Phoenix vacation rentals

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Top-rated vacation rentals in Phoenix

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Tiny home in Coronado
The Watermelon - vintage arty studio near Downtown
The Watermelon is a bombastic creation of a Phoenix-native designer, who was given limited space, and challenged to create an unforgettable experience. The result is the polar opposite of “beige” and “boring.” The space isn’t all look, though - we carefully thought through the inside and outside remodel with a short term rental in mind, and provided everything you need for a relaxing and private stay. This is a new listing from a top Phoenix Airbnb Superhost with a 600+ 5 star ratings. WELCOME!
$130 per night
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Rental unit in North Mountain
North Mountain Casita
The 480 square foot Spanish inspired casita is perfect for your next visit to Phoenix. This unit offers all the amenities including a full kitchen, coffee bar, stackable washer dryer, Casper queen size mattress, SmartTV, WiFi, covered parking, and an amazing outdoor space with grill and fire pit. Walking distance to popular dining destinations Little Miss BBQ, The Vig, and Timo Wine Bar. Conveniently located 15 minutes from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport and 25 minutes from State Farm Stadium.
$140 per night
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Guesthouse in Encanto
Private 1 BR Guest House in Historic Willo PHX
This private, centrally-located stand alone guest house is nestled in a quiet historic neighborhood. You'll be a 10-min walk to world-class museums as well as a broad range of great bars and restaurants. The light rail stop is at the end of our street for an easy $2 fare. Dog walkers, Sonoran Trail cyclists, and migrating birdsong make a morning stroll a great way to start your day. 2-night minimum required (sorry, no pets allowed). The bathroom studio sized with no bathtub.
$116 per night
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Stay near Phoenix's top sights

Photo of State Farm Stadium
State Farm Stadium227 locals recommend
Photo of Chase Field
Chase Field410 locals recommend
Photo of Scottsdale Fashion Square
Scottsdale Fashion Square761 locals recommend
Photo of Old Town Scottsdale
Old Town Scottsdale1,380 locals recommend
Photo of Arizona Mills
Arizona Mills140 locals recommend
Photo of Phoenix Zoo
Phoenix Zoo783 locals recommend

Weekly rentals in Phoenix

Condo in Camelback East
Perfect Arcadia Condo | Great Location
$143 per night
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Condo in Scottsdale
Therapeutic Escape | 1BR w/King | Soliss Living
$109 per night
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Condo in Camelback East
Condo in Central Phoenix
$118 per night
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Condo in Encanto
The Beverly Bungalow 1BR/BA in the 🖤 of Phoenix
$138 per night
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Condo in Scottsdale
Peaceful Condo in heart of Old Town Scottsdale
$193 per night
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Condo in Encanto
Chic, Work & Pet Friendly, 1Bed Near Downtown PHX
$301 per night
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Condo in Scottsdale
Top, Corner 1 Bedroom Condo in Old Town Scottsdale
$239 per night
Condo in Scottsdale
Comfortable and Classy Condo
$196 per night
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Private room in Tempe
Cozy, 1-Bedroom Suite in Shared Condo with Pool
$92 per night
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Condo in South Scottsdale
NEW! Modern Condo w/ Patio, Walk to Fashion Square
$193 per night
Condo in Arcadia
SCOTTSDALE, ONE OF THE MOST ENTERTAINMENT CITIES!
$109 per night
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Condo in Scottsdale
Close to everything! ~ The Loft at Old Town
$146 per night
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Weekly rentals in Phoenix

Guesthouse in Encanto
Beverly Bungalow - Private Central PHX Guesthouse
$110 per night
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Guesthouse in Alhambra
Uptown Resort Style Garden Studio in Historic District
$164 per night
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Guesthouse in Downtown Phoenix
Cozy studio with lush backyard and patio
$125 per night
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Guesthouse in Encanto
Adorable Willo Cottage in Historic Central Phoenix
$180 per night
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Guesthouse in Encanto
The Whittier Cottage, a cozy guesthouse in Phoenix
$147 per night
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Guesthouse in Encanto
Private, Sparkling Clean Historic DTPHX Guesthouse
$116 per night
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Guesthouse in Coronado Historic District
Adorable studio in Coronado Historic District
$118 per night
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Guesthouse in Central City
Studio B
$99 per night
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Guesthouse in Arcadia
Arcadia Cottage
$171 per night
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Guesthouse in Central City
Cozy Downtown Guest House
$162 per night
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Guesthouse in Coronado
Adorable Guesthouse/Studio in Central Phoenix
$187 per night
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Guesthouse in Encanto
Converted 30s Historic Carriage House in Del Norte
$246 per night
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Weekly rentals in Phoenix

