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Not into winter? These awesome Airbnbs in warm places are calling your name.

Rent these sunny, warm weather Airbnbs in the USA to escape the cold this winter.

Written by
Sarah Medina
&
George Blew
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Winter isn't for everyone, and luckily, warm weather isn't as far away as you might think. When everyone else is clamoring to nestle in front of a fire in a cozy Airbnb cabin, you're seeking warm weather destinations where the sun is shining in the middle of December. We've got your back. And we promise that there's more places on this list than just the best California Airbnbs and Florida Airbnbs. So pack your t-shirts and leave your parka behind, these Airbnbs in warm places are sure to inspire a mid-winter getaway. 

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Best Airbnbs in warm places

This cozy cottage right on the May River includes a private dock with amazing views of the water (even in the winter time), plus a fully equipped gym in the garage, a barbecue, and a fire pit. If you want to have some (socially-distant) fun, the Promenade area of town is just a short walk away with restaurans, art galleries and shops to explore. From $375 per night 

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Looking like the famous all-white buildings you’d expect to find in Santorini, this airy cottage is perfect for those who want access to Miami without all the hustle and bustle of the city. As well as the pool and BBQ area, there are paddle boards and kayaks for you to use on the local canals. Keep your eyes peeled for local wildlife too—parrots, iguanas and even manatees can be seen here. From $190 per night 

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Tucked away in the historic Faubourg Marigny, but just minutes from the French Quarter, this luxe, three-story house feels like a secret hideaway. Each floor is a separate apartment where you'll find antique decor, retro furnishings and contemporary amenities. Soak in the sun on the 500-square-foot westward-facing balcony or in the swimming pool surrounded by lush gardens. From $395 per night 

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Situated center-Strip, this gasp-worthy apartment offers 270-degree views and easy access to Las Vegas’s bounty of restaurants and bars. If you want heart-of-it-all action and your own kitchen, this Vdara Skyvilla has your name on it. The suite sleeps five and includes a kitchen, as well as dining and living areas and complimentary use of the spa, gym and fitness studio. From $308 per night 

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There’s luxury and then there’s Californian luxury—seriously, if ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ had been set on the West Coast, this place would have been Leonardo DiCaprio’s house. Kitted out with an oceanfront hot tub and a sun-soaked front deck bigger than most people’s house, this villa is the ultimate place to watch the sunset over the Pacific. Unfortunately, most of us would need a Wall Street-sized paycheck to afford a trip here, but if you’ve got the cash make sure you book this one. From $1,350 per night 

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