Here's Every Featured Location in Netflix's The World's Most Amazing Vacation Rentals
Netflix's The World's Most Amazing Vacation Rentals series should come with a warning label since it'll give almost anyone a serious case of wanderlust. From $20 beds in Bali to a five-digit luxury stay in Hawaii, hosts Megan, Luis, and Jo travel all over the world showing viewers incredible properties you can rent for a relaxing vacation.
Whether you're looking for a unique experience, or a luxury getaway, many of these places come with an added bonus like water sports or cooking lessons, making them totally worth their price. If you are itching to try out some of these yourself, then you're in luck — you can actually stay at all 24 of the places featured in the show! Learn more about each property in the slides ahead, then be sure to make your reservation ASAP.
Episode 1, Budget: Firefly Eco Lodge Birdsnest in Ubud, Bali
Sleep with the birds in the Firefly Eco Lodge Birdsnest, situated in the rice fields. Your room is only fitted with a bed (and amazing views!), but your stay includes access to a pool, WiFi, a community lounge center, and a restaurant. Rent just one bed, or all four, starting at $17 per bed.
Episode 1, Unique: Camaya Bali Butterfly in Made Village in Selat, Bali
This gorgeous open-air cabin in the exclusive Made Village has two bedrooms (with their own protective mosquito nets), a tanning net, a pool, an upstairs lounging area, and beautiful architecture situated in rice terraces. Rent the entire bamboo Camaya Bali Butterfly cabin for just $171 a night.
Episode 1, Luxury: Noku Beach House in Seminyak, Bali
Looking for a place to party with friends or host an entire family reunion? The Noku Beach House has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and tons of space to spread out. Relax in the gorgeous pool or hit the beach, while a gourmet chef prepares meals for you and your guests. Starting $3,600 a night, this is a truly a place you'll never want to leave.
Episode 2, Luxury: Tordrillo Mountain Lodge in Judd Lake, Alaska
The super secluded Tordrillo Mountain Lodge offers tons of water sports, snow sports, and other activities that are only open to lodge guests. Prices start at $7,500 per person for three nights.
Episode 2, Budget: G Bar M Ranch in Clyde Park, Montana
G Bar M Ranch is a real working cattle ranch in Clyde Park where you can rent a five-bedroom, five-bathroom cabin for $350 per day (per person). The price also includes all meals and unlimited horseback riding. Hard work, good times, and beautiful views abound here.
Episode 2, Unique: Storyteller Overland in Moab, Utah
Go Camp allows you to rent a van — like the Storyteller Overland used in the show — so you too can explore the wilderness across the United States. The crew went to Moab, Utah where they rented the two-bed, one portable toilet van for $250 a night, and drove it to Mineral Bottom Canyon and Telluride, Colorado. Prices vary depending on location, but this one in Denver starts at $295 per night.
Episode 3, Unique: The Arkup in Miami, Florida
Known as "the world's first electric livable yacht," The Arkup in Miami is a modern, sustainable floating mansion, with four bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, and fabulous panoramic views with floor-to-ceiling windows, and glass walls on the deck that never hinder the view. Rent space in the Miami one on Planet of Hotels. Prices vary depending on dates (approximately $2,000 per night), with an additional fee to get it out on the water.
Episode 3, Luxury: Angeleyes Yacht in St. Martin, The Caribbean
The gorgeous Angeleyes Yacht in St. Martin is one of the most luxurious, spacious yachts you can vacation in. It has five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and four crew members that offer one-of-a-kind service to guests for $81,400 a week. It has world-class amenities, stunning views of the blue water, a hot tub, and plenty of water sports to stay entertained. Split it with your friends for a more affordable way to book this dream vacation!
Episode 3, Budget: The Yellow Ferry in Sausalito, California
Originally launched in 1888, The Yellow Ferry is the oldest surviving ferryboat on the West Coast. This amazing ferry has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, scenic water views, an amazing kitchen, and free kayaks you can take along the water. It's $561 per night and sleeps up to six guests.
Episode 4, Unique: Lucky Ranch Snow Igloos in Pyhä, Finland
Every winter, the owner of Lucky Ranch in Finaland builds amazing snow igloos (complete with cool ice carvings!) for guests to stay in. Bundle up to sleep in this cold igloo (approximately 23 degrees) while also having access to snowshoeing, dog sledding, and a traditional Finnish wood-heated sauna by the lake during the day. There is also a main building for showers and food. Prices vary, but the Netflix show estimated about $155 for one igloo.
Episode 4, Unique: Quetzalcoatl’s Nest in Mexico City, Mexico
Sleep inside the belly of a snake at Quetzalcoatl's Nest. With amazing circular windows and a landscape property with art and water features, this entire structure was built with curves to mimic nature. It sleeps up to 10 people for $293 a night.
