Here are some reasons why you should consider taking this option, too, in case you find yourself in need of a place to stay for more than just a couple of days on the road.
Bigger Floor Space
Hotels put such a high premium on their real estate. They make it a point to get excellent locations so that it will serve their clients’ basic needs for convenience. This is why they charge a lot for the rooms. Even if it’s literally just a room with a bed and the usual fixtures, you’re still going to end up paying for the cost of the space like it’s your monthly apartment rent, especially if you stay for more than just a couple of days. In short, you’ll be getting very little for spending so much.
Vacation rental homes, meanwhile, usually end up being a lot more cost-efficient than hotel rooms, especially when you factor in that you will also be able to house your entire family there.
Room service is a great amenity offered by most hotels. However, the downside is that you will have to be at the mercy of the room service schedule. In a vacation rental, however, since you’re basically acting as a tenant of the property and you have kitchen materials and equipment at your disposal, you can prepare your meals whenever you want, save up on laundry money, and basically stock up the pantry with your own food items. There’s no corkage fee to worry about either!