From Rome Apartments To Villas – Worldwide Accom Have Launched In Their Fifth City In Europe

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Worldwide Accom is a holiday rental site in operation since 2003, originally renting apartments in Rome. Now they have rental accommodation in five cities in Europe, their latest in Amsterdam.

Worldwide Accom was set up by Jill and Leon Kammer in 2003 after they noticed a gap in the market for short term rentals. Having spent more than fifteen years abroad with two children, they wanted a place to call home instead of living out of hotel rooms. They found it hard to find short term rentals and Worldwide Accom was born.

Jill and Leon drew on their experience from living in Rome to start off their first site, Rome-Accom. Providing short term rental apartments in Rome to those looking for a home away from home. This proved so successful they then expanded into other areas of Italy and now offer short term rentals in five countries in Europe, the latest being the Netherlands.

The reviews have been positive and they have been featured in the press many times in from newspapers in Finland, USA and Australia and in many major guide books. Worldwide Accommodation Holiday Rentals have a number of apartments and villas to rent and with the strength of the Australia dollar, more Aussies have been using Worldwide Accom these past two years. However, they do get visitors from the rest of the world including the UK and the United States.

Renting an apartment in the city is not as expensive as travelers might imagine. Renting a studio in central Paris costs from as little as 82 euros a night, which works out cheaper than staying in two and three star hotel Plus travelers have the comfort of staying in their own apartment. Finding an apartment to rent in Paris is tough, but Worldwide Accom have succeeded and now have over sixty apartments in central Paris.

Worldwide Accom have expanded their range of apartments, villas and B&Bs throughout Italy. Visitors will be able to rent a place in Florence, Tuscany, Venice, Amalfi Coast and Verona. Some of the accommodation can sleep up to 15 people which enables big families and groups of friends to share a home together for the duration of their holiday from 3 nights to up to three months. For those that want a quieter get away, there are a lot of apartments to rent in Italy for just two people, giving them the relaxation in the holiday they deserve.

The latest country to be part of Worldwide Accom is the Netherlands, focusing on Amsterdam first as they are currently building up their portfolio of properties in the city centre. Prices start at 140 euros a night, with a two bedroom , sleeping 4 costing 219 euros which works out at just over 54 euros each.

Worldwide Accom have a number of offers available, for young couples, families and larger groups. For more information about holiday rentals in Europe, visit


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