You can rent almost any kind of accommodation on Airbnb, including about 500 bedrooms and bathrooms, housing 450 to 500 people, in Liechtenstein -- if there is availability, of course.
The going rate is $70,000 per night for 150 people, depending on the services ordered.
And, if Liechtenstein is not your thing, then you might want to consider six villages in Austria, three towns in Germany or one ski-resort village in Switzerland -- well, not the whole villages, but a bunch of bedrooms in them.
You can't rent the entire country or villages; the people who live there have certain rights so don't expect to uproot them.
And, if you think all this is overkill, then don't forget that Hillary Clinton said, "It takes a village."
These mammoth rental alternatives come via Airbnb's new partnership with Rent a Village by Xnet, as outlined in the Airbnb blog.
France, meanwhile, is not part of the deal so far, but you never know.
The rentals are geared toward meetings, conventions and other spectacles and in Leichtenstein, for example, you can arrange to put on a "cheese spaetzle dinner followed later by tobogganing," according to Airbnb.
A wine-tasting session at the prince's estate is not out of the question, either.
The whole marketing message jives with Airbnb's business of renting, apartments, villas, castles, houses, houseboats and any other accommodation you can think of. Not many hotels, though.
But, you can rent futons which sleep two.
It appears, however, that countries and villages are so fragmented that they are not onboard with electronic distribution.
To rent Liechtenstein, you can insert your dates online, but have to send a message to Rent a Village by Xnet to inquire about availability.
And, the drop-down menu for the number of guests appears to need some updating -- 16+ is the maximum it handles.