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Vacation rentals in Ann Arbor
Home to the University of Michigan, several stunning parks, spectacular museums, and so much more, Ann Arbor evokes a sense of awe to all who visit. The quaint, classy Michigan town is known and loved for its dynamic culture and intellectual atmosphere. Families, couples, sports fans, and curious travelers will all find something to enjoy and discover during a trip to Ann Arbor.Finding your perfect Ann Arbor vacation rental
Enjoy a relaxing getaway in Ann Arbor and choose from a variety of fantastic vacation rental options. The majority of rentals here feature a sleek and modern design style, with tasteful decor and up-to-date appliances. Book a rental with a private balcony and city views. Large rentals are available for families and big groups, with several bedrooms and a fully equipped kitchen. Pet-friendly rentals are available for people with pets
Vacations in Ann Arbor
The area and getting around
If you’ll be arriving in Ann Arbor by plane, the closest airport is Detroit Airport (DTW), 20 miles away, or a 25-minute drive. From the airport, you can use a taxi, Uber, or Lyft to reach Ann Arbor. Car rental companies are available at the airport, in Detroit, and in Ann Arbor if you plan to rent a car during your stay.Getting around Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor is considered one of the most walkable cities in the Midwest. Having a car is not a necessity, but it will make it more convenient to get around the city. Relying on your own two feet to explore Ann Arbor is totally doable, with the downtown area being the most walkable district in the city. Renting bikes is also a great way to get around.
Travelers and activities
Ann Arbor offers a variety of fun day-date ideas for couples. Head to the Michigan Museum of Art to view a large collection of art works from around the globe. Here you can spend a couple of hours walking around and admiring works by renowned artists like Monet, Picasso, and Andy Warhol. Afterwards, explore the Museum of Natural History where you can explore a variety of displays and exhibits of dinosaurs, fossils, and explore other prehistoric artifacts.Ann Arbor for families
Families of all ages will have a fantastic time exploring all the family-friendly offerings in Ann Arbor. Visit the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum where kids can enjoy a variety of fun, interactive, and interesting exhibits. There’s even a café here where you can have a snack after you’re done exploring. Take children to the Domino’s Farms Petting Farm, where they can interact with a variety of friendly farm animals. Feed cows and goats, and pet the sheep!
Ann Arbor is also known as “Tree Town” for its 1.5 million trees!
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Set on the campus of University of Michigan, the Matthaei Botanical Garden and Nichols Arboretum feature spectacular gardens, natural areas with walking trails, and benches to sit on. Children can enjoy a variety of interactive exhibits, including an “edibles” area where they can identify edible plants. Spend a few hours here enjoying the peaceful natural area and learning about a variety of interesting and unique plants.2. Explore the downtown district
Ann Arbor is home to a charming downtown district with plenty of cute boutique shops, art galleries, music venues, bars, cafés, and restaurants. Spend a couple of hours walking down Main Street, popping into the shops, sipping on a coffee at a café, or enjoying a date night at one of the award-winning restaurants.3. Spend an afternoon at Kerrytown’s Market and Shops
This unique shopping district is set in a vibrant neighborhood just a few blocks from the heart of downtown Ann Arbor, and is considered the best neighborhood in the entire city. The complex is filled with a variety of shops and stores selling jewelry, art, toys, ready-made food, soups, and more! It makes a fun rainy day activity, or mid-afternoon jaunt, to explore the shops and have a bite to eat.4. Kayak or float down the Huron River
Step away from the busy city and soak up some time in nature. The Huron River is a 130-mile-long river that flows through Ann Arbor, and you can kayak or paddleboard down it! Rent kayaks or paddleboards from a variety of local outfitters, or book a kayak or paddleboarding trip with a professional guide, and head down the river for a day of relaxation and fresh air.5. Visit the Michigan Stadium
A trip to Ann Arbor isn’t complete without a tour of the University of Michigan stadium. Also known as “The Big House,” The University of Michigan Football Stadium is the 34th largest sports venue in the world with over 100,000 seats! The size of the venue will blow your mind, but if you’re lucky enough to attend one of the game day events, you’ll be just as amazed at the fan culture that surrounds it!
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Ann Arbor
On average, how much do vacation rentals in Ann Arbor cost?
Last year, rentals in Ann Arbor had an annual average cost of around $364 per night.
What time of year offers, on average, the best vacation rental prices in Ann Arbor?
]If you are looking to get the most out of your money, the cheapest months to visit Ann Arbor are February ($214 the average per night for accommodation), March ($267), and November ($301).
In which months is it more expensive to rent a vacation rental in Ann Arbor?
Last year, the month that had the highest annual average in Ann Arbor was August, with an average price of $473 per night. This was followed by September, with an average of $456, and then July, with $446.
Are there usually many vacation rentals available in Ann Arbor?
If you decide to put Ann Arbor on your bucket list, we recommend organizing your travels long before you go because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average of 80% of rentals booked the previous year.
When are more vacation rentals available?
Last year, the months with the largest number of available properties of the year in Ann Arbor were February, January and March, with average availabilities of 43%, 35%, and 33%, respectively.
How many vacation rentals are there in Ann Arbor?
We have collected the offers from 2 different partners in Ann Arbor, so we can provide you with around 140 properties. You're going to have a hard time choosing!