Home in Coronado Historic District
Elegant Study of Light in Arty Coronado Historic
$204 per night
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Private room in Tempe
Large Room-Pool-Free Brkfst-ASU-South Mountain
$56 per night
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Private room in Tempe
Room 2-Tempe-SouthMountain-Airport-ASU-Brkft
$42 per night
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Private room in Paradise Valley Village
Scottsdale-RoomA-Pool-Shopping-Golf-Free Breakfast
$51 per night
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Private room in Encanto
1 Bed Shared Bath No cleaning Fee
$72 per night
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Home in Central City
Trendy Historic x Modern Bungalow near Downtown
$245 per night
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Private room in Coronado Historic District
Private Entrance / Room in Historic Coronado Home
$51 per night
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Home in Encanto
The Best Little Guesthouse in Phoenix
$153 per night
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Home in Coronado
1940s Remodeled Home in Historic Midtown District
$93 per night
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Private room in Paradise Valley Village
Scottsdale-RoomB-Pool-Shopping-Golf-Free Breakfast
$44 per night
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Home in Camelback East
Private & Cozy Central Phoenix Casita.
$100 per night
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Private room in Encanto
Melrose Queen Bed #4 Shared Bath
$61 per night
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Stays in Downtown Phoenix

Rental unit in Downtown Phoenix
Demeter | 1BR Downtown Scene Stylish Apt.
$185 per night
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Rental unit in Downtown Phoenix
Modern Downtown Studio near ASU & Chase Field
$276 per night
Rental unit in Downtown Phoenix
Modern 1 BR Apt near ASU Downtown Campus
$256 per night
Rental unit in Downtown Phoenix
Downtown, king bed, workstation and free parking
$129 per night
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Stays in Ahwatukee

Home in Ahwatukee
Cheerful 2 Bedroom Home in Great Phoenix Location
$117 per night
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Guesthouse in Ahwatukee
Enchanting Ahwatukee Secret Casita
$125 per night
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Guesthouse in Ahwatukee Foothills
Boutique Hotel Style Guest House
$150 per night
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Private room in Ahwatukee
Relaxing 1 Bedroom Oasis
$62 per night

Stays in Arcadia

Private room in Arcadia
Cozy Arcadia Guest Suite with Private Entrance
$125 per night
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Rental unit in Arcadia
Lux Studio with Pool Hot Tub Cold Plunge Oasis -W
$361 per night
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Condo in Arcadia
Old Town Scottsdale & private HOT TUB
$352 per night
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Home in Fashion Square
Charming 1 Bedroom Condo in Old Town Scottsdale
$237 per night
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Tips from Phoenix locals

Get advice about the city from the people who know it best. Local hosts share their tips and recommendations for travelers like you.

What should I pack?

“Hiking shoes Bring with you a pair of shoes for hiking. the trails around the valley are spectacular.”

Paolo
PaoloLives in Phoenix

“Bring clothing for hot climates. if you aren't used to hot weather it can feel extra hot. Outside of what you normally would like to have with you when you travel, here are a few things we recommend you bring. swimwear - swimming season for kids is a little longer than adults as kids tend to tolerate the colder water better than adults. swimmable pool temperatures are easily seen mid-may-mid oct for kids. the hot tub is always a good idea though! sandals- the ground is really hot during summer and warm most other times of the year. your favorite water bottle (empty if you are flying in). we might be cooler in the winter but it's still dry. the need to ensure you hydrate cannot be understated here!”

Kelli
KelliLives in Phoenix

What's the best way to get around?

“Phoenix is a driving city. Unless you drive your own car, plan on using uber and lyft.”

Paolo
PaoloLives in Phoenix

“Hov (aka carpool lanes) rules & rush hour Hov lanes on our freeways, the left lanes are often designated hov lanes. hov stands for high occupancy vehicle (defined as 2 or more in a car). lanes may be entered or exited at anytime. see the freeway signs for appropriate hov times. when not hov times, the lanes may be used as regular freeway lanes. rush hour traffic patterns traffic generally flows toward phoenix in the am and away in the pm. rush hours are approx 6:30-9:00 am, and 4:00-6:30 pm and can greatly impact travel time”

Kelli
KelliLives in Phoenix

What's the local culture like?

