A lot of Denver visitors flock to the city because it offers great city life and equally greater outdoor experiences. But staying in expensive hotels can limit your capability to experience as much as you can.
Fortunately, Airbnb has provided us with alternative lodging options that are usually not as pricey as its hotel counterparts.
In addition, some of these Airbnb units even provide unique living accommodations that will surely be something you will remember. That includes these tiny wonders:
The Tiny House Nation House
If you are a fan of FYI’s Tiny House Nation like me, then this is your chance to live in one that was actually featured on the show. I still even remember this house and Zac even made them a customized poker table and seats so that they can entertain even in a small space. But even without it, this tiny house is really cozy and is on a wide lot for more entertaining space. Word of caution though, research on composting toilets first to avoid any shock. Although, there
Stylish Funky Cool Loft Studio
If you like to be in the heart of the action, this funky cool studio might be the spot for you. It is strategically located between 2 parks and is near restaurants and bars. The apartment itself is kind of a work of art, mixing contemporary pieces with playful design. There is a queen-sized bed mattress on the loft and you also get a private deck for some outdoor dining or just for chilling.
The corrugated metal, steel stairs, exposed vents; it all adds up to its industrial look. But don’t think that it is a cold apartment. You still get that warm feeling because it is so stylish with the furniture and accents balancing out all the steel in the unit. The best part about it, though, is the location. It is within walking distance of LoDo, Uptown, Baker, the Art District, and more.
Urban Art Loft
Located at the heart of RiNo Art District, this apartment could also be considered a work of art. The unit is just full of character. You have the exposed brick, the reclaimed hanging doors, the wood counter, and even the graffiti above the bed. It just really speaks to the artist in you. It’s also near restaurants, breweries, and a well-lit park. Oh, and if you must know, it’s 420-friendly as well.