Skydiving – 15 Best Airbnbs in Atlanta, GA (2023 Edition)

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While there are plenty of reasons to visit the state of Georgia, Atlanta surely ranks near the top. The city’s infectious mix of Southern character, food, and history make it a great destination. 

You can really make memories in Atlanta by staying in an Airbnb, as they’re often more than just a place to sleep. Whether you’re after luxury rentals in Atlanta or an Airbnb in Downtown Atlanta, you’ll find it on the platform.

To ensure that these are the best Airbnbs in Atlanta, we’ve only considered properties with superhosts and/or Airbnb Plus status. In case you’re unfamiliar, superhosts are Airbnb hosts recognized for their well-reviewed service and accommodations, while Airbnb Plus listings are exclusive properties that the platform has verified through in-person inspection.

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Secluded Intown Treehouse

Staying in a treehouse Airbnb in Atlanta may sound a little out there, but it guarantees a memorable trip. Surrounded by trees, you’ll almost forget that you’re in the northern suburbs of Atlanta – but this Airbnb is indeed in a residential neighborhood, with plenty of places to get food just a short drive away.

Atmosphere is a major part of the treehouse’s appeal, as it looks like it’s been pulled straight from a storybook. Rope bridges connect three elevated platforms that contain the different rooms and spaces of the treehouse. Sitting in the center is the bedroom with a double bed, which you can roll out onto a small open-air platform through the glass doors. On either side of that is a cozy sitting room and a hammock deck, which are both perfect for reading or just chilling out.

As for the practical aspects, the treehouse does have its own bathroom facilities, but they’re about a 30-second walk away in the basement of the main house. Understandably, amenities are a little more basic here, though you do get fans and a mattress warmer for temperature control, a microwave, and Wi-Fi.

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Bright Carriage House Studio

If you really want to see one of the best Atlanta Airbnbs, check out this fantastic apartment in Virginia Highland, a lively neighborhood east of Midtown. This area is known for its cool cafes, cocktail bars, and vibrant restaurant scene.

There’s a lot to like about this studio apartment, starting with its bright and colorful interior. Though it is a studio meant for only two guests, it’s quite a roomy apartment that cleverly creates private spaces. For instance, a useful desk helps separate the queen bed from the living area. Here you’ll find a sofa and TV, as well as a larger desk area for those who need to get work remotely.

Although this apartment doesn’t have a kitchen, there is a small pantry cupboard with a coffee maker, refrigerator, and microwave to help with breakfast. Outside is a nice terrace overlooking the backyard that you share with the family house of superhost Suzanne. You also get the essential amenities as well as some bonuses, such as Wi-Fi, air conditioning, and streaming services like HBO Max, Amazon Prime Video, and Hulu.

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One-Bedroom Apartment Retreat in East Atlanta

If you’re looking for vacation apartments for rent in Atlanta, you won’t want to miss this one in East Atlanta. Just a short drive from the restaurants and shops of East Atlanta Village, the location is both convenient and quiet.

This inviting apartment occupies the ground floor of the home belonging to superhosts Craig and Joey, but it’s completely separate from the rest of the house. With no stairs in the apartment or leading to its private entrance, it’s ideal for those with accessibility needs. It also boasts a full kitchen and plenty of space, so you’ll have everything you need to be comfortable here.

Suitable for just two guests, the apartment has a queen bed in the tastefully designed bedroom. In this home away from home, you’ll also have a modern living room and private bathroom. For your comfort, the apartment has climate control, Wi-Fi, and cable TV, as well as access to a laundry facility and a parking space in the driveway.

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Charming Candler Park Bungalow With Treetop Views

Looking for apartment rentals in Atlanta that feel welcoming for young families? This apartment is right up your alley. Found in the pleasant residential neighborhood of Candler Park, it’s a short walk from the park of the same name, which has a playground and swimming pool. As for shopping and restaurants, lively Little Five Points is just down the road.

