5 Ways To Welcome Your Vacation Rental Guests & Make Them Feel Special
Besides giving your guests the opportunity of living as a local, one of the reasons why they choose a vacation rental over a hotel is because the experience is much more personalized. And as a property owner, you want to guarantee that your guests feel special and at home as soon as they walk into the door. It’s important to ensure that they have a positive experience and feel excited to come back. That being said, WarmRental is sharing 5 ways to welcome your vacation rental guests.
A welcome book is a great way to include information that your guests might find helpful, such as emergency contacts, instructions, local attractions and restaurants nearby. It is supposed to make your guest’ stay much easier and give them tips on how to make the most of their holiday. Or you can simply write a welcome letter to greet your guests and wish them a wonderful stay.
Leaving a gift basket with treats for your guests is another great way to impress them and show that you’re a thoughtful host. It can be something like a breakfast basket with ingredients for their first morning at your vacation rental or maybe a basket with local products or seasonal fruits.
A vase with fresh flowers is a small gesture that can go a long way in making your guests feel welcome. Plus, flowers are a great way of making a house feel like a home and totally spice up any room. Next time you have guests, leave a bouquet of fresh flowers on the dining table before they arrive.
Another amazing way of showing that you care about your guests is to prepare them a homemade treat, such as a cake or cookies, home grown vegetables or fresh eggs. Leave them on the kitchen table and let them be surprised with your act of kindness.
Leaving a bottle of wine is another great idea, especially if your guests are checking in after a long day of travel. Or, if you know that your guests are coming to your vacation home for a special occasion, leave a bottle of champagne as a gift.
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