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8 Incredible Denver Airbnbs for Every Budget and Style

Dec. 09, 2017
6 min read
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As the capital city of Colorado, Denver is a vibrant metropolis that offers the best of both worlds: urban and natural attractions. From exciting sporting events to the bustling art scene — and, of course, the famous Rocky Mountains — it's no surprise that the Mile High City is such a popular tourist destination. Now, thanks to Airbnb new split payment option, booking a rental stay in big cities like this is that much easier. Check out these Airbnb rentals for an all-season stay that’ll fit most budgets and tastes.

Value Deals (less than $150 per night)

1. Downtown Turn-of-the Century Row House

This perfectly laid out walk-up row house with great sunlight, exposed brick and high ceilings sits in a quiet neighborhood in Lincoln Park. Easily venture into one of the city's most diverse neighborhoods — or stay in and enjoy the open living area and spa-like bathroom. Whatever you decide, you won’t regret staying at this one-bedroom home; this cozy abode offers solo travelers and couples countless opportunities to fully immerse in Denver downtown area. Rates from $76 per night with a one-night minimum stay required.

2. Charming San Rafael Carriage House

If you’re looking to be central and secluded, this is the Airbnb for you. This charming home is located in the historic San Rafael neighborhood and adjacent to the hip Five Points neighborhood. This studio listing is equipped with all you need for a short or long stay — from a fully equipped kitchen, laundry in unit, heated tile floor throughout and a skylight. Rates from $85 per night with a two-night minimum stay required.

3. Upscale Downtown Retreat

This Downtown retreat is ideal for those looking for privacy and luxury. With five bedroom and four bathrooms, this listing will comfortably accommodate your family or a large group of friends for any type of stay. Tastefully decorated with luxurious accents and an appealing interior, this listing features an open living space, gourmet kitchen and an entertainment area with a rooftop top patio with views of downtown. Rates from $99 per night with a one-night minimum stay required.

Mid-Tier ($150-$250 per night)

4. Luxury Loft in Downtown

Step into this three-bedroom loft conveniently located on the cusp of the bustling LoDo neighborhood, where travelers can indulge in a variety of restaurants and galleries nearby. Perfect for accommodating large families or groups of friends, this spacious three-bedroom loft apartment consists of an open living room, kitchen and even a rooftop patio. Take in the picturesque views from above and see all that the Mile High City has to offer. Rates from $200 per night with a one-night minimum stay required.

5. Curtis Park Home

Have you ever wanted to stay in a carriage house? With this cozy stay, you’ll enjoy both the quirks of a mid-century home with comforts of a modern living. Located in the urban neighborhood of Curtis Park, this newly renovated carriage house is a short walk from the park, restaurants, bars, coffee shops and art galleries in RiNo and Welton Light Rail station. Rates from $195 per night with a one-night minimum stay required.

6. Urban Victorian Charmer in RiNo

Contemporary and comfortable, this historic house is a picturesque discovery in the heart of the RiNo neighborhood. Behind the Victorian architecture, this unique 1880s home is tastefully upgraded with modern amenities and vintage finishes. You’ll love this place because of the outdoor space, the neighborhood and the proximity to the trendy Upper Larimer scene. Overall, this two-bedroom abode is ideal for couples, solo adventurers and business travelers alike. Rates from $95 per night with a one-night minimum stay required.

High Roller ($250+ per night) 

7. Luxurious Downtown Denver Modern Home

Inside this three-bedroom duplex, you’ll find exceptional decor and full-service amenities and right outside, the vibrant scene of the lower highland neighborhood. This condo serves as the perfect launchpad for travelers who want to explore many of Denver's main attractions including Bronco stadium, the Aquarium, Children’s Museum of Denver and countless bars and restaurants. This luxury unit is the perfect place for any family or group of seven guests to relax and unwind for a few days. Rates from $259 per night with a three-night minimum stay required.

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8. Upscale Home in Baker

Colourful, comfortable and convenient, this upscale home in Central Denver has all amenities guests might need. With four bedrooms and three bathrooms, this listing ensures that families and large groups will enjoy their stay. Complete with a workspace, open kitchen stocked with cooking amenities and a washing machine, comfort and convenience will never be a problem here. Moreover, you’ll be close with a playground, basketball court and a short distance from the most notable independently owned restaurants, pubs, boutiques and the Mayan Theater. Rates from $329 per night with a one-night minimum stay required.

Maximize Your Purchase

There are plenty of ways to maximize your stay with points and miles. If you’ve never used Airbnb before, sign up through TPG to get $40 off your first booking — and the gravy train doesn’t stop there. Book through the Delta portal and earn 1 SkyMile for every dollar spent on your stay, and make sure to charge the purchase to a travel rewards card to rack up extra points. Using a card like the Chase Sapphire Preferred will get you 2x points on all travel purchases while the Chase Sapphire Reserve will get you 3x points on an Airbnb stay. When you combine the two, you’re effectively double-dipping with your points earning.

Prices are accurate as of publication date but are subject to change. Feature photo by dbvirago / Getty Images

Featured image by Denver skyline across city park in autumn. Photo by dbvirago / Getty Images