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Vacation rentals in Durango

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Condo in Durango
Sleek, Modern Studio in the heart of downtown.
This sleek, modern studio is located in the heart of downtown Durango. Clean and comfortable with a full kitchen (microwave, dishwasher, stove/oven), access to washer/dryer, closet, an iron and ironing board, AC, TV with WiFi/Netflix. The bathroom has a hair dryer and eco friendly products. Walk just a block for a cup of hot coffee, great shopping or amazing restaurants. You will be sleeping on a queen bed, we also have a plug-in twin air mattress. Permit # LUP 20-165 Bus Lic #202000611
$95 per night
Condo in Durango
Hip In-Town Condo with Pool & Hot Tub
Our home is close to the historic downtown, Fort Lewis College, and a long list of outdoor activities. Enjoy great natural light, a modern kitchen, open floor plan, cozy lofts, vaulted ceilings, and comfy beds. The home is ideal for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, and families. There are hiking and mountain biking trails right outside the house, which lead to stunning views of Durango and the Animas River Valley. Colorado sales and lodging tax account-202000029.
$138 per night
Condo in Durango
Historic Jarvis Condo w Balcony - Downtown Durango
This charming, bright condo with views is in the historical Jarvis building built in 1915. This 3rd floor condo is located in the heart of downtown Durango. Walking distance to restaurants, bars, shopping, grocery, liquor store, Walgreens and the River Trail. The unit has its own parking space, private balcony, secured entry, elevator, coin operated laundry room and common area patio with a BBQ. It is across the street from a bar that tends to be lively in the evenings!
$124 per night

Stay near Durango's top sights

Photo of Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad and Museum
Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad and Museum134 locals recommend
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Steamworks Brewing Company77 locals recommend
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Walmart Supercenter10 locals recommend
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Carver Brewing Co50 locals recommend
GRASSBURGER15 locals recommend
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Serious Texas BBQ South Durango, CO.18 locals recommend

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Best Location in Durango!
$160 per night
Condo in Durango
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$111 per night
Condo in Durango
* Rustic Retreat in town * Pool & Hot Tub *
$194 per night
Condo in Durango
Studio Condo in Historic Downtown Durango
$101 per night
Condo in Durango
Cedar House - Durango condo w/ sauna, hot tub, and pool
$186 per night
Condo in Durango
Lovely 1-bedroom condo downtown Durango
$138 per night
Private room in Durango
Luxurious Queen Room on Trolley Line-Purg 25 Min
$87 per night
Condo in Durango
skyhouse downtown: designer + walkable + spacious
$273 per night
Guest suite in Durango
Riverhouse Rio Grande Studio Suite
$139 per night
Guesthouse in Durango
Honey Hive! Adorable ADU near Durango Hot Springs
$104 per night
Rental unit in Durango
Main Street Retreat (loft) - Downtown Durango
$202 per night
Private room in Durango
Riverhouse Cozy Angel Room w/ Skylight
$100 per night

Your guide to Durango


The Southwest meets Old West in Durango, a former mining town famous for its steam-powered railroad, which is still operational. Tucked into the banks of the Animas River — a whitewater rafters’ dream — and claiming the 1.8 million acre San Juan National Forest as its backyard, Durango draws its fair share of adventurers. But this city is more than its rambunctious side: Downtown Durango, dotted with brewpubs and galleries, is lined with brick buildings erected in the 1800s, including an ornate Victorian hotel and many former saloons. Venture out of town and you’ll find yourself surrounded by important archeological sites, including Mesa Verde National Park, studded with astounding cliff dwellings built by the Ancestral Puebloans, an ancient Native American people who lived here for over 700 years.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Durango?

Durango enjoys temperate summers, with temperatures typically topping out in the high 80s Fahrenheit. Fall is cool and dry, and if you’re staying in one of the area’s cabins during spring, plan ahead for rain showers. It frequently snows in winter, and temperatures then can range from a brisk 50 degrees Fahrenheit to a chillier 10 degrees. As a rule, pack for a variety of temperatures, as Durango’s mountain elevation means that nights tend to be cooler year round.

What are the top things to do in Durango?

San Juan National Forest

This jaw-dropping wilderness encompasses high-desert mesas as well as the staggering alpine peaks of the San Juan Mountains, which feature a handful of imposing fourteeners — mountains at least 14,000 feet tall. With hundreds of miles of trails ideal for hiking and biking, you can choose your own adventure here. For maximum sight-seeing, drive the San Juan Skyway, a breathtaking route that will thread you through mountain passes and historic Western towns and along the Million Dollar Highway, a legendarily gorgeous stretch of road connecting Colorado and New Mexico.

Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad

Travel back in time on this historic coal-powered steam locomotive, which has run continuously since 1881. The train originally transported gold and silver, but now ferries sightseers on a seven-hour loop (with a two-hour stop in the town of Silverton) through postcard-pretty mountains and forests. All manner of accommodations are on offer, from a luxurious Presidential Car to open-air gondola seating, plus one wheelchair-accessible car each day. Check the official website for events throughout the year, such as an annual Cowboy Poetry reading.

Animas River

Durango isn’t stingy about venues for viewing mountain scenery: You can see it from a trail, a train, and a scenic byway, as well as from the 126-mile Animas River, which courses through the middle of Durango. Whitewater rafters of all skill levels seek thrills here, but getting a jolt as you navigate rapids is not the price of admission — more sedate options such as kayaking, tubing, and paddleboarding are available, too. You can rent everything you need at local outfitters, who also offer leisurely tubers a lift back to town at the end of the day.

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