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Historic Baker TownhomeCome stay in a charming historic row home in Denver’s incredible Baker neighborhood! You can't beat this location with restaurants, bars, coffee shops, dispensaries, retail stores, and more all in walking distance. My place is the corner unit of a protected historic building built in 1900 that’s been completely renovated for the ideal blend of historic charm and modern convenience. Parking is street only but permit required on my block with a free guest pass available for your stay.
Beautiful guest house in Wash ParkThis lovely, recently renovated room and ensuite bath is detached from the main house, so you can enjoy privacy and quiet in Wash Park. Steps away from charming restaurants, bars, and shops on South Broadway. Welcome!
Tiny Urban OverlookThe Tiny Urban Overlook is the culmination of 6 years of dreams. Completed in 2021, our tiny oasis is eco- and community-friendly and full of the amenities you need whilst away from home. From the lofted sleeping area, with a view of downtown Denver and a skylight to see the stars, to the thoughtfully curated local touches, to the easy access to both downtown and the mountains, we know you'll have a delightful stay and be back to visit again!
Get advice about the city from the people who know it best. Local hosts share their tips and recommendations for travelers like you.
“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.”
“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.”
“Bring lots of layers! The weather in denver can change quickly and gets cool in the evening.”
“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!”
“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”
“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!”
“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.”
“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!”
“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.”