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Holiday rentals in Austin

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Top-rated holiday rentals in Austin

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Studio SoCo
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Entire guest suite · 2 guests · 2 beds · 1 bathroom

Studio SoCoLocated near the trendy area of South Congress also known as "SoCo". This is a very private studio, has a private entrance, private bath and off street parking. Great access to the bus lines and 3 miles to downtown (~$6 Uber ride). Walking distance to food and entertainment galore. But, still in a quiet neighborhood with a homey feel to it.

East Downtown Austin Modern Condo
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Entire townhouse · 4 guests · 1 bed · 1.5 bathrooms

East Downtown Austin Modern CondoNew, clean and organized, smart-home automated, modern condo in East Downtown Austin. Spacious, tall ceilings, queen size bed, sleeper sofa and air mattress. Trendy location with great bars and restaurants. Easy parking. Extra half bath. High speed Fiber Wifi. Sonos sound system and large screen TV. Perfect location for UT-Austin, Downtown and Festivals. Free bike rentals on site. Great guidebook with lots of fun recommendations for nightlife, dining, and outdoor activities in Austin.

Modern, Serene Studio in Hip East Austin
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Entire guest house · 3 guests · 2 beds · 1 bathroom

Modern, Serene Studio in Hip East AustinGet comfy with a coffee or local cuisine on the alfresco couch and soak up the peaceful vibe at this standalone studio tucked away from main streets. The minimalist modern aesthetic features nods to Austin’s history and large windows to admire the pecan trees that canopy the unit.

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Popular amenities for Austin holiday rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

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Explore & Relax in East ATX 🏡 Close to Everything!
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21st-Century Granny Flat in Heart of East Austin
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  1. Entire guest house
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★Quiet, Private, South Congress Cottage ★3★
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Shipping Container Elevated Tiny House in S Austin
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  1. Entire guest suite
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Glamorous and Tranquil Suite Steps from South Congress
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  1. Entire guest house
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Light-Filled Loft near Lady Bird Lake
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  1. Entire guest house
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Tiny Oreo House in Hip Central East Austin
  1. Entire residential home
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Renovated Central Austin 2BR with Beautiful Yard
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The Bird’s Nest~ a bit of Eden near downtown 🌱
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  1. Entire guest house
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Adorable guesthouse w/free parking near Hyde Park
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  1. Entire guest house
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Travis Heights Studio Retreat under 1 mile to SoCo
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  1. Entire guest suite
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Private Apt! Affordable. Close to Airport & DT

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

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