Sure, room service is great. But everyone knows the most authentic way to travel is to stay like a local — and Kendall Jenner is no exception.
“Staying in hotels is obviously so nice,” the 21-year-old model writes in a new post on her app. “But I love staying in a home when I’m traveling because I get a better vibe of the location.”
Her experience posting up in a posh Turks and Caicos Airbnb for little sister Kylie’s 19th birthday was the rental game-changer for Jenner (and we can’t blame her — have you seen the views?). “It definitely makes me feel more like a local,” she explains of her preference.
Jenner has compiled a list of houses, she says, “I have my eye on” for future glam getaways. Here, a few of her favorites you might want to bookmark for yourself:
1. Bamboo House in Bali, starting at $299 per night; airbnb.com
“This all-bamboo house in the middle of the jungle of Bali looks amazing and super relaxing,” she says. “It’s located right on a river, so you truly get to be one with nature (there are no screened windows!).”
2. Heritage Castle in Jaipur, starting at $114 per night; airbnb.com
“[It’s] straight out of a fairy tale,” says Jenner. “It totally reminds me of my trip to India.”
3. Los Cabos Modern in Mexico, starting at $400 per night; boutique-homes.com
“I definitely wouldn’t mind staying in this gorgeous home in Baja, Mexico. I love the minimal design and how it mixes the indoors with the outdoors.”
4. The Houdini House in Hollywood, starting at $1,000 per night; airbnb.com
“The Houdini House, owned by the famous magician Harry Houdini, would be the perfect place to staycation or throw the most amazing party,” she says. “According to the description, the house still has caves, hidden tunnels, terraced gardens and a deep-water tank where Harry Houdini reportedly practiced his underwater escapes.”
5. Off-grid itHouse, starting at $349 per night; airbnb.com
“Located just outside of Palm Springs and Joshua Tree, the Off-grid itHouse in Pioneertown is so cool,” Jenner explains. “It’s entirely powered by solar and blends into the desert landscape in the coolest way.”