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2 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms / Sleeps 4
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Bedrooms:2
Bathrooms:2
Sleeps:4
Type:Apartment
Per night:$310 - $350
Per week:$1,900 - $2,100
Pets allowed:Yes
Internet:Yes

Our 2brdm/2 bath (2000sg/ft) Resort- Like apt is absolutely breathtaking. Located in one of the most coveted buildings in the city, the building and apt's within it have been deemed as 'A- list' living in Houston. Coming from NYC, we chose this building because of the ‘walkable’,...

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Houston Apartment
1 Bedroom / 1 Bathroom / Sleeps 3
Apartment / 1 Bedroom / Sleeps 3

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Bedrooms:1
Bathrooms:1
Sleeps:3
Type:Apartment
Per night:$270
Per week:$1,650
Pets allowed:No
Internet:Yes

This unit will be ready and available on or before July 5th. Be the first to reserve this luxury apartment in the heart of downtown Houston. In the words of The Rice: "Welcome to re- envisioned apartments for rent in the heart of downtown Houston, Texas. The Rice has been THE place...

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About Houston

Houston Travel Tips

In the great state of Texas, few cities are akin to Houston. It's not only thriving, but it's becoming a center for culture, food, and, according to Forbes, "being cool." Such a claim might just make any family trip to Houston cool by default. Starting with Houston vacation rentals by owner will ensure your trip is unique. Rental homes in Houston, TX, can set the tone for your whole vacation, whether you're looking for the comforts of home or a resort experience. Browse Houston rentals online today to get the ball rolling!

Neighborhoods and Other Areas of Note

As a bustling near-coastal city, there are Houston rental homes and neighborhoods aplenty - not taking into account the Gulf Coast, which is only a short ride away. For instance, Galveston Isle, to the south of Houston, is popular for its wildlife preserves and the rides and restaurants of Historic Pleasure Pier. When picking Houston rentals, knowing what you want will help you find an optimal location.
Downtown might seem like it is all business, but the Rockets and the Astros call it home. Houston Heights hosts the First Saturday Arts Market, featuring artwork, crafts, and live music. The Museum District is a sprawling, pedestrian-friendly neighborhood featuring 18 major institutions, including the Children's Museum of Houston. Uptown is a shopping paradise with food to match, and inside the Uptown Galleria, there's an ice rink the kids can enjoy. The right Houston house rentals will put you right in the middle of where you want to be.
Of course, it isn't enough to have the right neighborhoods and house rentals - Houston isn't called cool for that. There's so much to do and see that you'll want to pick other Houston home rentals just to get to everything. Be sure to get a Houston CityPass for extra savings! Here are our highlights:

Attractions

  • Theater: Don't miss the Main Street Theater or the Express Children's Theater for performances dedicated to the young and the young at heart.
  • Museums: If you're looking for 90,000 square feet of hands-on, educational fun, look no further than the Children's Museum of Houston, featuring Kidtropolis. The Museum of Fine Arts features weekly programs designed to let kids and parents explore together. For a really unforgettable experience, teens 14 years and older can experience the Level Nine Tour at Space Center Houston. There's plenty of fun for ...

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