Has the COVID-19 pandemic changed your travel plans over the last year? Many people have postponed international travel, cruises, domestic trips and more.
Limited travel, spending time indoors and working from home over the past year has created a new trend that Airbnb calls “Wishlist Wanderlust.” This means a feeling of dreaming about traveling regularly. Part of how they satisfy that wanderlust is by exploring places they will travel to once life returns to normal.
“The treehouse has a Southern nature — gracious, calming, and comfortable. Centrally located within the heart of Atlanta, the treehouses are a hidden gem,” the listing notes. “The subject of TV and magazine features including ‘Treehouse Masters: Ultimate Treehouse IV,’ Architectural Digest, Travel + Leisure, Harper’s Bazaar, and numerous others, they are often described as being the most relaxing, romantic, dreamy and unique place you’ll ever stay. What could be better than falling asleep in the trees and waking up to birds singing around you—all within the city limits?”
The property was recently named Airbnb’s most wish-listed property in the world.
“The treehouse consists of 3 separate areas — Mind, Body and Spirit — each connected by rope bridges,” the listing states.
The property rents for $389 per night, and the next available night isn’t until March 2022.
Airbnb compiled a list of the most wish-listed properties across all 50 states.
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