Everything from rooms in a flat to luxury townhouses are still on offer for guests coming to COP 26.

While all the big hotels are fully booked out, for the two weeks in November, there are plenty of places for delegates and protesters to lay their head, at a price.

Some small hotels are trying to cash in, like the Charing Cross Hotel the Glasgow Times reported in July that was charging £1609 for a room for the first three nights of the COP.

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It is still advertising but is now asking for £3818 for the same three day period.

So, its plan to rake in the dough has maybe not gone to plan.

With under three weeks until the biggest political event in the UK rolls into Glasgow there is still an abundance of properties advertised on accommodation site Airbnb.

People are vacating their homes to rent out during the event.

From the modest to the eye-wateringly expensive, owners are looking to make a killing out of COP.

For £135 per night, you can get a two bed flat in the southside. That is still £ 945 a week.

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The majority are asking between £400 and £600 a night for a two bedroom home.

At the other end there are dozens of flats, houses and townhouses, mostly in the west end, being advertised at more than £1000 per night.

At the highest end of the price range, some property owners are looking for more than £4000 a night.

Like the £4720 Grade A listed duplex for four guests in Park Terrace, near Kelvingrove Park.

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Or the whopping £8589 a night in the Lyndoch Residence also in the park district billed as an “exclusive COP26 retreat”.

For that you get a services apartment for four guests with two bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms.

It comes in at £51,000 for the week plus a service fee of £8709 taking the total weekly bill to a staggering £60,117.

Or £120,234 if you want to stay for the two weeks of the COP.

However, with just over two weeks until the summit begins, these apartments are still available so their dreams of cashing in on may be dashed unless they get last minute bookings.

An alternative scheme for campaigners or delegates attending the summit with no budget for several thousands of pounds for a bed for the night asks people to give a room or even just a mattress on the floor for free or a small fee.

The COP 26 coalition is asking people to put up someone coming to the event for a small fee or for free to by-pass the whopping Airbnb prices.

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Hosts offer a shared space, private room or entire house and are paid between £0 to £30 per night

The coalition said: “At any UN climate change conference (COP), accommodation in the city is always expensive and quickly booked up. This is a huge obstacle for people and groups with fewer resources who need to mobilise for the COP. To meaningfully tackle climate change, we must ensure that these voices are heard, yet we have already seen hotels in Glasgow ramping up prices for COP26. The COP26 Homestay Network offers a solution – and we need you to be part of it.”

“There’s absolutely no pressure for you to act like a hotel. Basic comfort and basic kindness. A sofa or mattress on the floor is great.

Also, the Scottish Government has asked people to consider hosting someone for the summit.

Almost 700 households have already signed up to be part of the COP26 Homestay Network, which is operated independently of the Scottish Government by non-profit organisations.

It said: “By offering free or low-cost accommodation, hosts can help ensure those unable to cover the costs themselves, particularly those from the Global South, can attend the summit and make their voices heard.”