What makes this Airbnb Plus so special is its versatility. The apartment is designed with accessibility in mind, making it easy to get inside and around the living space. While it only has a king bed, meaning it can’t sleep more than two adults, it can accommodate parents traveling with toddlers or babies. Superhosts Andrew and Phoebe provide family-friendly amenities such as a travel crib, a highchair, and stair gates. 

You should have no trouble relaxing in this apartment. The living area features a long sofa for watching TV, and you also have chairs on the porch and a hammock in the backyard. Other spaces include the massive bathroom, which has both a bathtub and a shower, and the kitchenette with its microwave, coffee maker, and small fridge. Naturally, there’s also Wi-Fi, on-site parking, and the option to check yourself in.

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Pet-Friendly House for Large Groups

This five-bedroom house in Buckhead is the perfect place to stay in Atlanta for groups of up to 11 guests. 

The home has a resort-like feel with an open floor plan, plenty of games, and a large backyard. Your group can gather in the family room to plan the next day’s adventure, or in the living room to curl up beside the fireplace and watch a movie on the cable TV. The kitchen provides plenty of counter space to prepare meals for large groups, along with stainless steel appliances and a large island with a breakfast bar.

All five bedrooms have a king or queen bed, a TV, and room-darkening shades. There is also a study with a desk, books, and a twin bed. The 3.5 bathrooms are another boon for large groups, making it easy for everyone to get ready in the morning and enjoy the spacious walk-in showers after a day of touring. 

Perhaps the best part of this Airbnb is the game room. You can show off your skills with a game of pingpong, foosball, or Jenga while the smart TV streams your favorite shows in the background. Outside is a lovely garden area with a fire pit, a barbecue, and a patio dining and lounge set under twinkling fairy lights. 

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Modern House Near Piedmont Park

If you want an even larger Airbnb in Atlanta for your holiday, consider renting superhost Michael’s five-bedroom home in the Midtown area. 

This beautiful home can accommodate 16 or more guests and is full of natural light and luxurious upgrades. Three of the bedrooms have comfortable king-size beds, while the other two have queens. The master bedroom also has a pullout couch, and three floor mattresses are available for additional sleeping options. There are four full bathrooms – one with a spacious walk-in rain shower, two with a tub/shower combo, and one with a smaller walk-in shower. 

You can enjoy a glass of wine on the living room’s sectional sofa or access your favorite streaming services on the smart TV while curled up in front of the fireplace. The kitchen’s stainless steel appliances make it easy to prepare food. Michael also provides cooking basics like spices and oils, and you have two dining rooms where you can enjoy your meals. If you’re planning a long stay, you’ll be happy to hear there’s also a laundry room with a washer, dryer, and large sink.  

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Charming Farmhouse Near Zoo Atlanta

This rustic Airbnb in Atlanta has the feel of a classic Southern retreat while still being close to the main attractions. The studio-style cottage is right beside Grant Park, less than a five-minute drive from Zoo Atlanta and roughly a 10-minute drive from the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park, SkyView Atlanta, and the World of Coca-Cola. 

This charming wood home is full of ways to relax on your vacation. After a day of adventuring, you can kick back on the living room’s pullout couch and stream a movie on the smart TV, then enjoy a luxurious rinse in the glass walk-in shower. In the master bedroom are three antique stained-glass windows and a comfortable king-size bed, where you can fall asleep to the soft sound of rain hitting the tin roof. Another perfect place to unwind in the evening is the lovely patio surrounded by fairy lights.

While it looks like a classic rural farmhouse, the home is also replete with modern conveniences. The kitchen area includes a washer and dryer as well as a dishwasher, a coffee maker, butcher-block counters, and a farmhouse sink. You also get amenities such as Wi-Fi, heating and air conditioning, a hair dryer and essential toiletries in the bathroom, and an iron to press your laundry. 

