During our travels last fall, we had a chance to use Roomorama for the first time for some of our lodging. Prior to booking our short-term apartment rentals with them, Beth and I had only ever stayed in hotels, hostels and campgrounds; though, after getting a chance to live like a local in Istanbul, Prague, Venice and Paris with Roomorama, we were excited to add another lodging option to our repertoire.
Now that we’ve been home for a few months preparing for our next travels, I find myself scouring destinations on Roomorama.com looking for unique and good value properties. Here are five of the coolest places I’ve come across thus far.
This internationally award winning house in the hamlet of Globeregg is adapted from a 200-year-old Kellerstöckl (wine press). The two story studio, which features a loft and a vaulted ceiling, has views the Alps and is near the wineries in Sausal.Whether you got two or eight people in your group, this luxury two story townhouse is a fully equipped vacation palace that overlooks the Gulf of St. Vincent.
An architectural wonder, this luxurious “cave” gets back to nature by combining granite, wood and earth into a three room, three level vacation rental with great natural light.
This fully renovated architect’s loft sits on a quiet pedestrian street and features two balconies that overlook Plaza Mayor, Madrid’s most emblematic square.
Chalet Heidi offers vacation goers the perfect blend of an old alpine chalet atmosphere with the cozy luxury of a modern apartment that sleeps up to six people.
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