- Travel consultant Gilbert Ott set his Airbnb bill during £120 ($90) a night
- He stayed in apartments in Paris, Tokyo, Santorini, Bali and Cape Town
- Mr Ott afterwards compared them with a normal cost of 4 or five-star hotels
Annabel Fenwick Elliott for MailOnline
To hotel or Airbnb – that is a question.
Hotels come with a preference of room use and purify bed linen any morning and they customarily exaggerate a buzzy bar and grill in that to mingle. But Airbnb offers surprisingly intemperate accommodation for significantly less, as one blogger found out.
US-based transport consultant Gilbert Ott, a male behind God Save The Points, put a homestay use to a exam by sizing adult 5 of a £120 ($90) options in 5 cities around a universe opposite 4 and five-star hotel options. Read on and learn how most oppulance he got for his money.
This private residence on a renouned Greek island of Santorini sleeps adult to 4 and boasts a prohibited cylinder with sea views
Airbnb Price: £113 ($146).
It has an normal rating of 5 stars from 22 reviewers.
One choice to a Airbnb choice is a Makarios, pictured, that has bedrooms with private balconies for around £110 a night
Standard hotel room rate: £190 ($250).
However, for around £110 we could book a double room with a private patio during the Makarios.
This two-bedroom prosaic with a private – if somewhat tighten – balcony, overlooks Tokyo’s towers. It costs £103 a night. Four or 5 star hotels in this Japanese city, on a other hand, start from around £250
Price: £103 ($134).
The apartment: A two-bedroom flat with a private patio unaware Tokyo’s towers.
It’s located a five-minute travel divided from Roppongi station.
For only over £100 we could book a ‘semi-double’ room during Hotel East 21 with views of a Tokyo skyline
Standard hotel room rate: £250 ($325).
Though for only over £100 we could book a ‘semi-double’ room at Hotel East 21 with views of a skyline.
Cape Town, South Africa
It’s tough to disagree with a views during this one-bedroom headquarters that looks over Cape Town’s Table Mountain
Price: £106 ($111).
It’s so tighten to a towering that a owners claims we could start a climb from a front door.
Airbnb has unbending foe in Cape Town since for underneath £100 we could stay during a plush Fernwood Manor hotel and bag a fine room, pictured
Standard hotel room rate: £160 ($210).
But Airbnb has unbending foe here since for underneath £100 we could stay during a plush Fernwood Manor hotel and bag a fine room.
Modern and expansive, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom residence has a pool and comes with cook services
Price: £120 ($155).
The apartment: A two-bedroom, two-bathroom house with a pool and cook services.
Standard hotel room rate: £186 ($240).
Want all to go swimmingly? For £120 we could stay during a Puri Sebatu Resort
However, there are some extraordinary hotel options for around £120, including the Puri Sebatu Resort.
Here we are good and truly enthralled within a rainforest, with copiousness of luxuriousness to delight in.
A splendid one-bedroom prosaic with a private courtyard, and only around a dilemma from a Eiffel Tower
Price: £103 ($134).
The apartment: A splendid one-bedroom prosaic with a private yard and only around a dilemma from a Eiffel Tower.
Standard hotel room rate: £205 ($265).
For around £120 a night we could spend a night during a stylish Hotel Emile, pictured
It’s possible, however, to obstacle a room for around £120 a night during a rather stylish and handily located Hotel Emile.
It’s in a city’s oh-so-trendy Marais district and has a black-and-white colour scheme.
The Picasso museum is only around a corner.
- Mr Ott’s strange article, that MailOnline Travel has adapted, can be seen here.
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