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Top-rated places to stay in Pleasanton

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Private room in Dublin
Luxury Room with Private Bath Queen Bed
- Great location, 5 mins to hwy 580, 8 mins to BART station - Tastefully staged with designer furniture - Junior master room in newer 5 bdr house - Queen size bed - Private bath in the room - High Speed wireless Internet, utility included - Washer and dryer in unit with complementary detergent - Digital lock on bedroom door - 55" flat screen 4k smart TV in living room - Fully stocked kitchen with everything you need to cook - Space in fridge /pantry shelf - Well-maintained, resort like community
$62 per night
Private room in Dublin
Private studio (Bath and Bed)
Perfect Budget friendly Private room and bath on level 1 of the house, for short vacation/Business Trips. Free access to WiFi, Newer furniture, Brand new smart HD Fire TV(Alexa enabled) ; free STREET parking . Less than 2 miles away from San Francisco premium outlets and other shopping/restaurants. Park right across the street. Good for 1-2 occupants for short stays. For Large stays please inquire for availability. ************* No access to other areas of the home No Microwave/Fridge/Laundry
$66 per night
Private room in Dublin
Cozy 1st-Floor Bedroom w/ Private Bathroom
Enjoy our modern, cozy guest bedroom and bathroom located on the 1st floor of our townhome. The room is ideally set up for a business traveler looking for a short stay, but it can also accommodate up to two people looking to use this as a home base to explore. Please note that we are at least an hour drive from many other popular destinations, such as San Francisco, Monterey, Napa, Point Reyes, and Santa Cruz.
$83 per night

Stay near Pleasanton's top sights

San Francisco Premium Outlets170 locals recommend
Alameda County Fairgrounds14 locals recommend
Stoneridge Shopping Center48 locals recommend
In-N-Out Burger7 locals recommend
Trader Joe's25 locals recommend
99 Ranch Market5 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Pleasanton

Private room in Livermore
Clean/centrally located private bedroom & bath
$68 per night
Private room in Dublin
Luxury Private Room⭐️Queen Bed for Business Travel
$55 per night
Private room in Dublin
Private Suite Attached Bath Walk to Everything
$67 per night
Private room in Dublin
Master bedroom 5m walking to Dublin BART w/view
$58 per night

Your guide to Pleasanton

All About Pleasanton

Pleasanton is an East Bay suburb tucked between the rolling greenery of Morgan Territory Regional Preserve an hour east of San Francisco and around 45 minutes east of Oakland. The city’s perennial Mediterranean climate brings people outdoors throughout the year here, whether that’s for mountain biking along the 9,090-acre Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park — where peaks exceed heights of 1,600 feet, providing spectacular vistas for miles around — or enjoying a round of golf at a local course.

Downtown, you’ll find brightly colored storefronts, restaurants, and cafes in historic buildings, some of which were once connected through underground tunnels that ran below Main Street. You can learn more about the architecture, which spans Victorian, Italianate, and Richardson Romanesque, among other styles, and the stories behind the famous people who populated these buildings, on self-led cellphone walking tours from the Museum on Main.

Pleasanton is also host to the popular Alameda County Fair, one of the largest fairs in the Bay Area.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Pleasanton

Conditions are balmy and days are warm in Pleasanton no matter the season. You’ll be able to hike, trek, and explore the nearby parks without fear of being rained on. If you book a Pleasanton vacation rental in the fall or winter, you can check out the area’s biggest annual events. The Alameda County Fair at the end of October is one of the Bay Area’s largest fairs and features food stalls, trucks, and rides. In November, the Holiday Train of Lights is a festive 1.5-hour round trip aboard antique coaches and open cars through Niles Canyon.

Top things to do in Pleasanton

Pleasanton Farmers’ Market

Held every Saturday on Pleasanton’s Main Street and West Angela Street, Pleasanton Farmers’ Market brings together local farmers and eateries to showcase fresh produce, from artisanal cheeses to indulgent pastries and vibrant flowers. Minutes walk away are Delucchi Park and Lions Wayside Park, scenic spots to sit and savor your finds.

Museum on Main

Located under the arch in downtown Pleasanton, the Museum on Main is a Smithsonian outreach program devoted to documenting the history of the Tri Valley area, from the earliest records of Native American inhabitants to Pleasanton in the present. Permanent and traveling exhibits showcase the region’s work history, culinary traditions, and sports with presentations, tours, and panel discussions. The museum is closed on Sundays and Mondays.

Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area

A former gravel quarry turned bountiful regional park, Shadow Cliffs is an 80-acre recreational area with a lake and picnic facilities that’s a popular place for water sports. You can fish, boating, and swim here year round, and a refreshment stand serves up drinks and snacks in the summer.

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