Oklahoma City is one of the crossroads cities of America, with a convenient interstate location and many people driving through the region on cross-country road trips. It’s also a fun place to plan an overnight stay to break up your drive and check out the trendy new restaurant scene and some of the local parks and family-friendly attractions. Whether you’re passing through just for the night or looking to explore the city in more depth, there are some excellent Airbnb properties in Oklahoma City to give you a local experience, including the following.
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If you have a big travel group or just want more room to spread out, consider this affordably priced three-bedroom home. Up to 12 guests can stay in the four beds and three bedrooms here. This is a one-story remodeled home that’s close to Top Golf, the zoo, Downtown, Bricktown, the Remington Park Casino and Racetrack and other attractions. Yet it’s in a quiet neighborhood off of I-235 and one side of a duplex that you’ll have all to yourself. Guests appreciate the easy parking, convenient amenities, and local guidebook provided.
Perfect for a large group, this Airbnb property can suit up to 14 guests with three bedrooms and 2.5 baths. The two-story remodeled home with upstairs bedrooms is just minutes from lots of top attractions in town. You’ll be just off Highway I-235 between Oklahoma City and Edmond here. Perks include a 60-inch TV, garage parking, high-speed internet, free Netflix, and other entertainment options. The third bedroom won’t be available here unless you have at least six guests on your reservation. Guests here enjoy the easy check-in and check-out and the responsive host.
With a big group, you can also stay in this Plaza District bungalow that’s a 12-minute walk to the Plaza District. Families and friend reunion groups enjoy staying here on the queen beds, futons, air mattresses, and large sectional. This is a one-story home with a washer and dryer for laundry, multiple places to park cars, and a fenced-in backyard that is shared with another Airbnb property and has a charcoal grill you can use.
Another unique and accommodating Airbnb in Oklahoma City is this tiny home for two guests, which has one bed and one bathroom. The tiny house has an open-plan layout, kitchenette, private patio, and nice décor. It is an accessible place to stay with wide doorways and step-free bathroom access. When you stay here, you’ll be two miles from the Plaza District and all of its fun shops, galleries, venues, and restaurants.
You can also be near the Plaza District in this 1,012-square-foot home that suits up to nine guests and has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. When you stay here, you’ll be near the Dewey Street Car platform and near parks and a splash pad for kids. It’s a two-story home with a fully-stocked kitchen, laundry facilities, and multiple free parking options. Here you can enjoy a shared fenced-in backyard with your travel companions.
This cozy home has 11 beds and two bathrooms to accommodate up to 12 guests for your time in Oklahoma City. You’ll have this four-bedroom house to yourself with modern amenities and furnishings. It’s less than a mile from both the Plaza District and Midtown. Stay here for quiet accommodations that feel like home. You can also bring your pet along for a $20 additional fee.
This Airbnb property is perfect for up to four guests with two beds and one bathroom. It’s an apartment you’ll have to yourself and also in a really convenient location in Oklahoma City. The apartment is pet-friendly for a one-time $10 cleaning fee and has a fully-equipped kitchen. Other guest perks are covered parking, coffee pods for the coffeemaker, private bathroom, comfy beds, and cozy living room.
To stay in Oklahoma’s Art District, consider this guesthouse for up to six guests. It is conveniently close to public transport, nightlife, and family-friendly activities. Here you’ll also get a pet-friendly fenced-in yard, fast Wi-Fi, local artist artwork on display, and even access to a trampoline. Laundry machines are available for use as well.
To get to know the historic side of Oklahoma City, stay at this studio Airbnb near the capitol. It has one bed and one bathroom, as well as a spacious brick patio in the Lincoln Terrace area of town. It’s a quiet and family-friendly neighborhood and also about 16 minutes from the airport. Bathroom essentials, free parking, Wi-Fi, and self-check-in are provided by your hosts.
This bungalow in Oklahoma City is great for up to four guests and has two beds and one bath. You’ll have this home to yourself in the Sequoyah addition near NW 30th and Pennsylvania. It is about 560 square feet in size, about 10 minutes from Downtown, and five minutes from the Midtown Plaza District. Perks of staying in the bungalow include a kitchen, Wi-Fi, breakfast, and free parking. Come here for a safe and clean place in OKC that’s well-stocked and cozy.
One of the most unique places you can stay overnight in Oklahoma City is Jes’ OK Treehouse. This peaceful outdoor treehouse accommodates two guests in an eco-friendly camping experience in the trees. It is best to book when the temperatures are pleasant (only a small electric heater and no air conditioning inside) and when you are looking for a creative community vibe. The room space measures just 64 square feet and has a deck for hanging out. Be prepared for climbing stairs and using a camping toilet! Your host’s property is in a nice residential neighborhood and a few blocks off Route 66.