We believe that, unlike an à la carte solution, a full-service management system is the only way to ensure across-the-board quality control of all aspects of a rental, to get to know your property inside out, and be able to handle any issue that may come up during a stay.
Largest city in the East, and seventh largest city in France, Strasbourg is a major tourism destination and welcomes every year almost 10 million travellers, including 2 million in the high season in December for the Christmas market. Tourists tend to turn to seasonal rentals for their stay.
The city now offers more than 3000 apartments on Airbnb, half of which would actually be active. Prices per night are close to those of Paris, for a very low purchase price, which makes it a very interesting place to invest in short-term rental. Strasbourg is the capital of Alsace, but also hosts multiple European and international institutions, such as the Council of Europe, the European Court of Human Rights, and the European Parliament. Luckey Homes, recently established in Strasbourg, is an Airbnb concierge who manages your furnished accommodation, with an optimal service for the travellers. The City is known for its majestic cathedral, which is the second most visited cathedral in France after Notre Dame de Paris.
The city is known for its majestic cathedral, which is the second most visited cathedral in France after Notre Dame de Paris, nearby many restaurants will welcome you, including the famous Maison Kammerzell, emblematic restaurant of Strasbourg.
Each district has its particularity: the half-timbered houses of Petite France, the bars and restaurants of the Krutenau, the Arts Déco buildings located on avenue des Vosges or Allée de la Robertsau ... The City Center and the German Quarter, are listed as World Heritage of Unesco's Humanity. Strasbourg is a city with a rich cultural life: an opera house, a national theatre, a philharmonic orchestra, various concert halls including a zenith, and many museums (museum of modern art, museum of the notre dame work, botanic museum ...) which attracts many tenants every year.
Many travellers take the wine route, which starts in the south of Strasbourg (30 minutes from the city), to discover beautiful landscapes and taste wines of Alsace. The houses on the side of the road are very famous and mostly booked thanks to their exceptional location, they are rental investments, and some for short-time periods.
The Alsatians are very friendly, and it is during the Christmas markets, which take place from late November to late December, that you will enjoy the best welcoming: you will be dazzled by the Christmas lights that invade the streets of Strasbourg. If the city gets you bored, you can discover many hiking trails in the forest of Robertsau or Neuhof. Strasbourg is resolutely focused on the well-being of its residents, and has improved public transport networks, has developed bike paths... Thus, in Strasbourg, you can ride very simply by tram or bike, by parking your car in one of the tram relays located at the entrance of the city.To get there, choose between Strasbourg airport, or the airports of Karlruhe Baden Baden and Bale Mulhouse. Those who prefer the train will be satisfied: Strasbourg is only 1h45 from Paris.
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