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The Cleveland area is full of unique vacation rentals for visitors to consider. While room service and minibars may not be offered, you aren’t giving up the style or comfort of a hotel with these 10 options.
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Cleveland’s beloved chef Michael Symon offers this duplex in the restaurant-filled Tremont neighborhood. If that isn’t enough to get a foodie onboard, imagine the feast you can prepare in the Iron Chef-approved kitchen.
Looking to try out that tiny house lifestyle? Check out this option near the lakefront, which also offers open spaces in the nearby Euclid Beach Park and Waterloo Arts District of the Collinwood neighborhood.
Built in 1919 and expertly updated, this place brings the luxury and a side of history. With four bedrooms and an attached house that is also listed on Airbnb, it’s ideal for a group.
When staying at this Ohio City townhouse, you can explore the nearby restaurants, breweries and West Side Market, but you’ll have to leave the hot tub first.
This comfortable cottage is filled with designer touches, including pieces created by the owners. There are no bad views in this well-designed space.
With the museums of University Circle around the corner, and the handmade pasta, art galleries and fresh cannolis of Little Italy steps away, this stylish apartment is an ideal jumping-off point for a culture-filled getaway.
From the midcentury modern decor to the ease of accessing the lakefront, this rental has a lot to offer.
Steps from the bars, restaurants and nightlife of the Warehouse District and The Flats, this downtown loft is great for a group looking to stay close to the action.
This house will transport you to another world, with walls covered by art pieces and artifacts from around the globe. You can recover from your travels with a dedicated space for practicing yoga.
This Ohio City rental may just cover it all: modern design; art from local artists; close to Downtown; nearby restaurants, coffee shops, juice bar and breweries; a contemporary art gallery across the street and a claw foot tub. If you still find yourself with time to fill, the Japanese slot machine in the kitchen should do the trick.