Renting a villa for a holiday destination as an alternative to booking a hotel room has increased in popularity over the years. Aided by villa rental companies operating online, you now have access to more properties than ever before in especially competitive prices. There are many benefits to renting a holiday villa, here are just a few.
Getting more for your money – With the financial climate not looking to improve anytime soon, holidaymakers are often on the prowl for great value for money deals. Villa rental often offers a level of accommodation that very few hotels can match. While the cost of renting a villa may come close to that of a hotel, you get much more for your money from a real kitchen area to the latest electronic comforts such as Wi-Fi.
Unrevealed treats – Most hotels nowadays offer facilities such as a gym, a swimming pool, pool tables and so on. However, when renting a self-catering holiday villa, you get all these treats and many more all to yourself when you want them without having to share with others or wait your turn.
Keeps everyone together – Look hard enough and you are guaranteed to find a villa large enough to accommodate your party. Keeping everyone under the same roof makes for a friendlier stay and often aids in making the holiday more cost effective. Additionally, you may bring along your family pet, a service that most villas offer and very few hotels do. Of course this will depend on the location, but just imagine renting a villa in Corsica and crossing the channel with your other half, the children and the family pet. Now that’s a sure why to create the right atmosphere for a relaxing stay.
Independence – During your stay, the property will act, as your home overseas with a greater level of independence so you are free to come and go at will. No more running late for breakfast or having to endure any type of regimented agenda set by someone else.
Catered for special needs – Acting as your own boos on your holiday means that you can cater for special requirements from a unique food diet to ensuring suitable access for a member of the family with a disability.