The Most Extravagant of Airbnb for Art Basel in Miami Beach

When the penthouse suite simply won't do.

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"​Miss Diane is also a dive catamaran fully equipped."
4 beds, 4 bathrooms, fully crewed. $1,220 per night.
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Miami Art Basel Airbnb
"The lights and electricity of the city are radiated throughout the furnishings, down to a 3D wall..."
5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, $1,350 per night.
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Miami Art Basel Airbnb
"Villa Audrey Hepburn"
4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 2,768 square feet, $2,973 per night.
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Miami Art Basel Airbnb
"Your parlor comprises a modern and contemporary fully functional kitchen, with a separate wet bar."
3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2,800 square feet, $3,380 per night.
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Miami Art Basel Airbnb
"Breath-taking foyer with 22 foot ceilings, 2nd floor terrace, 1st floor deck with boat dock and lift."
7 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, 7,000+ square feet, $4,521 per night.
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Miami Art Basel Airbnb
"Old World Craftsmanship meets today's modern technology."
9 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, $4,660 per night.
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Miami Art Basel Airbnb
"Floor to ceiling glass lets in plentiful amount of natural light."
6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 5,954 square feet, $9,705 per night.
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Miami Art Basel Airbnb
"This is a beautiful and sexy place for both long and short term holidays."
6 bedrooms, 7 baths, 5,285 square feet, $10,270/night.
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Miami Art Basel Airbnb
"Prestigious Villa Brizo"
8 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, 7,850 square feet, $11,500 per night.
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Miami Art Basel Airbnb
"Complete with high thread count Egyptian Cotton Sheets in every room."
10 bedrooms, 8+ bathrooms, 15,000 square feet, $12,530 per night. Includes water dockage.
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Looking for a place to stay this December in Miami Beach that’s a bit more spacious than some of our hotel suggestions? Look no farther than Airbnb. For those uninitiated, Airbnb is a website that allows users around the world to rent their rooms, apartments, and houses to guests for what’s typically a hefty profit on their end, but often still cheaper than a hotel for travelers. It’s a win-win, and recently, the company has even delved into arts patronage with a project during the London Design Festival.

While many listings are just practical studios and one-bedrooms, it’s also easy to stumble upon ten bedroom mansions, picturesque villas, and even a fully staffed boat—with the price tags one would expect for such things, of course. For a cool $12,530 per night (which adds up to almost 40k for a three night stay), you can have ten bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and of course, water dockage for your sea vessel of choice. An evening’s stay at a five bedroom villa will set you back a comparatively manageable $3,000, while the “fully crewed” boat is a steal at $1,220 a night.

These accommodations (and the amusingly overwrought adjectives often used to describe them) are undeniably beautiful, so much so that we wonder if we’d actually want to leave them and actually attend the fair.


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