The BoutiqueHomes Experience.

Impressed ...

I have to mention to my success indeed with my home Glass Cube on Boutique Homes' vacation home rental ... massive page views and inquiries ... a surprise to us, happy to work with you ... never expected it ... impact!!!!!!! I like the clients Boutique Homes has sent me... all super nice people. ‘Creative professionals’ ... more sophisticated than the folks from other sites. I have started to use you guys for my own travel needs n finding the best vacation homes for rent, just too busy with all my projects ...

Arnold Arrssen | homeowner of Glass Cube | architect | Silves, Portugal

I keep coming back ...

Amazing website - haven't found another one like it in searching for short term vacation home rentals. I keep coming back to Boutique Homes because they offer a very comprehensive selection of places to stay, very personal service and all this without any commission. Can’t get any better.

Marina South | family vacation traveler | fashion designer | London, UK

Love your site

It was a pleasure to work with the Boutique Homes team to make my trip to Los Angeles work. You found and recommended the perfect luxury boutique hotel for my stay. I love all the properties on your site and now, that I consider to offer my own apartment with you, I also get to know your attention to details and your overall customer service behind the scene.

Angelika Taschen | extended stay traveler | book publisher | Berlin, Germany

Very good customer service

I was impressed right away with my Boutique Homes experience. Matt was extremely helpful and informative, I was walked through the entire process, and the transaction was seamless. Based on the level of customer service I received, I have no doubt that this will be my go-to site, both for the unique properties they represent and for the level of service I received. Not to mention their vacation home rental prices are very fair!

Shamaa von Spindler | weekend getaway traveler | photographer | Los Angeles, CA

You did the legwork for us .....

and guided us to very special places we probably wouldn’t have found otherwise. Thank you!!! And all this for free to us travelers. Can't imagine looking for the perfect place for a vacation home to rent anywhere else.

