Your next city getaway should be Denver, where posh pads, ultra-luxe lofts, stately mansions. Many luxury Airbnb Denver properties can be found for under $400 a night.
Often used as a starting point for reaching top-tier Rocky Mountain ski resorts, Denver should not be overlooked as an upscale destination in its own right.
Traveling gourmands will quickly discover a wealth of world-class drinking and dining, from charming, local craft breweries to the award-winning restaurants at Union Station. If it’s culture you’re after, look to tory Capitol Hill to discover an exceptional collection of interesting history and art museums. For instance, the lovely Molly Brown House Museum, a Victorian mansion once home to the famously “Unsinkable” socialite.
10. A Chic LoDo High-Rise Loft With Mountain Views
Perfectly positioned in peaceful Riverfront Park, this modern high-rise loft in Lower Downtown boasts stunning west-facing views of the Denver sprawl and Rocky Mountains beyond. So from $350 a night, this stunning, stylish loft is moments away from Union Station and the lively LoDo neighborhood. Which is home of some of Denver’s finest restaurants and best nightlife.
9. A New England-Style Farmhouse 15 Minutes From Downtown
Featuring a basement media room, backyard, playroom, spacious kitchen and living room, this New England-style farm house in Cherry Creek is perfect for a large family looking for space to spread out. From $285 a night, stay just 15 minutes from downtown. This is a quiet, residential area with charming restaurants, great shopping, and excellent parks nearby.
8. A Group-Friendly Smart House With Movie Theater And Fire Pit
This 3,200 sq. ft. custom-built, luxury smart house near LoHi is ideal for a group of friends or family visiting Denver. Kick back and unwind in your own private movie theatre with 120” screen. Check out the roof deck with skyline views or head to the spacious backyard to enjoy a gas-powered fire pit. From $279 a night, this luxurious home is just minutes from multiple breweries, Jefferson Park, and LoHi’s happening restaurants and bars.
7. A Private Top Floor Suite Of Historic Landmark Home
Built in 1894 by Henry Lee, father of the Denver Park System, the entire third floor suite of this Denver architectural landmark home is available from $269 a night. Completely private and fully remodeled, this beautiful Victorian gem is located in the historic Highlands district, minutes from LoHi and downtown Denver. Enjoy historic surrounds while still just minutes away from Denver’s best bars and restaurants.
6. A Sumptuous Castle With Jacuzzi Near Wash Park
Dripping with chandeliers and gilded details, staying in this palatial Washington Park home is like having your very own castle in the heart of the city. Fit for a royal family (or very large group), this magnificent home sleeps 16+ and has a private hot tub in the backyard. From $399 a night, stay in the gorgeous, leafy Wash Park neighborhood and enjoy easy access to upscale shopping and excellent dining.
5. A Renovated Cheeseman Park Charmer In Cap Hill
Built in 1892, this lovingly-restored home near Cheeseman Park was recently renovated to exacting standards, bringing in modern comforts while retaining its charming historic details. Soaring ceilings, exposed brick, and original wood beams will delight. The owner’s extra baby-proofing makes this an ideal choice for a luxe family getaway. So for $350 a night, you can stay moments from Cheeseman Park and all of Cap Hill’s incredible museums and restaurants.
4. A Modern Highlands Townhouse With Rooftop Patio
This bright, modern townhouse at the center of Denver’s hot Highlands neighborhood is ideal for a boys weekend in the city. From $300 a night, the masculine decor and awesome rooftop patio with fire pit and barbecue. It also has a wet bar are perfect for a relaxing evening with friends or pre-drink before heading out. This unique townhouse is just moments away from all the best nightlife hotspots in LoDo, as well as Coors Field, home of the Colorado Rockies baseball team.
3. Colorful Baker Bungalow With Patio And Lofted Ceilings
Newly redone, this sweet, blue Baker District bungalow is surprisingly spacious inside with lofted ceilings and modern furnishings. Four colorful bedrooms plus a bonus room create ample space for the whole family to relax in. From $300 a night, this home is minutes away from Antiques Row and the rest of Baker’s charming restaurants and locally-owned shops.
2. Modern Luxury In A Converted Church (With Bonus Tiny House Inside!)
This truly unique home is found within a fully-renovated, converted church built in the 1930s. Preserving many original details like sky-high ceilings and a choir loft turned twin bedroom. There is even space inside for an entire “tiny house” suite! Priced at $369, this one-of-a-kind home is nestled in the desirable Capitol Hill neighborhood. So is near great restaurants, coffee shops, and museums.
1. Stately Remodeled Capitol Hill Mansion With Private Backyard
Originally built in 1906, this elegant family home in Capitol Hill was completely remodeled in 2017. From $325 a night, this home is perfect for a luxurious family getaway with four bedrooms. It has a show-stopping kitchen, spacious private backyard with fire pit, and a two-car garage. Stay in a quiet, residential neighborhood, tucked away in family-friendly Cap Hill. It’s just minutes to the Capitol Building, countless museums, and tempting restaurants.