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The Best Apartments in Dallas - How to Find Them! How can you make sure that you are getting the best apartment at the best price in the Dallas area? Searching through the three thousand apartment options in Dallas can be a daunting task. In the end, you are likely to waste a lot of time going and visiting numerous communities that do not even have what you are wanting, and at the same time, passing up the best apartments that you werent even aware existed. In searching for the best apartments in Dallas, its important to understand the framework of the city. Dallas is a Metroplex, which by definition, means that it is composed of a variety of suburbs that are all linked together to form one composite city. Even though each suburb is unique, it still is considered to be located in the city of Dallas. For instance, if you take just one of the suburbs as an example - Carrollton - when you are mailing a letter to the Carrollton area, it doesnt matter if you address the envelope Carrollton, TX or Dallas, TX, because the postal authorities recognize that they are one in the same. So, when we refer to Dallas in this article, we are including all of its components...all suburbs that make up the illustrious city. When individuals are relocating to Dallas and are not very familiar with the city, part of the problem lies in that they do not realize how big the city is, and that it is composed of so many sub-cities. They underestimate the number of apartment options that they will face when they arrive and are very surprised to see when they get here that they are facing thousands of rental homes to choose from, in a number of different areas. How can they possibly find the best rental choice amongst so many choices? Well, before we can answer that question, we must clearly define what is meant by the term the best apartments. This phrase will mean something different to different individuals. For one person who is needing something economical but safe, the best apartment to THEM might be a small efficiency one-room apartment that is located close to their work. For another person the best apartment might mean something with a beautiful view. For still another, it may be a property that has the most luxury amenities. So, really, the key to finding YOUR best apartment comes down to defining what exactly you are looking for, and where. Whether you are relocating to Dallas, or you already live here and just want a change, here are the 4 steps to get started in finding the best apartment for you: FIRST, it is critical that you determine exactly WHERE in the Dallas Metroplex you would like to live. Since Dallas is composed of a mixture of various suburbs, narrow down which area exactly you would want to relocate to. You might decide on an area based on where you work, making sure you are within close proximity. Or perhaps you are more concerned about being located close to a particular school, or a particular family member. You may want to stay within so many miles of these destinations, or within so many minutes drive time. You also may want to research and investigate what each sub-city of Dallas has to offer before you make your choice. In general, the further North you go from the downtown area, the newer and nicer the city of Dallas becomes. Try to avoid the areas South of Downtown Dallas. Here are some of the many options in Dallas to choose from: Plano - Great destination for families. Located 20 miles North of Downtown Dallas. Great school districts and youth sports leagues. The population now exceeds 250,000. It was recognized as the 8th safest place to live by the FBIs most recent crime statistics. Plano is also a great place to do business. Addison - Popular area for those seeking entertainment and nightlife. Addison is located 13 miles north of downtown Dallas and is connected to downtown by the Dallas North Tollway. With more than 150 restaurants, Addison has one of the highest restaurant per capital ratings in the nation. The main Street in Addison (known as Beltline) is also called restaurant row, because you can find ANY restaurant that you have ever imagined on this street. Addison is also home to a world class mall called The Galleria. Addison is also known for its frequent annual outdoor festivals, such as Oktoberfest, Taste of Addison, and the Shakespeare Festival. In addition to entertainment and nightlife, Addison is also a major hub for leading businesses. Lewisville - Has an atmosphere similar to a small town, but functions and offers the amenities of a big city. Lewisville is located 20 miles north of downtown Dallas. Its also only a 10 minute drive to DFW International Airport, the 3rd busiest airport in the world. Shoppers can shop till they drop at Vista Ridge Mall, which offers more than a million square feet of retail shopping among 160 specialty retailers. For those who enjoy the outdoor life, Lewisville is known for its many golf courses and has close proximity to 2 large lakes, including Lake Lewsiville. Carrollton - Residents are drawn to the City of Carrollton for its high quality of life, abundant parks, schools and safe neighborhoods. In 2008, MONEY Magazine ranked Carrollton 15th in the country as the Best Place to Live. Carrollton is located 20 miles north of downtown Dallas and just 10 miles away from the DFW International Airport. Entertainment is nearby as Addison is only a few miles South of Carrollton for access to over 150 restaurants and the upscale Galleria Mall, and Lewisville is only