Houses, Apartments and Airbnb in New York

Houses, Apartments and Airbnb in New York

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5,920 accommodations in New York

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  1. Apartment 1 bedroom, with air conditioning
    Apartment 1 bedroom, with air conditioning

    Manhattan, New York

    • 69m²
    • 2
    • 1
    • 1

     

    From

    $491

    / night

  2. Apartment 2 bedrooms, with garden
    Apartment 2 bedrooms, with garden

    West New York, New Jersey

    • 25m²
    • 7
    • 2
    • 1

     

    From

    $549

    / night

  3. Apartment 2 bedrooms, with air conditioning
    Apartment 2 bedrooms, with air conditioning

    West New York, New Jersey

    • 30m²
    • 6
    • 2
    • 1

     

    From

    $394

    / night

  4. Apartment 2 bedrooms, with air conditioning
    Apartment 2 bedrooms, with air conditioning

    West New York, New Jersey

    • 650m²
    • 6
    • 2
    • 1

     

    From

    $382

    / night

  5. Apartment 2 bedrooms, with air conditioning
    Apartment 2 bedrooms, with air conditioning

    Manhattan, New York

    • 70m²
    • 7
    • 2
    • 1

    4.3 3 Reviews

    From

    $677

    / night

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  7. Aparthotel 1 bedroom, with air conditioning
    Aparthotel 1 bedroom, with air conditioning

    New Jersey, United States

    • 20m²
    • 2
    • 1
    • 1

     

    From

    $289

    / night

  8. Apartment 2 bedrooms, with air conditioning
    Apartment 2 bedrooms, with air conditioning

    Manhattan, New York

    • 70m²
    • 7
    • 2
    • 1

    4.3 3 Reviews

    From

    $683

    / night

  9. House 2 bedrooms, with air conditioning
    House 2 bedrooms, with air conditioning

    West New York, New Jersey

    • 30m²
    • 7
    • 2
    • 1

     

    From

    $329

    / night

  10. Apartment 2 bedrooms, with air conditioning
    Apartment 2 bedrooms, with air conditioning

    Brooklyn, New York

    • 889m²
    • 7
    • 2
    • 1

     

    From

    $504

    / night

  11. Apartment 2 bedrooms, with wifi
    Apartment 2 bedrooms, with wifi

    Manhattan, New York

    • 140m²
    • 8
    • 2
    • 2

    3.7 3 Reviews

    From

    $752

    / night

  12. House 2 bedrooms, with air conditioning
    House 2 bedrooms, with air conditioning

    West New York, New Jersey

    • 30m²
    • 7
    • 2
    • 1

     

    From

    $508

    / night

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Vacation rentals prices and availability in New York

Average price per night in New York

  • $279Jan
  • $296Feb
  • $407Mar
  • $506Apr
  • $507May
  • $506Jun
  • $506Jul
  • $479Aug
  • $538Sep
  • $538Oct
  • $136Nov
  • $605Dec

Airbnbs and vacation rentals that are available in New York (%)

  • 79%Jan
  • 79%Feb
  • 79%Mar
  • 79%Apr
  • 79%May
  • 79%Jun
  • 79%Jul
  • 79%Aug
  • 79%Sep
  • 79%Oct
  • 79%Nov
  • 79%Dec

Frequently Asked Questions about New York vacation rentals


New York City, a bustling metropolis that never sleeps, epitomizes the dynamic heart of urban America and a beacon of cultural diversity. This city offers an endless array of attractions, museums, theaters, and more, making it a prime destination for travelers from across the globe. With a vast selection of Airbnb in New York that range from sleek high-rise apartments in the busy streets of Manhattan to quaint brownstones in leafy Brooklyn neighborhoods, the Big Apple caters to every taste and budget.


Best vacation accommodations in New York

Cheap vacation home and airbnb in New York - From 25€

Bed and breakfast 4 guests, with air conditioning
Bed and breakfast 4 guests, with air conditioning

Brooklyn, New York

  • 4

4.9 33 Reviews

Bed and breakfast 2 guests, with air conditioning
Bed and breakfast 2 guests, with air conditioning

Mount Vernon, New York (state)

  • 2

4.7 111 Reviews

Bed and breakfast 1 bedroom, with air conditioning
Bed and breakfast 1 bedroom, with air conditioning

Brooklyn, New York

  • 14m²
  • 2
  • 1
  • 2

4.7 199 Reviews

 

$

Bed and breakfast 1 bedroom, with air conditioning
Bed and breakfast 1 bedroom, with air conditioning

Brooklyn, New York

  • 17m²
  • 2
  • 1
  • 1

4.7 141 Reviews

 

$$$

Pet-friendly vacation rentals in New York

Aparthotel 7 guests, with gym
Aparthotel 7 guests, with gym

Manhattan, New York

  • 7

4.6 639 Reviews

 

$$$$

Aparthotel 10 guests, with gym
Aparthotel 10 guests, with gym

Hoboken, New Jersey

  • 10

4.6 52 Reviews

 

$$$$

Aparthotel 8 guests, with gym
Aparthotel 8 guests, with gym

Manhattan, New York

  • 8

4.4 2582 Reviews

 

