While staying in a hotel has its own benefits, if you’re going away for longer than a few days, renting a villa or holiday home will make your experience that bit more enjoyable. Not only will you have somewhere to rest your head after a day of sunbathing, swimming or seeing the sights, you will also have your own space to relax, cook and entertain in.
People often tend to steer away from renting private accommodation, fearing it will be too expensive and subsequently blow their budget. But think of all the money you’ll save by cooking your own meals in a vast and beautiful kitchen. Instead of dining out in pricey restaurants and spending money on entertainment, you can find it all inside a villa.
If money is no object, there are plenty of holiday homes that will provide extra services such as a chef to cook your food, as well as maids and butlers. These are optional and will come at an additional cost, but it goes without saying that hiring someone to care of your day-to-day chores will have a big impact on your relaxation and enjoyment levels.
Plus, if professional staff are taking care of your washing, cleaning and cooking duties then you will have more time to spend with your children and partner. This will enable you to truly take a break from the duties of your everyday life, letting you really switch off and unwind or spend more time exploring the local area as a family.
A villa rental is a great alternative for families who don’t want to stay in a hotel. Hotels typically provide little entertainment for children, and while there may be a family lounge available, you probably won’t want to spend all of your time in there. Plus, if you don’t want to eat out in restaurants every night, you may be stuck for an alternative.
What’s more, if you’re sharing a hotel room with your children, there will be little opportunity for you to spend time with your partner or friends once they have gone to sleep. By renting a holiday home with multiple rooms, you will have plenty of space to relax and entertain in, including vast dining rooms, lounge areas, stereo systems and even home cinemas.
What’s more, some luxury accommodation options include access to a pool that both you and the kids can play, swim or relax in. In some cases this offering may even extend to an outdoor bar or even a spa area. Some of the larger holiday properties may also include gyms, while others offer a full concierge service and waiting staff.
In order to truly reap the benefits of your surroundings, try to find a holiday home with a beautiful view….