a few miles North of Carrollton with access to Lewisville Lake and the Vista Ridge Mall. Carrollton residents enjoy more than 1,200 acres of developed park land, numerous playgrounds, biking trails and tennis courts. Two 18-hole golf courses in Carrollton have been rated among the top municipal golf courses in the state. Carrollton is also a great place to do business with over 5,200 businesses. It was also named recently as Texas safest city. The Carrollton School District is Recognized and offers a high quality of education. Irving - entrally located in between Dallas and Fort Worth and directly adjacent to the DFW International Airport, you have access to many areas of the Metroplex, whether you love sports, shopping, art or the outdoors. With a population of around 200,000, Irving is a vibrant city known for its cultural diversity. Irving children enjoy a high quality education. Home to thousands of corporations and the global headquarters of five Fortune-500 companies, youll discover gleaming skyscrapers, two spectacular master-planned communities (Las Colinas & Valley Ranch) and the states only five-diamond rated resort, the Four Seasons. It is here that you can catch the Byron Nelson Championship. Uptown Dallas - Located within only 1 or 2 miles from Downtown Dallas, an apartment or loft in Uptown Dallas is your window to a vibrant world filled with a Metro-attitude. From your Uptown Dallas apartment, you can explore the city of Dallas and enjoy comfortable modern urban living. You can define this area as a conglomeration of contemporary, urban, metro and old-world retro charm. Neighboring stores are filled with eclectic galleries and interesting and unique modernized antiques. From old restored historic buildings turned into modern contemporary lofts and apartments, to the most newly built urban communities, uptown Dallas has everything you are looking for, including a very diverse selection of restaurants on every corner located just outside your front door. Many residents of Uptown Dallas do not even have or use a car. They can access practically everything by just walking around the corner. Downtown Dallas - its been said that the only thing that rivals the restaurant scene in downtown Dallas is the arts scene. The Arts District is the largest urban arts district in the country, stretching 17 square blocks. A downtown Dallas apartment puts you within steps of museums, theaters and other artistic arenas. Not to be outdone, there are an eclectic array of restaurants that rival NYC and shopping for every taste and price point. From contemporary historic lofts that renovate existing spaces to modern newly built luxury resort apartments, your urban living choices dot the landscape and capture the skyline. Besides the Dallas suburbs mentioned above, you have many others to consider as options such as: Frisco, McKinney, Allen, The Colony, Denton, Arlington, Hurst, Euless, Bedford, Grapevine, Garland, Mesquite, Richardson, and more - all of which are considered to be in the city of Dallas. SECOND of all, once you have narrowed down the area where you would like to live in Dallas, the next step is to decide what KIND of rental home you would like to live in. Do you prefer a loft? Or a flat? How about a split level (townhome)? A highrise building or a historic building that has been converted to rental units? You may just prefer a regular, but nice apartment community. In addition to deciding what type or types of properties you are willing to consider, also decide how many bedrooms and bathrooms your new apartment needs to offer. Most properties in Dallas have certain occupancy rules that only allow no more than 2 adults per bedroom. So, for example, if you have a family of 4, you would need a 2 bedroom minimum. You may even have in mind a certain amount of squarefeet that you dont want to go under. The area that you choose will have a bearing on which kind of rental homes are available. For instance, if you want to live in a contemporary loft or an urban highrise or historical building that has been converted, you will likely have to stick to the Downtown and Uptown areas of Dallas. You will not find many of these options anywhere else in Dallas. But the further North you go, the more you will find of nice, newly built 2 and 3 story apartment complexes with individual attached garages, as well as newly built townhome communities. THIRDLY, now that you have a general idea WHERE you want to live, and WHAT kind and size of apartment you need, the next step is to decide HOW MUCH you are willing to pay. What amount do you not want to go over? Most apartments in Dallas require that you earn approximately 3 times the rental amount. So, for instance, if your income is $3000 a month, then you probably would only qualify for an apartment that is about $1000 a month in rent. Keep these requirements in mind when you are deciding what rent amount you are willing to pay. Apartment communities in Dallas do verify your income as well. You must show evidence, such as paycheck stubs, that you earn 3 times the rent amount. If you are being transferred here to Dallas or you are relocating and starting a brand new job (you wouldnt have paycheck stubs yet in that case), then you can present a Hire Letter to the apartment community as proof of your income. The Hire Letter should be on Company Letterhead and clearly state what day you will begin your employment and what your income will be. It should be signed and have contact information. The apartments will usually call to verify the