Vacation rental houses in Denver

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Top-rated houses in Denver

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2 Bedroom Historic Baker Row Home
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Entire residential home · 4 guests · 3 beds · 1 bath
2 Bedroom Historic Baker Row HomeOriginally built in 1890, this shotgun style row home has an open kitchen/living room with sofa bed, bathroom, two bedrooms (queen beds), washer dryer, private backyard, and off- street parking available. Walking distance to shopping, restaurants, bars, Santa Fe Art District, music venues, Convention Center, Performing Arts, Museums, breweries, dispensaries, coffee. Enjoy Broncos Football/Rockies within 3 miles.
Garden Level Apartment near Denver City Park
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Entire residential home · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath
Garden Level Apartment near Denver City ParkNewly renovated garden level apartment in 1920s Denver bungalow. North City Park/Skyland neighborhood, 4 doors from City Park Golf Course and a short walk to City Park. Enjoy being close to downtown in a quiet neighborhood. Fully equipped, separate entrance, safe and secure. Good WIFI, smart TV, clean and comfortable.
The Newton Street Nest-Cozy 2-Bedroom Home
Entire residential home · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath
The Newton Street Nest-Cozy 2-Bedroom HomeYour family will be close to everything when you stay at this centrally-located home in Barnum Park. You’re minutes from Sloan’s Lake, Edgewater, Union Station, Cherry Creek, the Zoo, Botanic Gardens, and museums. Are the mountains calling? You’re just over an hour away from Keystone, Breckinridge, A-Basin, and Loveland ski resorts! There’s a bike path and park less than a mile away. Close to the light rail!

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Popular house amenities in Denver

  • Pool
  • Hot tub
  • Wifi
  • Pets allowed
  • Kitchen

Where to stay in Denver

Locals share their top neighborhood recommendations to help you find the one to call home for your trip.

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LoDo
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City Park
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Washington Park
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Cheesman Park
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Cherry Creek
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River North Art District

Stay near Denver's top sights

Denver Art Museum
Art Museum · 453 locals recommend
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A wide variety of art displays for adults and children alike! Includes Western art/artists which you may not see in other venues. A good stop if you are Downtown or in need of an indoor activity during your stay. Convenient parking garage next to it. Check out their website for more details.

Rodney & Sharon
Rodney & Sharon· Littleton, CO
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    1. Entire rental unit
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    30+ Day Rental in Capitol Hill
    $70 per night
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    MILLION DOLLAR HIGH-RISE VIEW - DREAM ESCAPE
    $134 per night
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    2. Denver
    Monthly Rental, Downtown Studio, Free Parking
    $54 per night
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    Capital Hill/Downtown Denver Condo, Cozy.
    $95 per night
Denver Botanic Gardens
Botanical Garden · 361 locals recommend
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Beautiful, peaceful gardens at any time of year. There is a children's garden above the parking garage.

Malee
Malee· Pattaya City, จ.ชลบุรี
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    1. Entire guest suite
    2. Denver
    Sapling House Private Suite
    $62 per night
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    LARGE studio in historic, central Cap Hill
    $81 per night
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    The Cottage at Seahorse Heights
    $119 per night
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    Spacious Cheesman Park Getaway.
    $89 per night
Denver Zoo
Zoo · 238 locals recommend
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Lions and tigers and bears – and so much more, on lovely grounds make the Denver Zoo one of the most popular zoos in America. Go underwater with polar bears at Northern Shores, or eyeball-to-eyeball with a gorilla in Primate Panorama. Predator Ridge recreates the plains of Africa with a pride of lions, while Tropical Discovery is rainforest teeming with crocodiles and gila monsters.

The Home Store
The Home Store· Lakewood, CO
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    1. Entire guesthouse
    2. Denver
    Hip Denver Studio - Skyland Neighborhood
    $79 per night
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    1. Entire guest suite
    2. Denver
    Private, cozy studio in the heart of the city.
    $78 per night
    1. Entire guest suite
    2. Denver
    Stylish Basement Suite by the Park!
    $66 per night
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    1. Private room
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    New Townhouse - Central Location in Denver
    $47 per night

Tips from Denver locals

Get advice about the city from the people who know it best. Local hosts share their tips and recommendations for travelers like you.

What should I pack?

Layers! Welcome to colorado, where we can have 40+ degree shifts throughout the day and we can go from sun, to rain, to sun, to lightening, to snow....all in the same day! bring layers that you can easily put on and take off throughout the day.

