Discover Vacation Rental Apartments in Austin, Texas
Kick back, and relax in your own private outdoor space at the Eastside Lodge Austin, Texas | Courtesy of The Eastside Lodge Austin / Expedia.com
Quirky cafes, fabulous food and live music make the Texan capital a must-visit. Drop into Franklin Barbecue for mouth-watering brisket, swim in the river at Zilker Park before a night filled with bar-hopping down Dirty Sixth. Bed down at one of these local-style apartments during your next trip to Austin, and book your stay with Culture Trip.
The Eastside Lodge Austin
5/5 (9 Reviews)
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Now from $304 per night
A private two-bedroom vacation home for six, three blocks away from 6th Street. No, it doesn’t get much better than the Eastside Lodge. This fully furnished home has plenty of space inside and out for your crew to kick back and relax. All of the essentials are included, such as laundry facilities, safe parking and a barbeque grill. The ease of access to 6th Street is unrivaled, putting Rollin Smoke BBQ, the Lucky Duck and too many bars to count right in your backyard.
Desirable Townhomes on South 1st Street by Sonder
4.6/5 (25 Reviews)
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Now from $145 per night
Although it’s on the opposite side of the Colorado River from bustling 6th Street, the Desirable Townhomes on South 1st Street will convince you that this part of Austin is just as awesome. These fully equipped two-bedroom townhomes sleep six and offer instant access to the natural beauty within the city. Lady Bird Lake and the bat haven Congress Avenue Bridge are only a short walk away. You won’t miss out on great eats either, as beloved local haunts like Odd Duck, Uchi and Lenoir offer everything from New American cuisine to Japanese and Mediterranean favorites.
Kasa Campus Spaces at UT Austin
3.2/5 (11 Reviews)
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Now from $111 per night
Give your brain a little vacation stimulation at these single-room vacation apartment rentals in Austin. A short walk from both the University of Texas at Austin and the Museum District, tours of the campus, the Texas Memorial Museum, the Blanton Museum of Art and the Bullock Texas State History Museum are a must. Kasa Campus Spaces also features a pool, arcade room and shopping on site if you need a little mindless fun in your schedule.
Kasa Austin East Apartments
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Discover what apartment living in East Austin is like at these Kasa vacation rentals. You’re welcome to cannonball between the two outdoor pools as the sun kisses your body with Texas-sized tan lines. The one-bedroom apartment features both a kitchen and a private balcony, two creature comforts that you’ll savor after a night out. Speaking of, the MLK Jr Station is one block away, which means you’ll never be more than a few minutes from all of the action Downtown and on the riverfront.
Kasa Austin 2nd Street Apartments
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No matter if you’re visiting Austin with your beau, your family or your best friends, it’s hard to beat the location of these Kasa apartments. Halfway between the Colorado River and 6th Street, these one- and two-bedroom vacation rentals each feature pet-friendly spaces and private balconies. The apartments’ swimming pool is convenient, but you’ll likely be too busy diving into the shopping strip on 2nd Street, the foodie scene on 6th Street or taking long hikes along the riverfront.
Sonder – East Eleventh
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There’s one smoky reason to stay at these East Eleventh suites: Franklin’s Barbeque. If you already know, then you’ve already booked the room. To the uninitiated, Franklin’s is the spot for barbeque, rivaling every other joint in the country. Obviously, you’ll wait in a queue, but that’s a fair tradeoff for amazing barbeque. When you get back to your suite with the meat sweats, you’ll be thankful for the outdoor pool, cool air conditioning and breezy balcony.
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The full kitchens in these East 5th Street suites are quite convenient – pity that you won’t use them much. Any Austinites will tell you that 6th Street has any and every kind of food you could want. These suites come in clutch with their calorie-burning fitness center and their laundry facilities that are well-versed in removing a buffet of stains from bibless shirts. The free wifi comes in handy, too, when you’re ready to be the envy of your followers.
Sonder – The Domain
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Downtown Austin is absolutely amazing, but these suites near the Domain will prove that North Austin is a worthy destination in its own right. Across the street from hours of retail therapy and the great outdoors, you’ll roll out of your deluxe suite and into your afternoon plans in no time. The apartment pool and suite’s flat-screen TVs do provide entertainment, but the Typhoon Texas Waterpark a few more miles (kilometers) north is overflowing with fun.
Kasa Austin Downtown Apartments
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Kasa’s downtown apartments let you see what it’s like to live by the lake and the river. These one- and two-bedroom apartments, in the Second Street District, are only two blocks from the water. Spend your days swimming in Lady Bird Lake or floating down the Colorado River. Dry off on the walk back to your suite, throw your clothes in the washer and dryer, then step right into Austin’s busy shopping district.
Sonder – Crescent
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When you stand on the rooftop terrace of these Sonder Crescent suites, you’ll be happy you chose to stay on the south side of the river. Though downtown is no farther than a few minutes across the Congress Avenue Bridge, you’ll likely stay close to your studio suite. The live music at Butler Metro Park, the great restaurants lining South Congress Avenue and the amazing downtown vistas from the river will convince you to spend a few more days in your one-bedroom suite.
These recommendations were updated on August 17, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.