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People visit Houston for all sorts of reasons, such as to see the sights, visit family and attend sporting events. The city has plenty of great hotels to suit any type of traveler, but you can also live more like a local and perhaps save money too when you visit by renting an Airbnb for your stay. Here are some of the top Airbnbs in Houston for every budget and travel style.
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If you’re looking for a high-rise apartment experience in Houston, then Mahogany’s downtown Airbnb is a great pick. You’ll have the whole apartment to yourself and love soaking in the rooftop pool and working out in the rooftop gym. There’s high-speed Wi-Fi and a Smart TV in the living room to keep you connected. Guests receive complimentary snacks, coffee, and bottled water. You can also stop by the vending machine on the first floor for snacks. Amenities that make this Airbnb worth booking are the hot tub, free parking on premises, and elevator access. You’ll also be within walking distance from lots of Houston’s restaurants, bars, and clubs here.
It’s also fun to stay in a tiny house for your trip to Houston, such as Jerry’s popular place in Midtown. This tiny house has a bedroom, kitchen, living space, and full bathroom. Guests can even rent a Mini Cooper, Audi S4, or bicycles for an extra fee. The house is near downtown and Montrose, and it has a rustic urban farm feel with all the amenities you could want. Guests need to climb a ladder to access the loft space. You’ll enjoy the high-tech features here, such as Wi-Fi, Roku with Netflix and Sling TV, and security features. Parking is free on the premises, and guests have their own access to the tiny house area.
For a little extra room to spread out, you can also rent out Spencer’s Place in Houston, which has three bedrooms and is great for up to four guests. You’ll have the whole house to yourself and be about 15 minutes from downtown and also from the Galleria. The house is in a quaint and friendly neighborhood and also has a courtyard. Extra perks of this Airbnb are free parking, Wi-Fi, BBQ grill, and cooking basics.
Another way to live large while staying tiny is to rent this container living pod, which is a tiny house suitable for two guests. It has one bed and a bathroom, offers free laundry, and is just minutes from Minute Maid Park and the Toyota Center. The luxury apartment container measures 8×20 and is 160 square feet in size. Solo travelers and close couples enjoy staying here, and a crib is available if you are traveling with a baby.
Albert also offers his house on Airbnb that is great for up to four guests and has two beds, one-bedroom, and one private bath. You’ll check in with a keypad at this Spring/North Houston home that’s three minutes from the I45 or 99. The space is private, has Smart TVs, has fast and free Wi-Fi, and features a game room with an air hockey table, dartboard, and putting green. This Airbnb is about 25 minutes from downtown and eight minutes from The Woodlands.
As you can see, Houston has lots of great tiny house options, and Tiny Eagle is another one of them! This Airbnb is great for two guests and is in the historic 3rd Ward neighborhood just minutes from downtown. It’s small but still feels spacious and well-designed with quartz countertops and wood flooring. The shower has wall jets and two rainfall fixtures. You can also take advantage of free gym access at nearby Emancipation Park and enjoy the fun weekend bar vibe on Emancipation Avenue.
This tiny house also accommodates up to two guests and has a great kitchen, tiled shower with toiletries provided, and lounge area. It’s just a few minutes from downtown and close to major highways. The home is on a lot next to the owner’s home and fenced in with a café table outside to use. A light breakfast and snacks are provided by your hosts, Veronica and Rene.
Meanwhile, Gloria offers a popular studio in Houston with one bedroom and one bathroom in a tranquil environment. It’s about seven minutes from the Galleria and separate from the main house with its own access. Stay here for quiet accommodations in a centralized location in Houston.
Donna’s popular bungalow works well for up to three guests and features a private 520-square-foot room and bathroom. Guests have access to the salt pool, a full-size refrigerator, microwave, and coffee maker. Stay here to be in walking distance of lots of restaurants, bars, Whole Foods, and Trader Joe’s. Small, non-shedding dogs may be allowed if you ask before your stay.
For a trip to Houston with four guests, consider staying at Tressie’s downtown loft, which you’ll have all to yourself. This is a historic 1920s building that has been updated with modern amenities. One garage parking spot is included for guests. Sports fans enjoy staying here because BBVA Compass Stadium is just a block away, and Toyota Center and Minute Maid Park are within walking distance.
For larger groups, Phillip’s two-bedroom house works well for up to eight guests. The Airbnb property has high-end finishes, free off-street parking, and is centrally located near downtown, the airports, stadiums, and medical centers. Guests who stay here enjoy the front yard and side porch areas, custom cabinetry, hardwood floors, and laundry facilities.