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Glendale House

  • 5
  • 10
  • min stay varies
  • Swimming pool
  • Child friendly
  • Air conditioning
“The house was as advertised and worked out perfect. There were a couple small problems that were fixed right away with a simple phone call. It was very clean and had all we needed to cook with. I would have no problem recommending renting this...”
- Review left on 03/20/2015


Very Good (1 reviews)


from $151.00 / night

About Glendale

Glendale, AZ Travel Tips

A vacation to the city of Glendale is more than just a trip to the Arizona desert. It is an oasis of activity that is an attractive destination for tourists of all ages. Families will appreciate the space and freedom that comes from staying in a rental property while on vacation. Vacation Home Rentals is the right place for rental homes in Glendale, AZ. As a company that lists for-rent-by-owner properties online, we are confident that you’ll find the right vacation home for your family. House rentals in Glendale, AZ, can save money and also give kids the space and freedom of movement that isn’t possible in a hotel. Preparation is also an important part of one’s trip. The average high temperatures in Glendale range from the mid-60s in December and January to low 100s from June through August. When packing for the family, warm-weather clothing is best, although a sweater or even a light jacket may be necessary during the evening hours and winter months. Sunscreen, sunglasses, and wide-brimmed hats are also important items that tourists should have regardless of the season.


Families with a sweet tooth won’t want to miss a guided tour of Cerreta Fine Chocolates. This is a popular tourist destination and hometown attraction. It is, in fact, the largest candy company in Arizona. Spend a day outside at Bonsall Park, also known as “Chicken Park.” Bonsall Park is a 17-acre park where families can feed ducks at the lake or take photos of the F-100D Super Sabre Air Force jet display. The park is also a good location for a picnic or a game of basketball, tennis, or even roller-hockey. Glendale Heroes Regional Park is another attraction that is ideal for families. It includes a tot lot for smaller children and a water play area for hours of fun in hot weather. Taking a stroll can be a good way for tourists to see certain attractions and spend a leisurely few hours away from their vacation rentals. Glendale, AZ, has a number of locations that are perfect for families to take a casual walk, such as the Elise McCarthy Sensory Garden. For a relaxing few hours, people staying in Glendale, AZ, rental homes can go to the sensory gardens and have their senses stimulated through various structures, plants, textures, and water effects. Another relaxing and enjoyable attraction is the Glendale Historic District. Tourists can enjoy walking the district and go shopping if it suits them. Families will also enjoy catching a game at Camelback Ranch before heading back to their rentals in Glendale, AZ. The stadium is the training center for the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Chicago White Sox and is a great place for sports fans to make lasting memories.


While vacationing in AZ, people in Glendale rentals will want to take part in the area’s events. Glendale has several events that take place on an annual basis, such as the Glitter and Glow Block Party, for example. This event takes place in early January and features millions of lights, hot-air balloons, and music. January is also the month when chocolate-lovers will want to reserve rental homes in Glendale, AZ. At the end of the month, the city is home to the Glendale Chocolate Affaire, which celebrates chocolate candies and other treats. Families who plan to stay in Glendale rentals in November are in for a treat as well. The annual Glendale Glitters event takes place in downtown Glendale and is a kids’ event like no other. This award-winning event features more than a million lights and many activities for children’s entertainment. In December, the Jingle Bell Rockin’ Nights and Winter Wonderland Weekend are more fun ways for families to celebrate the holidays.


Whether you're a sports fanatic, a sunshine lover, or a small town enthusiast, make Glendale, Arizona your destination. With numerous Glendale vacation homes to choose from, you'll feel right at home in this charming desert town.

Glendale Climate

Glendale has a hot desert climate, with hot, dry summers and warm winters. Temperatures in July and August regularly exceed 100 degrees, while winter temperatures typically hover around 65 degrees. The Glendale area receives very little rain year-round, with the most precipitation falling during the summer months.

How to Get Around Glendale

Located on the northwestern side of Phoenix, Glendale is just a short drive from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Though Glendale and its neighboring communities offer bus service, most tourists will be able to make the best use of their time by renting a car or driving their own. For instance, you'll need a car to travel from Glendale vacation homes to the Sonoran Desert National Monument on the city's south side to the Tonto National Forest on the on the east side.

Top Things to Do in Glendale

No matter the season, you're bound to find a game or a championship in Glendale. Catch an Arizona Coyotes match at the Gila River Arena, get tickets for an Arizona Cardinals game at the University of Phoenix Stadium, or catch a glimpse of spring training. Stretch your legs at Sahuaro Ranch Park, which offers historic buildings, picnic areas, and plenty of space to play.

Once you've had your fill of the action, don't hesitate to see everything else Glendale has to offer. At the Xeriscape Botanical Gardens, discover over 1,000 succulents, cactuses, and desert plants and learn how to grow them back at home. Get to know more about Arizona's unique history at Manistee Ranch Park, where you can explore the gardens, a barn, and a historic Victorian home. Finally, meander through Glendale's historic downtown area, packed with retro appeal and dozens of boutiques and restaurants.

Can't Miss Glendale Events

For more than 20 years, Glendale has made February a little sweeter with the Glendale Chocolate Affaire, typically held before Valentine's Day. Hosted by Arizona candy maker Cerreta Candy Company, this fun event features chocolate factory tours, chocolate vendors, classic treats, and some of the most innovative chocolate treats you can imagine.

Take that hot air balloon ride you've always dreamed about at the Out West Balloon Fest in March. Watch the colorful balloons compete against each other, or take a ride and see Glendale from hundreds of feet above. Rock out to live music and treat the kids to an hour or two in the Kidzone for some great family fun.
If you visit Glendale for the holidays, don't miss Glendale Glitters, the city's signature holiday lighting event. Even if you miss the main event in November with lights and live music, you can still get in the holiday spirit with themed entertainment and activities every weekend through Christmas.

From sports rivalries to boutique shopping to outdoor gems, Glendale has it all. Reserve your choice of Glendale vacation homes, and enjoy your home away from home in the Phoenix area.
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