Behind the scenes - Roomsurfer travel blog

The Simplicity of a House or Flat Rental

Post by Michael W. on 23/05/2014

Renting a flat or house can be very exciting for most. The idea of finding a new place to live, possibly your first place or the first time you’ve ventured out on your own makes it absolutely invigorating. On the other hand, it’s also a bit much to take in if you’ve never rented or purchased a home before because the process can seem a bit overwhelming. In order to make the experience an enjoyable as well as a rewarding one, there are a few steps that you can take as you move on to the next journey of your life.


How to be a good host (part two): marketing tips and more from Monica Zaldivar

Post by Majdi A. on 24/07/2013

As part of our series on exploring the life of a Roomsurfer host, we chatted to Monica Zaldivar, Roomsurfer host and social media extraordinaire.

Berlin, become a host, top hosts, social media tips

What makes a good host? Insider tips from some of Roomsurfer's most experienced

Post by Majdi A. on 12/07/2013

Ever wondered what it’s like to welcome people into your home and to be paid for it? Or maybe you’ve already done so, but are wondering how your experience compares to others’. In order to do some finding out, I spoke to two of our most popular hosts about what makes Roomsurfer great and how to bring people to your profile.

Berlin, top hosts, become a host

A Spanish Host in Berlin: Mireia

Post by Majdi A. on 22/05/2013

From London to Ibiza, from Senegal to Cambodia, from Berlin (where she now lives) to India, Mireia, our host of the day, is an authentic globetrotter! Can you tell us something about you? I love travelling without plans and getting to know local people, cooking (especially sweets), running, riding my bike, dancing salsa, and, well, Woody Allen movies!What are your favourite parts of Berlin?

Berlin, top hosts