Travel season is still in full swing, and one popular trend is going to an Airbnb in or near travelers’ destinations. Frankly, even when the summer travel season is over, chances are Airbnb stays will continue to be popular, even in the off season. So, which Michigan Airbnb is the most popular in the state?
HouseBeautiful.com has put together a lost of the most desired Airbnb destinations in the country, and one Michigan spot falls on the list. “Gone are the days of only relying on hotels for accommodations,” they state in the study. “There are vacation rental options so good that they may bring you to a destination you’d never expect to visit. Ahead, you’ll see our full list of the best Airbnb homes in every single state worth planning a trip to.”
They add, “From a rustic treehouse to a dome under the stars, we guarantee you’ll want to add them all to your bucket list. Whether you’re gathering a big group for a major celebration or booking a solo outing to get away from it all, we’re delivering the coolest Airbnbs in the U.S. for you to choose from. You’ll even find amazing places approved by interior design star Bobby Berk, who recently curated his own list of well-designed homes for the lodging platform.”
So, which Michigan spot is one of the top in the state? It’s an Airbnb cabin in Stevensville, Michigan, that runs around $422 per night. It’s also a chalet, which really gets me, because I lost chalets. “A-frame cabins appear to be popular on Airbnb, but what makes this Michigan choice different is its direct access to Lake Michigan,” HouseBeautiful.com states. “Head up there for a lakeside getaway like no other!” Find the full list of America’s best Airbnbs here. Also, check out the winning Michigan Airbnb below.