From New York to San Francisco, we present to you the crème de la crème of vacation rentals. These incredible properties offer luxury of the highest order in some of the most sought after destinations in the world. Find your perfect vacation rental right now on Tripping.

Los Angeles, CA

The Villa Titanic is a truly unique property, even by Beverly Hills mansion standards. The “ship" comes with 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, a heated pool, spa, theatre room, gym room, steam room and some seriously impressive views.

New York, NY

Situated in the heart of Tribeca in New York City, this magnificent apartment comfortably sleeps 12. The 6 bedroom, 6 bathroom abode comes complete with formal dining area, grand piano and a private in-home theatre. Designed to be flooded in natural light, not a single detail has been looked over in this ultimate NY pad.

San Francisco, CA

This spectacular 3-level penthouse offers 360 degree views of San Francisco and the bay. With 2,400 sq ft. of interior space and a 1000 sq ft. outdoor deck, this huge 3 bedroom apartment in the Telegraph Hill neighbourhood is the perfect city escape. The long list of amenities include a chef's kitchen, spa tub and panoramic views in every room.

Miami, Fl

The Orchard House offers guests private, European-style accommodation from the heart of South Beach. Designed by the famed architect of Casa Casuarina, the former Versace mansion, this 5 bedroom villa is a truly classy affair.

Chicago, Il

The first and most striking feature of this Chicago penthouse are the dramatic floor to ceiling windows that give this unique rental its' stunning views. On top of the view, this property also boasts a fantastic location, situated in between the glamorous North Michigan Avenue and the culture of the River North District.

Las Vegas, NV

This 7000 sq ft. mansion can accommodate up to 24 guests and sits just 15 minutes from the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. Amenities include an enormous kitchen, pool, hot tub, two fireplaces and a beautiful patio area with a backyard grill.

This post was written by Ben Crock, Tripping Blogger.