8 Airbnb Dallas Rentals To Experience the Heart of the City
Sprawling over 60 miles in width, Dallas-Fort Worth certainly upholds the motto “Everything is bigger in Texas.” Exceedingly car-centric, the metroplex conceals its cultural diversity between fast-moving highways and widely spaced residential neighborhoods. Renting an Airbnb is the best way to immerse in local life and discover that Southern hospitality is still alive and well. From glamorous mansions to quiet couple’s retreats, these Airbnb Dallas rentals are the city’s best.
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Highland Park Sanctuary
Splurge on this luxury home with all the trimmings for a taste of Dallas luxury. Located in West Highland Park, one of the most affluent areas in the nation, this home is designed ornately yet tastefully. Modern art, marble, and sleek lines decorate the fresh interior. The yard features a cozy gas firepit and lounge space perfect for happy hours that spill into the evening. Minutes from Highland Park Village, the shopping is to complement the stay with stores such as Chanel and Hermes. Complete the affluent experience with dinner at renowned steakhouse Al Biernat’s. Dallas Airbnbs are rarely so posh and convenient at the same time.
Six guests, three bedrooms
Price: $800 per night
Posh downtown loft with rooftop pool
Take in the Dallas skyline while sipping a cocktail by the pool at this high-end downtown loft. Within walking distance (or public transit) from nearly everything in the heart of the city, this Airbnb Dallas rental is perfect for a stay that blends culture, work, and maybe even a bit of sports (ok, a lot — hop the line in two minutes to a Cowboys, Rangers, or Mavs game). This listing is unique because it’s actually two lofts combined into one rental, making it ideal for groups as well (did someone say Dallas bachelorette party?)
Ten guests, four bedrooms
$644 per night
Luxe three-bedroom near convention center
If visiting with a crew for business or pleasure, this Airbnb Dallas downtown property is ideally situated for convenience and comfort. The unit offers contactless entry and easy walkability to the Farmers Market and Reunion Districts (and as a bonus, when happy hour or an itch for live music arrives, Deep Ellum isn’t far away). You’ll receive free valet parking onsite and customer service is available to point you toward meetings, restaurants, and whatever else is on the agenda.
Ten guests, three bedrooms
Price: $629 per night
Downtown Studio Loft
Sleek and minimal, this airy apartment is situated in the buzziest district of downtown. Fit for couples or long-term remote workers, it’s centrally located in Dallas’s most urban neighborhood. Shop at the flagship Neiman Marcus just down the street, and sample elevated Texan comfort food at CBD Provisions. Drink a poolside cocktail at Waterproof and head back to a king bed and a spacious interior to rest until the next outing into the city.
Three guests, studio
Price: $119 per night
Fraser carriage house in Bishop Arts District
For a quirkier option, rent this charming cottage in the Bishop Arts District. Complete with a porch, a hammock, and an extensive book selection, this house will be sure to creatively recharge. The recently revitalized neighborhood still showcases its Hispanic roots, with pleasant boutiques, experimental eateries, and abundant greenery. Sample nationally renowned tacos at Trompo, and grab a stiff cocktail at bookshop-turned-bar The Wild Detectives. Return home for more relaxation in the most colorful garden you’ll find in Airbnb Dallas rentals.
Two guests, one bedroom
Price: $87 per night
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Luxury modern home perfect for remote work and walkability
Spacious and modern yet welcoming, this large East Dallas home would do well to entertain any assortment of large groups. The house is a destination in itself, ultra-modern and complete with uniquely curated art and plenty of space to spread out. With multiple Smart-TVs and ultra-fast internet, it could be a family-friendly remote workspace or the backdrop for a celebration. Located in a peaceful area mere minutes from Deep Ellum and the heart of the city, the location is ideal to explore Dallas’s pedestrian trail network. Plus, there’s a ping pong table. Game on!
12 guests, five bedrooms
Price: $630 per night
Cowtown Craftsman in Stockyards near downtown
For a taste of Cowtown, look no further than this charming 1925 home mere minutes from the Stockyards. Complete with cacti sculptures, a bucket fountain in the garden, and a spacious Southern-style porch, it’s the ideal launching pad for a honky-tonk night at Billy Bob’s. With three bedrooms, five tables, and strong internet, it could also function as a communal working space in the most cowboy of environs. Grab some meat at nearby Cooper’s BBQ, fire-up the fireplace, and soak in the Texan aroma.
Six guests, three bedrooms
$153 per night
Lower Greenville Treehouse
Nicknamed “the treehouse” due to a beautiful magnolia tree out front, this brand new apartment marks all the boxes for a long-term stay. With an interior that’s equal parts roomy and cozy, fast Wi-Fi, a washer and dryer, and a balcony, it’s the place to set up base in Dallas solo or as a couple. Located in Lower Greenville, it’s in an area that’s happening, central, but still quiet and safe. Situated between Downtown, Deep Ellum, and White Rock Lake, this Airbnb Dallas option is in the most convenient location to explore varying urban moods.
Four guests, one bedroom
Price:$83 per night