3. Confirm your booking by paying the prepayment online. The Balance is paid at arrival or prior to arrival due to the rent conditions. After booking you will receive the Booking Confirmation with all details regarding your stay and balance payment.
You can make a booking at latest 7 days prior to arrival (Danish time).
Children are under the age of 18 years. Children under 3 years are free of charge and are not counted in when searching. Please notice that you will have to bring a childrensbed etc. if the apartment doesn't provide this and the enfant/s can't sleep in a bed for adults.
All search results are displayed with 'price per person per night' in DKK so you always are informed of the accommodation price per person. Price per person per night is the total amount for the stay divided with the number of nights and number of guests.
You confirm your booking by paying the prepayment - this can be done by credit/debit card online (you will also receive all details regarding payment in an email).
When confirming you will receive a final Booking Confirmation by email including all details about your stay. The balance can either be paid in cash to Lessor when arriving or before arrival according to the rent condtions.
The total price is always indicated on your confirmation and therefore no extra costs will appear (NB! Danish Nets charges a card fee for online payment depending on the type of card being used).
All amounts are paid in Danish Kroner (DKK). You can choose to see the prices in different currencies according to the European Central Bank daily rates but when paying it's in Danish DKK (Kroner). You are of course welcome to check with the lessor after booking whether it's possible to bay the balance in another currency. Most lessors are very flexible so we encourage you to check up after booking if you don't want/like to bring Danish cash at arrival.
The security deposit stated under the rent conditions is either to be paid in cash at arrival or by bank transfer to Lessor, and will be refunded at departure. The security deposit is to ensure payment for any damages that may occur. But hopefully this is not needed.
The website follows the international holiday apartment standard where every room with sleeping arrangements are listed as a bedroom. Under each apartment description and in the rent conditions you can read more about the exact sleeping places and how they are distributed in the apartment.
The apartment is always booked for the total amount of guests that we will have to prepare for. If one or more guests e.g. arrive a day later or leave a day earlier, you will have to order the apartment for all guests in the requested period.
No, all apartments are shortterm rentals between 2 nights to 4 weeks. That's our concept with vacation rentals. Of course you're welcome to make several accommodation bookings to get the nights needed.
Yes, you're welcome to write a company name along with your contact information when making a reservation or booking. You will recieve an online payment receipt/invoice for your accounting after booking.
Along with your email confirmation you will receive all details regarding your stay. You will also be notified about arrival, key exchange etc. Typically, the Lessor will introduce you to the apartment when you arrive and you will have the keys and finally you must pay the balance in cash.
Unfortunately it's rather difficult to get around in the apartments in a wheelchair as most Copenhagen apartments are located in old buildings with many stairs and without lifts or other facilities for disabled persons.
The administration of all-copenhagen-apartments.com / ferieboligkbh.dk solely appears as intermediary concerning inquiries and confirmations between the Lessee and Lessor and can in no way be held responsible for any information from third part, the Lessors apartment description, external links, delays, accidents, loss, change, cancellation, damage, theft, force majeur etc. When the rental agreement has been effected it is exclusively an agreement between the Lessee and Lessor: See General terms