Steven And Rose
Steven And RoseLives in Denver

Bring sunglasses and a water bottle The sun is bright and the altitude will get you (especially in the mountains), so drink lots of water.

Malee
MaleeLives in Denver

Bring lots of layers! The weather in denver can change quickly and gets cool in the evening.

Caitlin
CaitlinLives in Denver

What's the best way to get around?

If you are here for skiing, check goi70.com for traffic info If skiing on a weekend, in general, leave before 7am to avoid the worst traffic on i-70, and leave the resort before 2 or after 5 (get dinner). weekdays are much better. make sure to have or rent a car with 4 wheel drive or at least good snow tires!

Malee
MaleeLives in Denver

Local transit The local lightrail station is at 10th and osage. very convenient for getting around the region. there is also a b-cycle station right outside the building. i use it all the time, but pay attention to rates. can get expensive

Daniel
DanielLives in Denver

What should I not miss?

Altitudes effect on alcohol There are lower oxygen levels at higher altitudes, which can impair the ability to metabolize alcohol, leading to quicker absorption and enhanced intoxication (in layman's terms, you may get drunk faster and have worse hangovers). drink lots of water!

Steven And Rose
Steven And RoseLives in Denver

Drink lots of water! You are in the high desert and at high elevation. drink lots of water (more than you normally would closer to sea level). if you start getting headaches, nausea, or dizziness, it could be due to the altitude.....take a break, sit down, and drink lots of water.

Steven And Rose
Steven And RoseLives in Denver

What are some local customs?

Drink extra water to avoid altitude sickness Being a mile above sea level means that you need to drink extra water to stay hydrated and feeling well!

Caitlin
CaitlinLives in Denver

You can bring your own food to breweries All breweries in golden allow you to bring in your own food, if you so choose. many offer food trucks and/or their own bites too.

Steven And Rose
Steven And RoseLives in Denver

Your guide to Denver

All About Denver

A city whose skyscrapers are dwarfed by the surrounding Rocky Mountains, Denver is an ideal getaway for visitors who don’t want to choose between wilderness and city. Denver’s past as an Old West boomtown is still present, especially in such historic neighborhoods as Larimer Square, alongside the free-wheeling spirit of a vibrant art scene and new tech energy. Denver makes it easy for you to take a morning hike in the mountains before an afternoon of shopping in the Cherry Creek neighborhood, or to follow a tour of the Denver Art Museum with samplers at a nearby craft brewery. There are plenty of bike trails and parks such as Sloan’s Lake to explore within the city limits, as well as outdoor shops that can supply you with skis or snowboards for an excursion to Colorado Ski Country.


How do I get around Denver?

You won’t have trouble finding flights to Denver, since Denver International Airport (DEN) is a major hub for the Western states. To get into town, pick up a car rental at the airport, hail a taxi, or take the Airport Rail to Union Station downtown. Amtrak’s California Zephyr line, which runs from the San Francisco Bay Area to Chicago, also stops at Union Station, as do many Greyhound bus routes.

Once you’re in town, the Regional Transportation District’s buses and light-rail trains travel to many corners of the city, and rideshares and bikeshares are plentiful.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Denver?

One of the sunniest major cities in the United States, Denver sees only around 80 days of precipitation a year. Spring and fall are cool but comfortable, and temperatures regularly rise into the 80s and 90s Fahrenheit in July and August.

Nighttime temperatures dip below the freezing point starting in November, but during the day, the city’s winter is relatively mild, averaging in the 40s and 50s. Denver sees a lot of snow during those months, but it doesn’t necessarily stick around — you have to go higher into the mountains for snow sports. No matter what season you visit, when you’re outdoors slather on sunscreen and wear sunglasses.


What are the top things to do in Denver?

City Park

Families with school-age children can easily spend an entire day in this 330-acre park, which offers wide expanses for picnics and running. And kids can explore the wonders of the Earth as well as outer space at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.

River North Art District

Once a swath of crumbling warehouses, RiNo has become the most colorful neighborhood in Denver — literally. You can spend hours wandering outside admiring the multistory murals, or popping into art galleries and boutiques. The art scene here has attracted cafes, food halls, restaurants, and bars, which keep the neighborhood lively well into the night.

Rocky Mountain National Park

Just 90 minutes from downtown Denver is one of the country’s most spectacular wilderness areas. More than 300 miles of trails wind through, and up, the mountains and around the shores of more than a hundred lakes. In the summer, you can stay in your car to drive along Trail Ridge Road, high above the treeline, or hike up to the alpine meadows where elk graze. (Keep in mind: The park charges a per-vehicle entrance fee.)