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Vacation rentals in Sunnyvale

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Private room in Sunnyvale
Silicon Valley / Sunnyvale room
A Sunnyvale stunner in the heart of Silicon Valley. Perfect for interns or people looking to reduce commute times! Newly remodeled townhouse with garden level room. Fully furnished in teak and bamboo. Attached private bathroom. Semi private entry. Refrigerator / Microwave, coffee and 55” 4k tv with Comcast cable. High speed internet and full premium cable with HBO, Showtime. Access to onsite pool and hot tub. Release your inner “Gordon Ramsey” with access to the remodeled kitchen.
$60 per night
Private room in Sunnyvale
Private room/bathroom, central location
Large private room on the first floor of a townhouse. Excellent location - corner of Tasman Dr and Fair Oaks Ave, Sunnyvale in a very quiet neighborhood. Close to to VTA Light Rail (Fair Oaks station). Walking distance to the grocery store and a few restaurants. Five minute drive to CalTrain station. The room is fully furnished: double bed, desk, computer chair and a closet. Full private bathroom. Access to the kitchen. Plenty of parking space. Easy access to 101/237.
$60 per night
Private room in Sunnyvale
Adorable 1-Bedroom with Private Bath and Parking
You will be close to everything when you stay at this centrally-located place. 3-blocks from Apple Space Ship, Safeway, Starbucks and multiple restaurants and Asian Grocery stores. Quiet neighborhood, peaceful location with pleasant neighbors. Our backyard is huge with lot of green trees and places to sit and enjoy tea, lunch and dinner. You will also get an assigned parking spot.
$65 per night

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Stay near Sunnyvale's top sights

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Apple Park26 locals recommend
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Las Palmas Park13 locals recommend
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Apple Park Visitor Center71 locals recommend
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Serra Park5 locals recommend
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Moffett Field Historical Society Museum14 locals recommend
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Sunnyvale Farmers Market25 locals recommend

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$120 per night
Private room in Sunnyvale
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$125 per night
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$89 per night
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New Bedroom with Private Bath
$59 per night
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Convenient, comfortable bed and bath in Sunnyvale!
$50 per night
Hotel room in Sunnyvale
GREAT value Deluxe King room/ full service hotel!
$99 per night
Private room in Downtown San Jose
New Cozy Room
$56 per night
Private room in Sunnyvale
Room With Private Entry Sunnyvale CA
$49 per night

Your guide to Sunnyvale

All About Sunnyvale

Sunnyvale is a mid-size city in the Santa Clara Valley of California, right in the heart of Silicon Valley. Known as the birthplace of the video game industry, the town changed from being focused on fruit orchards to becoming a magnet for the tech industry, an evolution you can explore at the Sunnyvale Heritage Museum.

The heart of Sunnyvale is tree-lined Murphy Avenue, which is home to historic buildings that now house coffee shops, Irish pubs, and a cozy local bookstore. There are also urban parks to explore here, including Baylands Park, where you can hike or bike the San Francisco Bay Trail, which is a great place to spot birds and wildlife.

Visit the Sunnyvale Farmers Market on Saturdays, play a round of golf at Sunnyvale Golf Course, or pay a visit to one of only two museums in the country that are dedicated to lacemaking.

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

There’s never a bad time to visit Sunnyvale, given the area’s mild, temperate climate. December through March are the coolest and wettest months, while May through September range from pleasantly warm to hot and dry. Outdoor activities beckon all year round here, including cycling or walking in Baylands Park, or spotting the wild parrots in Las Palmas Park. If it’s raining, pay a visit to one of the local museums, the downtown comedy club, or one of the area theaters.

If you visit in April, head to nearby Cupertino for the Cherry Blossom Festival to enjoy a celebration of Japanese culture. Alternatively, come in October for a festival celebrating art and wine where you can sample food and drink and browse hundreds of artisan booths. In December, the German Holiday Market sets up in the Mountain View Caltrain Station, where you can shop for unique handcrafted gifts as well as traditional German holiday treats.

What are the top things to do in Sunnyvale?

Sunnyvale Heritage Park Museum

Visit Sunnyvale Heritage Park Museum to learn about the history of the Sunnyvale area, and its transformation from a fruit-growing and canning hotspot to high-tech capital. Explore Orchard Heritage Park next door, and depending on the time of year, you can admire the apricot blossoms, take in the rich scent of ripe fruit, or buy some fruit or preserves at the fruit stand.

Baylands Park

Baylands Park features more than 70 acres of development parkland and more than 100 acres of wetland preserve. You can rent a bicycle and ride the trails, or just hike and explore. Bring your binoculars and watch for birds — egrets and herons are common, and during migration season, watch for raptors of all kinds. The park adjoins the San Francisco Bay Trail and offers plenty of spots for picnics.

Santa Cruz

Just 45 minutes away over the mountainous Highway 17 lies Santa Cruz, a seaside town popular for its beaches, breweries, and boardwalk. You can easily spend a day here biking the West Cliff Drive path past the popular Steamer Lane surf break, riding the attractions at the boardwalk, and grabbing Mexican food at a local taqueria. Numerous scenic hiking trails take you through the redwoods above the town.