When hotels aren't enough and you want to have, basically, a house when traveling most opt to use Airbnb. You can get a house in a residential area or beach home with lots to choose from. What I like is finding Airbnbs that have a fun gimmick. If you want to relive the 80s and a bit of the 90s then look no further than Kent, Washington, where for only $140 a night you can hop in this timewarp and
This Benton City home was designed by architect, Tom Kundig of Seattle whose style is all about unobstructed views and lots of glass. Just about every room has a view of the vineyard, fruit farmland, Red Mountain, and Horse Heaven Hills - plus, it sits on 22 acres so if it's privacy you seek, you'll find it here.