“Places in phoenix These are some things you might consider: the heard museum, heard.org "the foremost showcase of native american art and culture in the u.s., the heard museum reveals the cultures of tribes in the region through exhibits, demonstrations alive performances and displays the work of contemporary native american artists. artists demonstrate their work during the week and musicians perform on most weekends."; the desert botanical gardens dbg.org.; the musical instrument museum mim.org. these are all places that are interesting and unique to phoenix. there is a restaurant near here called valle luna that serves good, authentic mexican food. they tend to get busy at night so earlier dinner or lunch is better. matt's big breakfast is downtown and considered to be one of the best. first watch is also a good comfortable place for breakfast. the churchill is a small group of stores set up in large containers. https://thechurchillphx.com/ the yard is a fun place to eat. don't have the web address but you can find it on yelp. there are a lot of great day hikes and day drives. i have information about some of them in the room.”

Daniel And Terry
Daniel And TerryLives in Phoenix

“Expect long delays at restaurants from mid october - mid april Our winter months (oct-apr) bring lots of visitors to the phoenix area. this makes for long lines everywhere, and odd traffic patterns.”

Kelli
KelliLives in Phoenix

What are some useful phrases?

“Use manners The best advice i can offer is to use manners. what do i mean by that? say "hello". when you enter a store, say hello to the clerk. say hello when you meet someone's eyes while standing in line. etc. say "please" and "thank you" at appropriate times like when asking for something or when someone does a kindness toward you. say "excuse me" or "sorry" when you bump into someone or make an error. you can always say these even when it's not your fault because you may not realize that it was actually your fault.”

Kelli
KelliLives in Phoenix

Your guide to Phoenix

All About Phoenix

Sun-bathed Phoenix, Arizona’s capital and largest city, rules the Valley of the Sun, a metropolitan region that also includes such bustling regions as college town Tempe and swanky Scottsdale. A former agricultural hub, Phoenix is now the state's economic and cultural lynchpin. The city is home to world-class museums, nearly 200 golf courses, and — thanks to a population that is more than 40 percent Hispanic or Latinx — some of the best Mexican food to be had north of the border. The city also attracts adventurers who want to hike through storybook desert landscapes dotted with cactus and dramatic rock formations, which can be found just outside the city.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Phoenix?

This is the desert, and it’s hot. From June through August, it’s not unusual to experience temperatures over 100 degrees Fahrenheit, dipping to 90 and 80 degrees in September and October. November through March bring temperatures in the 60s and 70s with dips into the 40s, and in April and May, things soar back up to 80 and 90 degrees. Overall, the city sees 300 days of sun and very little rain. Pack for hot weather, and don’t forget sunscreen. During winter, bring layers for cooler mornings and evenings.


What are the top things to do in Phoenix?

Camelback Mountain

This mountain earned its name from a pair of peaks that resemble the hump of a camel’s back, and its reputation as a tough but rewarding hike thanks to panoramic views of the Valley of the Sun. There are two trails to take to the 1,420-foot summit, the Cholla Trail and the slightly harder Echo Canyon Trail. Both are challenging, featuring rocky terrain, steep ascents, and some climbing. As you hike, you’ll be surrounded by the colorful pink, orange, and red hues of the sandstone terrain from which saguaro and prickly pear cactus grow. Camelback Mountain is located just twenty minutes’ drive from downtown Phoenix, so you won’t have to wait long after finishing to reward yourself with a snack and a cool drink.

Desert Botanical Garden

Looking for something less taxing than a sweaty mountain hike? Explore more than 50,000 plant displays in this gorgeously landscaped 140-acre botanical garden devoted to desert flora. Thousands of agave and cacti grow here, alongside 485 rare and endangered species. Five themed trails cut through the gardens, which grow against the backdrop of the Papago Buttes, a cluster of striking red rock formations. The garden also hosts musical performances and art installations. Grab a quick bite at the cafe, or enjoy a sit-down meal of farm-to-table fare at the garden restaurant.

Musical Instrument Museum

Strum a Peruvian harp or try your luck at coaxing sci-fi-style wails out of a Theremin at this utterly unique museum showcasing more than 8,000 musical instruments from more than 200 countries. No, you can’t touch everything here, but a highlight for many visitors (especially kids) is the Experience Gallery, where you can bang gongs and thump on massive communal drums. A STEM gallery explores the science of soundwaves and frequency, while the Mechanical Music Gallery showcases player pianos, automatons, and music boxes that play themselves.

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