This is What a $5,000 Per Night Estes Park AirBnb Looks Like
The million-dollar views of Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park bring people from all around the world to our wonderful state. Sometimes million dollar views can come with a hefty price tag. One Airbnb in the town of Estes Park will cost you $5,000 per night to live out your mountain lifestyle vacation.
Aspen Falls is not just one log cabin, but a total of five log cabins located on nearly 30 acres of land. The Airbnb property can house up to a maximum of 28 people. When you calculate the cost of $5,000 per night for the property between the 28 guests, the cost seems rather reasonable at $178.57 per guest.
The main home has a total of four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. The remaining four cabins offer:
- Cabin 1 - One queen bed and one bathroom
- Cabin 2 - Duplex style with a total of six bedrooms, four bathrooms, and two sofa couches.
- Cabin 3 - One queen pullout couch, one bathroom, and a small kitchen.
- Cabin 4 - One King bed, one pullout couch, one bathroom, and a small kitchen.
Guests at Aspen Falls will have access to the main home and all four cabins, plus the clubhouse. On the grounds, there is a playground for the kids to play and a shuffleboard court for a little competition between friends and family. Cabins one, three, and four are not available from October through April.
Summer pricing on Aspen Falls Airbnb is $4,000 to $5,000. Winter Pricing is more affordable at $2,000 to $3,500. If you are looking to have a large family gathering in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Aspen Falls Airbnb may just be the perfect location for you. Check out the photos of the Aspen Falls Airbnb.
If you are interested in the Aspen Falls Airbnb, you can see the full listing HERE.