Airbnb Ogden: 8 unique places to stay during your visit to O-town

airbnbOgden is an  amazing place to visit all year-long with hiking and river sports in the summer and skiing and snow fun in the winter. When visiting Ogden  you have quite a few resorts and hotels to choose from but if you really want to get the Ogden experience, Airbnb is where it’s at. Stay in a Historic home or a quirky apartment and for cheaper than a nights stay at a hotel.  Check out these 8 places I found that would make a perfect getaway for any O-town visitor.

Be sure to check our Visitors Guide To Ogden!

1. Royal Eccles Home

Royal Eccles Home in Ogden

This Historic home is located in the Eccles Historic District  near downtown Ogden.  This home boasts a cinema room, billiards table, wi-fi, jacuzzi as well as smart TVs  in every bedroom. Breakfast, shampoo and essentials are included all for only $125 a night.

2. Coffee House Cottage

The Coffee House Cottage in Ogden

What better place to stay than in a cafe? Ok, this apartment is connected to the cafe not inside it but you will still be waking up to fresh coffee courtesy of cafe owners Nick and Lance.  This cozy place had amazing views of the mountains, is walking distance to local trails and will only cost you $99 a night.

3. Ski Utah Home

So. Ogden Bed Bathroom Ski Utah  in Ogden

This Ski Utah Home is a luxurious stay and at only $65 a night, it’s a steal! If you are visiting Ogden to ski and enjoy our many winter sports, this is the place for you. This home is close to mountain resorts and there are breakfast accommodations for guests.

4. Grand Home, Grand Adventure

Grand Home for Your Adventure   4BR in Ogden

If you are traveling with a family and don’t want to be limited by a hotel room then you might want to book this home.  This 4 bedroom bungalow is just $150 a night and can accommodate up to 9 people. The short distance to  downtown and resort access are perks but if you want to stay in there are board games in house and the backyard has a fire pit with lots of space for kids to run around.

5. Clarence Charles Hetzel House

Clarence Charles Hetzel House in Ogden

This lovely Arts and Crafts Bungalow was built by famed Ogden Architect Eber Piers in 1908 for the one and only Ear, Nose and Throat Doctor in Ogden at the time.  The Clarence Charles Hetzel House is perfect for those that appreciate old homes and it can accommodate a group of up to 6 and dogs as well! A stay in this home will cost just $141 a night.

6. The Ogden Historic

Ogden Historic Mansion in Ogden

If you are having a large event with our of towners coming to stay, this would be the perfect spot to house your guests. This 1911 home can accommodate up to 16+ people and has a fully stocked kitchen, private patio, BBQ grill, hot tub, in home gym and a pool table. This home costs only $250 a night and if you fill up all 16 spots, that’s just $16 a person!

7. La Casa on 26th

La Casa on 26th St in Ogden

At La Casa on 26th you will have a bedroom with private access along with several beautiful outdoor seating arrangements. The home is located just a few blocks from trail access and right across the street from a local cafe. At only $75 a night that leaves a lot of wiggle room to enjoy Ogden.

8.Pinball paradise

Fun Relaxation   The Great Outdoors in Layton

Technically this home is located in Layton but I could not resist including this home because of its unique amenities.  For $88 a night you will get a private bedroom with access to the hot tub, theater room  and best of all a game room that includes  a pool table  and 6 pinball machines!


Mikaela is a transplant from Portland, fell in love with Ogden her first day in town and created Indie Ogden the next week. She enjoys outdoor adventures with her 2 kiddos and making a mess crafting. You can find her at a local cafe or cycling around town with her family.