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Highlights Colorado Springs

  • Beautiful scenery
  • Historic architecture and neighborhoods
  • Art and crafts markets
  • Hiking trails and rafting routes
  • Excellent golf courses
  • Easily accessible by air and road

Best Vacation Rentals in Colorado Springs

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Colorado Springs, El Paso County (co)
Vacation Rental • 1001 ft² • 1 Bedroom
(3 reviews)
Enjoy coffee in the morning with great mountain views from the front porch.Cute little bike themed cottage close to paved bike trails and natural areas with single track! A handy bicycle stand with tools makes this a very bicycle friendly home.Home sits on a central location with an easy walk to shops and restaurants in Old Colorado City and short drive (less than 20 minutes) to main attractions like Garden of the Gods, Manitou Springs, and others.The Space:The nearby bike trails direct you to Red Rocks Canyon, downtown Colorado Springs or the world famous Garden of the Gods. Don't forget o...
from $97 / night
Colorado Springs, El Paso County (co)
Vacation Rental • 2637 ft² • 3 Bedrooms
(10 reviews)
Enjoy staying in this quiet neighborhood lounging on the deck or staying warm and cozy next to the wood burning fireplace.Gather around the kitchen area with plenty of seating for a family dinner.Plenty of room throughout the home and in the basement for kids to play. Walk to Quail Lake park where kids can enjoy a playground, watch ducks, fish for trout, paddleboard or enjoy the mile trail with beautiful Rocky Mountain views in the background over the lake.The Space:Suburban Colorado Springs Perfection. This 3 bedroom, 3 bath home sits on the southwest side of Colorado Springs with easy acc...
from $164 / night
Colorado Springs, El Paso County (co)
Vacation Rental • 3014 ft² • 5 Bedrooms
(9 reviews)
Gather and cook meals in the renovated kitchen and enjoy dining al fresco under the massive tree in the backyard.Plenty of room to spread, relax and sleep comfy in high end beds and pillows.Hot tub and fire pit in backyard are the ultimate escape on chilly nights.Built in 1895, this classic Victorian home is just a few blocks north of Downtown Colorado Springs and only two blocks east of Colorado College—the Springs' own classic liberal arts institution.The Space:The Victorian Charm Offering space, timeless charm, a hot-tub and near-urban convenience, this 5-bedroom, 2.5 bath home might be ...
from $184 / night

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Prices and availability

Vacation rental prices Colorado Springs

$373for 11 Feb - 18 Feb
$466 annual average
Average price per week

Vacation rentals availability Colorado Springs

66%for 11 Feb - 18 Feb
58% annual average
Percentage of available rentals

Colorado Springs Vacation Rentals

Downtown Cottages in a Stunning Mountain Resort

Some of the finest vacation rental options in the Colorado Springs area are in the heart of the city itself. You can stay in quaint vacation villas in liberal Manitou, find luxurious mansions in Broadmoor or a holiday rental near the historic storefronts of Old Colorado City – and be close to the bars, restaurants and galleries.

Find a Mountain Haven for Your Family

However, there’s another side to the vacation home possibilities in Colorado Springs. Instead of staying in town, why not look at the hundreds of cottages and cabins in the Front Range? Be near the Garden of the Gods or at the foot of Pike’s Peak, and wake up to stunning vistas across the valley.

Vacationing in Colorado Springs

One of America’s Favorite Mountain Getaways

Colorado Springs is located in central Colorado, around 100 miles south of Denver. It has its own regional airport, which provides connections to cities like Las Vegas, Chicago and Dallas, and is linked to the state capital via I-25 as well, so getting to the resort should be hassle free. There’s also a Greyhound station on S Weber St, which could be handy for budget travelers.

A Sprawling Collection of Diverse Neighborhoods

The city itself is set in a valley, overlooked by Pike’s Peak and Cheyenne Mountain, and has an elevation of 6,000 feet (so take warm clothing for the evenings). The population of 440,000 is spread out fairly thinly across the valley, and you’ll find a range of different areas. For instance, Manitou is known for its bohemian scene, while Broadmoor is an upscale 1920s neighborhood, and Old Colorado City offers plenty of boutiques and historic rental home options.

