Coliving is a community living concept for like-minded people to live, work, and play together. Living spaces are well designed, fully furnished, with incidentals and utilities covered by one bill.
Catering to various living styles and tastes, the main value of the coliving experience is access to the community. Roomdaddy offers Roomshare & Private rooms under the co-living concept.
There are some of the reasons why co-living should be your next stay:
Tons of opportunities to live, meet, network and have fun with like-minded people
Don't move around on heavy furniture. All co-living spaces are fully - furnished for comfort and convenience
Leases are as short as a month. This flexibilty is ideal if you work in a field that may require you to relocate with little notice
Electricity, water, housekeeping and high-speed WiFi - that's all included. You pay nothing extra
Our spaces are all regularly cleaned by professionals, to create a pleasant living and working environment for you
No live -in landlords breathing down your neck. Community Managers are on site to arrange events, facilitate connections and help out with any problems
Whether it's for a short period before finding a permanent home in a new country, a shorter stay for a project or for even an extended stay for a long-term work assignment, business travellers need at least some of the comfort that a home provides for their stay abroad.
The range of accommodations provided have a minimum requirement that fit the demands of professionals abroad. Basic serviced accommodations come with furniture, an equipped kitchen, bathroom and toilets. Along with that, in some cases there are certain amenities provided such as towels, toiletries, housekeeping services and a reception.
The three types of serviced accommodations being offered are Hotel Apartments, private homes and hotel rooms.
Megacities have a problem for parking space and rates of parking could be prohibitive for some who wish to own cars. On the other hand, in today's Uber world and work from home environment, a lot of rented apartments and homes have spare & unused parking spots.