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New York - United States
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Grand Baie - United States
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What to do in Edinburgh in 3 days

What to do in Edinburgh in 3 days

Published 03/24/17 | Travel | Europe

A 3 day break in Edinburgh is just enough time to explore and discover the Scottish capital. Edinburgh is both a modern city and an ancient one – making it a perfect stop for a weekend break! Roomlala has drawn up a quick itinerary to make sure you don’t miss any of Edinburgh’s highlights. Day 1: The Old Town In a city like Edinburgh, centuries worth of history is at your fingertips. Start off your trip with an unmissable visit to Edinburgh Castle. As one of the most popular attractions, it is better to get there early to avoid the queues. If you stick around until after lunch you can hear the famous One o’clock Gun. From there, you can visit the stunning St Giles’ Cathedral or the National War Museum, depending on what takes your fancy! Take a trip down the Royal Mile towards the Palace of Holyrood House and the Scottish Parliament for more of Edinburgh’s exciting history. End the day with a wander round the many restaurants, pubs and shops on the Royal Mile...

What to do in Amsterdam in 3 Days

What to do in Amsterdam in 3 Days

Published 02/15/17 | Travel | Europe

A 3 day break in Amsterdam is ideal to visit and get to know the Dutch capital. Full of charm, the city will delight you with its canals, its vast array of museums and its vibrant nightlife. Roomlala has drawn up a quick itinerary to make sure you don’t miss the best of Amsterdam. Day 1: the city centre and canals Amsterdam is best discovered by foot or, as the locals prefer to travel, by bike. To start off your trip, we suggest a visit to the centre of the city, dropping by The Begijnhof, Dam Square, the Royal Palace and the famous Red Light District, where you’ll meet the rest of the city’s tourists. End your first day in Amsterdam with a walk around the Rembrandtplein. You could also take a boat ride and see the city from its canals. Day 2: park, brunch, boutiques The Vondelpark in Amsterdam is widely known, often called the ‘green lung’ of the city. Take a stroll in the green oasis within the city, from which you can admire the...

6 Criteria to Consider When Choosing a Bed & Breakfast

6 Criteria to Consider When Choosing a Bed & Breakfast

Published 12/28/16 | Accommodation | Bed & Breakfast

Bed & Breakfasts are a great accommodation choice for travellers. By combining conviviality and comfort, this option is attracting more and more holidaymakers each year. To find your perfect accommodation while avoiding any unpleasant surprises, you’ll need to consider certain criteria. Roomlala presents the best way to select a bed & breakfast. Importance of photography Before committing yourself to a rental, it is essential that you take the time to study the accommodation’s photographs. Indeed, a host who puts a lot of care in the quality of their images will almost certainly welcome their guests in the same way. Having quality photos makes it easier for you to judge the state of the accommodation and its level of comfort, provided that there are several of them! Examine the conditions Before definitively choosing your bed & breakfast, you should meticulously browse through all the conditions of the rental. Important critera such as additional services, any additional fees and charges, and the terms of terminating the contract need to be checked. To be sure that you’re make the right decision, don’t...

What to Do in London in 3 Days

What to Do in London in 3 Days

Published 12/09/16 | Travel | Europe

London is a city known for its history, its fashion, and its culture. It's a vibrant city that is packed with historic monuments, lovely parks and lively pubs which create a unique British charm. If you're lucky enough to be visiting this beautiful city, then we've prepared a guide on how to see London in 3 days. 1st Day in London: The main attractions London is a fascinating city, because not only is it rich with history and culture, it's also one of the most diverse and modern cities in the world. This unique mix of both modern and historic attractions has made London a popular tourist destination for people around the world. On the first day of your trip to London, you should visit the main historical tourist attractions in the city. Some of which include, the House of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, and the iconic Big Ben, situated at the heart of Westminster and close to St. James's Park. After, you can get some lunch at Borough Market, and then take a visit to...

How to Facilitate Your Tenant’s Rent Payments

How to Facilitate Your Tenant’s Rent Payments

Published 11/28/16 | Landlords | Tips for landlords

When leasing your place out to someone, receiving your rent payments can be a monthly source of stress for both you and your tenant. Fortunately, there are different ways in which you, the landlord, can facilitate your tenants’ rent payments each month. Solution 1: Paying online through Roomlala Roomlala offers more than 40,000 places to rent, including flatshares and homestays in the UK, Europe, US, Australia, and New Zealand. With years of experience in this field, our payment system has evolved to make it as easy as possible to transfer money from the tenant to the landlord. In cases when the tenant is renting for a longer period of time, the tenant can now pay up to 3 months’ rent online via Roomlala's website. This is greatly beneficial for the landlord as they don't have to worry about when they will be receiving rent payments. It’s equally beneficial for the tenant as this is a quick and easy process; all it takes is a few clicks on our website! We guarantee a secure platform for online...

The Collaborative Economy is Initially Used by Early Adopters

The Collaborative Economy is Initially Used by Early Adopters

Published 11/16/16 | News | Collaborative consumption

While online services from the collaborative economy become more and more popular with consumers, a study shows that their main users are primarily "Early Adopters ". Whether in the field of transport with Uber, finance with Kickstarter, or leasing with our service, Roomlala, it’s possible to find users with the same type of profiles, well ahead of the rest of the world. A lack of awareness among the general public Collaborative consumption is becoming increasingly popular month after month, regularly appearing on front pages and headlines of the news. Despite this, almost 3 out of 4 consumers state that they have never heard of the term ‘collaborative economy’, and cannot provide any examples of collaborative services. This was the assessment made from a study published by the Pew Research Centre. Conducted in December 2015 with more than 4,500 American consumers, the study shows that only 20% of them have used a service of this type. The general public are therefore still slow to adopt collaborative consumption, despite the potential savings and ease of use. Acclaimed services by “early adopters...

 

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