The 5 best Airbnbs in Sioux Falls

There are almost 300 rentals available through the popular platform Airbnb in Sioux Falls, with quite a few standout properties.

Airbnb

There are almost 300 rentals available through the popular platform Airbnb in Sioux Falls, with quite a few standout properties.

Avery Blackman, Perspectives Editor

Since Airbnb’s launch in 2018, it has grown to become arguably one of the most popular platforms used by travelers looking to find a place to stay while on vacation. Although Airbnb is used internationally, and has an abundance of rather luxurious properties, I was surprised by the sheer number and overall quality of the rentals available in Sioux Falls. Here are my five favorite Airbnbs in Sioux Falls.

 

The Loft on Phillips

At $247 a night, this is definitely one of the pricier options for a rental apartment. The loft is newly remodeled with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, and a central location in downtown Sioux Falls. The interior is beautifully modern, with an exposed brick wall and black kitchen cabinets, my personal favorite features. It also has a gas fireplace and is located within a building with the largest outdoor private patio downtown, overlooking Philips Avenue. 

 

The Castle

The staging photos for this house were taken during the Christmas season, ergo there are a plethora of over-the-top silver decorations, really glamorizing the interior. The white cabinetry and granite island in the kitchen demonstrate the value of the house as a whole. With four bedrooms and five bathrooms, this rental starts at $300 per night. The value of being able to say that you stayed in a real-life castle? Priceless. 

 

Studio next to Falls Park

Located inside of the historic building, The Albert House, this studio apartment is a great option for the single traveler. It is obvious the space has recently been redone, implementing an aesthetic which nicely complements the exposed brick (a common feature in historical buildings in downtown Sioux Falls). It is only a few minutes walk away from Falls Park- an optical location in the summertime. The best part: it is only $54 a night. 

 

Artistic Mid Century Home

Although this homeowner is only renting the top level of their house, the unique style of the space makes up for the lack of privacy. The accent wall is straight out of an interior design magazine, as are the vintage green dining room chairs. A large, greenhouse-esque sunroom is another unique element of the home, providing a great opportunity for relaxation with plenty of natural light. The rental is available for $130 each night, offering two bedrooms and one bathroom. 

 

Cozy Chalet without the Mountains

The word cozy is the perfect descriptor of this one-bedroom house. The rooms may be small, but they have tasteful and clean-looking decorations. Stealing the spotlight in this house is the black metal spiraling staircase. With the downstairs couch able to fold out into a bed, guests are able to make the most out of every square foot of this $90 a night, newly renovated, minimalistic house.