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12 Amazing Cabins in Colorado with Hot Tubs

by Holly Riddle
Updated September 24, 2021

Tranquil Cabins in Colorado with Hot Tubs
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For outdoor adventurers and luxury travelers alike, Colorado offers a stunning variety of things to do year-round.

The state is a great destination for couples, families, and groups of friends with differing travel preferences. Mom and the kids can hit the slopes while dad does some winter hiking, or groups of friends can split up while some go mountain biking and some check out cool ghost towns. But no matter what, everyone will be interested in the same type of lodging in Colorado: a cabin with a hot tub.

Whether you’re hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park in the summer or skiing at the resorts of Vail and Breckenridge in the winter, check out these 12 Colorado cabin rentals with hot tubs for the perfect mixture of luxury living and relaxation.

Related read: 10 Best Hikes in Colorado for Getting Out into Nature

1. Alpine Chalet

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Why you should stay: Ample space in a great location near CO’s best skiing.

  • Location: Vail
  • Sleeps: 12
  • Minimum stay: 5 nights
  • Rates from: $450/night

This chalet is far from your average log cabin. In fact, it’s so far removed from what you probably think of as a traditional log cabin that you’ll be hard pressed to even spot a log inside at all. Instead, expect an elegant stone fireplace, granite countertops in the kitchen, a huge pantry, carpet in all the bedrooms, and a marble bathroom with a giant soaking tub. The decor choices speak to a high level of luxury, which continues outside, where you’ll find a secluded hot tub with views of the mountains.

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2. Charming A-Frame

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Why you should stay: Hip A-frame with a big hot tub, sauna, and lots of outdoor space.

  • Location: Saint Mary’s
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 5 nights
  • Rates from: $205/night

If you don’t necessarily need a lot of space in your Colorado cabin rental and have a small group, you may have difficulties finding a lux rental that isn’t way too big. But that’s not the case with this charming A-frame cabin that comes with its own sauna. On the bottom floor, you’ll enjoy just enough space for a small dining area, galley kitchen, and living space with views of the mountains. Outside, you’ll find the hot tub and an upstairs outdoor loft with a plush bed. It all comes together for a totally stylish (and almost bohemian) effect.

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3. Mountain Star Lodge

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Why you should stay: High-end rustic-themed cabin with a pool table, hot tub and more.

  • Location: Pagosa Springs
  • Sleeps: 10
  • Minimum stay: 3 nights
  • Rates from: $603/night

For a classic mountain cabin with a hot tub in Colorado, no need to scroll any further. Mountain Star Lodge delivers exactly that for you and nine of your closest friends. From the wood-beam walls in the living room decked out with vintage snowshoes and skis to the stone fireplace and the log-frame beds, every detail fully immerses you in the classic cabin experience. Relax in either the indoor soaking tub with forest views, or in the covered hot tub with views of Pagosa Peak.

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4. Blue River Lodge

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Why you should stay: Custom cabin in the heart of Colorado ski country.

  • Location: Summit County
  • Sleeps: 12
  • Minimum stay: 5 nights
  • Rates from: $400/night

Blue River Lodge is unlike any cabin you’ve stayed in before, primarily because it was custom-built to create a unique experience that seamlessly blends luxury with log cabin vibes. While this cabin may look typical at first glance, look a little harder and you’ll spot everything that makes it special, from the Edison bulb light fixtures and ski lift seating to ski trail signage on the walls and a copper clawfoot tub. There are near-endless things to love about this cabin, not least of which are the hot tub and sauna.

It has a surprisingly affordable starting price of all the Colorado cabins with hot tubs, especially considering the extra perks like a pool table and several pairs of snowshoes.

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5. Barn-Style Mountain Chalet

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Why you should stay: Classic cabin living near Colorado Springs’ best outdoor recreation.

  • Location: Divide
  • Sleeps: 8
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $242/night

This cabin feels more like a rustic barn converted into a bed and breakfast, but that’s just what makes it so special. Just outside Pike National Forest, the Barn-Style Mountain Chalet gives you easy access to all of the forest’s outdoor activities.

But if you do choose to stick around the chalet for the duration of your trip, you certainly won’t be lacking in things to do. Cozy up to the wood-burning fireplace with a book, watch the rolling hills for wildlife from the hot tub, cook up something tasty in the gourmet kitchen, or build some s’mores in the outdoor fire bowl.

