Airbnb is still all the rage and you are thinking about getting one in the city that never sleeps this summer. Brace yourself and get ready to open up your wallet, because it's going to cost you.

Joybird are the people who know about making spaces feel like home. They say that, Bed & Breakfast places are topping the charts as the priciest overnight stays in New York City, coming in at a whopping $403 per night.

Crunching the Numbers

Joybird took a look at 10 different home styles across 100 U.S. cities and then they let us know about the Airbnb pricing trends. They gave us a peek into where your dollar bills are going as you hunt for that perfect rental place in New York City.

Unwind in the Countryside

In a city like New York sometimes a Countryside Airbnb might just be your ticket to both a unique and less expensive vacation. Getting a countryside retreat just outside of the city for around $169 per night sounds like a sweet deal. It looks even better when you realize that you won't have to pay over $400 a night for an Airbnb.

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NYC Magic: Choose Your Adventure

Whether you're looking to stay at an upscale Bed & Breakfast or want the charm of the countryside, The Big Apple has a wide range of choices for your summer Airbnb journey. Time a little time and search for the perfect Airbnb spot at the right price for you. May you have an adventure that is as unforgettable as the city itself.

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