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Beautiful and traditional kasbah in Merzouga
relax and enjoy the harmony of nature
Unforgettable experience in the desert

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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?

  • Superhost Jay’s elegant apartment is perched on the coast of Yeong-do, the island that forms one corner of the city. If it’s your first time here, get your bearings by climbing Jangsan, a mountain just outside of town with views of the whole area. Once you come down, it’s up to you whether to spend your time deep inside this tub or deep inside a bowl of bibim milmyeon, the spicy local noodle specialty.

Photo: @so__nni_
  • The Bahamas’ natural gifts go far beyond sun, sea, and sand. As part of The Bahamas Sabbatical, you’ll explore local botanical traditions with farmers and gardeners on the island of Eleuthera. You’ll discover the healing properties of native plants, learn to make bush tea and other remedies, and even help conduct workshops to promote these deep-rooted traditions.

Apply by 11:59pm EST on February 18, 2020. Terms and conditions apply.
  • This studio in a 17th-century building across from the Duomo is for solo travelers only, but please don’t do anything rash. Instead of breaking up with your partner to come here, consider booking it for them after you’ve had your turn. Dani, your Superhost, designed the place for creative solitude, but you’ll hardly feel alone. Just ask and she’ll point you to her favorite walks and restaurants away from the crowds.

Photo: @girlgoneabroad
  • Wake up with the roosters and you can be on Corong Corong Beach by sunrise. Judex, your host, is happy to help you plan adventures all around the Bacuit Archipelago. One idea: kayak across the bay to Cadlao Island for a day of snorkeling and exploring.

Photo: @travelisforlovers_
  • There’s no such thing as a bad view of Lake Como, but Cristina’s bright apartment has one of the best. Midway between Como and Bellagio, the place is far enough from the crowds to let you soak up the beauty in peace. But it’s also centrally located—a short walk takes you to a pier where you can catch ferries that’ll take you all around the lake.

Photo: @a_choe13
  • Be one of 5 volunteers to join Airbnb for a once in a lifetime opportunity to help preserve the traditions and become part of the Bahamian community.