5 Salt Lake City Airbnbs to Use as a Launchpad for Your National Parks Trip

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Make the most of your SLC vacation!

Salt Lake City is a popular destination for a number of reasons. Whether you want to indulge in the downtown scene, ski in the beautiful mountains, or hike the picturesque national parks, you deserve comfort. These stunning Airbnbs located throughout the city give you access to all these SLC staples and more.

Bring the whole family or make it a vacation for two. Either way, Utah isn't going to explore yourself! Start planning your epic trip by choosing which Airbnb you are going to book. It's hard to go wrong with any of these top-rated options.

1. This Salt Lake City luxury bungalow has a hot tub and a private yard.

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What it features:

Located right on the edge Liberty Park, guests can enjoy one of Salt Lake City's most beloved parks from their front porch. With 6 beds and spacious common areas, this home comfortably sleeps up to 12 guests.

Featuring an indoor and outdoor kitchen, a hot tub, fire pit, sauna, and minimalist aesthetic, this space boasts modern luxury. Plus, the backyard oasis is straight out of a movie.

Why it's a great place to stay:

"Brian's place was great. The hot tub and sauna were nice to relax in, the game system was fun, and the place was clean, updated, and perfect for our stay in SLC. Definitely recommend it for anyone looking for a place in SLC." - Guest Review

How much it costs:

$299 per night

How to book it:

Rent this Salt Lake City home on Airbnb here.

2. This charming home in Salt Lake City is warm and welcoming.

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What it features:

This cute little Airbnb is located in the heart of Sugar House and only 5 minutes from downtown. Occupying the 3rd floor of an 1891 Victorian Mansion, the space sleeps up to 4 guests.

Just like the stylish decorations, the view isn't shy either. Guests can enjoy the rooftop deck with a hammock and stunning views of the surrounding area. While inside thoughtful touches and WiFi are all you'll need to feel content.

Why it's a great place to stay:

"Such a cute space! Made a last minute stop in SLC on route to Colorado with my mom and brother and the three of us enjoyed the space for the night. Close to a few stores and a nice coffee shop.The patio with turf was awesome and all the quirky details in the house made for great pictures! There’s even some great views from the trees on the balcony of the mountains. All together a great spot for a stay!" - Guest Review

How much it costs:

$126 per night

How to book it:

Rent this Salt Lake City home on Airbnb here.

3. This designer style Salt Lake City home was featured in the New York Times.

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What it features:

This Airbnb is all about presentation! Equipped with beautiful furnishings and careful decorating, this space is inviting and comfortable. Guests are encouraged to sit back on an original Eames lounge chair and listen to the vintage Magnavox record and music player.

With 3 bedrooms, this house can sleep up to 6 guests. When you're not sleeping or enjoying the space, walk to Salt Lake City's stunning downtown. Or, make a 30-45 minute drive to the ski resorts and Park City.

Why it's a great place to stay:

"We stayed here for a month and loved every minute of it. The location was perfectly located in the beautiful Marmalade neighborhood. Steps from the action in downtown, close to the freeway, yet still on a charming and quiet street. Adrian was friendly and helpful and his home is gorgeous, modern and comfortable. We’ll be staying here every time we’re in town." - Guest Review

How much it costs:

$279 per night

How to book it:

Rent this Salt Lake City home on Airbnb here.

4. This modern townhouse in Salt Lake City offers unbeatable views from its rooftop deck.

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What it features:

This Airbnb features a rooftop deck that capitalizes on those stunning Utah views. Not to mention, the spacious backyard has both a hot tub and a sauna. Inside is a professional kitchen, modern furnishings, and 4 large flat screen TVs mounted throughout the home.

With 6 beds sleeping up to 11 guests, it's ideal for big groups and family getaways. There's plenty of space for guests to spread out and enjoy the perks of this townhome. Plus, it's walking distance to everything, including TRAX and various hip bars and restaurants.

Why it's a great place to stay:

"I recommend this beautiful modern place. The hot tub is great. Immaculately clean. Large enough for a family of six. Modern features. Great location, close to grocery stores. Quiet street. Very relaxing place." - Guest Review

What it costs:

$250 per night

How to book it:

Rent this Salt Lake City townhouse on Airbnb here.

5. This Salt Lake City home is both sophisticated and comfortable.

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What it features:

This freshly remodeled home was created with entertainment in mind. With 2 bedrooms sleeping up to 6 guests, spread out with your partner or invite the family to join.

The open kitchen, concrete countertops, and Edison pendant lights complete the aesthetic in this fully stocked Airbnb. Not to mention, it's walking distance from many sought-after stores and restaurants. A perfect spot to relax during a ski trip or just to enjoy Salt Lake City!

Why it's a great place to stay:

"This was the perfect stay for our family ski trip. We spent almost a full week and enjoyed the cozy living room, well stocked kitchen and quiet evenings after a long day of skiing in Park City. Jason was a thoughtful host and we highly recommend this spot for anyone wanting to take in SLC or the many wonderful areas nearby." - Guest Review

How much it costs:

$147 per night

How to book it:

Rent this Salt Lake City home on Airbnb here.