code for you! If you book through this link, you’ll get a €30 discount on your very first Airbnb booking. A perfect way to try it out!
If you already have a profile: you could still create a second profile to take advantage of the discount ;-)
How about a room in a super hip apartment, just a 15 minute walk from the Big Ben in London for €79 a night (including breakfast)? Or what do you think of this apartment with panorama view and private pool near Cape Town for €43 a night? Speaking of views: this studio on Santorini for only €53 a night definitely deserves a mention as well. Or for the real budget babes: this single room near the airport at the Maldives is only €1 a night!
(* All prices are including the discount)
Where will your next trip go?
This is an affiliate link. I get a bit of Airbnb credit for everyone who books through this link. Regardless, I would still wholeheartedly support Airbnb!