Where to Find Short Term Furnished Rentals in Denver

by Paul Joseph  |  Updated December 4, 2023

Finding somewhere to stay in Denver for anything from a few days to several months can be made a whole lot easier if you know where to look.

A pedestrianised street in Denver (Photo: Nicolas Henderson via Flickr / CC BY 2.0 DEED)

As a major metropolis, the Colorado capital caters for visitors with a wide choice of accommodation options across the city – including a large number of homes and apartments available for short term lease. And if you’d rather avoid the expense and hassle of kitting out your short let with furniture, many properties also come fully furnished. Here are three reputable online resources for finding short term rentals in Denver.


One of the world’s biggest and best known hotel booking platforms, also list a large number of short let apartments available as weekly rentals. When we searched for short term apartment rentals and homes in Denver across several different dates, we found almost 90 available properties dotted across the city, with prices starting at $666 per week for a one-bed apartment in Denver’s River North Art District, less than two miles from downtown. All bookings via the platform come with a Best Price Guarantee and there’s also a comprehensive reviews section featuring feedback from previous guests on all listed properties.


Founded in 2013, Blueground provide furnished apartment rentals with flexible leases for stays of 30 days or more. Their professionally-managed, turnkey properties include everything from studios to multi-bedroom apartments, and they are particularly known for their more high-end options. Stays of more than a month can result in large savings, as the longer your booking, the cheaper the nightly rate. During our online search for Denver properties we found rates starting from $1,270 per month for a one-bed apartment in the city’s western suburbs. Overall the company lists 65 available apartments in and around Denver, with most clustered around the central district. Booking is simple and intuitive, and there’s also a 24-hour support service accessed via a guest app. You can also save on your total by paying upfront.


Offering studios, lofts, hotel rooms, and apartments in cities around the world, Sonder have an impressive portfolio of short term apartment rentals – with attractive discounts of up to 27% off for rentals of more than 7 nights and 33% for stays of a fortnight or longer. Sonder provide many of the benefits of a hotel but without the cost, such as access to concierge services, contactless check-in, and 24/7 maintenance. Additionally, unlike most competitors, they professionally run all of their inventory, so you never have to deal with a middleman. When we looked for weekly rentals in Denver, we found prices starting at $525 per week for a studio apartment in the city’s buzzing LoHi neighbourhood.