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Aparthotel 5 guests, with gym
Aparthotel 5 guests, with gym

Manhattan, New York

  • 5

4.3 218 Reviews

 

$$$$

Bed & Breakfast, Airbnb and Guesthouses in New York

Bed and breakfast 1 bedroom, with air conditioning
Bed and breakfast 1 bedroom, with air conditioning

Brooklyn, New York

  • 93m²
  • 2
  • 1
  • 1

4.7 47 Reviews

 

$$$

Bed and breakfast 1 bedroom, with gym
Bed and breakfast 1 bedroom, with gym

Manhattan, New York

  • 32m²
  • 2
  • 1
  • 1

5.0 43 Reviews

From

$577

/ night

Bed and breakfast 4 guests, with air conditioning
Bed and breakfast 4 guests, with air conditioning

Brooklyn, New York

  • 4

4.5 249 Reviews

 

$

Bed and breakfast 1 bedroom, with gym
Bed and breakfast 1 bedroom, with gym

Manhattan, New York

  • 2
  • 1
  • 1

5.0 16 Reviews

From

$909

/ night

Apartment hotel & airbnb in New York

Aparthotel 4 guests, with air conditioning
Aparthotel 4 guests, with air conditioning

Manhattan, New York

  • 4

4.5 220 Reviews

 

$$$

Aparthotel 8 guests, with pool
Aparthotel 8 guests, with pool

Manhattan, New York

  • 8

4.3 2194 Reviews

 

$$$

Aparthotel 2 bedrooms, with jacuzzi
Aparthotel 2 bedrooms, with jacuzzi

Manhattan, New York

  • 124m²
  • 6
  • 2
  • 3

5.0 60 Reviews

From

$2,169

/ night

Aparthotel 4 bedrooms, with garden
Aparthotel 4 bedrooms, with garden

Manhattan, New York

  • 287m²
  • 10
  • 4
  • 3

5.0 25 Reviews

From

$827

/ night


New York Neighborhoods

  1. Bronx
  2. Brooklyn
  3. Manhattan
  4. Queens
  5. Staten Island

Vacation rentals in the United States


Travel to New York City: What to see and Where to stay

Whether you're visiting to immerse yourself in its world-renowned art and culture, explore historic neighborhoods, or enjoy some of the finest dining and shopping experiences anywhere, there’s an Airbnb in New York that's perfect for your stay. Staying in a vacation rental here allows you to experience the city beyond its traditional tourist attractions, from enjoying quiet mornings in cozy cafés to late-night bites at a local pizzeria, providing a genuine taste of New York life.

Must-visit places and attractions in New York

Times Square

At the heart of Manhattan, Times Square is a bustling nexus of culture, commerce and bright neon lights. Known worldwide for its giant digital billboards, Broadway theaters and constant buzz of activity, Times Square epitomizes the energy and spirit of New York City. This area is especially electric at night and is the focal point for the famous New Year's Eve ball drop, drawing crowds from all over the world.

Central Park

An essential oasis amidst the city's frenzy, Central Park offers a tranquil refuge with its sprawling meadows, wooded pathways and picturesque lakes. Ideal for leisure activities like boating, horse carriage rides, or simply enjoying a lazy afternoon on the Great Lawn, Central Park is a vital part of New York life and provides a peaceful contrast to the urban environment surrounding it.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Met, one of the world’s largest and most prestigious art museums, houses a vast collection that spans 5,000 years of art from across the globe. From ancient Egyptian artifacts to modern art masterpieces, The Met offers a comprehensive look into the cultures of the world through its extensive array of galleries.

Brooklyn Bridge

Connecting Manhattan and Brooklyn, the Brooklyn Bridge stands as a stunning feat of engineering and design. Offering spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline and the East River, walking across this historic bridge provides a picturesque experience and a chance to capture memorable photos of the city.

Empire State Building

An emblem of New York City, the Empire State Building offers breathtaking panoramic views from its observation decks on the 86th and 102nd floors. A visit to this iconic skyscraper at sunset allows for stunning vistas of the city lighting up at dusk, making it a must-see for any first-time visitor to the city.

Grand Central Terminal

More than just a transit hub, Grand Central Terminal is a historical landmark with stunning architectural features, including its famous celestial ceiling. Visitors can explore an array of shops and dining options, or simply admire the bustling ambiance of this iconic station.

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

Located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, the Museum of Modern Art, commonly known as MoMA, is one of the most influential modern art museums in the world. Home to an extensive collection that includes masterpieces like Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night and Pablo Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, MoMA offers a profound look into the development of modern art. The museum’s sleek architecture and thoughtfully curated exhibits also feature works by contemporary artists, making it a central hub for art lovers interested in the evolution of modern and contemporary art.

