Airbnbs see a revival of interest after virus slowdown

By Kristine Cannon | Scottsdale Progress

There’s a new attraction near Old Town Scottsdale – but you’ll have to spend $350 a night to experience it.

With tropical, flamingo-print walls, coral-hued couches and a showstopping pool paired with a hot-pink bar and a “Scottsdale” mural splashed on the backyard wall, this Airbnb – appropriately named the Pink Cactus – is just one of many Scottsdale-area Airbnbs seeing a spike in bookings amid the coronavirus pandemic.

So much so that the Pink Cactus homeowner and Scottsdale resident Nicole Patton Zopolos already has plans to create a replica of the Pink Cactus sometime next year because demand is so high.

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