We hand pick only the very best vacation rentals, ensuring that each property has been personally inspected and will meet even the loftiest of expectations.
    With in-depth knowledge of our South Florida vacation rentals you can be assured that we'll find the perfect vacation home for you and in the right location.
    Enjoy exceptional service form start to finish with a concierge dedicated to fulfilling every desire from securing a boat rental to arranging a private chef.
About Us
The Experience

Trawling the internet for your perfect vacation home rental can be a long and arduous process. With so many thousands of rental vacation homes in Florida, finding one that truly suits your needs could take days or even weeks. And once you've found it, can you be sure that you're getting exactly what you expected? Those enticing photos look great online, but what will the reality be once you step through that door? Whether you're searching for the perfect vacation home for your family reunion, or you're organizing a special trip with friends, you’ll want to have a fun and relaxing time, and that's where we come in.

RentThisPlace.com is here to alleviate any concerns you may have about renting a vacation villa in Florida, allowing you to have that stress-free vacation you deserve. Forget about hours wasted searching on the internet, just let us know what you’re looking for and we'll do all the hard work for you.

That’s because here at RentThisPlace.com we do things differently. We won’t give you an endless list of vacation rentals to choose from; ours are hand-picked and thoroughly inspected in order to meet those lofty demands and expectations you have. And this is all thanks to our founder, Hania Noufal, who is "Dedicated to Providing World-Class Service". Hania has set the tone for a level of service that has earned her a reputation as a trusted vacation rental manager.

Your Perfect Vacation Home

With in-depth knowledge of all our hand-picked properties and their locations, we’ll find your perfect match, whether you’re seeking a weekend escape, or a week on South Florida’s magnificent beaches.

Service Every Step of the Way

We believe you deserve the very best, and why not?! Enjoy exceptional service from start to finish with a concierge dedicated to fulfilling your every desire, from securing a boat rental to a gourmet chef.

More Than Just Vacation Rentals

We don’t offer any old vacation rentals, at RentThisPlace.com you’ll discover an unparalleled collection of villas, condos and luxury waterfront homes, along with a dedicated partner to ensure you have an unforgettable escape.


Founded by Hania Noufal in 1998, RentThisPlace.com creates personalized villa vacations in South Florida. We’re a local, family-owned company engaged in the vacation home business for more than ten years and have the backing of a friendly, energetic, diverse and helpful team whose primary objective is to make you and yours comfortable and happy.

Our team personally inspects each and every luxury property we market, ensuring that our guests are offered only the very best, and, as a full service vacation rental company, RentThisPlace.com is also proud to offer you complimentary concierge services, guest support and personal vacation rental specialists to help find your perfect vacation home.

For your peace of mind, our team is on duty every day of the year including holidays, weekends and after hours. There’s always someone available to assist you, 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. And our team of guest service coordinators and property managers are available – and on call – so you’ll always have a direct line to an emergency contact when you’re our vacation guest.

Concierge Services

Enjoy exceptional service form start to finish with a concierge dedicated to fulfilling every desire from securing a boat rental to arranging a private chef.


***** Private Chef Services *****
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***** Exotic & Luxury Car Rentals *****
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*****Yacht Charter & Boat Rentals*****
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***** Maid Services *****
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For concierge services please contact us and we will be happy to assist you.

South Florida Guide

Serving mostly the Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton, Pompano Beach, Hollywood, Miami, Florida Keys & Orlando locations of Florida.

Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale, "The Venice of America" Embraced by the Atlantic Ocean, New River and a myriad of scenic inland waterways, Fort Lauderdale truly lives up to its designation as the "Venice of America." Fort Lauderdale also offers an outstanding quality of life, highlighted by a semi-tropical climate, rich natural beauty and array of cultural, entertainment and educational amenities. Blessed with over 3,000 hours of sunshine each year and pleasant year-round ocean breezes, world-famous Fort Lauderdale Beach offers premier opportunities for recreation, relaxation and enjoyment. The picturesque Riverwalk serves as the cornerstone of the City's arts, science, cultural and historic district which features the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Museum of Discovery and Science, Museum of Art and Old Fort Lauderdale Village and Museum. Las Olas Boulevard has gained international acclaim as Fort Lauderdale's centerpiece of fashion, fine dining and entertainment.

Boca Raton
Boca Raton is where the culture and fine living can be found... A lovely location to live and visit....offering water activities and a beautiful new downtown outdoor shopping center, Mizner Park was completed over the site of the older Boca Raton Mall. It has since become a cultural center for the city. Featuring a landscaped central park between the two main roads (collectively called Plaza Real) with stores only on the outside of the roads, Mizner Park resembles a Mediterranean suburban "town center" with a more contemporary look. It features many restaurants and is home to the Boca Museum of Art. Boca offers a new amphitheatere for added entertainment.

