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Vacation rentals in San Antonio

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Top-rated vacation rentals in San Antonio

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Loft in San Antonio
The Historic Nix House Riverwalk Loft - Downtown
Revisit the past in a brand-new loft studio apartment situated in a revived nineteenth-century carriage house behind our main home. With full amenities, a grocery store and dozens of restaurants nearby, this is a perfect spot for exploring the historic neighborhood, River Walk, San Antonio Missions, and the Alamo. Located across from the San Antonio River, from here you also can explore over 100 miles of greenway trails by bike or on foot. Note: booking for April 2024 in October 2023.
ﺩ.ﺇ481 per night
Superhost
Guest suite in Helotes
Luxurious Retreat Between Six Flags and SeaWorld.
Hill Country get away overlooking the city. Separate and private quarters with a spacious living room, full kitchen, bedroom w/closet, bathroom w/shower, and a beautiful back porch. Ten minutes away from Fiesta Texas (watch their fireworks from your private balcony or bed every Saturday at 9:15 during summer) and Sea World, twenty minutes from downtown, and one mile away from Old Town Helotes. Pool and hot tub are available to our guests for additional fee of $50 per day.
ﺩ.ﺇ383 per night
Superhost
Apartment in San Antonio
Exclusive RiverWalk Apartment: Feel like locals.
As a guest, you will enjoy the rich history of our home with the comfort of the 21st century. Our home is one of only a handful of homes backing up to the RiverWalk, in the heart of King William, the first historic district in Texas. The apartment faces the river and you will love the view. Our goal is to exceed your expectations and deliver an exceptional experience. Come stay at the perfect place to enjoy the charm of our city.
ﺩ.ﺇ435 per night

Stay near San Antonio's top sights

San Antonio River Walk804 locals recommend
SeaWorld San Antonio803 locals recommend
The Alamo879 locals recommend
San Antonio Zoo569 locals recommend
The Rim218 locals recommend
Alamodome123 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in San Antonio

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Condo in San Antonio
The Condo (close to airport + free parking, gated)
ﺩ.ﺇ459 per night
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Tiny home in San Antonio
Southtown Tiny House
ﺩ.ﺇ357 per night
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Apartment in Downtown San Antonio
Downtown Upscale Apt | Fast Wi-Fi | Next to HEB
ﺩ.ﺇ439 per night
Superhost
Guest suite in San Antonio
Cozy Efficiency Studio Apt/B near DownTown
ﺩ.ﺇ245 per night
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Guest suite in San Antonio
Angel’s Place
ﺩ.ﺇ268 per night
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Apartment in San Antonio
Complete Cozy Stylish 1BR/1BA Near Downtown
ﺩ.ﺇ272 per night
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Guest suite in Downtown San Antonio
Alma del Rio
ﺩ.ﺇ364 per night
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Loft in San Antonio
*CLEAN* Downtown Loft- Skyline - 1 mi to Riverwalk
ﺩ.ﺇ391 per night
Superhost
Apartment in Downtown San Antonio
Beautiful Modern 1-Bedroom 1-Bath Apartment
ﺩ.ﺇ643 per night
Superhost
Apartment in San Antonio
Close to Pearl | Frost Center| FT Sam| Alamodome
ﺩ.ﺇ252 per night
Superhost
Loft in San Antonio
Dazzling Downtown Contemporary Loft Full Furnished
ﺩ.ﺇ400 per night
Superhost
Apartment in Downtown San Antonio
Downtown SAT | On Riverwalk | King Bed | Walkable
ﺩ.ﺇ410 per night

Your guide to San Antonio

All About San Antonio

Situated in the southwestern corner of the Texas Triangle, San Antonio is the only major city in Texas that existed before the state won its independence from Mexico. Its Spanish influences are still evident here, from street names to local dishes to the most famous of its five missions — and one of the state’s marquee attractions — The Alamo.

But you don’t need to look to the past to appreciate San Antonio. The city is also home to one of the most famous river walks in the country, as well as a slew of hiking and cycling trails that crisscross the region. And in recent years, city planners have revitalized many of San Antonio’s forgotten neighborhoods, turning old warehouses and factories into bustling markets, museums, and galleries.


The best time to stay in a vacation rental in San Antonio

The bars and restaurants along San Antonio’s River Walk always have an energetic buzz about them during those hot summer nights, making a weekly rental a popular choice during the sunny weather. However, if you don’t cope too well with high temperatures, it’s worth visiting a little later in the year when things are cooler. Fall is the best season to enjoy everything the city has to offer, with hiking trails and other outdoor activities more accessible in October and November. You also stand a far better chance of grabbing a riverside table during this time of year.


Top things to do in San Antonio

El Mercado

To see San Antonio at its best, pay a visit to the city’s market square, which is often referred to by its Spanish name, El Mercado. Here, you’ll find over 100 local restaurants and shops covering a sprawling outdoor plaza. Not only is this place home to handmade Mexican crafts, there’s also authentic food with live music to help wash it down when the hot evenings arrive.

Brackenridge Park

A locals’ favorite, this scenic park is home to a stretch of the San Antonio River and is a great place to take a relaxing walk during your stay. If you head here early in the morning before the heat takes a hold, you’re bound to come across a runner or two stretching their legs. In the summer evenings, the park becomes a popular picnic spot for families and groups of friends.

The River Walk

This iconic 15-mile waterway is one of America’s largest urban ecosystems, and the beating heart of San Antonio. Highlights include a four-story shopping complex, outdoor performance theatre, eight-mile paddling trail, and a separate channel that leads you to the San Antonio Museum of Art. Visit in April during San Antonio’s Fiesta and you’ll see the waterway lit up with colorful floats for the River Parade.

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