Sharing the best Colorado Airbnbs today and there are some stunners! Home to the snow-topped Rocky Mountains, Colorado boasts an abundance of wildlife and outdoor activities, plus fun cities like Boulder and vibrant Denver to enjoy, as well as cute mountain towns like Buena Vista.
There’s just so much to Colorado to discover that it’s hard to know where to even start to plan a vacation there.
But with a fantastic selection of Airbnbs—from tiny homes to mountainside mansions and cute cabins—it’s going to be easy to find the perfect Colorado Airbnb for you. Airbnbs are the best vacation rentals to try!
Let’s get into the most gorgeous Colorado Airbnbs!
The Best Colorado Airbnbs
This quirky and historic home in Denver is so charming! The building once sheltered horses in the late 1800s, and this property has been featured in Architectural Digest online as Colorado's most unique and beautiful Airbnb properties.
This Airbnb Plus has heated concrete floors that allow you to be barefoot in subzero weather, but cool in the summer. The perfect spot for a unique Denver stay!
Up to 3 guests // 1 bedrooms // 1 beds // 1 bath. Prices from $120 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
Looking for a weekend getaway in nature? Look no further.
This rocky mountain log cabin, an hour from downtown Denver, is surrounded by 3.5 acres of woodlands. Inspired by the Danish lifestyle idea of hygge, the whole home feels cozy and warm.
Outside, the Scandinavian theme continues with a steam sauna and two decks complete with some pretty amazing mountain views (ideal for a brunch beer or two).
Inside the triangular-shaped cabin, there's a fully equipped kitchen, a relaxing living room, and lots of space to unwind after a busy day at the nearby ski resorts.
Up to 4 guests // 2 bedrooms // 2 beds // 1 bath. Prices from $150 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
Situated right in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, 25 minutes drive from Vail, this tiny house is a super fun place to vacay.
The perfect spot to turn off social media for a few days and go off-grid, there's so much to explore in the surrounding area that you will never get bored. Powered by solar electricity, the energy-efficient space shows that going off-grid does not have to mean slumming it.
With one bedroom, every inch of the tiny building has been thoroughly thought out and finished with fresh wood and huge windows for enjoying the changing landscape.
And if that doesn't do it for you, just think of the evenings outside on the patio, grilling dinner with a glass of wine under the stars—not bad, right?
Up to 3 guests // 1 bedrooms // 1 beds // 1 baths. Prices from $145 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
Another epic Airbnb in Colorado, this one will bring out your inner child, because you actually get to stay in a treehouse! A one of kind, unique place to stay, everything in this house has been thought out, each item has a place, and every inch of space has been used.
With the Rocky Mountain National Park around 30 minutes from here, getting out into nature isn't hard, but you also won't have to go far for food; there are restaurants and bars within the nearby area.
Up to 4 guests // 2 bedrooms // 2 beds // 2 baths. Prices from $398 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
This spacious studio in the heart of Crested Butte is a top choice for couples—or even if you're traveling solo and want to hit up the local area. Ideal for skiing in the winter months, or for a relaxing summer break, the location is within easy walking distance of shops and restaurants, as well as public transport.
The cottage comes with access to a grassy backyard plus a fully equipped kitchen and a huge comfortable bed for the BEST night's sleep.
Up to 2 guests // studio // 1 beds // 1 baths. Prices from $135 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
Getting out into nature doesn't have to mean stripping back creature comforts, which is totally proven by this incredible hilltop estate.
Perched up high, this stylish home is decorated in a delicate neutral color palette, with natural materials and plush furnishing throughout.
Guests have access to the outdoor clean private hot tub on the wraparound deck, a study, a huge bath, and a gourmet full kitchen—all topped off with a mesmerizing view of the mountains and the town of Crested Butte in the distance.
Don't worry about being too cut off; the roads nearby are well maintained, even in the snow, and the town is in easy reach.
Up to 16+ guests // 5 bedrooms // 13 beds // 5 baths. Prices from $1195 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
A wonderful spot to stay in Old Colorado City, this modern studio is fashionably styled with lots of funky features and cute spaces to make your time there as relaxing as possible.
One of the best things about this place (and something that totally makes me want to book it) is the fact that the backyard comes complete with a fire pit and a hot tub—all backed by some pretty beautiful mountain views.
Up to 2 guests // studio // 2 beds // 1 baths. Prices from $56 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
This super sweet Airbnb in Colorado Springs has so much to offer in such a small space. A cute mix of modern and vintage design, the house is actually an old carriage house from the 1900s.
The house sleeps two, so it's perfect for a couple who want a chilled out place to stay (for a good price per night, of course) that's also close to top local hangouts like restaurants and breweries. It's a winner alright!
Up to 2 guests // studio // 1 beds // 1 baths. Prices from $121 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
Those were my top picks for the best Airbnbs in Colorado. If you’re looking for more neighborhoods to stay at, I recommend Estes Park or Curtis Park. From off-grid getaways to funky lofts, there’s something for everyone here to enjoy an awesome trip. Tag me in your Insta stories and pics wherever you choose to stay—I can always do with a bit of travel inspo!
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