The City of Miami welcomes you to the shiny City under the Sun. From the beginning, Miami’s rich sub-tropical abundance, its sun, sand and beautiful beaches have attracted seekers and dreamers. Beyond the radiant sun, surf and sand, discover Miami Beach's rich history as an entertainment and cultural destination, from world famous Art Deco architecture to renowned night clubs to designer fashions on Collins Avenue and Linclon Road. There's so much going on in Miami Beach, you'll need an extra hour to enjoy everything that makes this city so vibrant. As the world's elite playground, Miami Beach promises a 25-hour day; and whether you are an arts enthusiast, foodie, shopaholic, socialite or sun worshipper, there are plenty of options for where to spend that extra time.

Vero Beach
Vero Beach is a gentle, sophisticated and unpretentious town. In recent years, this area has become home to America's cultural and corporate elite. Homey, yet casually elegant, Vero Beach and Indian River County attracts visitors and residents because of the cultural wealth and inherent natural beauty of the area. Vero Beach was rated the “Best Small Town in Florida & 12th in the Nation” and was named one of “The 100 Best Art Towns in America.” Known as the “Gateway to the Tropics," Vero Beach is located in a climatic transition zone that offers an unusual mix of vegetation found in the coastal Carolinas – ancient oak trees and pine forests – blended with swaying palms and colorful blooms typical of the tropics. The area is also recognized as the 'Citrus Capital of the World,' producing the finest Indian River citrus for the domestic market and worldwide export. Vero Beach is known for its outstanding beaches. Part of Florida's Treasure Coast, the beaches combine excellent sand quality with significant surf and tidal action. Vero's main public beach is known as South Beach, accessible at the eastern end of Causeway Boulevard, State Road 656. Other public beaches include Humiston Park, in Vero's Central Beach Business District, and Jaycee Park and the adjacent boardwalk extending southward approximately 2/3 of a mile along Ocean Drive. Vero Beach also has numerous other public access trails and walkways permitting beach access.

Palm Beach
 The Palm Beach Area has, for centuries, been known for its exclusivity, wealth, and cultural offerings which all contribute to its nickname: the Gold Coast.North of Fort Lauderdale, the coast continues with a stimulating metropolitan dynamic, but the level of exclusivity, wealth and cultural offerings jump up a notch. Perhaps that’s how it earned its nickname as the Gold Coast. Or perhaps it’s the golden sands that line 47 miles of beach. Palm Beach, in the center of all this, epitomizes the social climate as a centuries-old playground of the rich and celebrated. Ever since railroad mogul Henry Flagler brought his railroad to town and erected fabulous hotels for his passengers, the town has been synonymous with luxury. One of the favorite pastimes for modern-day visitors is to simply drive around the island and gaze at the magnificent mansions, then head to one of its landmark restaurants to try and spot a star or government somebody. For a succinct picture of the wealth that wrought this kingdom visit Whitehall, Flagler’s Gilded Age mansion and monument to opulence. Downtown Palm Beach, along famed Worth Avenue, is celebrated for its Mediterranean-style architecture and fabulous shops. Theaters, museums and galleries create an aura of high-brow culture that continues onto the mainland at West Palm Beach. Once the residential area for Palm Beach’s work force, West Palm today has developed a distinctive personality all its own. Its downtown Clematis Street District keeps lively with jolly clubs and restaurants, shops and street festivals. Norton Museum of Art sets a high standard for the artistic and for families, there’s a nice-sized zoo, a hands-on science museum, and, on the western edge of town, Lion Country Safari, where visitors drive through while lions, elephants, giraffes and other African animals run free. Inland and to the north, the region offers two other great attractions. First, the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge protects the native animals who thrive in an Everglades environment. A different breed thrives on the unparalleled selection and quality of golf courses for which the Palm Beach area is highly touted. Great resorts and clubs host PGA pros and tournaments, and just regular folks who love to golf year ‘round. As you head north, Palm Beach County adopts a stronger environmental consciousness in parts that were later developed. Peanut Island preserves a nature sanctuary in the middle of the Intracoastal Waterway, along with a bunker that was built for President John F. Kennedy, whose family owned a home on Palm Beach during the Cuban missile crisis. John D. Macarthur Beach State Park is an example of pristine shoreline, with a nature center and environmental programs to keep it that way through education. In Juno Beach, Loggerhead Park and The Marinelife Center of Juno Beach are committed to nesting sea turtles during the summer months and host turtle walks and exhibits. In Jupiter, fish at the jetty beach park, catch a charter for deep-sea fishing, visit an art museum, and climb the 1860 lighthouse.

