Get a feel for different Colorado communities by staying in cool Airbnbs
Thinking of relocating to Colorado? If so, you’ll probably want to visit and make sure it would be a good fit. Instead of staying in a hotel, consider finding an Airbnb in the neighborhood you’re most interested in to get a feel for the area. While there are several options available in the state – some budget-friendly, some 4:20 friendly and others on the pricey end of the spectrum – we’ve identified some of the best Airbnbs Colorado has to offer. Stay in these homes and you’ll get a more authentic experience.
Located in Denver’s oldest neighborhood, this 1880s carriage house in Curtis Park features both historic charm and modern updates. Converted into a living space in 2007, this one-bedroom, one-bathroom home is just a few blocks from craft breweries, restaurants and the popular 16th Street Mall.
Relax and rejuvenate at a two-bedroom modern retreat in Boulder, which includes a gourmet kitchen and a large deck, perfect for enjoying the peaceful atmosphere. The home is conveniently located in the Mapleton Hill neighborhood, within walking distance of hiking trails, downtown Boulder and the Pearl Street Mall.
This adorable Old Town home in Fort Collins offers easy access to Colorado State University, Cafe Vino, Nick’s Homestyle and other attractions. With three bedrooms and two bathrooms, the property can accommodate seven guests, making it an especially affordable choice when traveling in a group.
Foodies, don’t miss out on this one-bedroom, one-bathroom eco-luxe farmhouse retreat. Located on an urban farm in Lakewood, the apartment includes a private kitchen with modern appliances. During the growing season, guests can enjoy freshly picked vegetables straight from the farm.
A charming, updated Old Town Longmont cottage, built in the 1940s, is perfect for visitors wanting to explore the surrounding neighborhood that’s filled with parks, restaurants, breweries, coffee shops and retail destinations. This two-bedroom, one-bathroom home is also located near Longmont’s downtown area, and it’s just 10 minutes from Boulder.
Interested in the unconventional? Consider renting an Airstream trailer in Littleton. Both modern and vintage models are available and, while a piece of land is not included in the rental fee, the trailers offer guests the opportunity to explore the great outdoors and set up camp anywhere they desire.
Enjoy a getaway in Loveland at this stylish two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo in the Lakes at Centerra development just minutes from shops, restaurants, and hiking and biking trails. Visitors have access to a community pool and clubhouse, and the Rocky Mountain National Park is within a 30-minute drive.
If you love cuddly, furry pets – and really, who doesn’t? – you’ll probably want to rent the private room in this charming home in Lafayette. In addition to Tanner, the homeowner’s beagle, guests can enjoy convenient access to all that Old Town Lafayette has to offer, including parks, shops, eateries and coffeehouses.
Located on 2 acres of land, this recently constructed Beulah Valley cabin offers seclusion and comfort with two gas fireplaces, a modern kitchen and gorgeous mountain views. The two-bedroom cabin is within walking distance of the town’s artists’ village, and it’s just a 20-minute drive from Pueblo.
Trendsetters, this hip home in Aurora is right up your alley. With two bedrooms and one bathroom, the home is decorated with cool, midcentury modern furniture, and it’s located just outside of Denver’s vibrant Stapleton neighborhood.