Colorado’s Best Airbnbs

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Planning a trip to the west? If you’re hoping to experience Colorado’s mountain views and woodland aura over the next few months, reading some of the state’s Airbnbs should be high on your to-do list. But where to start ? After all, Colorado has so much (and so many destinations) to offer.

From the cityscapes of Denver to ski cabins in Aspen to the quiet cabins of Colorado Springs, the Centennial State is full of comfortable Airbnbs for all types of travelers. Whether you dream of booking a treehouse in the Rockies or a quirky cottage near Four Corners, you can, as Colorado is home to some of the most unique Airbnb rentals in the world. Read on for our absolute favorites across the state – but just note that it can be difficult to pick just one.

The Hummingbird Refuge outside Denver

The Hummingbird Refuge in Denver, Colorado

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This dreamy three-story cabin is built directly into the rock and above a chattering creek, so guests often feel completely at one with nature. With a perfect five-star rating and enough sleeping space for four, this central Colorado getaway is perfect for family and girls’ trips.

A-Frame Cabin with Panoramic View in Jefferson

A-Frame Cabin in Jefferson, CO

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Colorado is a place for lovers of the great outdoors, of course, but at this Airbnb, you don’t have to step outside to experience the state’s natural beauty. With a secluded location and floor-to-ceiling windows, guests who book this A-frame can enjoy stunning mountain views from the sofa.

Cabin in the Rocky Mountains at Carbondale

Rocky Mountain Treehouse Airbnb in Carbondale, CO

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If you’ve ever dreamed of living in an oversized treehouse, you’re not alone – this bungalow in the heart of the Rockies is actually Colorado’s most branded Airbnb. Equipped with a hot tub, two balconies and enough room for six people, it’s no wonder the place gets booked up so quickly.

Holloway Cabin in Buena Vista

Holloway Cabin in Buena Vista, CO

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This colorful little cabin in central Colorado may seem small, but it packs a punch. From private hot springs to loft beds, this place is the very definition of comfort. “I wish I could be snowed in here,” writes the reviewer. “They’ve literally thought of EVERYTHING you could possibly need and that’s no exaggeration.”

Wonder Haus at Pagosa Springs

Wonder Haus in Pagosa Springs, CO

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If you enjoy unforgettable stays, consider booking Wonder Haus in the southwestern state. This artistic, “intentionally unconventional” home features a stargazing tower and views of the San Juan National Forest, and the host notes that it’s a far cry from your typical log cabin.

Condo in downtown Aspen

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Live like a local in Aspen by renting this upscale condo! When you stay here, not only will you experience the best modern luxury Aspen has to offer, the four-person condo also enjoys a prime mountainside location, pool and hot tub access and close to the best activities in Aspen.

Modern guesthouse with impressive views in Boulder

Boulder Guesthouse with a view, from the bedroom

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Is there anything better than incredible views from the bed? You can have a bird’s eye view of Boulder when you stay at this contemporary private guesthouse. Bathed in natural light, the Airbnb is a short drive from canyons, climbing walls, bike paths and ski resorts, making it the perfect destination all year round.

Little Red Treehouse outside of Boulder

Little Red Treehouse Airbnb in Boulder, CO

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If this Instagram-worthy treehouse sounds familiar to you, it’s probably because it’s on just about every “Best Airbnbs” list on the internet. Although Little Red Treehouse is only large enough for two people, its mountain and forest views combined with the aesthetics of the newly renovated cabin make for a vacation to remember.

Small cabin, view of the large marble mountain

Small cabin, view of the big mountain in Marble, CO

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Picture this: you are snuggled up with your loved one in a cozy little studio just outside the famous Colorado ski resorts. Every morning, you sip a coffee on the patio while enjoying a breathtaking view of the Rocky Mountains and life is good. In this tiny house in Marble (which has a perfect five-star rating), such an escape can be a reality.

Canyon Hideout Bungalow in Cortez

Canyon Hideout Bungalow in Cortez, CO

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This adorably retro bungalow gives the term “little house” a whole new meaning. While the interior of this compact Airbnb is cute and fun, the real draw is the location. Perched at the base of towering red rocks and minutes from Canyon of the Ancients National Monument, this hideout is perfect for adventurous travelers.

Cozy Black Forest Cabin in Colorado Springs

Cozy Cabin in Black Forest, Colorado Springs

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This Colorado Springs Black Forest Airbnb is designed for avid campers looking for an upgrade. While the cabin is equipped with an outdoor barbecue and fire pit reminiscent of a typical camping trip, guests are also entitled to a luxurious interior bedroom, kitchen, and bathroom. It’s the best of both worlds – and it has stellar ratings.

Luxurious Private Guest House in Boulder

Private Airbnb guesthouse in Boulder, CO

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This modern guesthouse is located in the middle of a quiet neighborhood, making it ideal for travelers who want to experience Boulder like a local. Stay indoors to enjoy the luxury bathroom, hot tub, and skylights, or take advantage of the Airbnb’s proximity to the Mount Sanitas trailhead, downtown Boulder or the always very busy Pearl Street Mall.

Condo with lake and mountain views in Dillon

Lake and Mountain View Condo in Dillon, CO

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Just outside the ski village of Breckenridge is Dillon, Colorado, a small town between lakes and mountains. And the best place to discover Dillon? This quiet Airbnb overlooking Lake Dillon and the Rockies! If the nearby marina, trails and amphitheater don’t convince you to book a stay, maybe the condo’s near-perfect rating will.

Hillary Maglin is a digital writer who divides most of her time between New York and Pittsburgh. You can find her on Instagram @hillarymaglin, where his DMs are always open to discuss travel gear, wine bars and Taylor Swift’s latest record.

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