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Spacious Home Central to Hospitals & OKC Hot Spots
Entire residential home · 8 guests · 3 beds · 3 baths
Spacious Home Central to Hospitals & OKC Hot SpotsWe know how important it is to feel comfortable & relaxed when you arrive back from a long day, this is what inspired us to host and provide everyone that stays a place to recharge, relax and enjoy All kitchen items needed for cooking provided by host. Bathrooms stocked with shampoos, conditioners, bath products and more The home is less than a mile from The Children's Center and a short drive to OU Health, Integris, and downtown. W/D, A/C, WiFi, + provided Large Outdoor Pet Friendly Space
Fully-renovated Modern Condo
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Entire condominium (condo) · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath
Fully-renovated Modern CondoCharming, modern one bedroom condo in a very central location. Shopping, dining, and lots of other fun stuff within minutes. Downtown OKC just a short drive away. Lake Hefner is less than five minutes away - great for running, cycling or simply enjoying the beautiful sunsets. Condo is equipped with WiFi, smart TV’s with Netflix included, and washer and dryer. Coffee & tea bar.
Walk to Western Ave District in Minutes
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Entire residential home · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath
Walk to Western Ave District in MinutesStylish 100 year old duplex that’s been remodeled with a mid century modern design. 2 minute walk to the best restaurants, bars and coffee shops in the Western Ave District. Keeping with the original semi studio floor plan, the residence has 1 bedroom with a queen bed and the living room has a queen sized sofa bed. Equipped with brand new appliances including a washer/dryer and all the kitchen necessities you’ll need. Centrally located to all of OKC’s best urban districts.

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Miller Bungalow off May
$107 per night
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Centrally Located Guest Suite On 2 Acres
$44 per night
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Mid Century Modern Getaway-Plaza District
$65 per night
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Charming and Cozy 1 Bedroom With Eclectic Style
$45 per night
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Apartment Loft in Wheeler District
$68 per night
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Sleep Under Stars and Stripes near the State Capitol
$59 per night
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Garden Studio Apt. Midtown District OKC
$54 per night
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Modern Guesthouse in Historic Neighborhood
$58 per night
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Paseo Pad just minutes from Paseo District
$59 per night
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Beautifully Remodeled 3 Bedroom in Moore
$129 per night
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Cute Little Craftsman off May
$100 per night
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#5-OKC " Hidden Gem"
$52 per night

Your guide to Oklahoma City

Welcome to Oklahoma City

Oklahoma’s capital city has hit its stride in recent years as a number of exciting new offerings, like the First Americans Museum and the Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center, increase its cultural appeal. With art galore — like the 5,160-square-foot, 430-foot-long outdoor gallery, Plaza Walls — and a flourishing craft beer scene, Oklahoma City is making a good case to be the South’s next It City.

Set up your base in Midtown, where the funky Automobile Alley’s cool historic brick buildings and retro signage pay tribute to the neighborhood’s glory days as a hub for car dealerships and service shops, while innovative art collectives like Factory Obscura enhance the curb appeal. Downtown is home to Film Row, where top movie studios once had operations in the 1930s; the film industry today is picking up once again, with many production companies opening in OKC. If you’re traveling with kids, consider a rental in Bricktown, a walkable entertainment district with easy access to restaurants, bars, water taxis, electric streetcars, and sporting events.


How do I get around Oklahoma City?

Oklahoma City is serviced by the state’s largest airport, Will Rogers World Airport (OKC), which is just 11 miles from downtown and has daily nonstop service to many cities across the United States. If you’re flying into Oklahoma from overseas, Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) in Texas is the closest major international airport at 194 miles south; Amtrak’s Heartland Flyer train connects the two cities.

If you don’t want to deal with the hassle of parking in OKC, you can easily take a taxi or rideshare from the airport to your lodging, then use local transportation to get around. Two Oklahoma City Streetcar routes travel through many of the city’s most popular neighborhoods in Downtown and Midtown. With a tight downtown core that’s easy to navigate, Oklahoma City is also extremely walkable.


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

Spring and fall are pleasant times to visit Oklahoma City, when the sweltering heat of summer has subsided and you can make use of the city’s ample green space, like the 70-acre Scissortail Park downtown and the nearby Myriad Botanical Gardens, with its striking Crystal Bridge Conservatory centerpiece. That said, if you’re coming for water sports, sticky summer months like June are prime time for cooling off. Lovers of fine art should consider a trip to OKC in September during the annual Plaza District Festival and Mural Expo.


What are the top things to do in Oklahoma City?

Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum

A sobering visit to the site of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing should be the first stop on every OKC traveler’s to-do list for context on how the downtown landscape has changed over the past few decades, and how the local community rallied together to get through the tragedy.

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

With more than 30,000 objects and artifacts — including cinema clips, art, costumes, and artillery — the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum promotes and interprets the legacy of Western culture through exhibits and educational programs.

Riversport OKC

A whitewater rafting course may not be what you expect to find in a city devoid of natural rapids, but Riversport is perched on the man-made seven-mile Oklahoma River in the thriving Boathouse District. The channel is a championship training site for the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic rowing, canoe, and kayak teams, and a fun outing if you want to paddle the rapids, zipline over the river, ski on the new indoor slope, or test your skills on the six-level SandRidge Sky Trail.