With rugged landscape beautiful scenery and some great towns and cities, a Utah staycation is the ideal road trip. Why leave the state when there is so much to see on your very own doorstep?
These locations are all high-end Airbnbs which are ideal for large groups. It could be the extended family, a big gang of friends or even a corporate getaway. The best part is that once you divide the cost of the house between the group, it works out as a super affordable alternative to hotels and resorts.
All you have to do now is round up some friends and get ready to enjoy the ultimate Utah staycation in one of these beautiful Airbnbs…
Best Airbnbs in Utah
A beautiful luxury estate steps away from Silver Lake Deer Valley ski slopes. In a gated, exclusive community at mid mountain Deer Valley lies this gem among private luxury residences
it is just a 4 minute walk to the ski slopes (or mountain biking in the summer) and there are incredible views on all sides. You and your friends will be perfectly cosy in this amazing house.
The house sleeps up to 14 guests, and will cost you in and around $1,000 a night depending on the season.
The spacious 4 bedrooms modern treehouse offers all the comforts and private setting for your group of explorers. The open living room and kitchen offer floor to ceiling windows with forest views. Add the skylights and atrium, and it brings the outdoors in while you relax in front of the wood-burning fireplace.
Enjoy the hot tub on the deck under the stars or the sauna inside after a hard day of playing in the mountains. The ideal spot for a Utah staycation.
The house sleeps 12 people and will cost you just over $1,000 per night.
This stunning lodge is nestled on the Wasatch Mountain foothills and the views from every angle are absolutely breathtaking. From inside to outside, it amplifies feelings of peaceful home comfort and accommodates large gatherings without loosing the intimate group connection.
Located at the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon, it’s minutes from all major resorts great restaurants and a short walk to Dimple Dell Park.
The house sleeps up to 16 people and will set you back about $800 per night, depending on the season.
This architectural home maximizes views and privacy and is the perfect escape from city living. Perfectly located between Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons at Park City you will find some of the most spectacular views in the state.
The house is so pretty that you may not even want to leave, but you will find great trails restaurants and bars within easy reach.
The house will set you back around $1,200 a night and sleeps up to 10 people.
This is one of three campsites on a ridge overlooking the beautiful view of Monument Valley. You have access to two shared bathrooms, your own gazebo, picnic table, and a BBQ grill. This booking includes a spacious canvas tent, 4 inch sleeping pads, sleeping bag liners, and blankets.
You have access to your own semi-separated camping area, where you will have a tent, a patio with picnic table and BBQ Grill. One of the most memorable vacation experiences you could ever wish for.
The experience will set you back around $700 for 2 people.
Entrada is located near Snow Canyon in St. George, Utah. This exclusive gated community offers panoramic views of the sun drenched red rocks of Southern Utah.
Elements of stone, fire, water, and air define this homes character as curved walls, stone-faced patios, infinity pool, and fire pits meld with the natural landscape. This is a dream home where every curved walkway is a journey waiting to be taken.
The house sleeps up to 10 people and will set you back about $2,000 per night.
The craftsmanship and detail in this home is so impressive. A large river runs along the edge of the yard, with a beautiful bridge that displays a picturesque setting.
The gazebo, located in the center of the yard, is surrounded with tiered sections of lawn, facilitating a perfect setting for weddings! The grandeur of the design and setting is unparalleled to anything else you will see in the area.
This house will set you back around $1,000 a night and sleeps up to 8 guests.
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