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Coachella vacation rentals

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Top-rated vacation rentals in Coachella

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Guesthouse in Indio
New, beautiful private casita w/ full kitchenette.
Modern and cozy private casita with bathroom en-suite. This space was proudly designed with comfort and style in mind. All new remodel. Keypad entry door lock with private entrance provides convenient self check-in. Full kitchenette stocked with basics to prep your own meals and many extra items throughout provided for guest convenience. Whether you need a place to rest for a single night during your travel or a week’s stay during vacation to our beautiful desert, “Our Casita, is your Casita”.
$99 per night
Guest suite in Indio
Private Casita w/Separate Keypad Entrance in Indio
Self Check-in Private Entrance Casita with no added / hidden cleaning fee. Including a bedroom with Queen size "Serta Perfect Sleeper" bed, 42" TV, mini fridge, microwave and Kuerig coffee maker. Wall AC unit and ceiling fan for guest comfort. Private en-suite bathroom with a shower. A closet & empty dresser. I've been an Airbnb super host for 8 years and try my very best to make sure the casita is clean and comfortable for all my guests. I welcome you to my home & your own private casita!
$78 per night
Guest suite in Indio
Casita with private entrance attached to house
This adorable desert casita sleeps four. There is one bedroom with a queen bed and a queen sofa bed in the living room. It includes a full bathroom. The kitchen has all stainless steel appliances, a gas stove, microwave, refrigerator, and brand new fixtures. There is a new stackable washer/dryer. It is a brand new structure that was just completed in 2021. Great place for someone looking for a quiet and relaxing space near desert festivals and walking distance to Walmart shopping center.
$154 per night

Stay near Coachella's top sights

Fantasy Springs Resort Casino286 locals recommend
Spotlight 29 Casino87 locals recommend
Augustine Casino36 locals recommend
TKB Bakery & Deli156 locals recommend
Lighthouse dispensary4 locals recommend
Walmart Neighborhood Market66 locals recommend

Coachella house rentals

Home in La Quinta
Casa Mendoza desert retreat w/ pool 3BD#064938
$174 per night
Home in Indio
Pool + Spa | Modern | Luxury Stay | Desert Escape
$270 per night
Home in La Quinta
Fabulous Spanish home w Heated Pool/Spa & Fire Pit
$186 per night
Home in Coachella
Private Casita
$76 per night
Home in La Quinta
Luxury House w/ Salt Water Pool, Spa, Golf PGAWest
$339 per night
Home in La Quinta
Modern Clean Luxury Retreat Pool Spa
$183 per night
Home in Indio
Hollywood House w/private pool
$252 per night
Home in Indio
The Villa Palms | Modern Luxury Getaway with Pool
$306 per night
Home in La Quinta
Modern Desert Escape w/ Mountain Views 2BD#222624
$199 per night
Home in La Quinta
Beautiful 3BR 3BA Home With Private Pool #240122
$268 per night
Home in La Quinta
Mid-Century Oasis in the Cove - Casa Palma
$153 per night
Home in La Quinta
Desert Place- Pool,Jacuzzi, Mountains, 3BR, 222362
$210 per night

Quick stats about vacation rentals in Coachella

Total rentals

880 properties

Rentals with a pool

390 properties have a pool

Pet-friendly rentals

270 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

610 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

15K reviews

Nightly prices starting at

$30 before taxes and fees

Your guide to Coachella

All About Coachella

Most famous for the annual music festival of the same name, the city of Coachella comprises a relatively flat and spread-out design that stretches to the easternmost Coachella Valley. The red rocks of the San Bernardino Mountains act as an omnipresent backdrop, visible from just about everywhere you go. And the natural wonders of this area expand in every direction, from Joshua Tree National Park in the east to the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains in the south.

This once arid patch of desert has evolved into a city with a rich cultural history that permeates from every white stucco-walled, red-tile roofed building. The palm tree-lined streets of Downtown Coachella spring to life with dining options, including Mexican, Italian, and Chinese cuisine. And the city has created multiple self-guided walks through Pueblo Viejo — the Old Town — that will bring you to historic buildings and intricate murals that tell the story and struggles of the people who have called Coachella home.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Coachella

Make no mistake, this is the desert. Temperatures can reach extreme highs in Coachella Valley during the summer, while winters stay temperate and comfortable. Each year in April, the valley hosts what is arguably one of the country’s most popular music and arts events of the year, and hundreds of thousands of people flock to the area to see high-profile musical acts against the gorgeous desert background. Between May and October, temperatures often rise above 100 degrees Fahrenheit. When it starts to get cooler in autumn, the nearby city of Thermal hosts an annual air show, with another held in Palm Springs during January that features fighter planes from World War II. Palm Springs is also home to the region’s second biggest artistic event of the year, an international film festival also taking place in January.

Top things to do in Coachella

Tahquitz Canyon

Home to the Agua Caliente Band of the Cahuilla people for thousands of years, the Tahquitz Canyon contains natural and historical wonders. Stop by the visitor’s center to check out exhibitions on the region’s history; it’s also the starting point for a two-mile loop hike up and down the staggering 60-foot waterfall. Along the trail, you’ll find incredible rock formations, ancient irrigation systems, and rock art painted with red ochre somewhere between two and three thousand years ago.

Cabot’s Pueblo Museum

Built from reclaimed local materials and handmade adobe bricks in 1941, this museum and former home was inspired by Hopi pueblo design. The museum’s four stories house 35 rooms displaying art and artifacts of local Indigenous tribes in addition to the founder’s works of art.


Originally constructed to be a living, breathing, movie set in the 1940s, this town evokes the look and feel of a Wild West settlement. It still functions as an active production studio year-round with an 1880s façade. The interiors of the buildings along Mane Street house ice cream parlors, retail shops, and even a bowling alley.

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