Netflix has launched the new series The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals (The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals) showcasing various vacation rentals. This series defends the option and benefits of staying in private houses, such as those offered by platforms such as Airbnb. This documentary has been echoed by the Idealista real estate portal, which has made a summary of it.
The series consists of eight episodes of approximately 35 minutes each in which it follows three presenters who stay in a total of 24 homes around the world. In this case each one has something different and striking to offer.
In fact, this type of accommodation is becoming more and more fashionable. In addition, the rental platforms are promoting it little by little. For example, Airbnb announced last summer the creation of a fund endowed with 9.49 million euros for 100 people to carry out projects to build “unique accommodations”.
3 of the most incredible vacation homes in the world according to Netflix
Among the different houses shown, we find from a cave or a bamboo tree house to a luxury private island in the Bahamas. In addition, some of the destinations or places visited with Alaska, Bali, Mexico, Miami or Japan.
Camaya Bali Butterfly (Bali)
The first house we found is located in Bali strait)known as the Camaya Bali Butterfly. This is known as the butterfly house, which is unique because it is made of bamboo. This two-story house features two bedrooms, both overlooking the rice terraces, a shared open-air shower, and a small living room connecting the two bedrooms.
Camaya Bali Butterfly It is considered one of the most visually and aesthetically impressive rooms in the series published by Netflix. That’s because from its acres of greenery and flower petal baths to its bamboo architecture, this destination offers everything a landscape- and design-obsessed traveler dreams of experiencing.
Bamboo Birdsnest (Bali)
The striking second home that we are going to highlight from the Netflix documentary, is also located in Bali. Under the name of Bamboo Birdsnest, this house is accessed by a steep staircase. Once you have climbed 5 meters, you will have the chance to find a woven basket with a cozy bed.
Have you ever dreamed of what it would be like to sleep inside a bird’s nest? Here you have the option to experience it first hand. From the Idealista they have highlighted that it combines the style of the Japanese bunk beds or sleeping capsules that are coupled with the atmosphere of the island.
Colorado Flying Saucer (United States)
The last house that we are going to highlight in this list is located in the middle of the Colorado desert, in Joshua Tree (California, USA). The house is shaped like saucer steering wheel, as they point out in the Netflix documentary. Staying in it starts at $267 per night on Airbnb.
On the outside, this oval capsule has small windows and a retractable staircase, and inside it has all the comforts. The unit is powered entirely by solar energy.