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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.
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.
Two guests can stay in this new-construction guesthouse in a historic Oklahoma City guesthouse and feel right at home. It features a private bedroom and bathroom, kitchen, living area, closet, and laundry machines. You’ll be just minutes from the Plaza District, Midtown, Downtown, the Paseo, Bricktown, the fairgrounds, and the airport. Inside the space, you’ll have lots of natural light and a mix of modern and mid-century furnishings. The entrance to the rental space is on the west side of the building, and parking is available in the driveway or on the street.
Here’s a beautiful and renovated home for rent on Airbnb that can host up to six people. It has three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms in a safe and conveniently located neighborhood. It is an affordable Airbnb rental with new windows, a small garage, and a laundry/dog room. One bedroom has a king-size bed, and the other two bedrooms have queen-size beds. You’ll have the whole house and the attached garage, plus the fully fenced backyard.
With two bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms, this Midtown Oklahoma City condo is newly constructed and close to restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and boutiques. It has two private and spacious balconies to enjoy the city views and three levels to spread out. You can almost always find free parking on the street in front of the building or use the private parking spots on the north side of the building. The condo is in a very walkable location and near the trolley a block away. This is a dog-friendly condo rental with an open lawn next to the property to take them out for a walk. You may hear some noise on the weekends from nightlife and traffic, so the host provides a white noise sound machine.
You can stay in this modern country cottage with two bedrooms and two bathrooms for your trip to Oklahoma City. It is in the heart of the Plaza Art District and sleeps five people. The rental home comes with a full kitchen, Wi-Fi, smart TV, and a private parking spot. There’s a queen-size bed in the master bedroom and a full-size bunk bed in the second bedroom. Guests can use the laundry facilities if they stay for 10 consecutive days. Just step outside and you’ll be a short walk from NW 16th Street for art galleries, local beer, wineries, coffee, restaurants, ice cream, and the Lyric Theater.
Larger groups of up to eight people can book this charming Airbnb with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. It is located just a few minutes from Downtown and Midtown, and you can easily access everything in the city from here, including the State Fair Park and OCU campus. The Airbnb rental is in a quiet neighborhood, is kid-friendly, and has a backyard. The list of amenities includes free snacks and coffee, laundry machines for stays of three or more days, a covered carport and garage, and high-speed internet.
Eclectic and boho-inspired, this Airbnb rental accommodates five guests in Oklahoma City. It is located in the Urban Core and is a fun space close to shopping and restaurants. The Paseo Place is located in the Paseo Arts District and gives guests easy access to the highway and historical sites. There are two queen-size beds in both bedrooms of the rental, and a fifth guest can sleep on the couch. Other features of the home include a kitchen, dedicated workspace, TV, and Wi-Fi.
It’s also fun to stay in this remodeled, three-bedroom bungalow for a family or business trip in Oklahoma City. It is equipped with comfortable furnishings, four TVs, high-speed Wi-Fi, laundry machines, and kitchenware. Guests also have a private and fenced backyard, BBQ grill, and front and back patios to relax on. Self-check-in is easy with the combo lock, and the host provides everything you need to be comfortable. There is a travel crib and highchair available if you are traveling with a baby, and there’s a retro-styled playground just a one-minute drive from the bungalow if you have children who want to run around and play.
Take yourself back in time to the late 1960s with a stay in this retro home with Palm Springs vibes. It is a unique and themed Airbnb rental with three bedrooms and one bathroom to accommodate up to six guests. You’ll be just minutes from everything in the city and have modern amenities to feel right at home. Airbnb guests will have this entire home and yard to themselves, and there is a driveway and small portico available for parking too.
Located right on 16th Street in the heart of the Plaza District, this Airbnb is fresh, clean, and newly renovated for up to six guests. It has three bedrooms and two bathrooms in a location that is less than a two-minute walk to some of the best shopping and dining in the city. There’s a private backyard for guests to enjoy. Guests often book this pet-friendly Airbnb for the central location that is just 10 minutes from the airport and a few minute’s drive to Midtown, Downtown, and the fairgrounds.
Here’s a unique, astronomy-themed house that has a hot tub and is near the Oklahoma City zoo. The home was designed by a professional astronomer and is family-friendly to accommodate up to five people. The home has two bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms. The hot tub is in the backyard and offers impressive views of the night sky. The master bedroom and kids’ rooms have celestial and ocean themes that are fun for families too. The host can set you up with a basket of wine as an add-on special. The yard is fully gated, and the laundry room is available for weeklong stays or longer.
Four travelers can book this Oklahoma City Airbnb with two bedrooms and one bathroom. It is a peaceful rental in a centrally located place in the city. From here, it’s easy to get to the Plaza District, Lake Hefner, government offices, restaurants, and cafes. One bedroom has a king-size bed, the second bedroom has a queen-size bed, and the living room has a sofa bed. Pets are allowed to stay here with you. The home also offers a kitchen, dedicated workspace, Wi-Fi, and free parking.
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.