Beyond Pricing analyzes 2014 Airbnb occupancy in Copenhagen to illustrate revenue maximizing pricing strategies for Airbnb hosts in Copenhagen.
Identified as some of the happiest people in the world, Danes savor “hygge”—an attitude towards life that embraces warm, cozy atmospheres enjoyed with good people. Visitors experience this friendly, easy going lifestyle while eating famed, buttery crusted Danish pastries in Vesterbro and popping in and out of quaint antique shops along the Stoget. Hop on a bike and tour the historic Indre By and Nyhavn districts. Maybe get lost in the Tivoli Gardens for a few quiet moments, wander over to the Little Mermaid statue at Langelinie Pier, and somewhere along the way stop at Frederiksberg Park to sample a beer and fight off that brisk, Northern European air. Visiting the self-proclaimed autonomous neighborhood of Fristaden Christiania (Freetown Christiania) is a must. With over 11,000 Airbnb listings in Copenhagen, hosts help create a genuine experience of hygge. Nothing spells cozy like a candlelit dinner of Fikadeller and the soft crackling of a fire!
High Season: April-June, August-November
Low Season: January-March, July
Major Events: Copenhagen Beer Festival, Copenhagen Blues Festival, Copenhagen Fashion Week, Copenhagen Pride Festival, Roskilde Festival, New Year’s Eve, Copenhagen Carnival