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White Castle luxury condominium.

Lovely bright 1 bedroom condominium provides a wonderful space for your stay of 30-180 days (55+ community) . Recently remodeled for your enjoyment. Gourmet kitchen with dishwasher, beautiful bath and a comfortable bed await you. Pools/hot tubs close by; gym, pool room, and clubhouse also available. Golf (if available ) and restaurant/bar are open to guests at Apache Wells clubhouse. Plan your sunny vacation today.

$52 per night
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PRIVATE CASITA

Attached private studio casita with separate front entrance for easy convenient access. Casita has Kitchenette with fridge, microwave, Keurig (with selection of hot drinks), some cooking equipment and utensils. Relax on comfy loveseat with Ottoman and smart TV. Close to freeway access, Chicago Cub Stadium 10 min, Sky Harbor Airport 20 min and Phoenix/Mesa Gateway Airport 30 min.

$58 per night
  1. Entire condo
  2. Mesa
Updated Condo at Arizona Golf Resort

This updated condo in the Arizona Golf resort has earned accolades on other sites. Convenient location. Relax at the pool and spa out front and walk to resort amenities including restaurants and golf. Nicely furnishes with all the necessary items for enjoyable stay. Waiting for your rave review.

$75 per night

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Mesa winter vacation rentals

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Cozy condo near Cubs/Angel training camps in Mesa
$80 per night
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  2. Mesa
Arizona Home - With 1 Cozy Bedroom
$36 per night
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  1. Private room
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Beautiful Desert Home - Close to Everything!
$30 per night
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  1. Private room
  2. Mesa
What Airbnb was originally created for.
$38 per night
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Brand New Modern 1BR 5 mins from PHX
$77 per night
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Casita with hiking, biking and shopping all nearby
$50 per night
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Attention Baseball Fans! (Cubs...Oakland A's...)
$79 per night
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King/private luxsuite/convertible bed/cook-outside
$56 per night
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Lovely 1 Bedroom Rental Unit With Pool Access!!!
$76 per night
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  1. Private room
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East Mesa Guest Room-Close t Everything!
$30 per night
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  1. Private room
  2. Tempe
Pleasant, Peaceful, Papago
$38 per night
  1. Entire guesthouse
  2. Mesa
Casita - Painted Mountain Golf Getaway | 1-4 guest
$72 per night

Mesa home rentals

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Great room to stay for spring training season!
$35 per night
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The Hunter Guest room with beautiful backyard
$45 per night
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  2. Dobson Ranch
Private cozy room, comfortably sleeps 2 Room 3
$47 per night
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  2. Chandler
Rod's Place. Prime Location at Chandler
$37 per night
  1. Private room
  2. Tempe
HOMESTAY Near ASU/Upgraded throughout. BR#2
$35 per night
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Cozy Room in Mesa
$45 per night
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  1. Private room
  2. Gilbert
Haunted Mansion. king + private bath
$49 per night
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  2. Chandler
Private King Suite in Chandler Home - Pool/Hot Tub
$39 per night
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Cozy & Comfy Bedroom, 10 min to DT Gilbert & Mesa
$51 per night
  1. Private room
  2. Gilbert
Cute Room in Gilbert
$50 per night
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  2. Tempe
Cozy bedroom in Tempe
$39 per night
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Cozy & Comfy Bedroom, 10 min to DT Gilbert & Mesa
$51 per night

Weekly rentals in Mesa

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Guest Casita on Desert Hacienda
$71 per night
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New Private Bedroom w/ gorgeous Bathroom (shared)
$72 per night
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  2. Dobson Ranch
Private cozy room, great location! Sleeps 2 Room 2
$46 per night
  1. Private room
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Guest Bedroom/Library
$40 per night
  1. Private room
  2. Chandler
Ashley
$49 per night
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  1. Private room
  2. Gilbert
Cozy Room: Quiet, Clean, Queen Bed, and Fast Wifi
$47 per night
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Carriagehouse Loft Guesthouse - Craftsman Style
$104 per night
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Beautiful Lakeside Gilbert Home
$69 per night
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★ Relaxation Suite - Mesa AZ - Private bathroom
$72 per night
  1. Private room
  2. Mesa
Cheerful 1 bedroom shared bathroom peaceful local
$34 per night
  1. Entire home
  2. Tempe
Quiet Casita centrally located
$49 per night
  1. Private room
  2. Mesa
Boise's hideaway
$27 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.


How do I get around Mesa?

The Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) is only 15 minutes away from the center of Mesa. The two cities share an extensive public transportation system that will shuttle travelers between Phoenix and various districts of Mesa, where the commercial strips and downtown are easy to explore on foot. That said, renting a vehicle at the airport is the best option for getting around the city, as many of the area’s most spectacular attractions lie in distant parts of town or outside Mesa altogether. Furthermore, due to the extreme heat that persists through much of the year, motoring about in a vehicle with air conditioning will help keep you comfortable under the sweltering Arizona sun.


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.