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Top-rated vacation rentals in Austin

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Condo in East Austin
Studio Condo in Heart of East Austin
A spectacular studio in the heart of vibrant, fun East Austin. Surrounded by dozens of great restaurants and bars. Just 1 block from Plaza Saltillo train station and walking distance to the convention center and downtown. The unit has a full kitchen, washer dryer, private parking space, and pool access. The parking and living areas are gated for extra security. The complex is a 5 star energy green building with several electric car charging stations in the parking garage.
$123 per night
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Rental unit in East Austin
East Downtown - Little East Austin Gem
This new modern studio condo is only 1 mile from downtown, walk-able to all the bars, restaurants and fun on East 6th St, one of Austin's hottest areas. Franklin's BBQ is just blocks away along with many other eating establishments. Enjoy downtown views from the deck. Easy check in and check out.
$97 per night
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Guesthouse in East Austin
Retro Modern Guest House + Deck + Work Remote
Retro meets modern in this private guest house nestled amongst the trees. Work remote on the shaded, upper-level deck, walk a few blocks to some of the trendiest East side food and coffee spots, and enjoy many amenities that will make you feel right at home.
$114 per night
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Stay near Austin's top sights

Photo of The Domain
The Domain769 locals recommend
Photo of Circuit of The Americas
Circuit of The Americas347 locals recommend
Photo of Domain NORTHSIDE
Domain NORTHSIDE128 locals recommend
Photo of The Oasis On Lake Travis
The Oasis On Lake Travis508 locals recommend
Photo of McKinney Falls State Park
McKinney Falls State Park378 locals recommend
Photo of Barton Creek Square
Barton Creek Square75 locals recommend

Austin condos

Condo in Downtown Austin
Brand new condo with rooftop pool with Lady Bird Lake view, WiFi, and central AC
$256 per night
Condo in East Austin
East DT condo w/private patio skyline view & more
$92 per night
Condo in Downtown Austin
★Lush, Enchanting Austin Oasis!★
$122 per night
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Condo in Travis Heights
BoHo|KingBed|Walk2SoCo|6thSt|SXSW|Moody|1gbWiFi|UT
$107 per night
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Condo in Travis Heights
Modern SoCo Condo in the Heart of SXSW!
$107 per night
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Condo in Downtown Austin
24th floor condo with pool on Rainey St by Locale
$203 per night
Condo in Downtown Austin
Downtown Treetop Hideaway- SXSW, 6th St, UT Campus
$133 per night
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Condo in Downtown Austin
31st floor condo with pool on Rainey St by Locale
$182 per night
Condo in Downtown Austin
Brand New 24th Floor Rainey St. Luxury Condo
$142 per night
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Condo in Downtown Austin
Cozy Modern Gem in the Sky * Rooftop Pool *
$155 per night
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Condo in Central Austin
Incredible Oasis- Walk and Shop, SXSW, Nightlife!!
$127 per night
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Condo in Downtown Austin
Central Modern Condo w/ Amazing Luxury Amenities
$124 per night
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Austin apartments

Rental unit in Central Austin
The Hideaway
$80 per night
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Rental unit in East Austin
Spacious Eastside 1/1 94 walk score w/amenities
$106 per night
Rental unit in Downtown Austin
Brand-new Rainey St. studio - 32nd floor, lake-view balcony - rooftop pool & gym
$231 per night
Rental unit in Downtown Austin
Frontdesk | 1 BR Apt near Museum of the Weird
$129 per night
Rental unit in Downtown Austin
Rainey Street High Rise Condo!
$146 per night
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Rental unit in Downtown Austin
Outlaws’ Downtown Hideout
$121 per night
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Rental unit in East Austin
East DT flat +easy parking & w/d in unit Location!
$90 per night
Rental unit in Downtown Austin
Frontdesk | Studio Apt by the UT Tower
$117 per night
Rental unit in Travis Heights
★Perfect for Couples★ 5 Min from SoCo & DWTN!!
$76 per night
Rental unit in Austin
Stunning King Bed 1BR, Fast WiFi, 8 Min to DT
$68 per night
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Rental unit in Zilker
Insta-Ready Apartment in Barton Hills w/ King Bed
$108 per night
Rental unit in Central Austin
Studio downtown ATX walking distance to bars&food
$118 per night
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Austin vacation rentals

Home in Bouldin Creek
Sweet South Austin Bungalow in Bouldin Creek
$113 per night
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Guesthouse in Riverside
Brand new, Private Studio close to Downtown Austin
$123 per night
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Home in East Austin
Casita blocks from DT, E 6th, Town Lake, Rainey St
$105 per night
Home in East Austin
The Tiny| Walk to Coffee & Tacos | Cozy
$93 per night
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Loft in Austin
Contemporary Couples Getaway Near Austin Favorites
$108 per night
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Tiny home in East Austin
Moody Brand-New Spacious Tiny Home Prime Location!
$122 per night
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Condo in Downtown Austin
20th floor condo with pool on Rainey St by Locale
$198 per night
Condo in Barton Hills
Retro Gold With a City View! Steps From Zilker
$88 per night
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Rental unit in Austin
625 sqft near DT Austin w/elevated patio & was/dry
$80 per night
Rental unit in Zilker
Zilker/Barton Springs 1bdrm *Personal Garage*
$115 per night
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Rental unit in East Austin
Fun 1/1 <10 min to DT w/easy parking & w/d in unit
$72 per night
Rental unit in East Austin
Eastside studio close to DT ATX w/ laundry in unit
$81 per night

Tips from Austin 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?

