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7 Kinds of Guests to Attract

The most important thing in a vacation rental is versatility. So how can homeowners appeal to different kinds of guests? Read on to find out the most common types of renters and how to make your property more attractive for these individuals:

#1) Young Families

These kinds of guests in general tend to prefer vacation rentals to hotels. Grab these renters’ attention by stocking your home with a baby gate, high chair, or pack n’ play. This will make parents feel like their choosing a safe environment for their young children.

#2) The Newcomer

These individuals are new to the vacation rental game, so you can make them feel comfortable by offering as much information as possible about the area – guidebooks, leaving brochures in the unit for local services, etc. Having a great management company like Nomadness Rentals by your side ensures quality customer service also!

#3) The Business Traveler

Travel is usually for pleasure, but also often for work. In the case of business travelers, ensure a secure Wi-Fi connection, a laptop friendly workspace, and plenty of closet room so those suits (or dresses!) have a nice place to rest, much like their owner.

#4) Guests with Disabilities

Although ADA certification can be difficult to obtain, there are ways to make your home more comfortable for guests with accessibility restraints. Installing grab rails can be a huge plus, and if you have a first floor or one-story home (or both!), make sure to make this known.

#5) Groups of Friends

From family reunions to birthday get-togethers, these are some of the most common travelers. To appeal to these guests, offer some inflatable beds, a large dining table and area, and perhaps some additional amenities such as extra blankets, snacks, etc.

#6) Couples

Is your home the perfect romantic hideaway for two? Flaunt it! Leave out some coupons or brochures for local fine dining, make sure they have easy access to a fireplace and maybe show off the cozy two-seater in your living room.

#7) The Gourmet

If your home has a large kitchen, this guest will be very satisfied. Amplify their experience by offering items like specialty cookware, espresso makers, and large refrigerators and storage spaces.