The American Museum of Natural History

Situated across Central Park on the Upper West Side, the American Museum of Natural History is one of the largest and most celebrated museums in the world. With exhibits spanning from the age of dinosaurs to outer space and everything in between, it provides visitors with an educational journey through the history of the natural world. Highlights include the famous Hall of Ocean Life, featuring a massive model of a blue whale suspended from the ceiling, and the Rose Center for Earth and Space, which offers enlightening displays about the cosmos and our place within it.

One World Observatory

Located atop One World Trade Center, the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, One World Observatory offers sweeping 360-degree views of the New York City skyline and beyond. Visitors can take an elevator ride up to the 102nd floor, where the observatory provides an immersive experience into the city’s geography and history through high-tech exhibitions and breathtaking vistas. This attraction not only offers a unique perspective on the city but also serves as a poignant reminder of resilience and renewal following the events of September 11, 2001.

Where to look for an Airbnb in NYC

Manhattan

As the iconic heart of New York City, Manhattan offers an unparalleled urban experience with its vibrant atmosphere and endless array of activities. Known for its famous landmarks such as Times Square, Central Park and Wall Street, Manhattan is also home to a diverse range of neighborhoods each offering their own unique charm. From the luxurious boutiques of Fifth Avenue in Midtown to the historic streets of the Lower East Side, each district presents a distinct character. Manhattan's cultural offerings are vast, including the Museum Mile, which features some of the world's most prominent museums like The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Whether you are looking to experience the luxury of the Upper East Side, the trendy vibes of Chelsea or the cultural melting pot of Harlem, staying in Manhattan places you at the center of everything, making it ideal for those who want to soak in the quintessential New York experience.

Brooklyn

Brooklyn offers a compelling blend of old-world charm and modern chic, providing a quieter alternative to Manhattan with no shortage of cultural attractions. Neighborhoods such as Williamsburg are known for their vibrant arts scene, hipster culture and bustling flea markets, while Brooklyn Heights offers stunning views of the Manhattan skyline along its scenic promenade. Park Slope, celebrated for its beautiful brownstones, family-friendly atmosphere and proximity to Prospect Park, is another desirable locale. For those interested in the arts, the Brooklyn Museum and the BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music) provide cultural enrichment and entertainment. Brooklyn’s dining scene is as diverse as its population, featuring everything from artisanal bakeries and coffee roasters to some of the best international cuisine in the city. The area combines residential coziness with urban convenience, making it perfect for travelers seeking a more laid-back but equally enriching stay.

Queens

As the most ethnically diverse urban area in the world, Queens offers an authentic global experience with its myriad of cultural influences, all converging in one dynamic borough. Astoria is particularly famous for its Greek tavernas and vibrant nightlife, while Flushing is one of the largest Asian communities outside of Asia, renowned for its authentic Chinese and Korean eateries. Jackson Heights offers an immersion into Indian culture with its array of sari shops and Bollywood cinemas. Beyond its culinary delights, Queens also boasts significant attractions like the New York Hall of Science, Queens Museum and the sprawling Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, which hosted two 20th-century World's Fairs. With its quieter residential neighborhoods and more affordable Airbnb options, Queens provides a peaceful yet culturally rich environment for visitors.

The Bronx

Often overlooked in favor of its southern neighbors, The Bronx offers a unique blend of cultural and natural attractions. It is home to the New York Botanical Garden, an expansive and beautifully preserved green space hosting plant species from around the world. The Bronx Zoo, one of the largest zoos in the United States, offers a fun-filled day for families and wildlife enthusiasts alike. For those interested in history and architecture, the grandeur of the Bronx's early 20th-century estates like the Wave Hill public gardens offers a glimpse into the borough's opulent past. Additionally, the South Bronx has emerged as a vibrant hub for arts and culture, showcasing stunning street murals and hosting an array of hip hop and Latin music venues that reflect the area’s rich cultural heritage. The Bronx's diverse neighborhoods and attractions make it an appealing destination for those looking to explore a less conventional side of New York.

Staten Island

Staten Island provides a suburban oasis away from the urban intensity of the other boroughs. The borough is accessible via the iconic Staten Island Ferry, which offers free rides and stunning views of the Statue of Liberty and New York Harbor. Once on the island, visitors can explore the serene Greenbelt, a network of lush forests and wetlands that is perfect for hiking and nature observation. The Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden is another key attraction, featuring restored 19th-century buildings, vibrant cultural exhibitions and extensive landscaped gardens. Staten Island’s residential neighborhoods and beachfront areas offer quiet retreats, making it ideal for families or visitors seeking relaxation amidst the city's hustle and bustle. With its mix of cultural sites, natural beauty and quieter pace, Staten Island offers a unique perspective on New York life, away from the typical tourist paths.

New York City offers an incredible array of experiences that cater to the tastes of all its visitors. Whether you are looking for the hustle and bustle of city life or a more laid-back atmosphere, New York's diverse neighborhoods provide ample opportunities for exploration and discovery, all within the comfort of your chosen Airbnb in NYC.


Vacation rentals near New York

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