Rent Room in Amsterdam
ROOM FOR RENT Tweede Oosterparkstraat in Amsterdam€ 700.00 Tweede Oosterparkstraat 90 Room in City . Furnished Bed Room with Double bed , closit , shared living…
ROOM FOR RENT Haag en Veld in Amsterdam€ 600.00 Haag en Veld 55 Furnished single Room Furnished Pvt Bed Room to Rent in Arena . 1 more house…
ROOM FOR RENT Hildo Kropplein in Amsterdam€ 650.00 Hildo Kropplein Pvt Furn Room for couple Room is 4 m by 4 m Room is comfy…
ROOM FOR RENT Ter Hooge in Amsterdam€ 600.00 Ter Hooge 7 Room no deposit no registration. Private furnished room in a completely furnished house in Amsterdam…
Naritaweg€ 850.00 Studio for Single Male .Furnished Studio for Male . Bed closit , table , chair…
Lobeliusstraat€ 500.00 Small Room with Regitration Furnished small Room , 10 min bus from sloterdijk. Bed closit…
Nieuwersluishof€ 550.00 Room is very Private with Double bed and closet Table chair , Mirror . very…
Meernhof€ 650.00 Pvt Room with Registration Big Pvt Room 20 m2 for Single Room Avilable with Registration…
Nieuwersluishof€ 450.00 Private Room for single without registration Room is very private with a Single bed and…
Levantplein€ 600.00 Room in Center Room in Center Registration not Possible No Registration no Deposit . Furnished…
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Rent Room in Amsterdam
Amsterdam offers an overwhelming list of accommodation choices for people from all walks of life.But it takes time to find housing that meets all your requirements, all by yourself. And that’s where we come in as an experienced realestate agency.
We’ve got an array of landlords with over 200 rooms in Amsterdam. We’ve done all the research for you. You just connect with us and let us know your requirements, and we provide you the perfect rooms for rent in Amsterdam.
Amsterdam Room for Rent
If you’re planning for business or education in Amsterdam, living here is inevitable. A comfortable and affordable stay is a must to make your visit safe and pleasurable in the city. We offer a wide variety of rooms for rent in Amsterdam ranging from shared student living to full apartments.
We’ve got the best reach to every corner in the capital city of Amsterdam.
Student accommodation in Amsterdam
Are you a student in Amsterdam and willing to take on a new adventure while having a great stay in the capital city?
Several Universities and Institutions offer rooms for rent to International students, but their number is limited. Check out our listings for alternative student housing in Amsterdam. We’ll help you get decent rooms for rent in Amsterdam with both short-term and long-term options.
Some of these accommodations have private bedrooms along with a shared living space, kitchen, and bathroom. Living with other students is often the best way to make new friends and experience the warmth of student life.
Popular neighborhoods in Amsterdam
Amsterdam is a modern cosmopolitan and the capital of the Netherlands. A variety of neighborhoods are neatly tucked together into quiet residential spaces offering rooms for rent in Amsterdam. And, you’re not more than 30-minutes away from the bustling city life, clubs, theatres, restaurants, and bars.
The Amsterdam Zuid (borough) is an excellent place to start if you’re an Expat with a young family. It’s not far from the city center and has the Amsterdam International Community School and the British School. Comfortably sized rooms in Amsterdam are available in the “New South” neighborhoods, which are Apollobuurt, Diamantbuurt, Stadionbuurt, and Rivierenbuurt.
You’ve got the option of choosing a quiet neighborhood or a bustling and bubbly neighborhood. If you’re in for studies, you may like Davisstraat or Jekerstraat for student housing in Amsterdam.
Furnished or Un-furnished?
Unfurnished housing doesn’t provide a washing machine and other kitchen appliances. It may not have paint in some cases.
You can save a ton on such a property.
A semi-furnished apartment often comes with the bare essentials such as a fridge or fresh paint. Furnished apartments are higher priced and come with all the furniture.
Inclusive or Exclusive?
Most Expat apartments are inclusive – which means most of the charges are covered in the cost to rent the room. It pushes the rent a bit higher, but it’s much easier for you in the beginning.
You’ll have to pay for water, electricity, gas, internet, and city taxes if you move into an apartment that offers an exclusive payment structure.
Set up your internet, gas, and electricity a month before you move in.