Cincinnati, OH, USA

Cincinnati, OH, USA

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Where to stay around Cincinnati, OH?

Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 155 vacation rentals near Cincinnati. From 76 houses to 42 apartments, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Cincinnati for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Cheer on your favorite team when visiting Cincinnati

Cincinnati is synonymous with sports. Opening day for the Cincinnati Reds is practically a city-wide holiday when thousands of fans don their Reds shirts and line downtown streets to watch the parade and participate in the many game day activities. Not a baseball fan? They have the Bengals, The Cyclones, and the Kentucky Derby right across the river, as well as 7 major sports venues. Though famous for Cincinnati Chili and Goetta, The Queen City’s local flavor showcases its German heritage. Cincinnati vacation rentals in Hyde Park, Over-the-Rhine, or near The Square invite scrumptious samplings of local Bavarian cuisine.

Bottoms up in Cincinnati

Laying claim to the world’s largest Chicken Dance, Oktoberfest Zinzinnati is America’s largest Oktoberfest with over 500,000 attendees each year. Sample a 6-pound pretzel, pickled pig’s feet, strudel, and many other German delicacies, cheer on your favorite pooch in the Running of the Wieners, or sample one of the many fine brews available. If beer is your thing, don’t limit yourself to Oktoberfest. Cincinnati vacation rentals are popular in March as well, thanks to Bockfest. The beer festival celebrates the beginning of spring and Over-the-Rhine’s brewing legacy with live music, unique food, and delicious cold bock beer.

Secrets of Cincinnati

Browse through 65,000 pieces of art narrating 6,000 years of history and culture when you visit the Cincinnati Art Museum, where admission to the 73 permanent collection galleries is always free. While you’re at it, take a step back in time to Harriet Beecher Stowe’s House and the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center where visitors discover that Cincinnati was once an important stop on the secret network that freed over 100,000 slaves. Why not involve the whole family and join the center in its efforts to abolish slavery in the modern world, and bring awareness to human trafficking?

Year-round family fun in Cincinnati

With pristine weather, the months of May and September are the ideal time to book your vacation rental in Cincinnati and take in a baseball game or catch the start of the football season. Enjoy free concerts on Fountain Square during the summer months of June through August, and soak up the local party atmosphere. Bundle up from November to February when rates and temperatures are lower. Scoring a pair of coveted Bengals tickets will make your winter visit even more memorable.

Down by the river in Cincinnati

The Ohio River is the backdrop of life in Cincinnati, with the city resting on the North Bank and embracing 22 miles of riverfront. The design of The Great American Ball Park emphasizes the river’s prominence; it's home to the Cincinnati Reds, and includes a riverboat deck for private parties during games and 2 towering smokestacks in honor of the steamboats that sailed the river in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Cincinnati vacation rentals in both Hyde Park Square and Over-the-Rhine are conveniently only a short distance from the waterfront experience.