Vacation rental tips for owners 6/29

Vacation Rental Owners Tips #6

Tip #6: Let your guests arrive as Kings and leave as Emperors.

This might sound like a cliché but imagine if it was actually applied. 

Vacation rental owners or property managers should definitely strive to achieve this goal. 

  1. Greeting guests on arrival

    1. Guests arrive at the vacation rental and is personally greeted by owner or top management. A brief 5 minute introduction, all guests are greeted including children, the guests' names are noted in a little book and the owner or top management learn all the names off by heart.

    2. At the end of the preliminary introduction guests should be requested "consult" the owner or property manager.

  2. Talking to guests during their stay

    1. When guests cross paths with owner or top management, however brief, they are all greeted by first name, for children, and surnames for adults. More attention should be given to the children to build a bond with them, owner or top management will create an important "ally" on guests' departure.

  3. Look after the children

    1. If guests have children, free baby sitting service for a 2 hour break should be provided. The parents will welcome that break however short it is. If they want additional baby sitting services then this could be provided against payment. See our Addon module below.

  4. Commercial gesture - So many ideas

    1. Provide children toy pack free of charge.

    2. Offer guests a bottle of wine.

    3. Offer a bouquet of flowers picked from owners or property manager's "garden".

    4. Offer guests something from the village, town or city or better still a towel with your vacation rental logo.

        The list is long. What would you offer your guest? What works for you. Comment and share your ideas below with other vacation rental owners or property managers.

  1. Vacation rental owner Addon module in their dashboard

    1. To provide value of the "free" baby sitting, use our Addon module to show value and also offer payable babysitting services.

    2. See out members user interface (MUI) below.

 

 

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The owner may activate or deactivate Addon depending on seasonal and marketing policy.

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Tip #6: Let your guests arrive as Kings and leave as Emperors




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29 vacation rental tips Tip #1: Keep your property immaculately clean! Works wonders for reviews Tip #2: Take 10 minutes to greet your guests and assess any special needs. Start building that bond Tip #3: Don’t give discounts! Provide your guests with an authentic experience, that they’ll NEVER forget Tip #4: Don't oversell your property vacation rental Tip #5: Offer your guests free transfer to your vacation rental Tip #6: Let your guests arrive as Kings and leave as Emperors Tip #7: Provide your guests with WHITE spotless bath towels Tip #8: Facilitate your guests' expectancies Tip #9: Don't take your guests for a ride Tip #10: Give a free upgrade to your guests Tip #11: Invite your guests for dinner Tip #12: Make sure the bathroom is spotless Tip #13: Limit your time with the opposite sex Tip #14: Assists your guests, however small the gesture Tip #15: Sit and talk with your guests without overstaying Tip #16: Inform your guests the best spots for them Tip #17: Avoid discussing dress code, state in welcome letter Tip #18: Provide your guests with tide times and chart for the duration of their stay Tip #19: Provide your guests a list of local activities and excursion providers. Tip #20: Don't disturb your guest if they are alone. Tip #21: Offer your guests a bottle for no reason. Tip #22: Don't be intimate in front of your guests. Tip #23: Go out of your way, and really surprise your guests. Tip #24: Make sure that your security is flawless. Tip #25: Ask your clients to save water. Bathe together? Tip #26: Clean where the eye can't see Tip #27: Talk to children for constructive criticism Tip #28: Be cautious when providing advice Tip #29: Provide weather forecast in your welcome letter