There’s more to Salt Lake City than the patches of salt-filled waters that surround this ultra-cool destination. Offering easy access to numerous other exciting places like Provo, Park City and Ogden, Salt Lake is brimming with breweries, award-winning restaurants and unusual shops while being bordered by striking forests and mountains. A short drive will take you to optimal ski terrain, or a plethora of other adventure opportunities. It’s both an outdoor and culinary playground, further embellished with historical sites and parks. The Utah city should be on your bucket list, as should these super cool Airbnbs.
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A spacious apartment tucked away in an 1800s home with intricate design could be yours. The newly renovated apartment is open and updated, with a refined appeal that still highlights its age-old roots. From the quaint kitchen to the generously sized living room, guests have plenty of space to lounge. And the views are jaw-dropping. Whether from the windows or the attached veranda, the Rocky Mountains and downtown buildings are in clear view.
With a casita like entrance complete with an interesting arched wooden door, it’s hard to grasp that this private apartment is actually attic space over another home. The small a-typical shaped kitchen and bathroom with purple jacuzzi are certainly funky touches, but the apartment is just downright comfy and accommodating too. Enjoy the mountain air from a private deck and grilling space as well.
This loft features its own entrance and plenty of cool nooks. Enjoy the booth seating beside the big windows that overlook the city and snuggle by the super unusual fireplace. The modern retro vibe makes for a neat environment. Downtown is a short walk away, and the price is awesome.
Stone floors, patterned wood walls and exposed beam ceilings round out the core construction of the solar-powered cabin, which is enhanced by perfectly minimal furnishings and decor. Outside, tranquil paths weave through trees and foliage, and the fire pit is perfect on a summer night. Set directly by a creek, the peaceful sound of trickling water will take you to a state of complete relaxation.
Gigantic arched windows bring light into the warehouse-style space, which formerly served as both a grocery distributor and a toy store. The characterizing brick walls and deep wooden floors lead the look, but some elegant touches and swanky upgrades give this penthouse apartment a high-end appeal. Gaze directly into downtown, then explore a list of major points of interest that are nearby.
The hip style of this loft home is clean-cut and seamless, as it’s been constructed not too long ago. The full home rental features a suave interior with all the comforts from home. But the outdoor spaces are hard to top, from the back yard with a hot tub and adorable wooden sauna, and the rooftop deck with room to sit a handful of people. The views from up here are stunning, especially at sunset when pink light reflects off the mountains.
Built in 1872, the Beesley Cottage stands as a significant part of Salt Lake City past—it is on the National Register of Historic Places. Guests can actually stay here, in a private apartment, with a separate entrance, which features a bed, bath and a small kitchenette. Downtown is within walking distance, and the place will only set you back around $70 a night. Affordable, convenient, historically immersive —what more could a traveler ask for?
Experience the detailed beauty of the early 1900s in this Victorian jewel. Original attributes such as wood floors and a staircase are met with crystal chandeliers, clawfoot tubs, exposed brick and stained glass. Ten guests can enjoy the beauty of the old days, as three tasteful bedrooms supply simple yet pretty lodging. Right across the street from Liberty Park, which is even older than the house, the home is optimally situated near the heartbeat of Salt Lake City.
More exposed brick envelopes the open concept living space of this townhome. The kitchen and living room are lit up by two glass doors that swing open to reveal a porch with bistro set for morning coffee and late-night wine. Three bedrooms create enough space for six people to split the reasonable price tag. The new construction is excellently located near Temple Square and the Convention Center.
Exposed piping, beamed ceilings, brick walls, gourmet kitchen equipment and ultra-high ceilings come together to form a space that’s industrial and elegant at the same time. The loft space operated as a factory in the early 1900s and the aesthetics has been lovingly preserved and restored, with some upgrades here and there. Visually interesting yet cozy, this Airbnb is the perfect home base for your Salt Lake adventures. Wind down in the loft, whip up a killer meal, and appreciate the deep roots of the structure.