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Where to stay in Cincinnati

Vacation rentals in Cincinnati

There are 504 vacation rentals near Cincinnati for all manner or mood of travel, availability of time off, and size of budget. So, if you are hoping for an affordable Cincinnati vacation, you can find 10% rentals under $80/night. Or if you are willing to splurge on a luxury vacation in Cincinnati, there are 50 between $379 and $1,344/night. Whether you are sleeping by yourself or with a significant other, or are travelling with a group of 561 there are short term home and apartment rentals in Cincinnati to fit your vacation needs. The most popular types of short-term rental homes in Cincinnati are condos, houses and hotels. Cincinnati has been a frequently searched travel destination this year and continues to grow in popularity. VacationRenter offers a wide selection of vacation rental availability from leading travel sites like, RedAwning,, Outdoorsy, RVshare, and many more. Search your travel dates to find available Cincinnati vacation homes for your trip.

Where is Cincinnati

Nestled along the north bank of the Ohio River, Cincinnati is close to the Kentucky and Indiana borders. Located in the southwestern part of Ohio, it's made up of 52 neighborhoods, combining vibrant city life with an inviting countryside. Experience Cincinnati's Midwestern culture, art, and entertainment on your next excursion.

Quick Guide to Cincinnati

As Cincinnati is known for its chili, it's a must to try a bowl at one of the restaurants. While you're sampling the food, check out the unique museums, art galleries, and tourist attractions.
  • Over-the-Rhine: This is considered the oldest neighborhood in Cincinnati. Historic churches and music venues blend with businesses, retail centers and residential areas.
  • Northside: A diverse community abides in Northside like a melting pot for artists, entrepreneurs, and creative artisans. The funky vibe carries over to the local restaurants and cool shops.
  • West End: Close to downtown's business district, West End is part residential and part history. The 19th-century architecture and artistic murals make this an attractive place to visit. Dayton Street has the distinction of being listed on the National Register of Historical Places.

Home-types in Cincinnati

Cincinnati has a variety of property types for you to consider when booking a trip. Here are the most popular property types in Cincinnati:

Points of interests in Cincinnati

Cincinnati has several popular points of interest for you to check out when visiting the area. Here are the most popular points of interest in Cincinnati: