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The best Airbnbs with hot tubs in Colorado

From tranquil nature retreats to inner-city oases, here are the Centennial State’s finest rentals with a hot tub

Written by
Ed Cunningham
Alex Floyd-Douglass
Camila Karalyte

Colorado’s a state of mind-boggling contrasts. It’s got barren deserts, snow-capped mountains, lush forests, historic settlements, sprawling metropolises – and that’s us barely getting started (for all the deets, check out our best things to do in Colorado). The Centennial State has it all, but wherever you are and whatever you’re doing, there’s always one thing you need to ensure you have the most soothing, opulent stay possible. That’s right. We’re talking about hot tubs. 

On your trip to the state, you're going to need a stellar place to stay. And luckily for you, there's a whole lotta Airbnbs in Colorado for you to choose from. But why don't you treat yourself to some R&R and book one with a hot tub? Soak all of your troubles away. From tranquil oases in city centers to rentals with stunning views, we’ve got a hot tub Airbnb for every occasion. So whatever your budget, whether you’re looking for a family stay, couples getaway or group break, below are Colorado’s best Airbnbs with hot tubs.

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Best Colorado Airbnbs with hot tubs

Fab for families
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1. Fab for families

The lowdown: A gorgeous A-frame cabin in the woods offering a mix of sleek design and supreme functionality. The huge deck has a hot tub perfect for gazing out at the pines and nearby roaming deer. 

Where is it? Just outside Bailey, a mountain town southwest of Denver.

Best for? Couples or small families with a mid-range budget, on the hunt for a serene, stylish forest retreat.  

The secluded luxury
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2. The secluded luxury

The lowdown: A gorgeous, modern, and luxurious (but homely) retreat with acres of open space. Perfect for star gazing and marveling at the views from inside with the 17-foot-high glass wall. The hot tub is outside on the deck so you can take in the views. 

Where is it? Ten miles from Downtown Boulder and seven miles from Gold Hill. Historic mining trails connect to the property.

Best for? Up to three guests and a baby but ideal for couples on a romantic retreat. 

Luxury on a budget
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3. Luxury on a budget

The lowdown: Considering its ski-in, ski-out access and its top-notch range of facilities (including hot tubs, heated pools, saunas and gym – all shared), this studio flat is ridiculously good value.

Where is it? Breckenridge, at the base of Peak 9 – a popular spot for skiing, climbing, mountaineering and more.

Best for? Couples or small families looking to skimp on price but not on quality.

The swish urban oasis
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4. The swish urban oasis

The lowdown: Just because you’re in the heart of buzzing Denver, why should that mean you can’t treat yourself to a lovely, relaxing hot tub? This characterful building (which dates all the way back to 1886) is both cozy and convenient – it’s essentially everything you could want from an urban oasis.

Where is it? Jefferson Park, a leafy, calm neighborhood just south of downtown Denver.

Best for? Couples or small families on a mid-range budget, out to explore the sights of Colorado’s biggest city.

The insane treehouse
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5. The insane treehouse

The lowdown: No, this thing technically isn’t a treehouse – but who cares? It’s got mind-melting views for miles around, combined with drool-worthy luxury and fresh, airy ambiance. It’s also got not one, not two but three decks, one of which has both a sauna and a hot tub. Boom! 

Where is it? Bailey, high up in the sky overlooking Deer Creek Valley.

Best for? Up to six people with a roomy budget (but, per person, it’s much more affordable) who are on the hunt for a life-changing Airbnb experience.

Getaway pad for you and some chums
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6. Getaway pad for you and some chums

The lowdown: Spacious, bright and with spectacular views out over the surrounding mountains, this rental is an ideal base for trekking through the Colorado wilderness – or for having a few peaceful nights in. The six-person hot tub is out on the deck.

Where is it? Four miles from Cripple Creek, a historic and picturesque city that was previously an Old West gold mining camp.  

Best for? Up to seven buddies on a low budget, looking for a practical but homely base for a hiking holiday.

Home away from home
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7. Home away from home

The lowdown: With its obscenely pretty fenced-in outside area (kitted-out with firepit, grill, hot tub and relaxation zone, no less), this rental features all the home comforts you could need – right in the heart of Colorado Springs.

Where is it? Colorado Springs, about a mile from the city’s downtown area.

Best for? Small families wanting to dive into one of Colorado’s most fascinating cities, from a base that is little quieter and more luxurious than most city center apartments.  

A surprisingly cheap cabin for seven
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8. A surprisingly cheap cabin for seven

The lowdown: Looking for a peaceful, secluded cabin in the woods, but don’t want to break the bank? Well, here’s the rental for you. Featuring all the amenities you could ask for plus lush forest views and a sumptuous tub, it’s an absolute steal.

Where is it? Near Durango, close to Purgatory Ski Resort and plenty of hiking trails, trout fishing spots and opportunities for snowmobiling and jeeping. 

Best for? Up to seven people (we know, right? For that price!) looking to spend a bit of time at one with nature.  

The architectural masterpiece
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9. The architectural masterpiece

The lowdown: Looking a bit like spaceship that has crash-landed in the heart of the majestic Coloradan wilderness, this home is both an idyllic rural escape and a gob-smacking architectural masterpiece. With vast windows with which to gaze out at the surrounding aspen forest and dozens of ingenious design features, this place is really, really special. Oh, and it’s also got a really fancy hot tub, obvs.

Where is it? Just outside Telluride, a picture-perfect nineteenth-century mining town.

Best for? People with quite a lot of cash who won’t settle for less than one of the state’s most exclusive rentals.

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