3 Great @Roomorama Stays for Europe’s Christmas Markets.

By Posted in - Europe & Roomorama on November 28th, 2012 A penthouse view from Munich, Germany.

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Ah, it’s that time of year again, and here at Beers and Beans we couldn’t be happier that Christmas is less than a month away.

Lately, we’ve been talking a lot about visiting the Christmas Markets in Europe, so I figured I take it a step further and pick out three Roomorama apartment rentals that would be perfect for this holiday season.

Penthouse in Central Munich | $97/night (2 guests)

A penthouse view from Munich, Germany.

In a city that boasts more than a dozen Christmas Markets, this penthouse apartment in the Neuhausen neighborhood makes a great base for a holiday retreat. This fully-furnished apartment is on the top (6th) floor (it has an elevator) and features a 30 sqm living room, large double bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and a roof-terrace. Additionally, the apartment is less than 5 minutes from the subway station and is outfitted with WiFi.

Brussels:  | $232/night (6 guests)

Now I know this may be out of a lot of our price ranges, but stick with me for a second. Honestly, I love the look of this townhouse. The only thing that gets me more excited about a space than a patio with a view (see above), is a room full of windows that lets in a tremendous about of light even on the haziest winter’s day. With that said, Beth and I probably wouldn’t stay here, unless we were traveling with our families. Why? Because this place is huge! The WiFi equipped townhouse is three floors and contains four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two kitchens, a garden (just for good measure).  Honestly, if you are traveling to Brussels with your family or friends, I think this centrally located rental, which is close two main metro lines:  Montgommery, Petillon, is an incredible value.

Copenhagen: Central location – Greatest View | $104/per night (2 guests)

Copenhagen living room apartment in central city.

I love the style and look of this apartment located in the Nørrebro area, which is full of historical locations, gourmet restaurants, antique shops and fashion boutiques. According to the host, the neighborhood is a great for walks and bike rides to Copenhagen Lakes as well the Forum, City Hall and Frederiksberg. This classical Danish apartment comes with a  lot of great amenities in addition to its fantastic view. Some of its features include: a large bathroom with underfloor heating, heated towel rail, separated shower niche and washing machine; a stylish kitchen with the oven, microwave oven, dishwasher and, my favorite, some beers in the fridge; a spacious bedroom with the double bed and opportunity for an extra bed (baby cot is possible as well); and a comfortable dinning room with Nørrebro’s best view.

 Where will you be spending the holidays this year?


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  • Andi of My Beautiful Adventures -

    December 1, 2012 at 11:59 am

    These all look amaaaazing!

    • Randy -

      December 3, 2012 at 3:26 pm

      @Andi of My Beautiful Adventures, I know, right!? While I’m excited to be home for the holidays, staying in one of these places would have made been away for Christmas a little easier. 🙂

  • Jennifer -

    December 1, 2012 at 2:27 pm

    Great picks! We haven’t been to Denmark yet but we’ll have to keep this apartment in mind when we do head there.

    We’ll be spending the holidays in Iceland this year and can’t wait!

    • Randy -

      December 3, 2012 at 3:31 pm

      @Jennifer, First off, I’m very jealous (and happy) that you guys will be in Iceland for the holiday. That is going to be amazing.
      Secondly, I really got a good vibe from the host on the Denmark apartment. After staying in quiet a few apartments over the last year, I feel I’ve developed a pretty keen sense for short term rental hosts who get it. If you guys end up staying sometime in the future, please let me know.