7 cool Airbnbs near downtown Denver, starting at $29 per night
From tiny houses to modern apartments, here are 7 excellent Airbnbs near downtown Denver.
The state of play:People fled to the mountains for socially-distanced escapes last year. But Brian Ferdinand, Managing Partner at CorpHousing Group, predicts tourism will skyrocket downtown this summer.
- Last spring, short-term rentals were at 40-60% occupancy in the Denver metro area, compared to 60-80% now. The summer of 2020 was stronger for Denver, with occupancies closer to 75%.
- "We expect the same for this year but at higher average daily rates," Ferdinand said.
Features: Loft layout, soaking tub, walkable neighborhood, close to bars and restaurants, tiny house experience, full kitchen.
Space: 2 guests, 1 bedroom (1 bed), 1 bath
Price: $99 per night
Features: Light rail access (quick ride downtown), bright plant-filled interior, balcony, running trails nearby, rooftop deck.
Space: 2 guests, 1 bedroom (1 bed), 1.5 bath
Price: $55 per night
Features: King bed, private suite within large home, bath tub, beautiful room with built-ins.
Space: 1 guest, 1 bedroom (1 bed), 1 bath
Price: $29 per night
Features: Rooftop views, Capitol Hill location, full kitchen, walking distance to restaurants, luxury community amenities.
Space: 2 guests, studio (2 beds), 2 bath
Price: $89 per night
Features: Charming design, garage door leading to back deck, eat-in island, compact but fully stocked.
Space: 6 guests, 2 bedroom (3 beds), 1 bath
Price: $99 per night
Features: Shared spaces, clean cozy design, professional/relaxed setting.
Space: 1 guests, 1 bedroom (1 bed), 1 bath
Price: $30 per night
Features: Tiny house experience, bright airy loft, built in 2021, eco-friendly design, skylight to see stars, downtown views.
Space: 4 guests, studio/loft (2 beds), 1 bath
Price: $75 per night
All photos are courtesy of individual Airbnb listings.
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