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The average price for a weekly Rotterdam vacation rental found by KAYAK users in the last 2 weeks is C$ 2,401.
The average price for a monthly Rotterdam vacation rental found by KAYAK users in the last 2 weeks is C$ 10,289.
There are loads of different property types that you can make your vacation home in Rotterdam. You’ll find vacation villages, boats, apartments, lodges, campgrounds, homestays, houses and chalets.
There are a number of dog and pet-friendly Rotterdam vacation rentals, with around 9% allowing you to bring your pet along with you.
KAYAK users have found vacation rentals in Rotterdam for as cheap as C$ 225 in the last 3 days. The average price is C$ 343.
In the last 72 hours, users have found Rotterdam vacation rentals for tonight for as low as C$ 266.
Vacation rentals in Delfshaven, Museumkwartier and Noord have the most searches on KAYAK. For more information about Rotterdam's different neighborhoods, check out our Rotterdam's City Guide.
Take a look at our vacation rentals map to find the best vacation rental homes near you.
You'll find several good self-catering establishments in the Ĳsselmonde borough of Rotterdam. Sewdien's Apartment Beverwaard is worth recommending for its modern and comprehensive facilities. Its kitchen comes with all the mod cons: a fridge, an oven and a stove top, as well as a microwave and a dishwasher. There's a coffee machine, a toaster and all the kitchenware you'll need. There's a separate dining area too.
You can enjoy quintessential Rotterdam holiday homes experience by booking your stay on a boat house. You'll find these in the Waterfront district. Wikkelboats at Wijnhaven makes a good choice. It has simple yet elegant décor and offers everything you could get in a rental on land, including a fully equipped kitchen and a dining area. You can eat at the buffet if you prefer. One of the dining highlights is an outdoor barbecue at sunset on the river.
Rotterdam is a very busy cosmopolitan city, so for a true homely Dutch feel, book your stay in one of the outlying neighbourhoods in the west, south of the river. Here you'll find cosy establishments like 't Koetshuys, which is in the Rozenburg borough. It has a wonderful rural feel about it, with landscaped garden, a tranquil pond and a small ruined castle on the property.
Book at Crash'nstay - Maison Du Ville in the Charlois neighbourhood and you'll be directly opposite public transport that will take you directly into central Rotterdam. It's a great way of having quick access to the city centre without actually staying in the hustle and bustle. It's self-catering, and you can walk to nearby supermarkets in about 3 minutes.