Amsterdam is a major European tourist and business destination and has a large variety of short term accommodation to suit every budget. Most short term rental apartments here are boutique independent properties that quality three star hotels and more basic budget inns.
Many travelers believe that staying in an apartment while visiting Amsterdam can save them money, as an apartment often accommodates more guests than a hotel room and can save you money as you can prepare some meals at home. Besides being a more economical option, staying in an apartment will give you the sense of living in Amsterdam instead of just visiting.
How to Rent an Apartment in Amsterdam?
If you're interested in short-term apartment rentals in Amsterdam, consider booking your apartment online with websites that offer short-term rental apartments in Amsterdam. Renting your apartment through an online travel agency is a lot more comfortable than any other way, as it takes only minutes and you always have a travel agent specialized in that field to help you out in case you need something or have some questions.
Ginosi.com offers Amsterdam rental apartments with very affordable prices and in nice, central locations. What’s more important, the vacation rentals listed on Ginosi.com are owned and managed by it, which enables the company to offer affordable rates, as well as frees the booker from additional hustle and bustle with third-party accommodation owners.
Due to being compact and central Amsterdam has a slight housing shortage compared to many other large cities, and this is especially true about the central areas. Amsterdam is also a famous year-round city break destination - so it is highly recommended that you book your apartment ahead.
Best Locations in Amsterdam to Rent an Apartment
Some of the best locations to rent an apartment in Amsterdam are the Amsterdam centre, the Museum Quarter, Amsterdam south, including De Pijp and Rivierenbuurt. Those are very desirable areas to live in terms of sightseeing, shopping and dining out. Amsterdam West and Oost (east) are a little more run down but still close enough to the centre on foot, by bike or tram.