Choose the Right Transport for your Needs

When you visit Colorado Springs, think about how you will get around. The city has a good public transit system, and ordinary rental cars will also do fine, but if you intend to explore the Rockies, then a 4x4 could be the way to go (especially in winter).

Garden of the Gods Public Park
Garden of the Gods Public Park


1. A Wonderful Destination for Hikers and Climbers

The countryside around Colorado Springs is famous for its natural beauty, with nationally important sights like the Garden of the Gods within a few miles of the city center. If you love to get out on the trail, there’s no better destination.

2. An Atmospheric Historic Destination

Colorado Springs has retained its frontier town feel by restoring the Old Town, which is now a magical slice of historic Americana. Visit authentic saloons, buy western souvenirs and dine on Colorado beef at the area’s excellent restaurants.

3. A Great Cultural Destination

Art is a big deal in Colorado Springs. The city has a superb Fine Arts Center, Colorado Avenue is studded with high-quality galleries showcasing local talents, and areas like Manitou regularly host lively craft markets during the summer.

Peanuts creator Charles Schulz lived in Colorado Springs, and named his characters Linus and Lucy Van Pelt after two eccentric neighbors.

Top 5 things to do in Colorado Springs

1. Visit the Garden of the Gods

The area’s star attraction, the Garden of the Gods is a national landmark, made up of tens of dramatic red rock formations. It’s a mystical place, which has drawn pilgrims for thousands of years, and still has a unique power.

2. Go Rafting on the Arkansas River

As it passes near Colorado Springs, the Arkansas River has created a series of incredible gorges, with rapids and fast-flowing waters – and there’s no shortage of rafting companies waiting to show you how exciting they can be.

3. Take a Brewery Tour

Back in town, Colorado Springs is famous for its beer. The best way to sample the best brews is via a brewery tour which will take in local favorites like Phantom Canyon, Red Leg and Great Storm.

4. See the Museum of Fine Arts

Built in the 1930s, the Fine Arts Center is one of the best galleries in the American West, and a vibrant theater and dance venue too. If you know your O’Keefe from your Ansel Adams, it’s a must-see attraction.

5. Climb Pike’s Peak

Rising 7,400 feet above Colorado Springs, Pike’s Peak is inescapable. It’s a demanding climb, but there’s also a cog railway and a highway to the top, where the views are sublime.

Garden of the Gods Rock Formation
Garden of the Gods Rock Formation

Useful Information


Colorado Springs has a fairly extreme range of temperatures throughout the year thanks to its mid-continental and high-altitude location. Summer days generally top 80 degrees, while during winter, temperatures generally plummet into the 30s or 40s, so pack accordingly.

When to travel

Generally, locals recommend traveling in spring and fall, when mild weather combines with smaller crowds. Spring is also the best time to go if you are a rafting fanatic, with the spring melt quickening the river waters, which may be worth bearing in mind.


Colorado Springs doesn’t have any marquee music or arts festivals, but it does have a constant stream of smaller events, like December’s Festival of Lights and the Summer Music Festival, as well as weekly Art Walks and Downtown food events. It’s more of a place to visit, relax and unwind – with hiking, shopping, golf, and rafting, and it makes sense to book your favorite activities in advance.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Colorado Springs

What is the average price for vacation rentals in Colorado Springs?

Colorado Springs is one of the cheapest cities in the USA. For a stay here you pay around $346 per night.

During which months can you find the best price for vacation rentals in Colorado Springs?

Travelers who want to save as much as possible travel to Colorado Springs in February, April, or May, which are the months that offer the most discount, with average prices of $298, $306, and $313 per night, respectively, based on the previous year.

During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Colorado Springs?

Following the data observed last year, costs per night for accommodation here are usually higher, on average, during the months of September ($386), July ($385), and November ($377).

Are there usually many vacation rentals available in Colorado Springs?

If you decide to put Colorado Springs on your bucket list, we recommend organizing your visit well in advance because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average of 81% of rentals booked the previous year.

When are more vacation rentals available?

The months that offer the most accommodation options are, on average, January (with an availability of 31%), June (25%), and February (24%), according to the trends observed in the prior year.

How many vacation rentals does Holidu have in Colorado Springs?

In Colorado Springs we work with 3 different providers to give you a choice of 800 properties, so you will not be short of options!

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