letter. If you provide paycheck stubs, they will likely also call your current employer and verify the paycheck stubs. LASTLY, now that you have in mind a good general idea of what you are looking for, the fourth and most important step in finding YOUR perfect apartment is to call a reputable DALLAS Apartment Locating company to assist you in providing a free custom list of all the properties in the Metroplex that are the closest match to your specific criteria. The first thing they will do is ask you is for a detailed description of where you want to live (which suburbs are you willing to consider), how much you want to pay and can qualify to pay in rent, and what kind/size of property you want. Since you have already narrowed down this information, you will be ready to give it to the Locator and this will make the process much smoother. Using a good, experienced Apartment Locator who is located in the Dallas area and has an in depth knowledge of all the 3000 rental properties in Dallas, is the quickest and easiest way for you to find the apartments that best match your criteria. They will not only save you a ton of wasted time exploring properties that are NOT a good match for you, but they also will make sure you are informed about the best specials and deals that are being offered in Dallas. Most renters end up saving an average of $500-$600 by using an Apartment Locator. This is because the Locator guides them to all the great deals that they would have otherwise not known about. The list that your Apartment Locator gives you will provide information such as pictures, floorplans, maps and details for every property in Dallas that they feel represents the BEST matches in the Metroplex for YOU.
A Simple and Easy Guide to Renting a Service Apartment in Bangkok, Thailand What are the best areas of Bangkok to rent? What facilities and services can I expect from a Bangkok serviced apartment? What are the best and worst serviced apartments in Bangkok? Read on to learn the answers to these questions and much more in my simple and easy guide to renting a serviced apartment in Bangkok for both expats and travelers. Bangkok is the Center of Southeast Asia As the commercial center of Thailand and the hub of business and leisure travel within Southeast Asia, Bangkok has exceptional hotels of all kinds catering to the business elite and casual traveler. Recently, a new kind of accommodation has gained favor with business executives on short stays in Bangkok--the luxury serviced apartment. With increased commercial expansion over the past several years, serviced apartments are quickly becoming the favorite choice of living style for their affordable luxury. What is a Serviced Apartment? The serviced part of the equation usually refers to the daily or twice weekly cleaning of your room, the furniture, kitchen amenities and so on that normal apartments do not include. Some service apartments also function as hotels, and these are called Aparthotels. Whats So Special About Bangkok Serviced Apartments? Real estate and relocation agents believe Bangkok has the most number of sophisticated apartments the world has to offer. There are not just one or two luxurious apartments, but close to 50. This is because skilled labor is cheap in thailand, and the city itself is a major business hub for the southeast asia region. Renting a serviced apartment in bangkok can be a daunting task for several reasons--the primary one being there are so many fine print and extra costs involved when signing a weekly, monthly or yearly contract. I have been living in Bangkok for a few years now, and have gone through several serviced apartments, learning on the way which services are included and what to expect from your stay in Bangkok. Bangkoks City Plan The Bangkok Jungle has several meanings, one of them being that the city was never built with a city plan or urban design in mind. The city is a sprawling landscape, a montage of residential and commercial buildings juxtaposing one another. It is home to 10 to 15 million people, depending on who is arriving from the rural country and abroad. The people as well, from poor to affluent, live side by side. The city itself is lopsided; if you look down any major road in bangkok, you will see that both sides of the road arent balanced, building heights are different, and there is an overall lack of symmetry. This is what makes Bangkok unique and charming. And what makes it a jungle. The Best Areas To Live In Bangkok Bangkok contains inexpensive to exclusive apartments, but the best ones are found in the following regions of Bangkok: Sukhumvit, the main road or artery of Bangkok Asok, one of the most exclusive and expensive areas to live Thong Lo, the chic and fashionable street, Sathorn, the business district of Bangkok Silom, another business and red light district Ploenchit, business district Chit Lom, business district The areas listed above are all within easy access to shopping, dining, entertainment, trains, skytrains, and expressways. If you choose to live in one of these areas, you will experience life in the center of Bangkoks thriving business and shopping centres while indulging in an ultra private serviced apartment in Bangkok. I personally recommend Asok and Chit Lom, as they are the classiest areas of Bangkok, but if you are looking to be close to the night markets Silom is perfect, and Sukhumvit is always a colorful experience. Facilities and Services of Typical Bangkok Serviced Apartments These vary between the different types of apartments and condos, but a standard of excellence has been establlished from the increasing competition among serviced apartments. Facilities and services are upgraded regularly to keep up with rival residences. However, before investing in a serviced apartment, be sure to check if these services and facilities are available. 