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With its incredibly diverse travel destinations, there’s no other state is quite like Utah. Desert and red rock dominate the south, but head a little bit north and find rolling mountains, with hidden lakes that range in various jewel hues. Experience the city, get pumped at an NBA game, or venture far into the wilderness to kayak, fish, hike, or even more popularly, blaze down ATV trails. Amongst all of this excitement, are insanely cool Airbnb rentals that are ready and waiting.
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Relax in traditional cottage surroundings, with beautiful subway tile accents in an overall uplifting color palette, while having some of the best views in southern Utah. That porch! The state’s iconic red rock can be seen for days from the most amazing outdoor space.
Monroe is a special place in Utah, with mountains all around, and a majestic hot spring. Sit right on the cusp of a grand mountain when staying at this enchanting ranch, with all of those rustic Utah elements. But you might not be able to pull yourself away from the upper deck, which is located right off of the loft.
Cross the swaying suspension bridge, climb up ladders, and feel connected with nature while staying in a treehouse. However, this isn’t any average tree structure – plenty of luxurious amenities, such as a spa, lie within.
Welcome to the magnificent Monroe Peak Retreat, closed in the winter but a glorious place to escape during all the other seasons. Generous space and multiple bedrooms make the mountain view cabin ideal for either family get-togethers or just a simplistic getaway. With stone and wood, the kitchen is stunning and touches like a wood-burning fireplace and striking exterior log construction packs the place full of cozy vibes.
Provo is the heartbeat of Utah. Here, you’ll find tons of shopping, food, and history. You might even see Donny Osmond at Trader Joe’s. While the entrance can be a little tricky to find, this loft is in the center of old downtown Provo, close to a really amazing Asian eatery called Vegan Sun. Inside is industrial and super trendy.
Live edge wood interiors, massive picture windows, and skylights that peer toward the stars – can we really even define this as a treehouse? Yes! It’s high in the sky, with a luxurious cabin aesthetic. Park City just got even better.
Come find serenity in the desert. With nothing more than you need, the tiny home on wheels is the ultimate place to escape. A small kitchen, cozy sleeping area, and lots of surrounding nature complete the package. Since you’re in Beaver, definitely stop by the creamery for ice cream and cheese curds.
The views completely steal the show at this cabin, overshadowing already amazing features. If we could just rent the porch, and toss down a sleeping bag, we would! During the fall, winter or summer, views of the reservoir are nothing short of incredible. But that stone fireplace would be the perfect spot to warm up at night.
Warm, ambient, contemporary — all the things expected of a loft apartment are found right here. Take advantage of the Salt Lake City location, and venture through the city, then to Antelope Island for wildlife sightseeing. Always keep a significant distance and stay in your vehicle.
Ogden is right smack in the middle of three spectacular ski resorts, all with their own personality. From rugged backcountry, high-end lodge surroundings, to family-friendly slopes, this is any skier’s paradise. Explore historic downtown, grab the best vegan food from Cuppa, and snuggle up in this perfectly small whimsical rental.
We were sold at “hobbit cottage”! Tucked away in the host’s garden, the surroundings are completely fairytale worthy. Inside you’ll find rounded structuring, and of course a circular door. Cedar City is a neat area of Utah, with a downtown with great food, and proximity to skiing.
Completely new, these modernistic treehouses sit amongst breathtaking countryside near Zion National Park. Chic yet home-like aesthetics complete the look, making it ideal for the ultimate family vacation. Gaze toward the clear starry skies at night, and get ready for one heck of an adventure.
When a barn has an adorable rustic peel and a wreath on the front during Christmas, it’s hard to not be pulled in. But we were glad we were pulled into this one, as the interior has contemporary designs, while still remaining true to those barn roots.
Brian Head is one of the best-kept skiing secrets in all of Utah. Well, maybe it’s not that big of a secret, but it certainly is pleasantly low-key. Zoom down the snow tubing hill, enjoy convenient lifts straight from the parking lot, and then return to this cozy studio ideal for couples.