6 Luxurious Desert Airbnbs For A Secluded Getaway

Casa Le Chacuel And Spa (Joshua Tree, California)

While a vacation to just about anywhere sounds nice nowadays, the idea of seclusion and disconnection from the constant buzz of the world to reconnect with nature sounds that much better. And what better place to do that than in the middle of the desert? Thankfully, there are some really fantastic, unique options out there—and they’re still in close vicinity to major metropolitan areas (in case you’re not fully prepared for a full-on isolation). From Joshua Tree, to Palm Springs, and even Sedona, here are some of the most luxurious desert Airbnbs to inspire your next digital detox, romantic getaway, or simply, change of scenery.

Casa Le Chacuel And Spa (Joshua Tree, California)

Casa Le Chacuel And Spa (Joshua Tree, California)

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Casa Le Chacuel And Spa (Joshua Tree, California)

Casa Le Chacuel and Spa, a two-bedroom home with a pool and hot tub that sits on the

edge of Yucca Mesa on 7.5 acres, has some spectacular views overlooking Pipes Canyon Wash (a nature preserve full of Joshua Trees). The minimal, whitewashed home leaves most of the decoration to the backdrop of the desert landscape and wildlife, the vibrance of the sunrise and sunset, and the glitter of starry night skies.

Palm Springs Dome Home (Palm Springs, California)

Palm Springs Dome Home (Palm Springs, California)

Palm Springs Dome Home (Palm Springs, California)

This geodesic home has garnered quite the following on Instagram—and for good reason. Just a 15-minute drive to downtown Palm Springs, it sits on five secluded acres with 360-degree views of a desert wind farm, mountains, and more

Off-grid itHouse (Pioneertown, California)

Off-grid itHouse (Pioneertown, California)

Off-grid itHouse (Pioneertown, California)

More than aesthetically pleasing, Off-grid itHouse is a property with a mission. Designed by Linda Taalman and Alan Koch of Taalman Koch Architects (the same duo behind the DIA:Beacon in upstate New York), the property is powered fully by solar panels for energy and hot water, and aims to cause minimal disturbance to the nature surrounding it.

Sedona Oasis (Sedona, Arizona)

Sedona Oasis (Sedona, Arizona)

Sedona Oasis (Sedona, Arizona)

One of the few historic buildings in Sedona, this property was designed by architect Robert Mcintyre. The one-bedroom space boasts an aromatherapy steam room, hydrotherapy hot tub, and saltwater pool.

Mid-Century Home (Palm Springs, California)

Mid-Century Home (Palm Springs, California)

Mid-Century Home (Palm Springs, California)

Pretty much a Slim Aarons enthusiast’s dream, this Palm Springs home is the epitome of mid-century design. Flat surfaces, pops of color, a long rectangular pool—what else could you need?

Sedona Sweet Serenity (Sedona, Arizona)

Sedona Sweet Serenity (Sedona, Arizona)

Sedona Sweet Serenity (Sedona, Arizona)

Less than a mile from Tlaquepaque’s charming shopping and dining, this multi-level home features panoramic views of Sedona’s famous red rocks from multiple balconies. Contrasting with the surrounding mountains, the loft space is refreshingly airy and light.

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