Walton Goggins | vacation traveler | actor | Los Angeles, CA
 Malatesta Maison in Italy's picturesque Le Marche region was built over five hundred years ago as a holiday home for the Malatesta of Rimini family, and has remained a holiday home since. Serene and inspiring, it is the incarnation of the idea that modern luxury is having a place for everything, and everything in its right place. It turns out practice really does make perfect.  There's a kind of magic about places that feel like they have always existed. Hacienda La Fabrica in Merida is just that. Wake up to dew and birdsong in this historic textile factory repurposed into a majestic maze of tropical gardens and quiet rooms weaving in and out of the Mexican heat.
 If you think there's no cat cooler than Frank Lloyd Wright, fix yourself an Old Fashioned and get your Don Draper on at the Eppstein House in Galesburg, Michigan. Nothing like a bit of history for a legendary weekend.  It's pretty clear that Mexico is high on our list of happy places, so we are glad to say that we are spending this week under the fabled Mexican sun, exploring more irresistible homes for your next vacation. And what's a trip to Mexico without a check-in at the Cemex Award-winning Villa Yucatan, with its Mad Men meets Mayan handsomeness and the indoor-outdoor goodness of it all? It's a tough job, but somebody's gotta do it ;)
 If you're lucky enough to have a bunch of friends and family you actually enjoy vacationing with, Santa Gertrudis Villa is the place for you. This five-bedroom villa in Ibiza, Spain, is perfect for days spent hanging by the pool and long boisterous dinners where there are too many chefs in the kitchen and everybody talks at the same time. .  Once in a while, we meet a living room that looks like a reunion of beautiful furniture and paintings catching up on their recent adventures. Proof: Homero Apartment in Polanco, one of Mexico City's best neighbourhoods. This spacious third floor apartment is just steps away from lively Masaryk Avenue, and has noise-cancelling windows to ensure only the upside of an urban escape. The master bedroom with its gorgeous little balcony of greenery goes to the one who picks the longest straw ;)
 This one goes out to all of you facing the "I don't love camping but I love sleeping in the great outdoors" dilemma. Sequoia Modern in Three Rivers, California is an aquarium of creature comforts in the middle of nature. Yes, you can love a fully-equipped kitchen and a long bath as much as the wilderness, and yes, you can enjoy it all at the same time. . . #boutiquehomes #vacationrentals #holidayrentals #holidayhome #travel #designlovers #archilovers #interiordesign #chicnomads #instatravel #glamping #nature #naturelover #thegreatoutdoors #threerivers #california #traveler #digitaldetox #offthegrid #midcenturymodern #glasshouse #travelbydesign  If this looks like a stylish seat for a watchful eye in an art museum, it's because it very well could be. This is Numero Venti room 4, one of four rooms in a 16th-century palazzo in Tuscany transformed by artists for artists. Beyond its original fresco-covered rooms with 5-meter ceilings and airy scandinavian furnishings, the palazzo includes an exhibition space and an artist-in-residence program. Proceeds from the rental of the rooms are reinvested into the program to fund artists and artistic development in the city. Now that's love.
 They say there is perfection in circles. Solo Circle in Aragon, Spain concurs. This architecturally audacious circular home feels like a structure without barriers, inclusive and endlessly flowing, embracing all that is good with no beginning and no end.  When farmhouses come back as townhouses: Lagoa Townhouse in the western part of Algarve, Portugal, may be all slick and sexy now, but it still wakes up with the sun and believes in staying out all day. Which explains the sun loungers wide enough to roll around in, the outdoor kitchen, and the pool where the water's always good.
 Caught between your passion for sparse aesthetics and your soft spot for all that is earthy and raw? Giora Villa in Capriata d'Orba, Italy, believes one is great but both is better. This seven-room vacation home is layers of pristine whites and flawless geometry accented with the mineral textures and rustling greens of the Italian countryside. It's like crossing an impeccably-dressed woman on your weekend hike.  Here we are in Berlin, with a sudden urge to listen to Miles. Layered with shades of blue from the luscious textiles to the walls and ceilings, Apartment Flow in the hip neigbourhood of Mitte is at once a stylish cocoon and a fever dream from Le Grand Bleu. Situated along the historical path of the Berlin Wall, it perfectly illustrates modern Berlin’s reputation for cool: a love of design coupled with a deep attachment to nature and a daring sense of personal style, all laid-back and matter-of-fact.
 Ermita del Carmen in Carcabuey, Spain is rustic-minimalist by day and mythical temple by twilight. This carefully restored 15th century house in the rambling nature of rural Andalucia sits within the foundations of a Roman temple along an ancient waterway that was erected in honor of Venus. Fit for a goddess indeed!  We've found your sangria spot. Seaview Treehouse Villa overlooking Costa Blanca in Benissa, Spain has all the fittings of a playful summer: Ample poolside lazing space, canopied rooftops for naps and chats, a little casita for the inseparable couple the rest of the group can never find, and you guessed it: the treehouse of your childhood dreams!
 Our adventure in Merida continues with El Portico, a beautifully restored colonial residence perfect for a bit of color therapy. This three-bedroom house is an immersive wonderland of warm sun-washed hues and intricate Mexican azulejos. Keep an eye and ear out for the tropical birds that meet in the tall ceiba tree in the courtyard ;)  Indoors or outdoors? Who's choosing? We love homes that blur the lines. Bahia Loft in Paolo Sarpi, Milan's cool and vibrant Chinatown, invites the outside in and the inside out by way of an immense glass wall that opens out to lush creeping vines, an orange tree, and plush bohemian seating. Don't you think there's something inexplicably delightful about seeing upholstery in a garden?
BoutiqueHomes provides a handpicked collection of modern and simple luxury vacation home rentals including villas to rent, small hotels, holiday lettings, boutique hotels, beach house rentals, pet-friendly houses for rent, cottages to let, cabin rentals, and more. All around the world with vacation home rentals in San Francisco, London, Spain, France, Italy, Croatia, Indonesia, Iceland, Turkey, as well as many remote and amazing locations. No Booking Fees!