5 Services That Should Be Included Free of Charge: Room Cleaning Water/Utilities Internet Usage 24 Hour Security Room Service/Errand Boy 4 Facilities That Should Be Included Restaurant Gym Pool Convenience Store The Loopholes: Length of Stay, Deposits and Electricity If you are staying for a month or year, the serviced apartment may charge you for electricity. Make sure that you negotiate this price to 6.5 Baht/Unit. A lot of times the apartment owners will charge 8 Baht/Unit for more profit. They only pay 3 or 4 Baht/Unit. Be careful when signing leases; most require a 2 month deposit, and if you move out before your contract is finished you forfeit this deposit. Make sure the serviced apartment has a laundry service, either in house or out of house. Most serviced apartments have coin operated laundry rooms as well as pick up services. More deluxe suites will have washing machine in the room. Note that most places do not have dryers. How much Should I Pay? This is a difficult question to answer, but the more facilities a serviced apartment has, the more it will cost. If a serviced apartment has a pool, gym and also functions as a 24 hour hotel, then the monthly price will be above 30,000 Baht. Location also has a large part to do with cost of a bangkok serviced apartment. If you are staying in an area not close to skytrain or subway access, your price will be much lower. Conversely, staying in the business districts of Silom or trendy spots like Ekkamai or Thonglor will raise your monthly rent. Which Serviced Apartment Should I Choose? The serviced apartment market in Bangkok is lead by three groups, The President Group, The Ascott Group, and Centre Point. Most of them offer first class accommodation and have a decent system of serving their customers. However, there are numerous independent serviced apartments to choose from. The 2 Worst Serviced Apartments in Bangkok Ascott Bangkok Sathorn There have been several articles written in trade journals about the decline in service at the once famous and most prestigious serviced apartment in Bangkok. Once known for attention to customer relations, their lack of it is now glaringly obvious to everyone who stays there. This place is an example of a chain serviced apartment becoming too much like a corporation with no human touch of service. Lebua Rumor is their staff is very untrustworthy. Read the trade journals and google the residence for reviews. Top 2 Most Luxurious Bangkok Serviced Apartments Siri Sathorn Apartments Siri Sathorn is a five-star luxury `boutique` property which epitomises private and elegant living in a residential setting. It is a concept of the perfect home which appeals to international traveller. This place caters to Japanese clientelle but of course is open to everyone. Fraser Place Urbana Langusan They have an exclusive 45-metre driveway leading from the main road to the serviced residence for great privacy. They also have some of the best services and customer relations I have ever experienced, pampered is the only word that comes to mind Best Value Bangkok Serviced Apartments Silom Convent Garden Newly built in November 2006, this chic serviced apartment is located in the Silom-Sathorn area but has some of the cheapest rates for this business and night market district. For 36,000 Baht/$1000 a month you can have a 38 square meter, 1 bedroom, fully furnished luxurious apartment complete with full kitchen, washer machine, flat screen tv, and rain shower. The only drawback is the place doesnt have a pool or gym, but thats the reason the price is so low and why its one of the best values in Bangkok. If you are still undecided whether to have a stay in Bangkok on your next trip, it was just recently announced that the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) plans to make Bangkok a paradise city. The article from the Bangkok Post states the BMA will establish a fund to address trash, pollution and traffic problems. Now is the time to take your next vacation or business trip to Bangkok, as life couldnt get any better in the City of Angels!
London Apartment - Everything You Need To Know Before Booking A Serviced London Apartment : A few weeks ago a secretary telephoned me in absolute desperation. She was desperately searching for accommodation in central London for some VIPs from abroad. She stumbled onto my website, not really understanding what the service was about. I think the words free service, apartments just helped her to figure out that Quality London Apartments had something to do with accommodation. Apologies for my long opening, but it is a prime example of how little travellers in the UK and Europe know about the serviced apartment industry. After explaining the concept of serviced apartments and helping her find an apartment, I realised that I needed to share this knowledge further afield. Thus, this article is my contribution to open up this elusive industry and offer tips to travellers. What is a serviced apartment? A serviced apartment is a flat in a block, which has a separate bedroom, sitting room/lounge, fully equipped kitchen, your own private keys to own door. Serviced apartments can be in the form of a studio flat (all in one room with a kitchenette), one, two