Are you interested in knowing more about renting in Copenhagen, then read more about this subject in this brief article. Short term rental in Copenhagen for visitors is widely available where you are able to rent apartments for as short time as a few days and up to a month.
Apartment renting in Copenhagen
If you are going to Copenhagen for a short period of time, then renting an apartment while you are there can be a great alternative to staying in a hotel. Renting your own apartment gives you the comfort of a homely feeling, which can be exactly what you need after a joyous, but also long day out in the city.
Who is apartment renting in Copenhagen suitable for?
Apartment renting in Copenhagen is particularly suitable for groups and families that need and want some extra comfort, when they return home after a long day out. For single travelers, then you might be better suited staying in one of Copenhagen’s many hotels, hostels or bed and breakfast places, because the better chances of meeting new people and striking up conversations there.
Booking an apartment
Apartment renting in Copenhagen is offered by various online agencies. Through these online agencies, you are able to see pictures of the apartments and get a description of the utilities in the apartments. These apartments belong to ‘real’ people and are therefore both homely and fully furnished. This of course also usually includes kitchen facilities, refrigerator, freezer, stove, oven and such like.
These apartments are for short term rental only. The minimum stay is usually at least a couple of days whereas the maximum stay is usually not more than 1 month.
Booking can in many cases happen directly through the agency’s website. Sometimes the booking needs to be verified with the owner in which case it will take a short while before you know if your booking has been successful.
When you do the booking, you will often also be required to pay a deposit. Also, always remember to book your apartment before you arrive to Copenhagen.
When you arrive in Copenhagen, you will need to meet with either the owner or the agency, who will then hand you over the key to the apartment. If there is any outstanding payment, this will usually also be concluded at this time. Then when you leave Copenhagen, you will then hand the key back over to either the agency or the owner.