Vacation rentals in Phoenix

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  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Encanto
Melrose Mid-City Oasis

Melrose Mid-city Oasis is in one of the hottest districts in Central Phoenix with a thriving restaurant and nightlife, but has its own private patio onto lovely back yard with muraled walls and plenty of action around the bird feeders. Its perfect for travelling professionals that are looking to feel at home away from home and want a central location for quick access to hospitals or downtown. Kitties are on property if you need to give a pet, but have never been in the studio, so don't fret!

  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Central City
Turn of the century upstairs carriage house

upstairs carriage house, one bedroom, living room, full kitchen, bath, is upstairs above another unit, so does have shared wall, outdoor patio space, shared washer/dryer below parking for one small car only, no visitor traffic at this unit, no visitor traffic here, outdoor smoking only, no visitor traffic here if you will have visitor traffic do not book this listing please

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  1. Private room
  2. Tempe
Pleasant, Peaceful, Papago

I live in a spacious clean, uncluttered home in a nice quiet neighborhood. Papago Park is located right around the corner from my house. There is great hiking or walking in the park which also connects to the Phoenix Zoo. There are also many bars and restaurants close by, right across the lake in downtown Tempe.

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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Central City
tiny cottage studio
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  1. Entire serviced apartment
  2. South Mountain
Studio Suite by the majestic South Mountain
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  1. Private room
  2. South Mountain
AMAZING QUITE CLEAN BEDROOM
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Central City
Quirky cottage style apartment
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  1. Entire condo
  2. Camelback East
Modern Home In Uptown Phoenix
  1. Entire villa
  2. Central City
Quirky little bungalow guest house
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  1. Private room
  2. Tempe
Big Room-Free Brkft-South Mountain-Private Pool
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  1. Entire serviced apartment
  2. South Mountain
Comfortable Studio Suite at Phoenix Golf Resort
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Scottsdale
Lovely 1-Bedroom Apartment with a Pool
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  1. Private room
  2. South Mountain
Brand New room 7mins from phx airport
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  1. Entire guesthouse
  2. West Phoenix
Adorable Private Guesthouse Near Grand Canyon Uni
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  1. Private room
  2. Tempe
Charming Cheap Room Near Arizona Grand Resort

Tips from Phoenix locals

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What should I pack?

Hiking shoes Bring with you a pair of shoes for hiking. the trails around the valley are spectacular.

Paolo
PaoloLives in Phoenix

Bring clothing for hot climates. if you aren't used to hot weather it can feel extra hot. Outside of what you normally would like to have with you when you travel, here are a few things we recommend you bring. swimwear - swimming season for kids is a little longer than adults as kids tend to tolerate the colder water better than adults. swimmable pool temperatures are easily seen mid-may-mid oct for kids. the hot tub is always a good idea though! sandals- the ground is really hot during summer and warm most other times of the year. your favorite water bottle (empty if you are flying in). we might be cooler in the winter but it's still dry. the need to ensure you hydrate cannot be understated here!

Kelli
KelliLives in Phoenix

What's the best way to get around?

Phoenix is a driving city. Unless you drive your own car, plan on using uber and lyft.

Paolo
PaoloLives in Phoenix

Hov (aka carpool lanes) rules & rush hour Hov lanes on our freeways, the left lanes are often designated hov lanes. hov stands for high occupancy vehicle (defined as 2 or more in a car). lanes may be entered or exited at anytime. see the freeway signs for appropriate hov times. when not hov times, the lanes may be used as regular freeway lanes. rush hour traffic patterns traffic generally flows toward phoenix in the am and away in the pm. rush hours are approx 6:30-9:00 am, and 4:00-6:30 pm and can greatly impact travel time

Kelli
KelliLives in Phoenix

What's the local culture like?

Places in phoenix These are some things you might consider: the heard museum, heard.org "the foremost showcase of native american art and culture in the u.s., the heard museum reveals the cultures of tribes in the region through exhibits, demonstrations alive performances and displays the work of contemporary native american artists. artists demonstrate their work during the week and musicians perform on most weekends."; the desert botanical gardens dbg.org.; the musical instrument museum mim.org. these are all places that are interesting and unique to phoenix. there is a restaurant near here called valle luna that serves good, authentic mexican food. they tend to get busy at night so earlier dinner or lunch is better. matt's big breakfast is downtown and considered to be one of the best. first watch is also a good comfortable place for breakfast. the churchill is a small group of stores set up in large containers. https://thechurchillphx.com/ the yard is a fun place to eat. don't have the web address but you can find it on yelp. there are a lot of great day hikes and day drives. i have information about some of them in the room.

Daniel And Terry
Daniel And TerryLives in Phoenix

Expect long delays at restaurants from mid october - mid april Our winter months (oct-apr) bring lots of visitors to the phoenix area. this makes for long lines everywhere, and odd traffic patterns.

Kelli
KelliLives in Phoenix

What are some useful phrases?

Use manners The best advice i can offer is to use manners. what do i mean by that? say "hello". when you enter a store, say hello to the clerk. say hello when you meet someone's eyes while standing in line. etc. say "please" and "thank you" at appropriate times like when asking for something or when someone does a kindness toward you. say "excuse me" or "sorry" when you bump into someone or make an error. you can always say these even when it's not your fault because you may not realize that it was actually your fault.

Kelli
KelliLives in Phoenix