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Top-rated vacation rentals in New York

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Apartment in New York
Untitled at 3 Freeman - Studio Mini
Welcome to UNTITLED (Adj.) at 3 Freeman Alley! Our Studio Mini room measures 125 sq ft and features a full-sized bed as well as a small desk. This room is located on either the 2nd or 3rd Floors with minimal views. All pictures shown are for illustration purposes only. The actual room layout, windows and views may vary depending on location within the property. Our Lower East Side location is the best place to relax and unwind after a full day venturing out and exploring the City.
$250 per night
Apartment in Brooklyn
Brooklyn stylish studio apartment!
Welcome to our brownstone Brooklyn House. This is a licensed Guesthouse legally renting short term in NYC. The studio apartment is in a classic New York brownstone located in one of the most picturesque neighborhoods Brooklyn has to offer. This is a private studio with high ceilings,a lot of natural light and in a great location only 12min train ride from downtown Manhattan and most of Brooklyn's coolest attractions are just a few minutes away from the house. @brooklynhouseny
$195 per night
Loft in New York
Spectacular East Village Loft
Stunning loft with 15 ft ceilings & original hardwood floors, in historic East Village building. The bright, spacious 2,000 sq. ft. space is filled with gorgeous antique furniture, Deco lamps, Oriental rugs, oil paintings and one-of-a-kind vintage bric-a-brac. Eat-in kitchen with floor-to-ceiling picture window overlooking street. Open living and dining areas, working office (with Fios 5G internet) and cable TV. Close to all public transport, minutes from Midtown Manhattan.
$215 per night

Stay near New York's top sights

Bronx Zoo572 locals recommend
Macy's696 locals recommend
Top of the Rock423 locals recommend
Barclays Center1,418 locals recommend
American Museum of Natural History1,623 locals recommend
Flatiron Building304 locals recommend

Private New York vacation rentals

Apartment in New York
$195 per night
Apartment in Brooklyn
Minimalist Studio in cool Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn
$150 per night
Apartment in New York
The Louvre meets the heart of the east village
$296 per night
Apartment in Brooklyn
Airy, modern Penthouse in a Brooklyn Brownstone
$289 per night

New York home rentals

Home in New York
Spacious paradise all by urself DT Flushing Mainst
$149 per night
Home in New York
Brownstone-Morningside Heights-Harlem
$171 per night
Home in Brooklyn
Unforgettable 2BR apt with incredible selfie wall.
$130 per night
Home in New York
Quality cozy studio in a quiet neighborhood
$99 per night

New York apartment rentals

Apartment in New York
Charming Studio with your Own Private Patio
$98 per night
Apartment in New York
$178 per night
Apartment in Brooklyn
Spacious & Sunny in Prime Brooklyn
$150 per night
Apartment in Brooklyn
Bright and Open 2 bedroom Apartment in Brooklyn
$160 per night

Your guide to New York

All About New York City

The city that never sleeps is also a showcase of the best the United States has to offer. Manhattan’s bustling, gridded streets are home to some of the nation’s most famous landmarks, such as Times Square, Central Park, and Rockefeller Center, as well as neighborhoods made famous by TV shows, such as the West Village and the Upper East Side. But there’s more to New York City than Manhattan. Explore the other four boroughs, too: the Bronx (home of the New York Yankees and Italian-infuenced Arthur Avenue), Staten Island (a free ferry ride away and a world all its own), Brooklyn (a mix of trendy eateries and family-friendly communities), and Queens (including the waterfront Long Island City and the culturally diverse Astoria).

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in New York

All four seasons bring their own special touch to the Big Apple. Summer highs are in the 70s and 80s Fahrenheit, the perfect weather for a cooling riverfront stroll or drinks at a rooftop bar. Once the high temperatures fall into the brisk 50-to-70-degree range in September, the fall colors, especially in Central Park, paint the city in cozy hues. While winter can bring chills, with highs in the 30s and 40s, there’s nothing more magical than the city draped with a layer of snow. Springtime offers its own brand of hope, as the urban jungle blooms again, and temperatures rise into the 50s, 60s, and 70s. But as fast as the city moves, so does the weather, so plan ahead and be prepared for quick changes.

Top things to do in New York

Central Park

As the rapid urbanization of New York City surged in the 1800s, the 843-acre Central Park was carved out in 1858 to ensure Manhattanites had their own backyard. Now they share it with 43 million visitors a year. No agenda is needed to explore the wonders of the green space, but among the highlights are the Bethesda Fountain, Belvedere Castle, and Strawberry Fields’ Imagine sign.

Empire State Building

While plenty of city skyscrapers offer sprawling views — including the One World Observatory, Top of the Rock, and Hudson Yards’ Edge — the classic New York City aerial view is still from the top of this 102-story building, completed in 1931.

Statue of Liberty

Located on Liberty Island in the Hudson River, the 22-story copper Lady Liberty is accessible via ferry from Battery Park or New Jersey’s Liberty State Park, and includes a visit to Ellis Island.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How much does it cost to stay in a house in New York?

    Experience the best of New York with our house vacation rentals, averaging about $170 per day, before taxes and fees. Embrace comfort and style while staying within your budget in your home away from home.

  • Are there pet-friendly vacation rentals in New York?

    Yes! Four-legged friends are welcome too! Select from over 10,910 pet-friendly vacation rentals in New York, so your furry family members can join in on the adventure.

  • Are there vacation rentals with a dedicated workspace in New York?

    Yes! Work meets play with ease at over 22,320 vacation rentals in New York featuring dedicated workspaces. Stay connected and productive in your home away from home.

  • Are there New York vacation rentals on Airbnb with pools?

    Yes! Dive into the perfect getaway at one of over 1,470 vacation homes with pools in New York, available on Airbnb. Make a splash and soak up the sun in style!

  • Where should I stay in New York?

    Make yourself at home in New York by choosing from our most frequently booked neighborhoods. We have over 17,510 vacation rentals in Midtown Manhattan, over 27,840 vacation rentals in Williamsburg, over 17,510 vacation rentals in Theater District, and over 27,840 vacation rentals in SoHo.

  • What types of vacation rentals are available in New York?

    Uncover the perfect home-away-from-home with our diverse selection of vacation rentals in New York. From over 2,950 condos, over 26,760 apartments to over 5,720 houses, we've got you covered. For even more variety, explore our Airbnb Categories to find the ideal space for your getaway.

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