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What would you prefer: A tiny, generic room that’s barely large enough to hold one uncomfortable, flattened King size bed, yet alone two, located across from a noisy ice machine OR a spacious, two bedroom, two bathroom loft with a fully stocked kitchen, laundry room, and wraparound balcony? If you chose the second option (and why wouldn’t you?), then you’re in agreement with 57 percent of vacation rental guests who value additional space.
Vacationing today is about indulging, not compromising. Gone are the days of packing the car to the brim and dealing with unenthusiastic hotel clerks. (We all loved Chevy Chase in National Lampoon’s Vacation, but mainly for his clothing preferences. Not his travel preferences!).
Still, while families, couples, and even individuals want to feel pampered, they also appreciate value: 62 percent of vacationers want value for the price they’re paying.
So what does value look like? Well, for more than half of travelers, it means having multiple bedrooms and a kitchen. For others (37 percent), it means being in a better location. And no, a better location doesn’t necessarily mean being right off a busy highway or near a 24-hour gas station. Finally, just under half—about 40 percent—are looking for additional “splurge-like” amenities such as access to a pool, hot tub, tennis courts, and a washer/dryer.
Sure, some of these amenities can be found at corporate hotels, but as far as privacy goes, there isn’t anything private about sharing that hot tub with ten other complete, and likely rowdy, strangers. Nor is there anything private about using the same coin-operated washer as 250 other hotel stayers.
So when all is said and done, vacation rentals provide guests with the feeling of being at home without actually being at home. And unlike hotels/motels/inns/hostels/lodges, vacation rentals provide space along with privacy. No “Do Not Disturb” door sign required.
Let Pillow help you manage your short term rental so you can rest easy while we take care of your home and guests.