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Top-rated vacation rentals in Dallas

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Private room in Downtown Dallas
Private Room in Downtown Townhouse
Comfortable and private guest room with a queen size bed, desk, couch, TV, attached bathroom and more, located all by itself on the first floor of a 3 story downtown townhome. Enjoy the privacy of staying on your own floor, coming and going as you please using keypad locks and your own personal pass-code while at the same time enjoying all the comforts of home including a kitchen, living/dining area, covered parking, laundry and a rooftop terrace with a downtown view of the Dallas skyline.
$86 per night
Apartment in Downtown Dallas
Abode | Dallas Oasis | Views, Space, Light, Pool!
Step into this chic apartment in the historic Butler Brothers Building and be captivated by the beautiful large windows framing downtown Dallas. Enjoy city views from the rustic and industrial interior, featuring exposed pipes and loft-style flooring. Bedroom black-outs ensure a great night's sleep, and you have access to a fully equipped kitchen, community pool, and gym. Whether it's for work or play, this comfortable and convenient home base in the heart of the city has got you covered!
$93 per night
Apartment in Oak Lawn
Stylish Apartment Close to all the Hotspots
One Bedroom apartment, Centrally located near the Medical District, Lower Greenville, Deep Ellum, Cedar Springs and Downtown; walk to cafes, restaurants and bars. This apartment has all the amenities and perfect location that one needs. With modern conveniences like WiFi and Smart TV.
$86 per night

Airbnb-friendly apartments

Planning to spend more time in the Dallas area? You can rent a place to live and host it part-time with Airbnb-friendly apartments.

Airbnb-friendly apartments

Planning to spend more time in the Dallas area? You can rent a place to live and host it part-time with Airbnb-friendly apartments.

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Explore Dallas

Stay near Dallas's top sights

Galleria Dallas277 locals recommend
The Dallas World Aquarium485 locals recommend
Fair Park4 locals recommend
NorthPark Center597 locals recommend
Dallas Zoo350 locals recommend
The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden710 locals recommend

Dallas home rentals

Private room in Dallas
Dallas at your doorstep! /Private guest suite
$86 per night
Private room in Oak Cliff
Private Bedroom near Bishop Arts
$61 per night
Private room in Oak Cliff
Dallas Home-5 Mins from Downtown Dallas
$47 per night
Private room in Northwest Dallas
*Love Field* Room Dallas Downtown&Medical District
$47 per night

Dallas condominium rentals

Condo in Lower Greenville
Lower Greenville Hideaway- Patio + King Bed
$98 per night
Condo in East Dallas
New, Cozy 1B w/ Gym | Near DT Dallas
$77 per night
Condo in East Dallas
Comfortable Modern Condo in Prime Location
$89 per night
Condo in Oak Lawn
Turtle Creek studio condo w/ pet patio
$109 per night

Your guide to Dallas

All About Dallas

Dallas is a sprawling metropolis in north Texas, yet it’s no expanse of concrete, with the Trinity River cutting through the city center and manicured green spaces and tree-lined parks scattered around downtown. The city is home to some of Texas’ most well-known sports teams and a vibrant arts scene. Among the eight art museums and 20 blocks of galleries is the Dallas Museum of Art, one of the largest in the country, with more than 20,000 works by Texas artists and international creators.

The Dallas Park System is also an integral element of the city, and well-kept green spaces cover nearly 20,000 acres of urban terrain. Klyde Warren Park is tucked between skyscrapers and hosts food trucks, outdoor movies, and fitness events each week, and the looped trail at waterfront White Rock Lake Park brings pedestrians and bikers through an oasis of oak and pecan trees.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Dallas

The weather in Dallas can vary greatly depending on the season. Summers are hot and humid, while winters are cold and dry. On a summer day, you can take a break from the heat to admire rare gems and minerals at the five-story Perot Museum of Nature and Science. December through January Dallas is in full holiday mode, with activities like ice skating and the annual Dallas Holiday Parade.

Spring’s warm and rainy weather is an ideal time to visit the 66-acre Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, when the vibrant blooms of the seasonal wildflowers in the designated color garden will be on display. Cool autumn weather brings out the city’s fall foliage, making it an ideal time to go to the Scyene Overlook for a panoramic view of the Great Trinity Forest’s hardwoods, now clad in bright red and orange shades.

Top things to do in Dallas

Nasher Sculpture Center

The 2.5-acre Nasher Sculpture Center in the heart of downtown Dallas’ Arts District is home to more than 300 sculptures, displayed both indoors and outdoors. Manicured landscaping and elegant fountains sit alongside changing exhibitions and permanent works by internationally renowned artists.

Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge

For some of the best views of the Dallas skyline, meander along the pedestrian area that skirts the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. A tall, circular overlay covers the bridge and the Trinity River below it, an interesting architectural piece that complements the city skyline. The best time to visit is right after sunset, when the buildings start to light up.

Bishop Arts District

The Bishop Arts District is an oasis for independent wares, with side alleys decorated in vivid murals. This shopping area is more than 100 years old, one of the most historic corners of downtown. Here you’ll find vintage delights at local record shops and comic book stores, as well as new, one-of-a-kind pieces at boutiques selling hand-crafted jewelry and home decor.

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