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7 Airbnbs to Rent for the Ultimate Spring Break

Escaping winter's end with a spring break getaway isn't only for college kids. Many families- with kids off of school- excitedly plan week-long vacations, and adults look forward to retreats for an extended weekend this time of year. What's also great about spring break vacations is that there's a wide variety of how you can spend your time. You can pick between relaxing on a beach, exploring a city's nightlife, skiing in the mountains, and much more. So whatever spring break destination you and your group choose to visit, plan to escape to one of these marvelous spring break Airbnb vacation rentals.

The Best 7 Spring Break Airbnb Rentals

1. Sweet Carolina

For: A group of adults who are looking for a retreat-style vacation on the beach

This grand Airbnb rental on Hilton Head Island in South Carolina is a great choice if you and your friends are looking for a beach escape. The massive property has a gorgeous structure holding a two-story balcony and beautiful pool with in-water chairs. Its interior has spacious rooms with big windows and high ceilings and is decorated luxuriously with modern amenities including an indoor elevator. You'll not only have the best ocean views from the balconies but also be walking distance from the ocean since the rental is beachfront. Sitting on North Forest Beach, you can walk through the beautiful back patio to bury your feet in the white sand.

2. Bahama Bungalow

For: A small group of college students on a budget looking to party for spring break

If you're looking to party, then hit one of the most energetic cities in the U.S.: Miami, Florida. This cute, budget-friendly bungalow is located right in the heart of the city, so you'll be near everything worth visiting during your wild week. It's 10 minutes away from the airport and also 10 minutes away from all the cool districts including Wynwood Art District, Little Havana, Bayfront Park, and Brickell Downtown. This "Tommy Bahama" themed place is great for recollecting yourself before you head back out into the night and is also just 15 minutes away from the South Beach, where you can nurse your hangovers by laying out in the sand.

3. Brooklyn Duplex

For: A small group of college students on a budget looking to explore a city more than party for spring break

And just because you're in college doesn't mean you have to book spring break plans around only partying. Plan to explore Brooklyn by staying in this stylish, urban duplex. Sitting in the middle of one of New York city's most interesting and historical districts, this Airbnb is central to Bushwick, Stuyvesant Heights, and Bedford-Stuyvesant. You'll spend your spring break dining at restaurants that offer French, Caribbean, and Southern comfort foods, checking out all the live music at all the hip bars, and exploring all the places that teach more about the rich history of Black culture in the city such as the Bedford Stuyvesant Museum of African Art.

4. Palm Springs, California

For: A group of college students or young adults looking for a hideaway to both relax and party

If you and your group want to party without diving into the messy chaos that cities have to endure with the influx of spring breakers, check out this five-bedroom home in Palm Springs, California. Surrounded by mountains, this gorgeous Airbnb is the perfect choice for the ultimate desert vacation. Although the owners clarified that the home is not a "party house," you can still have a group of up to 10 people. This means you can still enjoy drinks and music with a small group of people in a classy setting, rather than in the craziness that normally comes with spring break. The interior is incredibly spacious and features a pool table and plenty of flat screen TVs everywhere. Outside, there is a beautiful private pool, fire pit, and a comfy outdoor dining area where you and your group can hang out and enjoy the cool weather.

5. Entire Townhouse Near Disney World

For: A family looking to take their kids to Disney World for spring break

Near Orlando, Florida, is this Disney-inspired vacation home inside a resort known as Fantasy World. Just a short drive from Disney World, your resort stay at the Mouse Townhouse #2 will include a lazy river, water slides, two heated pools, jacuzzi, playground, arcade, batting cages, mini golf, tennis courts, and more. There's also a pool bar, jacuzzi, gym, and picnic and barbecue places for the parents to use. This fun rental is decorated with classic and vintage Disney themes throughout the entire space and is great for a Disney-filled week. To get to the Disney parks, you can use the resort shuttle for only $5.39 per person per trip.

6. Lakeview Jewel of the Sierra

For: A group of college students or young adults looking for a mountain retreat

If you really want to escape into the mountains, then consider visiting this villa in Zephyr Cove, Nevada. Offering some of the prettiest views of Lake Tahoe, this mountain home is perfect for those who want to relax, recharge, and rejuvenate during spring break. The massive place features a beautiful balcony that has a dining area and hot tub to sink into while taking in the spectacular mountain views. Inside the home are spacious rooms and shared areas for everyone to lounge around in, featuring a fireplace and high windows to help create the perfect place to chill. There's also a home theater that has an HD "In Focus" projector with a 120" screen, a sauna to decompress in, and a dog run as this place is pet-friendly.

7. Steamboat Lux Family Chalet 

For: A family or group of college students looking to ski and snowboard during spring break

Just a short drive away from the mountains, this Colorado home is the best Airbnb to rent for those looking to ski and snowboard during their spring break. Located in Steamboat Springs, the rental is only three minutes away from the mountain and five to ten minutes away from grocery stores and restaurants downtown. It features floor heaters, a heated driveway, a hot tub, and a pool table to keep you and your group entertained after a long day of hitting the slopes. Its high windows and balcony decks will allow you to see the sun rise and set over the mountains while enjoying a warm cup of coffee.

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