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Modern Eastside Tiny House

A great alternative to short-term apartment rentals in Atlanta is this charming tiny house on the city’s Eastside. You can easily reach trendy spots from here, such as Little Five Points and the Old Fourth Ward with their eateries and clothing stores.

Like any well-designed tiny house, this two-bedroom Airbnb makes the most of its limited space. You’ll find it both fun and practical, with a surprising amount of privacy between the two rooms. Each features a queen bed, with one up in a loft space and the other enclosed, almost like a wardrobe. The house can sleep up to four guests and still have room left over for a living area, kitchen, and full bathroom.

What’s great about this Airbnb is how it balances style with functionality. It has a clean, modern aesthetic but doesn’t skimp on amenities. You can easily prepare meals in the full kitchen, which includes a stove, microwave, fridge, and dishwasher. Then there’s the Wi-Fi and smart TV for entertainment – when you’re not using the pingpong table or fire pit in the shared backyard, that is.

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Chic Tiny Home With Hot Tub

This rustic-chic tiny home is one of the best Airbnb rentals in Atlanta for a romantic getaway. You’ll find it in the southwest end of the city, roughly a 10-minute drive from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

The house is full of charming touches like vintage chairs, wood floors, and feature walls. Another rustic detail is the live-edge wood breakfast bar in the kitchen, where you’ll also find basics like wine glasses, a microwave, and a coffee maker. The bathroom transitions to a modern design with its sleek white tiles and lovely walk-in shower. 

You can relax on the leather sofa and read a book or watch TV in the living room, then curl up in the bedroom’s queen-size bed for a good night’s rest. If you want an even more relaxing holiday, superhost Darrel can even arrange a professional in-home couples massage. 

You’ll have access to a shared outdoor space with a fire pit, a lounge set, a hot tub, and an outdoor shower in the privacy of the woods. Free on-site parking is also available.

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Romantic Treehouse With Hot Tub

Yes, there’s actually more than one option for an Atlanta treehouse Airbnb. This one is an easy 10-minute drive from Atlanta Airport, putting you in the tranquil middle-class suburb of East Point. It’s a little southwest of Atlanta, but still only a 15-minute drive from Downtown.

While it may be a treehouse, you’re not exactly roughing it here. Simply looking at the quality of the queen bed and the lavish decor inside will tell you that this is no ordinary treehouse. It has a bedroom, a cozy living area, and a kitchenette with a fridge, microwave, and coffee maker. You can really treat yourself with the bonus packages, which include a private chef and a massage service.

Directly beneath the treehouse is a huge covered outdoor space where you can eat and hang out. Follow the deck down and you’ll find a bench swing, while communal amenities like a hot tub, outdoor kitchen, and fire pit lie just beyond your private, fenced-off area. Other amenities inside the treehouse include air conditioning, Wi-Fi, and a high-definition TV with Amazon Prime Video.

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Intown Emu Ranch With Themed Gardens

Choose this Atlanta Airbnb if you only need one or two private bedrooms rather than an entire house or apartment to yourself. What’s interesting is that you can take one or two private rooms, depending on the size of your group. Each room just has a queen bed, though, so you’ll need to be comfortable sharing with your travel companions if you have more than one.

This Airbnb is inside the home of superhost Barry in East Atlanta, one of the trendiest parts of the city. Just down the road is East Atlanta Village, where you’ll find restaurants, clubs, and a friendly farmers market. Thanks to accessible public transport and cheap rideshares to Downtown or Midtown, you can even get around without a car.

The house itself is a cozy historic building with eclectic decor. You can admire the lush garden and its koi pond from the balcony of your room. The garden is actually quite extensive, and you can stroll down the pathways to see its various themed sections. You’ll also have access to cable TV, Wi-Fi, free parking, a kitchen, and a washer and dryer.

