There are more than 200 villas in Seminyak, Bali, but not every guest is satisfied with their vacation rental. Here’s some simple things you can do to be a good host and make your Seminyak private villa Bali way better than the others.
Make sure your visitors are aware of what to expect
Renting a house without seeing it beforehand is always a risk. It’s all part of the enjoyment. However, a vacation might get off to a bumpy start if there is too much activity. Make sure your visitors have a positive impression of your home. Make sure your short-term rental listing offers high-quality images of your house and its characteristics, in addition to the description in the listing. Inform them of the peculiar arrangement, the creaky floor, the hidden lamp switch, or the cat that come each morning asking for food!
Provide precise instructions to your Seminyak private villa Bali for visitors
Remember this. Bali’s road is a bit tricky and one can get lost for hours just trying to find a villa. It’s possible that your street address and a link to a Google map will suffice. However, if your villa is difficult to find or your visitors are unfamiliar with the area and language, they will require precise instructions. Inquire about their trip plans. Then provide detailed directions from the highway, airport, railway station, or bus station to your home. Warn them about any obstacles to finding it, such as missing street signs or sporadic cell phone reception. Send information on bus, metro, shuttle, or taxi service if they won’t have a car.
Show Guests the Key
You want to make sure your guests can get in. Especially when your Seminyak private villa Bali is equipped with high-tech smart lock. You’ll really need to teach the guests how to unlock.
A Clutter-free and Spotless House
A welcome home is well-kept and tidy. Short-term rental guests don’t expect your home to be as spotless as a hotel room. They do, however, expect it to be a pleasant place to live in. Clear out any unnecessary clutter, make place in closets and drawers for guests’ belongings, and go through everything!
A Basket of Welcoming Gifts in Your Seminyak Private Villa Bali
How many villas in Bali provide a welcoming gift for the guest? In our experience, not much. That’s why a small gesture like welcoming gift can result in higher guests’ satisfaction. This, in return, will give you better review and put your Seminyak private villa Bali in better position within villa competition. A welcome present expresses your desire for your visitors to have a good time while they are with you. Guests enjoy hosts who leave a small amount of food and drink for them. A welcoming gift doesn’t have to be expensive. A local wine, local Balinese Pie Susu (milk tart), or some bread and jam is not expensive—but goes in long way!
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Give A Guide for Smooth Stay in the Villa Seminyak
Every villa has their own uniqueness. Predict what puzzles your visitors will encounter in your home and provide them with clear, precise instructions. For example, a guide of how to turn on the heat or air conditioner, where to place the rubbish, how to use the coffee machine or toaster. They might seems simple for you, but probably not for guests who are not accustomed with them. A “user guide” will not only assist guests enjoy their stay, but it will also reduce the number of frantic emails and phone calls you receive from guests who can’t figure something out.