Denver is always a hip and fun city to visit because of all the events happening throughout the year, great places to eat and drink, and outdoor recreation in the area. It’s also enjoyable to live like a local by staying in a Denver Airbnb during your trip to town. From entire houses to campers, apartments, and even tents, every homestay here is unique. Here are some of the coolest Airbnbs to choose from in Denver.
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At this Airbnb, you’ll have the whole cottage to yourself, which includes one bedroom with two beds and a bathroom. There’s also a small full kitchen here with the basics you need for cooking, a small dining area, two-person hot tub, gas barbecue, and a communal outdoor space that is shared with artists and musicians. It’s next to the Navajo Street Arts District in the Lower Highlands area and a great place to be for films, plays, and comedy nights out. It’s 420-friendly outside, has street parking available, and is within walking distance to three breweries.
This Airstream camper experience in Denver is great for two guests. You’ll have this camper to yourself and enjoy a glamping experience in a private yard with a pond. The Airstream is about a mile from downtown Denver and close to bars and restaurants. The Airbnb offers free parking, Wi-Fi, a pool, and backyard access. Concerts at Red Rocks are about a 15-minute drive from here.
You can also stay in Denver’s oldest neighborhood in this one-bedroom, one-bathroom Airbnb that accommodates up to three guests. It is a popular and beautiful Airbnb property between Welton Street and the breweries and restaurants of RiNo. You’ll be about a block from Curtis Park and a mile from the 16th Street Mall. Offered amenities include a gym, private hot tub, full kitchen, washer and dryer, and Wi-Fi.
Denver is also home to some excellent tiny house accommodations, including this offering. You’ll have this space to yourself with two beds and one bath. It’s in the heart of Capitol Hill and close to bars and restaurants about a mile from downtown. Stay here for a comfortable urban neighborhood with a full kitchen, 420-friendly setting, and a cozy space. It’s stylish, has a great location, and has live music nearby because it’s in between two bars.
This elegant loft Airbnb works well for up to five guests. It has three beds and one bathroom in Berkley. You’ll be close to I-25 and I-70, which makes it easy to access sporting events, recreation, and the airport. The home is also by the Tennyson shopping district, has an off-street parking space, and features an open space layout. However, the property is not suitable for children or pets.
This is another great tiny house option that is ideal for two guests. This container studio home has a queen-size bed, fully equipped kitchen, and is about 30 minutes from the airport. The tiny home measures 264 square feet in size and is in the Berkeley area near lots of shops, restaurants, and cafes. It has its own bathroom with toiletries, both heating and air conditioning, and some board games and robes and slippers to make you comfortable. You might hear the noise of children playing because it’s in a residential area and located in the backyard of the host’s property.
This is a loft in Denver that can accommodate up to four guests with one bedroom and one bathroom. This newly remodeled space dates back to 1890 and is full of character. It’s in the RiNo Art district and about five minutes from downtown. Lots of breweries, restaurants, and music venues are nearby in this historic neighborhood. Street parking is available, and there’s a washer and dryer on site, gas grill, fire pit, TV, and yoga and Crossfit classes nearby.
Bungalow B is a guesthouse that works well for up to four guests and is in the Villa Park neighborhood. It has a private fenced-in outdoor area with seating, a well-equipped kitchen, shower, laundry facilities, and off-street private driveway parking. This is one of two homes that are on the same property, and your host lives in the other one.
For a social, fun, and budget-friendly place to stay in Denver, consider this backyard tent setup in a 420-friendly environment. This is a 21+ Airbnb property that can accommodate 12 to 20 guests per night. You can rent a tent spot in the backyard for an outdoor camping experience. You can bring your tent or have one provided, although no other camping equipment is offered. Pets can stay outside for a $10 per night fee per pet. Amenities include free parking, Wi-Fi, and access to the inside bathrooms and kitchen.
Another highly-rated Airbnb is this modern home in the Santa Fe Art District, which you’ll have all to yourself with lots of natural light. Enjoy the fenced-in patio, Netflix in the living room, and easy self-check-in process. The location is great, off-street parking is offered, and the trendy Baker neighborhood South of downtown is a fun place to be.
This two-bedroom Airbnb has a private bath for up to four guests near Union Station and the center of Denver. It’s in the Highlands neighborhood near lots of great restaurants and features an art studio and historic brick building built in 1905. Guests have access to two living areas, a big kitchen, Wi-Fi, and an indoor fireplace, and the opportunity to view original art onsite.