The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals Season 2 on Netflix Now!
“The TV show is filled with enchanting, beautiful places…”
Netflix has a reality show worth watching. “The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals.” It is hosted by Megan Batoon, Jo Franco, and Luis D. Ortiz – “Million Dollar Listing New York” – all young influencers that visit accommodations available for rent around the world. Each of the host’s finds a vacation rental centered on the show’s theme and focused on their respective areas of travel specialty. Netflix explains: “Batoon seeks rentals that are affordable but give a lot of bang for the buck, Franco looks for unique accommodations, ones that are either in unusual locations or tied to interesting local experiences, and Ortiz seeks out high luxury rentals.”
The show opens with Ortiz asking the most appealing question of all: “Are you ready to travel the world once again?” Roll to shots and views of the vacation spots visited during the season. “We’re going to show you the most amazing way to do it.”
“The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals,” season one…
Dealing with cabin fever from virus lockdown, I switched on Netflix and found “The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals,” season one. I wanted to be swept away and find my happy place. Truth be told, it did take my mind into wonderful vacation places and put a genuine smile back on my face.
Envy to travel aside, “The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals” is a reality TV show that takes the viewing audience on a trip to varied scenic locations, and even on a budget vacation. Often viewers see a showcase of wonderful places that do indeed push their buttons to travel but the costs are so expensive and can be prohibitive in lean times like these. It’s not the case here, the show reveals how to travel, even with the luxury option, in a more affordable way. mostly. The TV show is filled with enchanting, beautiful places and locales, which you can enjoy on a budget, sort of… the way to go seems to point to… it’s cheaper to do in larger groups.
Netflix gives a glimpse of what to expect in season two.
Oh how, I yearned to travel and escape. I watched the first season a couple of times to capture that feeling of exploration and beauty. Then came Season two! It is not what I was expecting, which was a repeat of season one. In fact, the shot got even better! The new themes are fresh and original, the locations are gorgeous, and the cinematography and direction are excellent. Netflix gives a glimpse of what to expect in season two, episode-by-episode:
Episode 1 – Super Modern Stays
A rock-reflecting desert gem, a Frank Lloyd Wright dream home, and a mid-century landmark are on the trio’s itinerary of modern design masterpieces.
Episode 2 – Destination Weddings
The hosts say “I do” at a Tuscan-style California vineyard, a romantic 200 year old Mexican hacienda, and a beach cottage on pink sand in the Bahamas.
Episode 3 – Cabin Life
Grab a cozy spot by the fire as the hosts visit a cabin nestled among redwoods, a Great Camp in the Adirondacks, and a modern mansion in the Rockies.
Episode 4 – Paranormal Places
Visits to a haunted mansion, an original rental in Area 55 (close to Area 51), and the Sasquatch territory of Colorado.
Episode 5 – Give Back Getaways
Getting away can mean giving back. Explore a ranch run by people with autism, a resort that funds local art, and a home built and run by a village.
Episode 6 – Eco Friendly
The trio goes green at a sustainable wonder in Tulum, a nature friendly lodge in Finland, and an earth home in Colorado.
Episode 7 – On the Waterfront
The best views are by the water when the travelers visit an Anguilla beachfront villa, a Vermont riverside mill, and a Washington alpine lake chalet.
Episode 8 – So Cal Style
Stylish southern California stays get a shoutout as the trio tour the renowned Pioneer town, wake up to Malibu waves, and stroll a Montecito estate.
“The most expensive properties obviously provide a variety of appealing services, but best believe, that all of the getaway rentals are mind-blowingly beautiful.”
What “The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals” offers is three types of vacation rentals, each covered by the hosts and the prices range from cheapest to most expensive. In addition to the price ranges, so do the offered services. The most expensive properties obviously provide a variety of appealing services, but best believe, that all the getaway rentals are mind-blowingly beautiful. And as Batoon exclaims in one episode, they are all about being on a world tour. While the show is focused on seeing the realities of great content to consume as a guilty pleasure, one may ask, given current economic conditions, who’d be able to afford a world tour or even a vacation at this point. Well, what can I say, it’s the guilty pleasure that this show is all about.
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