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Perched upon the banks of Lake Erie, Cleveland is a fascinating Northeast Ohio destination, one that has long shed its gritty industrial image in favor of a more classy avatar. The city boasts a full complement of brag-worthy museums, art galleries, theaters, and parks that are so large, they contain beaches! Music fiends will go crazy exploring historic musical gems such as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Outdoor recreational opportunities are many, and in short driving distance of the city limits. The best part is that vacation rentals on Holidu are scattered throughout the city’s most strategic neighborhoods so pick well, and start packing!Cozy vacation properties for every traveler
Cleveland boasts a stunning range of vacation rentals that cater to all budgets so families with kids, solo travelers, and couples will love it here. Holidu’s vacation rentals come equipped with all the trappings a modern day traveler would appreciate – high-speed Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, Jacuzzi, hot tubs, and even kitchens to cook up a nightly storm at. Where you decide to stay depends on the activities you enjoy. Downtown rentals are in close proximity to Public Square and the iconic Rock Hall, while those around the cinematic Playhouse Square area will appeal to the culture vultures. Looking to tick off the city’s top museums and attractions in a day or two? Book a rental around Cleveland’s University Circle. You’ll never need to use the public transport network as every attraction is in walking distance.
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The attractions at Cleveland’s University Circle District will keep you engaged for days on end. For a crash course on the city’s colorful history, start at the Cleveland History Center home to everything from classic antique cars to a restored carousel, and Cleveland mansions too. Founded in 1913, the Cleveland Museum of Art houses impresses with its breadth and scope – it preserves over 60,000 art objects spanning across 6000 years. You’ll find works by Renoir, Dali, Monet, Van Gogh, and O’Keefe here. Retreat into a lush urban oasis at the Cleveland Botanical Garden Here where you’ll encounter it all from the mystical baobabs of Madagascar to Costa Rica’s rainforests.Distractions for the young visitors!
Cleveland leaves no stone unturned when it comes to family fun! More than 3000 animals across 600 species (otter pups and kangaroos included) await at Cleveland’s Metroparks Zoo. Kids can then unravel the secrets of the Universe at the Shafran Planetarium located inside the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. The titanium-coated planetarium is a visual stunner with its fiber optic coating. While at the museum, don’t miss the Perkins Wildlife Center & Woods Garden – the elevated walkways are perfect viewing points to the friendly porcupines, bobcats, and coyotes below. The Great Lakes Science Center is not all science and experiments– here, you can catch a film at the extraordinary Cleveland Clinic Dome Theater or check out some space oddities at the NASA Glenn Visitor Center.
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Cleveland’s melting pot of cuisines makes it a foodie getaway par excellence. For yummy Mexican fare – tamales, tostadas, and tacos – La Plaza Taqueria has you covered. A quintessential delicatessen experience awaits at Larder Delicatessen and Bakery where you can savor their luscious pastrami, meatloaf, Challah bread, and more! Another favorite is the Cleveland Bagel Company which serves up chewy and flavorful bagels with crispy exteriors – cinnamon cranberry bagels and the Rosemary sea salt ones are in high demand. Spend the evening downing exceptional craft beer and cocktails at the retro chic Prosperity Social Club. Their patty melts and beer-battered fish & chips are top notch.Cleveland for die-hard music fans
The city is a dream come true for true music enthusiasts. Start at the riverfront Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, established in 1986 to honor the legends that influenced rock and roll – The Beatles, Elvis – they’re all there! The pyramid-shaped building is gorgeous and architecture fiends will be blown away. Concert goers will also appreciate Cleveland’s historic live music venues, and leading the way is Mahall’s, a fixture since 1924 when it was established as a dance hall. Today, you can enjoy sold-out concerts at their beautifully decorated event space. For a fix of punk, Goth and rock – perhaps even a drag show – Happy Dog Cleveland consistently delivers. Finally, don’t leave without attending a concert at the resplendent Severance Hall, residence to the Cleveland Orchestra. Choose box seats and let the acoustics take over!
„Did you know that Cleveland was where Superman was born when creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster were still in school?“
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This is Cleveland’s oldest public market where shoppers can choose from an extensive selection of bakery items, seafood, cheeses, fruits, and spices among other delights. There are food items from as far as the Middle East and Poland there! The 100 year-old building is a stunner too.2. Chill out at Edgewater Park
This is no average city park – it is home to two beaches, Perkins and Edgewater, and stretches over 6000 feet of pretty shoreline. Popular diversions here include paddle boarding, boating, angling, and biking along the scenic paths. The park offers memorable views of Cleveland’s dramatic skyline.4. Aquatic encounters at the Greater Cleveland Aquarium
Housed inside a beautiful, old building, the aquarium is home to a number of curious and intelligent creatures such as the giant Pacific octopus, green tree pythons, and Toby, a giant pink gourami. The atmospheric walkway under the shark tank is the country’s largest underwater walk-through tunnel so don't skip this one.4. Explore the Cuyahoga Valley National Park
A 30-minute drive south of Cleveland will transport you to a world of ancient rock history where you’ll stumble across million year old fossils of ancient shell sea creatures. Get yourself photographed at the frothing Brandywine Falls which cascade a whole 65 feet. Early morning strolls are perfect to catch the sun-tanning otters at Beaver Marsh.5. Stroll Playhouse Square by night
A fitting close to your Cleveland sojourn would be a stroll through one of America’s largest performing arts precincts, Playhouse Square – it has over 10 event spaces, and five landmark theaters that ooze 1920s charm. An Insta-worthy picture awaits in front of the spectacular GE chandelier measuring a colossal 20 feet high with 4200 scintillating crystals!
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Cleveland
How much does it cost to book a vacation rental in Cleveland?
Our data shows that Cleveland has an average price of $251.78 per night, a relatively high one under the cities in the USA.
What time of year offers, on average, the best vacation rental prices in Cleveland?
According to our data from the previous year, the months that hurt your pocket the least in Cleveland are July, December and August, with average prices of $228.25, $229.73, and $232.81, respectively.
In which months is it more expensive to rent a vacation rental in Cleveland?
When it comes to booking a vacation rental in Cleveland, the highest prices can usually be seen in the month of May (with an average of $290.12 per night), followed by January ($262.75), and April ($261.9).
Is Cleveland a good location for a last-minute getaway?
If you decide to put Cleveland on your bucket list, we recommend organizing your travels well in advance because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average of 70% of rentals booked in the year 2020.
What time of the year can I find more free vacation rentals?
The months that offer the most accommodation options are, on average, January (with an availability of 44.5%), February (40.2%), and May (39%), according to the trends observed in 2020.
Which months is it more difficult to find available vacation rentals?
The accommodations in Cleveland reach their peak in demand in October, with an availability rate of 13.8%. The second most requested month is August, with 21.2%, and the third is November with 22.25%.
How many rentals does Holidu have in Cleveland?
In Cleveland we offer you a comprehensive catalogue of approximately 130 properties, with options to suit everyone, thanks to our 3 local and international providers.