We’re excited to announce our newest partner—FrontDesk!
We now have amazing properties in Columbus, Alburquerque, and Fort Worth, with many more on the way.
FrontDesk offers securely-managed short-term stays at the best suites in the best neighborhoods, for both business and leisure travelers. Until now, travelers have had to choose between stuffy and bland hotel rooms, or inconsistent and unpredictable vacation rental stays. Frontdesk bridges the world between short-term and long-term stays in urban apartment communities by managing guest suites with custom-built technology, a value-driven culture, and flawless execution, to create a secure and consistent experience for all.
Here are a few of the new destinations we’ve opened up with this partnership, with more cities and properties on the way.
It may surprise some, but Columbus is now the 14th-largest city in the United States, making it more populated than San Francisco, Seattle, and Boston. The accelerated growth of Columbus will not slow down anytime soon as central Ohio expects upwards of a million new residents in the coming decades. With its buzzing downtown district, a revival of historic neighborhoods, hip breweries, and of course Ohio State University, Columbus is a prime destination.
Albuquerque is a true hidden gem. It’s still under-the-radar, affordable and surrounded by amazing high desert landscapes, mountains, and rivers. And then there’s the weather—it averages about 300 sunny days per year. Alburquerque isn’t a sleepy city either. You’ll find plenty of unique boutiques to shop at, top-notch performance venues and lively bars and nightlife. If you’re into adventure, you’ll be set. With it’s close proximity to the Sandia Mountains, Alburquerque is a great home base for Southwest discovery.
There’s a reason people are moving to Fort Worth—actually, quite a few. Between its highly-rated restaurants, world-renowned museums, active live music scene and some of the nicest people who live in Texas, there is a whole lot to love. Fort Worth is a fast-growing city, currently sitting at 13th-largest in the States (just 1 above Columbus). The food here is fantastic, and you’ll find plenty of barbecue, burger and taco joints. And if you dig tasty libations, you’ll have to do the Ale Trail, where you hit 9 of the city’s breweries and sample all of their craft beers.
Where to next? Find flexible month-to-month rentals across the globe on Anyplace.