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The Joshua Tree House

The Joshua Tree House is the top contender on our list of favorite Joshua Tree stays for a number of reasons. The house is a 1949 hacienda with plenty of personality and warmth, and comes complete with a hot tub, indoor fireplace, wifi and all of the other standard amenities. Above all, superhosts Sara and Rich describe it as “a place to reflect, reset, and create,” and we don’t think they could be more accurate. Just check out their listing on Airbnb or their instagram (with over 220K followers to boot) to see why.

Dome in the Desert

The Dome in the Desert is our very close runner up, although it’s a super awesome place as well. Re-energize in solace under the desert sky in this modern-bohemian dome. This place is just begging for elopement photos in our opinion, so make sure to give them a looksey on Airbnb for more info.

Cabin Cabin Cabin in Joshua Tree

A modern bohemian cabin in the village of Joshua Tree, Cabin Cabin Cabin is a remarkable Joshua Tree stay. This place is the boho Airbnb of our dreams. Not only is this place decorated floor to ceiling with macrame wall hangings, wicker furniture, and cactis-galore, but also an outdoor bathtub! Sign us up.

The Park Boulevard House Joshua Tree Village

The Park Boulevard House in Joshua Tree Village is a special gem. For you history lovers out there, this house is one of the original structures in Joshua Tree, CA! It was originally built in the 1940’s, and furthermore is located on the road that takes you directly into Joshua Tree National Park — pretty convenient for those elopement photos. It even comes with a pool and a bed outside, because why not?

Joshua Tree Green Haus

We’re pretty sure the picture above explains why this stay is in our top 5 favorite J-Tree Airbnbs overall. The Joshua Tree Green Haus is a sweet little getaway spot tucked away in the hills. With a hot tub and killer views like that, we just might not want to leave. Also, attention pet lovers: you can even bring your fur babies with you for a small fee!

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