“Always bring water Hopefully you don't buy plastic water bottles still, but definitely bring water wherever you go. i'd invest in a yeti - b/c they're cool and they stay cold for forever!”

Max
MaxLives in Austin

What's the best way to get around?

“Uber/lyft and local favorite ride austin are all easy to catch from our house. Taxi service is less reliable. all very economical since we live so close to austin's main attractions. public transport consists of buses. go to capmetro website if interested in bus routes.”

Robyn
RobynLives in Austin

“Getting around -ride sharing would be the best way to get around if you don't have a car. -rent a car? download the park atx app so you can add time to the meter while you're out and about -the nearest metro (local bus) stop is 1.5miles from our hourse”

Ian
IanLives in Austin

“Get to know the major street names in south austin. Manchaca, lamar, south congress, ben white (aka hwy 71) and mopac (aka loop 1 north) ---- if you get familiar with where these roads are on the map, you'll have an easy time finding your way around. also, it may be helpful to know "manchaca" is pronounced like "mancheck"”

Amanda
AmandaLives in Austin

“Uber and lyft are great for austin Download the apps and start riding”

Carrie
CarrieLives in Austin

What should I not miss?

“The bats under congress bridge! Head down to the congress bridge, or rent a canoe and park it under the congress bridge around sunset any day and prepare to be amazed with hundreds of thousands of bats as they head out for the night to feast!”

Max
MaxLives in Austin

How can I save money on this trip?

“Great travis county park (free!) Great primitive trails just ten minutes up 71 toward austin. southeast metropolitan park!”

Carrie
CarrieLives in Austin

What are some local customs?

“Matthew mcconaughey, famous austin native & resident says, "we don't honk in austin." We do drive very fast! so, plan ahead a little and it won't be too bad!”

Carrie
CarrieLives in Austin

“If you want to bbq on the porch, go to the food locker for farm fresh beef, pork & bacon.. They close at 6pm sharp..”

Marshall
MarshallLives in Austin

“If you see a tip jar, anywhere, it means the hourly wage is tragically low. please be generous. It's not just service staff. from sandwich-makers to counter clerks ($5/hour), tip jars alert you to the underpaid population of our town. don't forget the musicians!”

Paula
PaulaLives in Austin

Your guide to Austin

Introduction

The Texas capital is a mecca of everything the state does best: inventive cuisine served from its food trucks; live entertainment celebrated at festivals touting music, tech, and extreme sports, and of course the all-essential SXSW; and plenty of outdoor experiences that call for biking, hiking cycling, swimming, bouldering, and kayaking year-round. Downtown Austin is the center of it all, with a thriving arts and shopping scene by day and lively nightlife after the sun sets, especially on Sixth Street and in the Warehouse District. Take a step back in time in South Austin, where beloved restaurants and classic architecture surround the biggest city park. The fast-growing neighborhood of East Austin, an eclectic enclave of food and boutiques, is another great spot to explore.


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

Austin boasts 300 sunny days a year, but there’s no denying that the city sizzles in the summer, with July being the hottest month. Average high temperatures are in the 90s Fahrenheit from June through September, with lows only getting into the 70s. Winter is a far more temperate season, with highs in the upper 50s to low 70s and lows dipping into the upper 30s. Spring and fall are the most pleasant seasons for a vacation, with highs usually in the 70s and 80s and lows in the 50s to 60s. The clearest skies arrive between July and November, with the highest average days of rain in May.


What are the top things to do in Austin?

Texas Capitol

The Texas state house is as grand in stature as the state is in size, earning a spot on the National Register of Historic Places in 1970 and being declared a National Historic Landmark in 1986. Made of sunset red Texas granite, the three-story capitol building is the largest in the nation — yes, it’s more than 14 feet higher than the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC. But the true beauty is in the details, such as the ornate oversized brass door hinges and chandeliers with light bulbs that spell out “T-E-X-A-S.” Take a free half-hour tour or pick up a map to take a self-guided tour.

Congress Avenue Bridge Bats

No bat signal needed! One of the most stunning sights in town is this fascinating natural phenomenon as between 750,000 and 1.5 million bats — the largest urban colony on the continent — fly out from under the Ann Richards Congress Avenue Bridge every night at dusk.

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center

Founded by Lady Bird Johnson and actress Helen Hayes in 1982, the 284-acre University of Texas at Austin Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center is committed to preserving the state’s native plants, with more than 900 species on site. There’s also an arboretum with more than 70 kinds of Texas’ native trees.

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