Jupiter Island and Hobe Sound become yet more withdrawn from the metropolitan world and more entrenched in the natural. Environment’s champions include Blowing Rocks Preserve, Jonathan Dickinson State Park and Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge, which conducts late-night sea turtle patrol walks to look for and mark nests. South of Palm Beach, the beachfront stretches to encompass a litany of upscale communities new and old including Lake Worth, Manalapan, Boynton Beach and Delray Beach. Even the scuba diving in these parts is upscale, including the "wreck" of a Mercedes-Benz. Luxury name-brand resorts grace these privileged sands, along with some small inn gems. Delray Beach, in particular, exudes yesteryear charm that shows in its accommodations as well as its downtown shopping district and new cultural loop. Its Delray Affair festival celebrates its strong sense of community. On its outskirts, the history of its Japanese immigrant population is told at The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, a superbly serene oasis. A developing orchid garden nearby provides still more sanctuary for the soul.

This road to riches ends at Boca Raton, a beach community with much to offer families as well as lovers of the fine pleasures of shopping and dining. Visit the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, Coconut Cove Water Park, Little Palm Family Theater and Children’s Museum.

Orlando, "Tourist Attractions Destination" The Orlando area is home to a wide variety of tourist attractions, including the Walt Disney World including Magic Kingdom, Epcot Disney's Hollywood Studios, Disney's Animal Kingdom, Typhoon Lagoon, Blizzard Beach & Downtown Disney along with Sea World and many more... It is the third-largest metropolitan area, behind Miami and Tampa...Over 50 Million travelers visit this tourist area each year.... This Majic part of Florida also offers Museum of Arts and Sciences, Atlantic Center of the Arts and is close to Ormond Beach, Daytona and New Smyrna Beach....

Dania Beach
Dania Beach is a progressive, vibrant community that has just entered its second century. Nestled next to the Atlantic Ocean with adjacency to international seaports and airports, we offer a mix of beautiful weather, world-class beaches, shopping at the historic Antique Row, an established and growing marine services industry and a rich history that serves as the foundation for a future of growth. Dania Beach mixes the accessibility, charm and friendliness of small-town living with immediate access to everything a large, thriving metropolis has to offer.

Pompano Beach
Pompano Beach has always welcomed its many visitors with our three and a half miles of white, pristine beaches will surely draw those who enjoy a quite, relaxing stroll, with the refreshing Atlantic Ocean gently lapping the shore, or for those seeking more action, a trip to Pompano Park Racing & Poker to watch and cheer on their favorite horse and driver will be more to their liking. Fishing, boating, scuba diving and more are here to enjoy, along with major sporting events only a short drive away. Some of the most challenging golf courses you will find anywhere can be found in Pompano Beach as well as great shopping in many fine boutique shops and the new, soon to be completely renovated Pompano Citi Centre Mall.

Hollywood named one of America’s top ten nostalgic promenades by USA Today. Bicyclists, runners, walkers and rollerbladers set their own pace on this path which is bordered by six miles of Hollywood’s famous coastline, boutique hotels, charming shops, cafés and places to eat facing the ocean. The beach offers its own entertainment, including paddle ball, volleyball, group yoga and Tai Chi classes. Several golf courses and tennis courts are also within easy reach. At night, a full season of cultural events takes centre stage. Reserve a day for relaxing to the sound of soothing waves. The fresh ocean air will carry you into a state of pure bliss. Hollywood is also a haven for ecotourism. From canoe trips through pristine West Lake Park, a 1,500-acre nature preserve, to extreme watersports, Hollywood has something to keep every body in motion. And after a refreshing trip to the popular weekend organic farmers’ market and juice bar, take advantage of the exciting nightlife options in Historic Downtown Hollywood.

Florida Keys 
The moment visitors leave Florida's mainland and cross into Key Largo, the sudden urge to kick off their shoes and put on a bathing suit is overwhelming - it also happens to be the perfect attire to wear while visiting the Diving Capital of the World! Some of America's most dazzling underwater parks are found here. If you came to the south to fish, Islamorada is considered the Sport Fishing Capital of the World, while the backcountry offers tarpon and bonefish, it's in the Atlantic where anglers can test their skills against marlin, tuna and dolphin. If you are into dining, lime-kissed salads, spicy chowder and golden deep-fried are among some of the favorite ways to cook this seafood delicacy.Stone crab, renowned for its sweet and succulent meat, and no visit would be complete without a taste of the island's Key lime pie.