Airbnb is a wonderful alternative to staying at a hotel.
Sure, you may not have crisp, white sheets or someone turning your bed down at night, but you’ll have your own space.
Personally, unless I’m booking a suite, I feel a little cramped in hotels. The food is usually sub-par, the nightly rate over-priced, the proclaimed “free wifi” is shotty (and typically only in the hotel lobby without an extra fee)–yeah, I’m kind of over most hotels.
Not to mention that the main reason our family does better at an Airbnb is because we’re so incredibly allergic to food. Airbnb gives us a ton more flexibility in cooking, comfort and space.
But, you’ve got to book the right place. We had a nice place in Dallas go way wrong. Although the owner said it was clean, and it looked clean, it was anything but clean.