or three bedrooms. All apartments enjoy maid service, utilities and a management team to help....just like a hotel. Guests only pay for a nightly rate and can live in a flat with everything they would have in their own home. Pros: Serviced London Apartment vs Hotels More value for money and cheaper. In a hotel, no matter which star rating, you pay per night for one room which will have a TV, bathroom, sofa and a bed. This is similar to a studio apartment! In an apartment there is a separate bedroom, kitchen, sitting room, bathroom and dining table (exception is studio) Pay per apartment and not per person. An example would be paying £250 per night for a two bedroom apartment, which could accommodate up to 4 people, that works out at £62.50 per person. Freedom and privacy. An apartment is like being in your own home and there is plenty of space. You have your own keys to your own door. Booking is easy, just like hotels. The majority of apartments require a credit card to guarantee, pre-payment before you arrive and thats it. No deposits, no tenants contracts. Cons: Serviced London Apartment vs Hotels Apartments lacks the buzz and services of a hotel such as restaurants and Room Service. Albeit some apartments are owned by hotels and offer you the use of their restaurants and other services. No 24-hour service around the clock. The apartments are ran by a small team who work Monday to Friday 9:00am - 6:00pm, so you are on your own during the weekend. There are emergency numbers to call should you suffer an electric cut, but no 24-hours hotel Duty Manager to run to your room. No pool, massages, saunas like hotels What to look out for when booking a serviced London apartment? 1. Quality of the apartment - make sure you find out if they are clean, well furnished and well maintained. How? Check the photos, and ask if you can book an appointment to view the apartment. This is very important if you are staying over a long period of time. 2. Do they have a friendly and efficient management team? If you need the comfort of a welcoming face to greet you on arrival, then ask for an apartment with a reception. Some apartments provide key boxes, so you can arrive any time, but there is no-one to meet you. A friendly and small team will be able to give you a very personal touch. 3. Opening time of the apartments office - doesnt sound important? Well it is because the majority of apartments operations team open Monday to Friday 9:00am to 6:00pm. If you arrive at your apartment during office open hours, then fine, but any other time and weekends will mean that you will need to pick up the keys from a different location. 4. Key delivery by car at the airport? - If you are flying from abroad to London, and do not fancy traipsing throughout London at night to pick up keys, the majority of apartments will hire a taxi to deliver your keys to the airport upon your arrival. Convenient for a small charge. 5. Payment procedure and cancellation policy - every apartment vary in their guest terms and conditions. All will accept a credit card as a guarantee of reservation, some will ask for 100% pre-payment at least 7 days prior to arrival and cancellation can range from 12:00pm on the day of arrival to 28 days. So, before you confirm the reservation, be very clear about the terms and conditions. Ask your apartment agents to explain the procedure to you and read the terms and conditions on your confirmation emails. It will save you a great deal of trouble and headache later. 6. Apartments are always allocated on arrival. This policy is the same as any hotel, so unless you are a regular guest to a specific apartment, apartments are on allocations. In the same breath, some apartments only have a small number of flats, so if you are reserving the only 3 bedrooms penthouse in their collection, then you are guaranteed that specific apartment. 7. Rates become more competitive the longer you stay. In this, we mean you have more bargaining power if you are staying for one month or longer. This is when your apartment agent can really help you by negotiating with a variety of apartments to get you the best deal. 8. Using an apartment agent will also save you time searching, but most importantly they will work with your budget and negotiate a great deal for you. Of course, you also need to be realistic about what you can book, dont expect to spend £80 per night for a luxury apartment. For example, one of our clients had £300 budget per night for a two bedroom apartment and he wanted something luxury. For those readers who know London well, also understands that this budget is actually very small. Despite that, we booked him and 3 friends into the Victoria Park Plaza luxury apartment (£150 per night less than the usual price) for £300 per night with free breakfast, gym and access to the executive lounge. Any apartment agent worth their salt can and will move mountains to help you. What if I dont like the apartment when I get there? If you really feel that you have been hard done by, tell the apartment management team and ask to be moved to another apartment. All of the apartments that we work with are very customer focussed and try to help guests enjoy their stay. If this does not work, talk to your apartment agent, if that is how you booked. Best advice though, is to ask all the right questions before you book an apartment. Your appetite for apartments is now whetted - how do you find London apartments? 1. As already explained, you can choose a free search and book service of an apartment agent or go direct to a specific apartment that you know. Both methods are absolutely fine, dependent of your knowledge of London apartments. Using an agent will mean that they will search far across their portfolio and present you with a variety of choices...all within 10-15 minutes. Agents are impartial and will only (good agents anyway) recommend the quality apartments for your needs. 2. You can use search engines like Google, Yahoo and MSN to find apartments. Type in keywords like London serviced apartments or quality London apartments and so on. 3. Stating the obvious but, ask for a recommendation from friends and acquaintances. 4. Check on Tripadvisor.com and other customer review websites.
