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Beautiful Desert Home - Close to Everything!

Light and airy desert home located close to everything the Phoenix Valley has to offer. We offer homesharing for our two separate guest room listings with a shared bathroom. I live alone with my little dog Tinker Bell. I take pride in my home and pride that I have been able to newly remodel everything. We are close to restaurants, all freeways, airports, and golf courses. We are close to Spring Training, Motorcycle Week, the Renaissance Fair, concerts and so much more!

$30 per night
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Comfy Mesa Casita with King Bed

Casita with a king size bed and kitchenette located in a quiet Mesa neighbored. The room is dedicated Airbnb space with a private entrance, private bath, and kitchenette perfect for a quick breakfast or a bite to eat. We are located minutes from the freeway and a 15 minute drive to Scottsdale, Tempe, Chandler, and Gilbert. Within minutes of some of the many hiking trails around the valley.

$61 per night
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Arizona Home - With 1 Cozy Bedroom

This is the best place to stay! Whether you're traveling on a vacation, a traveling nurse or doctor, work; this AirBnB stay is the perfect choice! We are very close to Downtown Mesa where you will get lots of dining options and new experiences. This bedroom includes a closet and a half closet for essentials. There is a wall rack for coats as well. In this bedroom you'll also enjoy a king size comfy bed, smart tv, bathroom and yard access. A microwave and mini fridge are included inside the room.

$41 per night

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Mesa Market Place Swap Meet27 locals recommend
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Usery Mountain Regional Park51 locals recommend
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Casino Arizona26 locals recommend
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Mesa Arizona Temple7 locals recommend
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Hohokam Stadium51 locals recommend
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Mesa Arts Center53 locals recommend

Mesa winter vacation rentals

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COZY Guest Suite with Private Entrance
$56 per night
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Private bedroom with gorgeous bathroom (shared)...
$62 per night
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Casita - Painted Mountain Golf Getaway | 1-4 guest
$72 per night
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Tropical Mountain Valley Casita
$99 per night
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Private entrance, Simple cozy room & Own bathroom
$44 per night
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Spacious Sonoran Studio Apartment
$48 per night
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Quiet, spacious, private bed/ bath with breakfast
$52 per night
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Oasis retreat.Private HEATED POOL* Mesa/Tempe/Phx
$107 per night
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The Oasis Hideout
$73 per night
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Casita
$58 per night
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Fresh Bed, Fresh Bread in Beautiful Studio!
$66 per night
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Sanitized Spacious Desert Getaway
$59 per night

Mesa home rentals

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FABULOUS with complimentary PRIVATE HEATED POOL!
$114 per night
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WOW! Luxury Desert Oasis!
$306 per night
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Princess Drive · Outstanding 5 Star residence with Private Heated Pool
$142 per night
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Fabulous Golf Course home & Private heated Pool!
$170 per night
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QUIET & PEACEFUL home! With heated swimming pool.
$100 per night
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Spacious Room-Free Breakfast-South Mountain-Pool
$36 per night
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Oasis Bungalow
$110 per night
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Cozy & Comfy Bedroom, 10 min to DT Gilbert & Mesa
$41 per night
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Private Queen Bdrm w/Private bathroom
$30 per night
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Stunning Downtown Gilbert Home with Pool & Spa
$181 per night
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Room 1
$45 per night
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Relaxing Room: Quiet, Clean, Queen, and Fast Wifi
$42 per night

Weekly rentals in Mesa

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East Mesa Guest Room-Close t Everything!
$30 per night
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Tempe private room-SouthMountain-Airport-ASU-Brkft
$38 per night
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Hobart Hideaway-4b-Pool-Darts-Relaxing-Pergola
$141 per night
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Entire house-4 BR-Heated Pool-Brkfst- Next to Mall
$128 per night
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5 Bd/2 Ba/8 Bed/SPA/Golf/ASU/Cubs&A's/Dwntwn Mesa
$91 per night
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Light and Bright 1-Bed. Private Bath
$35 per night
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Stunning Mesa/Gilbert home. Heated pool included!
$100 per night
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Desert Oasis | Pool + Luxury Patio | 10+ Guest
$132 per night
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Private Room for Single in Quiet Neighborhood
$29 per night
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Stylish Private Room in Shared Home w/ Summer Pool
$45 per night
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Quiet house near Sky Harbor airport
$38 per night
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East Mesa Cozy Private Queen Room/ Pool
$35 per night

Your guide to Mesa

All About Mesa

Saguaro cactus reaching to the sky, expanses of terracotta-tiled roofs, and the constant presence of the arid, imposing Superstition Mountains characterize this south-central Arizona city. While Mesa may technically be a suburb of Phoenix, it certainly doesn’t take a back seat. As Arizona’s third-largest municipality, Mesa has more than its fair share of cultural offerings, recreational activities, and entertainment options. Mesa is home to stylish cafes, a thriving nightlife, and talented chefs exploring the intersection of Mexican, indiginous Southwest, and European cuisines. The Mesa Arts Center is the largest art park in the Southwest, with over 200 sculptures, theaters, and galleries.

The city’s proximity to the Sonoran Desert and accompanying nature reserves provide plenty of opportunities to explore the area’s world-renowned red rock formations. Hiking and mountain biking are popular activities here, with easy access to hundreds of miles of trail systems snaking through the deserts. For a reprieve from the heat, you can always head onto the Salt River or one of several nearby lakes, joining the other paddle boarders, kayakers, and swimmers cooling off in the water.


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

Mesa boasts over 300 days of annual sunshine, with accompanying desert conditions, but the temperature does shift from season to season: from sunny and warm during the winter to scorching (and sunny) in the summer. Because of the extreme heat, winter and the shoulder seasons may be the ideal times to look for vacation rentals in Mesa — especially if you’re planning on hiking and mountain biking. Regardless of the time of year, it is important to be prepared for the heat and sun when visiting Mesa. Be sure you always have access to cool clothing, sunscreen, a hat, and plenty of water when you’re outdoors (many locals also keep water in the car in case of emergencies).


What are the top things to do in Mesa?

Lost Dutchman Museum

Set on a 15-acre plot of land at the foot of Superstition Mountain, this museum highlights the history and folklore of southern Arizona. Geological displays will help you look at the ancient rock formations in a new light, and an exhibition on the region’s Native American roots traces the history of human habitation here back more than 12,000 years. Adjacent to the museum are the remnants of the Apacheland Movie Ranch; during its heyday, the facades of storefronts and streets you’ll wander around were used to film several now-famous Westerns.

Arizona Museum of Natural History

Arizona’s arid climate conditions have preserved the area’s geological, anthropological, and ecological history extraordinarily well. The Arizona Museum of Natural History showcases the wide-ranging varieties of fossils archeologists have found in this region, including those belonging to dinosaurs and long-extinct North American megafauna.

Usery Mountain Regional Park

Half an hour outside town, this nearly 4,000-acre nature park lies at the mouth of the Sonoran Desert. Hiking, biking, and horse riding trails lead you through terrain as varied as rugged mountaintops and vast stands of saguaros. If you’re up for a late-night drive, park’s desert air also provides some of the most pristine stargazing opportunities in the country.

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