Fancy a stay? We’ve got you covered with 9 unique Airbnbs in Birmingham, starting at $ 49 / night
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Things are heating up and we are ready to go on our next adventure. Fortunately, we don’t need a passport or plane ticket thanks to these 9 Airbnbs in Birmingham that will make you feel like you are seeing the city in a whole new lens.
- 2 people | 1 bed | 1.5 bathrooms
- Rated 4.97 stars
- From $ 90 / night
For the laid back person
Birmingham Tree House is a boutique hotel located in the heart of historic Five Points South. This Birmingham Airbnb has everything you need to spark inspiration, with yoga rooms and coworking spaces. If you’d like to explore the neighborhood, head to the Filter Coffee Parlor for your caffeine fix.
- 3 people | 2 beds | 1 bathroom
- 5 star rating
- From $ 49 / night
For the adventurous person
Ever wanted to go out in a luxury van without spending luxury money? Discover the Advanture Time Van, a luxury motorhome parked in the Highlands district. There is room for several beds and bicycles. Obviously you can’t drive the van, but since it’s located a short walk from great restaurants and shops, like Rojo and O’Henry’s, you won’t need the wheels to ride to have a good time.
- 8 people | 8 beds | 2.5 bathrooms
- 5 star rating
- From $ 349 / night
For the person who’s ready to paint the city red
Really, if you fancy a good night out and an overall fun experience, this loft above Saturn is your Airbnb. While you can’t throw your own party in the loft, you can head downstairs to the concert hall and bar to start (and end) your night on the town.
If you want to venture a little further than the immediate building, head to Big Spoon Creamery or Cookie Dough Magic for a little hangover (or anytime). You can also check out Luna Latin Cuisine and Spring Street Bar and Grill for great food. And if you need a little break from the hustle and bustle, Avondale Park is also within walking distance.
- 5 people | 4 beds | 1 bathroom
- 4.95 star rating
- From $ 145 / night
For the person who likes to spend time outdoors
With a fire pit in the backyard, 3.5 acres of woodland and fields and more, The Barn is perfect for a getaway a little outside of the magical town. Wildlife is abundant, so you might end up with a few furry neighbors during your stay, from deer to wild turkeys.
As a bonus, the property’s main house has a hanging bed over the porch – just think of the soothing naps you could take there. It’s a peaceful and relaxing retreat for anyone looking to get out a bit more and slow down a bit.
- 6 people | 5 beds | 3 baths
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- From $ 350 / night
For the groovy person looking for a funky retreat
Take a trip to zone 54 at this local Airbnb with a killer rooftop terrace. Located in a trendy two-story loft in Southside, this space comes with a lot of style and views of the sunset over the city. When you’re done looking at the disco ball, head out to the backyard for a game of basketball and admire some great murals.
There’s no excuse to leave the loft, but if you’re inspired by the decor, head to House Plant Collective for new plant babies and unique decor.
- 3 people | 2 beds | 1 bathroom
- Rated 4.64 stars
- From $ 119 / night
For the history buff
Who can all say they stayed in an 1898 Victorian mansion listed on the National Historic Register? A stay at the Hassinger Daniels Mansion Bed and Breakfast will transport you through time with an A1 view of the Vulcan from your bedroom window. Each morning, guests are greeted with a kaleidoscope of light through antique windows throughout the home.
When you’re ready to explore, hop aboard a Veo scooter to explore the historic Five Points South district which features dining destinations like Bay Leaf, Iron City Pizza, Chez Fonfon and more. You’re going to have to get rid of it, right? It’s the perfect excuse to explore the eclectic boutique called What’s on 2nd.
- 6 people | 3 beds | 1 bathroom
- Rated 4.77 stars
- From $ 182 / night
For the material girl (or boy) living in a material world
Have you ever wondered what it was like to be Barbie for a day? Bessemer Dollhouse offers a unique experience for all ages. With pink pretty much everywhere you look, this is exactly what we think Barbie’s dream house looks like.
If you want to keep the fun going, you can quickly drive to Alabama Adventure & Splash Adventure where you can enjoy the best of both worlds – an amusement park and a water park in one. For dining, head to Alabama’s oldest restaurant, Bright Star, in nearby downtown Bessemer.
- 7 people | 5 beds | 2.5 bathrooms
- Rated 4.84 stars
- From $ 260 / night
For the royal interior
Stay in the beautiful Highland Park district of Birmingham while feeling like living in Versailles. This grand house features luxury decor straight out of Marie-Antoinette’s book (but without the entire guillotine), with luxurious fabrics and decadent chandeliers.
Need more to do than relax like royalty in this Airbnb? Check out Highland Park’s equally luxurious offerings like O’Henry’s Coffee, Virginia Samford Theater, Rojo and more.
- 5 people | 2 beds | 2 bathrooms
- Rated 4.96 stars
- From $ 209 / night
For the urban explorer
Located on the historic cobbled street of Morris Avenue, the Railyard Loft overlooks Birmingham city center. Within walking distance of over 25 local favorite spots like Revelator Coffee, Chocolata, and Paramount, you’ll never be short of fun things to do. While this newly renovated Airbnb alone isn’t the most adventurous on the list, it’s a great launching pad for your Birmingham city center adventures.
Plus, you won’t even have to turn on your car to do it. You can walk to Bandit Patisserie for breakfast, drive to El Barrio for lunch, catch a show at the Sidewalk Cinema, and meet local friends at Bamboo on the 2nd for dinner.