How to Choose the Perfect Holiday Apartment in Barcelona: 5 Top Tips Many visitors heading to the Catalan capital opt for an apartment rental in Barcelona. Offering more privacy than hotels, an opportunity to save money (your own kitchen for home-cooked meals), plus the ability to sleep larger groups in the same location, it should come as no surprise that apartment rentals in Barcelona are continuing to grow in popularity. However, there many questions to consider when deciding which apartment to choose for a break in Barcelona: Do I want a relaxing beach holiday or the full Catalan neighborhood experience? Do I want a spacious three bedroom apartment or a stylish studio for one? Will I be taking daytrips, and if so, is the apartment close to public transportation? To help you select the right accommodation for you, take a look at these 5 top tips on how to choose the perfect holiday apartment in Barcelona. Find the Right Barcelona Neighborhood It goes without saying that choosing the right Barcelona neighborhood in which to stay can make all the difference while on vacation in Barcelona. The Catalan capital has around 10 main districts, ranging from the bustling Casco Antiguo (Old Town) in the city center to the less touristic neighborhoods on the outskirts like Horta-Guinardó. Before starting the search for your ideal Barcelona apartment, be sure to do a little research on the various zones of the city, from the Barceloneta beach area to the quieter barrio of Sarrià. Many apartment rental agencies have district guides on their blogs where visitors can get a deeper understanding of the neighborhoods and find out which one best suits their needs, be it sightseeing, relaxing by the Mediterranean, or attending one of the citys many fantastic festivals and events like the Sonar festival. Facilities and amenities Everyone heading to Barcelona undoubtedly has different needs. For example, the apartment youve chosen may be just what you had in mind in terms of location and size, but its situated on the 3rd floor and the building does not have an elevator. For some, this may not be a problem, while for others, mobility is at the top of their priority list. It is therefore important to check the facilities of an apartment prior to booking. Will you be dining in or out most days? If the answer is home-cooked food for a budget trip, be sure to check that the kitchen has everything youll need to prepare your meals. Dont forget to check the capacity of the holiday apartment in Barcelona as well as the bed distribution to ensure that there are no problems upon arrival. Apartment agencies generally list all apartment amenities on their websites and it is important to review these. If youre unsure of anything, be sure to call the agency or send an email to ensure that the apartment is fit for your needs. Company reputation With numerous apartment rental agencies in Barcelona, it is important to make sure that the agency renting your apartment of choice is reputable. Spend time looking at reviews on Tripadvisor, travel forums or the companys website to get an idea of what to expect from former customers. Also, check the company website for contact details, which should be clearly displayed all over the site. For an extra precaution, look out for the letters S.L or S.A following the business name, an indicator that the company follows strict tax and book keeping rules in accordance with Spanish Law. Apartment Reviews As with company reputation, you can also check what others thought of the Barcelona holiday apartment you have in mind through review websites like FlipKey. Many apartment agencies also list customer ratings of apartments and comments on their websites, so be sure to check out the nature of the online guest reviews the apartment has received before you make your final decision. Read the Small Print Each company is different, so be sure to review the FAQ and Terms and Conditions pages of your Barcelona apartment rental website of choice, ensuring that you are fully aware of the entire rental process from booking to check-out. Information on everything ranging from the damage deposit conditions to the check-in procedure should be covered in this section, allowing you to be aware of exactly how the company works and what is expected of you as a customer. As the travel industry keeps expanding, many agencies offer apartments in Barcelona. However, many of these companies are not physically located in Barcelona, which means that if you encounter a problem in the apartment, there may be no one to come out and offer a solution. Be sure to check the locations of the agencys main offices as well as the hours of operation. Also, watch out for companies that offer 24 hour assistance, as this can give you extra assurance when travelling abroad.
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