What is Short Stay?

In today’s rapidly changing world, flexibility in housing has become increasingly important. This has led to the rise of ‘short stay’ as a popular option for both travelers and temporary residents. But what exactly does short stay entail? In this blog, we dive into the world of short stay accommodations and explore the benefits and possibilities it offers.

What is short stay?

Short stay refers to the temporary rental of furnished living spaces for a short period, usually ranging from four days to several months. This form of stay is ideal for business travelers, expats, students, or tourists who need a comfortable living space for a limited time, equipped with all conveniences.

Features of short stay accommodations:

  • Furnished properties: Short stay accommodations are fully furnished and upholstered, meaning they provide all essential amenities such as furniture, a kitchen, linen, and often also the necessary kitchen/cleaning inventory.
  • Flexibility: Tenants have the flexibility to rent for a short period, without the commitment of a long-term lease.
  • Comfort: Short stay accommodations are designed to provide a homey feeling, with facilities such as Wi-Fi, television, and sometimes even additional services like cleaning services.

Benefits of short stay

  • Convenience: Ideal for people temporarily staying in a city for work, study, or vacation.
  • No long-term commitments: Short stay offers a solution without the long-term commitments of traditional rental contracts.
  • All-inclusive living: Often, all utilities and services are included in the rent price.

Who is short stay suitable for?

Short stay is particularly suitable for:

  • Business travelers staying in a city for a short project.
  • Expats looking for temporary housing before settling permanently.
  • Students spending a semester or academic year abroad.
  • Tourists wanting to experience a city like a local resident.
  • Temporarily uninhabitable housing due to renovation, fire, leakage, etc.