Okay, maybe you wouldn’t live there, but would you have a staycation there? The Big Idaho Potato Hotel in Boise is definitely making a name for itself in the travel space as one of the most unique Airbnb stays in the nation. It is currently listed on Airbnb at just $124/night, however, it’s been as high as $250/night in the past.
The views and the private geothermal heated pool is plenty enough to make this a well worth it stay but the interior of the 3600 square foot home is something special too. The floors are heated geothermal to keep your toes toasty no matter what time of the year. The stone work and HUGE natural wood columns make it perfectly picturesque. Magazine worthy even.
The cost for this unique and local experience is $50 per person. They provide halters and lead ropes as well as grooming supplies and some camel treats. Look below at these sweet pictures of people getting to know the Camels. They truly look like kind creatures.
Move over Potato Hotel and Doggie Staycation, there is a new and not so quirky Airbnb in Idaho. The Website Love Exploring named every states 'Most Jaw-Dropping Airbnb'. The winner for Idaho is right in the heart of Boise and it does look marvelous. Check out photos of the peaceful outdoor spot, the beautiful interior décor and the great use of space.
We don't know for sure because, well, they're hidden. But Airbnb does allow for hosts to place cameras in common areas like the kitchen and living room, so chances are, they're in there somewhere. Here's how you can find them.