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6. Secluded Cabin on the Lake

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Why you should stay: Roomy lakeview cabin loaded with games and amenities.

  • Location: Grand Lake
  • Sleeps: 10
  • Minimum stay: 3 nights
  • Rates from: $295/night

This private cabin sits up a long gravel drive surrounded by evergreens. Whether you stay for just a weekend or the whole week, you’ll enjoy this secluded spot as you take in some of the best views in Grand Lake, Colorado. From the cabin’s deck, you’ll have views of the mountains and the shoreline of the very close Grand Lake. The cabin is filled with fun amenities, too, including a ping pong table, board games, video game systems, sleds, a shuffleboard table, and even ice skates in various sizes.

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7. Mountainside Creede Cabin

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Why you should stay: Small home, big views.

  • Location: Creede
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Minimum stay: 3 nights
  • Rates from: $222/night

This cabin may look small – and at only 768 square feet, it is – but it packs a big impact thanks to its views. On the mountainside, looking like someone literally carved out a spot just big enough for this lone cabin, it boasts magnificent panoramas of the valley below and mountains beyond. If you can tear yourself away from the deck (with its hot tub, grill, and fire bowl), you’ll find a cozy, comfortable interior with living space and sleeping areas just big enough for a few friends or a small family.

This is one of the few dog-friendly Colorado cabins with hot tubs, but the fee is a little steep at $150.

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8. Log Cabin on the River

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Why you should stay: Outdoor fun on the river in an under-visited Colorado county.

  • Location: Gilpin County
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $342/night

Nature? Check. Cute log cabin? You got it. Waterfront locale? Not always easy, but, with this cabin, you’ve got that, too. This log cabin in the woods sits next to a rushing river, ensuring you’ll never want to head indoors. Of course, the other outdoor amenities will help justify spending all your time outside, too, with Adirondack-style seating, lawn games, a fire bowl, and a hot tub. If you do head inside, you’ll find an array of potentially helpful amenities there, including a small workout area and a work nook, in case those emails just can’t wait.

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9. Alpenglow Cabin

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Why you should stay: A modern basecamp for crushing the nearby 14’ers.

  • Location: Twin Lakes
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Minimum stay: 3 nights
  • Rates from: $327/night

You’re far from roughing it when you stay in this cabin. The modern aesthetic incorporates white shiplap, vibrant green plants, camel-colored leather, and brass finishes to create a space more akin to what you might find in a hip hotel than a cabin in the woods. The outdoor space is sure to take your breath away, too, with direct views of Independence Pass. Of course, it’s on this list of Colorado cabins with hot tubs, so you know it delivers on that front, too. But before you jump in for a soak, be sure to warm up your muscles with a stroll along any of the nearby hiking trails.

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10. Creekfront Cabin with Lots of Room

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Why you should stay: Modern barn-style cabin with a private creek and tons of outdoor space.

  • Location: Nathrop
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $600/night

This cabin feels more like a refurbished barn or western ranch than a mountain chalet, which is part of what makes it unique. The creekside property features loads of interesting touches, from the decor to the amenities, including built-in bookshelves in the living room, double ovens in the kitchen to please chefs, and a huge sunroom with windows looking out on the mountains.

Four acres of land offer multiple spots to enjoy the great outdoors, from the stone terrace surrounded by trees to a tiny log cabin strung with fairy lights. Pets are sometimes allowed with pre-approval.

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11. Mountain Home Mansion

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Why you should stay: Cabin on the outside, elegant modern home on the inside (oh, and it’s in Breck.)

  • Location: Breckenridge
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $302/night

This mountain home may look like a cabin on the outside, but on the inside, it’s all mansion. It’s like you took all the comfort and convenience of a large, suburban home and plopped it right in the middle of beautiful Breckenridge. You’ll have easy access to skiing, and when you come home, you can hang out in the game room or jump in the roomy hot tub on the deck.

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12. The River’s Edge Cabin

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Why you should stay: Southwestern Colorado escape near Durango.

  • Location: Durango
  • Sleeps: 9
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $486/night

This cabin offers plenty of room for you to stretch your legs and enjoy some fresh air. With a huge yard, a babbling river that’s just waiting for you to wade in, and plenty of places to watch the sunset (or stars), there’s hardly any reason to go indoors when staying at The River’s Edge Cabin. Of course, if you do go inside, you’ll find lots to love there as well, including a large living room with a fireplace, a kitchen with bar seating and ample room for the entire family to spread out.

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