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Bamboo Forest Treehouse on Alpaca Farm

It seems a lot of people are tempted by the idea of spending a night in a treehouse, as this is one of the most wish-listed Airbnbs in the world and has been featured on various TV shows. With one look at this awesome treehouse surrounded by a forest of bamboo, you’ll immediately see why.

While this treehouse is in the residential neighborhood of East Atlanta, the property it’s on is actually a working farm, providing a peaceful, rural atmosphere. The restaurants and bars in East Atlanta Village are just a short drive away, though – which is useful to know, as the only kitchen essentials in the treehouse are a small fridge, a coffee maker, and some drinking water.

The treehouse can fit up to four guests, but it’s not an especially large place to stay. Upstairs is a small sleeping loft with a queen bed, while down in the living area is a sofa bed for two. There’s also a swinging rope Bali bed down under the treehouse, which isn’t meant for overnight use but is the perfect spot for chilling out during the day.

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Midtown Midcentury Bungalow

Do you want a stylish and spacious luxury Airbnb in Atlanta for your vacation? Then this two-bedroom Airbnb in Midtown Atlanta is for you. It’s on a quiet street in Piedmont Heights, a family-friendly neighborhood that’s a short walk from local restaurants and grocery stores.

You’ll feel right at home in this beautifully renovated bungalow. While it only allows up to four guests, there’s a sofa bed in the living room in addition to the queen beds in the bedrooms, so you have some flexibility in sleeping arrangements. As it also provides child-friendly items like a travel crib, outlet covers, and a baby monitor, it’s especially well suited to young families.

You also have the benefit of a fully outfitted kitchen, complete with a stove, oven, microwave, fridge, and dishwasher. Equally useful for long stays is the washer and dryer with complimentary detergent. Other handy amenities include Wi-Fi, a smart TV with cable, air conditioning, and free off-street parking. The house also has electronic locks, providing flexibility around check-in and checkout.

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Designer Piedmont Park Suite With Free Parking

As far as vacation rentals in Atlanta go, this small but stylish guest suite is hard to beat. From its central location in the Virginia Highland neighborhood of Midtown, you’ll have no trouble getting to the attractions around Atlanta. In the immediate area is the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail and Piedmont Park, providing plenty of space for fun and recreation.

This Atlanta Airbnb Plus makes up for its lack of space with comfort and practicality. Best suited to couples or solo travelers, the suite has a modern bedroom with a queen bed. You can unwind on the private screened porch in lieu of a traditional living room, or head out onto the large patio with sun loungers and an umbrella. The views of the city skyline are a nice bonus of the patio.

You have a fridge and coffee maker in the kitchenette to help out in the mornings. Other benefits of staying here include air conditioning, a smart TV with Netflix, Wi-Fi, smart check-in, and free parking on the premises.

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Cozy Historic Bungalow in Cabbagetown

It’s hard to resist a rental with as much character as this 1890s millhouse. This Atlanta Airbnb Plus may look conventional from the street, but it has a nice variety of quirks inside that really make it special.

The Airbnb is close to Downtown Atlanta in the neighborhood of Cabbagetown, a diverse area with an artsy side. There are loads of places to get food nearby, whether you want burgers or brunch. You won’t necessarily need to eat out, though, as the bungalow has a full kitchen with a stove, oven, microwave, and refrigerator. Besides, you wouldn’t want the beautiful formal dining room to go to waste, would you? 

While it’s only suitable for up to three guests, there’s an awful lot of space in this colorful house. There’s not only the bedroom with a memory foam queen bed, but also two living areas and two outdoor patios. It has a long list of perks too, including a laundry room and a fire pit, as well as common inclusions like Wi-Fi, air conditioning, a smart TV with cable, a barbecue grill, and off-street parking.

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No matter how long you’re staying, any of these Airbnbs in Atlanta would be a highlight of your trip. What more can you ask from your accommodation than that?

Looking for Airbnb suggestions outside of Atlanta? Check out our guide to the best Airbnbs in Georgia.

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