Sharing a roundup of the best Airbnb Zion National Park rentals available!
Zion National Park is the epic gem of Utah that you should definitely consider visiting at least once. This place is truly beautiful. It’s famous for narrow canyons, red cliffs, waterfalls, Zion Canyon, and hanging gardens—and plenty of hiking trails to take you to the heart of it.
The best way to really get in touch with that nature and the local community is by staying in an Airbnb. You’ll get unique locations, easy access to the park, and some stunning vacation rentals with gorgeous interior touches.
Here are some of my favorites! Stay at an Airbnb Zion National Park edition!
This unique Airbnb is the ultimate getaway in nature. This is a glamping-meets-tiny-house experience, complete with a deck and a fire pit and surrounded by serene Ponderosa pines.
If you're looking to get off the grid and have stargazing and hiking trails on your doorstep, this place is the one for you. I love the thought that has gone into the details here, like the oatmeal bar and the open concept bedroom.
A truly cozy A-frame cabin that any outdoorsy couple would love.
If you're looking for something a little more luxurious on your Zion National Park vacay, look no further.
This Zion home comes with a whole lot of upscale designs and comforts. Think granite countertops, queen beds, and all the amenities you'd need, like a fully equipped kitchen and washer-dryer. It's all very stylish and chic.
The location is perfect with the villa situated in Springdale, a mile from the park entrance and all the adventures that Zion can afford.
This is another great option for those who love the great outdoors and like a bit of style. It's a super cool tiny house. The space has been well utilized, and it's decked out with retro fittings that make it feel cute inside the rooms. The location is a major plus!
You'll have the run of the whole 75-acre property here, with awesome views and goats and chickens that run around (you can't beat fresh eggs every morning). Then there's the outdoor hot-tub! This place is amazing!
This Zion Airbnb is one of the cutest glamping experiences I've ever seen — the photos don't do this place justice. The decor inside this huge safari-style tent—complete with a comfy bed, of course—is beautifully decked out with throws, rugs, and cushions and feels super cozy.
It's situated in the Zion Ponderosa Resort, so you'll have access to the amenities in the area (swimming pool, hot tubs, sports courts, and more).
And there's breakfast included! How could this not be a great place to base yourself when exploring the national park?
Classic retro and rustic cabin vibes meet eclectic boutique style in this Zion National Park Airbnb. It's a former artist's retreat, hosting artists for over 20 years. Now it's a rental property that you should definitely check out if you feel like a retreat yourself!
Staying here means being in the wilderness, it's close to hiking trails and is truly magical at night when the sky comes alive with stars. You could also run a bath and read a book while you soak up the character and charm of this place.
Modern and trendy, with minimalist furnishings and spacious interiors, this home is a super modern take on the classic cabin setup, and it works very well.
Here you'll find high wooden ceilings, luxurious showers, huge king-sized beds, a cozy living area, and a comprehensive kitchen. There's a lot of nature and light coming in through the well-placed windows, too.
It's situated in Springdale, just a short walk away from the entrance of Zion National Park. It's the perfect base to return to after a day of exploring.
This spacious house is all about minimalism. It's got clean lines, bright white walls, and plenty of space, but it still provides comfort especially from the living room. You'll spend your time here chilling on the mid-century modern furniture, kicking back on the large porch area, and cooking up a storm in the kitchen before sitting down to a meal in its open plan dining area.
It's a home away from home that makes visiting Zion National Park less of a roughing-it-nature experience, more like having the park as your next-door neighbor for the weekend.
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