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Vacation rentals in Ontario

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Top-rated vacation rentals in Ontario

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Private room in Ontario Ranch
#23 Stylish Queen Bed&Private bath, near by plazas
Our guests are mostly long-term. They are travelers, business workers or students. No children! No pet! No party! A quiet& safe place here. You can enjoy the kitchen, family room, backyard, and other sharing spaces. We will provide 24 hours hot water, Wi-Fi, basic daily necessities, and camera monitoring. There is automatic control of air-conditioning to keep the house comfortable. We have professional cleaners to clean and disinfect all public areas of the house to keep the house fresh monthly.
$52 per night
Private room in Ontario
Fully Equipped Bedroom /Bathroom/Parking
Quiet cozy bedroom that can sleep 3 with and personal DETACHED bathroom right next to your bedroom with many perks and amenities Included, lets not forget the direct patio access from your room. 2 full size closets & a designated parking spot very close to the door for the your convenience.Walking distance to many restaurants, convenient stores & just a couple of blocks to HWY 10 entrance. DUE TO FREEWAY EXPANSION THERE IS VISIBLE CONSTRUCTION ON HWY 10
$58 per night
Private room in Ontario
Luxury comfy UnitD room4 w/Tv & private restroom
This beautiful townhouse is one of only 15 units in the quiet "Shanga Villa". Close to city square, library, local school, groceries store and public transit. 10 minutes to airport and mall. 这个美丽的别墅是一个只有15单位“Shanga别墅”。接近城市广场、图书馆、当地学校,杂货商店和公共交通.10分钟到机场和购物中心。
$56 per night

Stay near Ontario's top sights

Ontario Mills204 locals recommend
Toyota Arena23 locals recommend
Costco Wholesale12 locals recommend
Ontario Convention Center12 locals recommend
Vons7 locals recommend
Enterprise Rent-A-Car8 locals recommend

Tiny house rentals in Ontario

Tiny home in Ontario
Holly Hawthorne Suite in Ontario, CA.
$109 per night
Tiny home in San Dimas
OldTown San Dimas Tiny House
$99 per night
Tiny home in Glendora
Turtle Sanctuary House
$95 per night
Tiny home in La Puente
Cozy Mid-Century Inspired Studio Guest House in LA
$83 per night
Tiny home in Redlands
Campanatic Studio in Loma Linda
$92 per night
Tiny home in Monrovia
Private City View Room A
$80 per night
Tiny home in Santa Ana
Tustin Hideaway, 325 sqft!
$95 per night
Tiny home in San Bernardino
#1 Cozy Tinyhouse "Route 66" container- private
$81 per night
Tiny home in La Puente
Rainbow loft private entrance studio
$60 per night
Tiny home in Menifee
Tiny Farmhouse on the Creek
$95 per night
Tiny home in Azusa
Peaceful Beach Vibes Tiny Home for Perfect Getaway
$97 per night
Tiny home in Altadena
Loma Alta Place
$97 per night

Your guide to Ontario

Welcome to Ontario

Nestled at the base of the soaring San Gabriel Mountains, Ontario is a modern town with a rich agricultural past. Fragrant citrus groves once thrived here, thanks to the arid Mediterranean climate, alongside walnut, olive, and peach farms. Today Ontario is a flourishing industrial and manufacturing town that honors its homespun roots. You’ll find world-class music acts and sporting events, exhibits bridging the past with contemporary voices at local museums such as the Ontario Museum of History and Art, and race car excitement at the nearby Auto Club Speedway. But you can also tour a historic olive cannery and sample handmade candy canes from a quaint storefront that has been making them since 1933. The highlight of Ontario’s downtown are the historic buildings clustered on and around Euclid Avenue, including a circa-1926 Italian Renaissance Revival-style post office designed by a famous Los Angeles architect who built houses for Hollywood stars. Located about an hour’s drive from both Los Angeles and Palm Springs, Ontario is a low-key base for exploring all things Southern California.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Ontario

Thanks to its inland geography, Ontario enjoys plenty of warm, sunny days, making it an ideal spot to book one the city’s cottage rentals. Summers can get quite hot, and people flock toward the city’s air-conditioned environs. Fall and winter are typically warm, although you will experience sweater-weather days, too. These months can also usher in the Santa Anas, strong winds that gust through Southern California. Crowds love to stroll Euclid Avenue in the winter, when it is strung with festive lights.

Top things to do in Ontario

Graber Olive House

Established in 1894, this is Ontario’s oldest operating business, and its grounds — which include the founder’s house, original barns, and a 100-year-old oak tree — have been declared a historic district. While the olives are now grown in the San Joaquin Valley, they are still brought in for processing, and visitors can tour the two-acre facility and get a firsthand look at how crops are graded, cured, and canned.

Planes of Fame Air Museum

Explore the early years of aviation at this museum showcasing nearly 160 vintage aircraft inside seven hangars. Included in the collection are candy-colored biplanes, rare warcraft, and a circa-1953 replica of the 1903 Kitty Hawk Flyer that the Wright brothers piloted over Ohio. Many of these planes still fly — check the website before you go for scheduled demonstration flights.

Sam Maloof House

This home was designed by a self-taught woodworker who is widely recognized as a preeminent craftsman of the 20th century; his sculptural, solid hardwood furniture resides in major museums such as the Smithsonian. This home, located in a lemon grove near the San Gabriel Mountains, is his masterpiece. Built by the artist and a team of assistants over 40 years, the artist’s hand is visible in every detail, such as carved door latches and hinges. The house can only be viewed by joining a docent tour, and it is recommended you reserve these in advance.