Episode 4, Luxury: Beckham Creek Cave Lodge in Jasper, Arkansas
Nestled in the Ozark Mountains is the amazing Beckham Creek Cave. Featuring four bedrooms, four bathrooms and 5,800 square feet of space, this luxurious cavern has high-end amenities such as hiking, canoeing, and horseback riding, all starting at $1,600 a night. Sleeping next to naturally formed stalactites and a rock formation waterfall will truly make this one of the most unique places you've ever spent the night.
Episode 5, Luxury: Cuvee’s Royal Island in The Bahamas
You will feel like royalty in this beautiful island setting! Cuvee's Royal Island is an exclusive, 430-acre island in an emerald cove with five beachfront bungalows, a full bar, and plenty of activities and services for up to 18 guests. Price ranges from $16,000-$23,000 per night.
Episode 5, Unique: The Sitka Lighthouse in Sitka, Alaska
The Sitka Lighthouse is one of the few places in the world where you can stay in a lighthouse on a private island! This beautiful property has two bedrooms, one-and-a-half bathrooms, a firepit, and an upstairs deck with 360-degree views. It's also actually a working lighthouse, providing navigation to boats at night. The rate is $849 per night for non-peak season which also includes a water taxi, concierge services, and water activities.
Episode 5, Budget: Old House Cay in Hilton Head, South Carolina
Located on a series of private islands near Hilton Head, Old House Cay is a private, relaxing space with access to boating and kayaking. There are three bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, a large kitchen, WiFi, beach access, and an amazing observation tower for $624 a night.
Episode 6, Luxury: Seasons Niseko in Niseko, Japan
The world-class Seasons Niseko in Japan offers five bedrooms, five bathrooms, an indoor heated swimming pool, a fireplace and firepit, and a fully appointed chef's kitchen. Your own personal Michelin star chef, Sean Mell, will make traditional dishes, iconic Japanese cuisine, unique Hokkaido pizza, and more decadent foods during your stay. Rates start at $5,500 per night.
Episode 6, Budget: La Villa Bonita in Tepoztlàn, Mexico
La Villa Bonita is a mountain home in Mexico, designed to teach local culinary traditions under the experience of Chef Ana Garcias' award-winning direction. It features an open-air gourmet kitchen, six bedrooms, six bathrooms, an outdoor pool, and 360-degree views of the mountain. The average price is $350 per night, per person.
Episode 6, Unique: The Playhouse in The Berkshires, Massachusetts
The Playhouse was originally built in 1880s by inventor George Westinghouse and was the first property in the world powered by AC electricity. The historical elements combined with modern details are simply stunning. The rental has two kitchens, seven sleeping areas, an in-house yoga studio, five bathrooms, lakefront access, and more for $1,195 per night.
Episode 7, Unique: Alpaca Treehouse in Atlanta, Georgia
Inside a bamboo forest in an animal rescue farm is the Alpaca Treehouse, a two-story treehouse with two beds, one-and-a-half bathrooms, a marble bath, electricity, and more amenities. Play with the alpacas and llamas, all for $395 a night.
Episode 7, Budget: Danville Treehouse in Orlando, Florida
The amazing Danville Treehouse is a three-story oasis situated in between oak trees in Orlando. It has one bedroom, one bathroom, a custom-built elevator, and a hot tub repurposed from a jet engine! Relax in this treehouse for just $230 a night.
Episode 7, Luxury: The Bolt Farm Treehouse in Walhalla, South Carolina
Episode 8, Budget: Inn at Kulaniapia Falls in Hilo, The Big Island, Hawaii
The self-sustainable Inn at Kulaniapia Falls sits on 22 lush, natural acres near Hawaii's largest privately accessible waterfall. It features three one-bedroom cabins, starting at $119 per night, per cabin. Guests have access to gorgeous natural scenery, a guest house with a kitchen and living area, and free breakfast every day with locally sourced food.
Episode 8, Unique: Blaze II in Maui, Hawaii
Blaze II is an amazing 62-foot catamaran with three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and plenty of open space starting at $2,500 a night. This includes Captain Kim, a private chef for all your meals, and exciting water activities. This is a fantastic way to enjoy ocean views while going on a Hawaiian adventure at the same time.
Episode 8, Luxury: Hale ‘Ae Kai in Kauai, Hawaii
Hale 'Ae Kai is made up of four villas, six bathrooms, access to a secret beach, a fitness center, and a media room, starting at $14,000 per night. With floor-to-ceiling windows featuring incredible ocean views, a private pool and jacuzzi, and huge living room and kitchen area, it's a true paradise.