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Category Archives: Hospitality

What Guests Want to Know
What Guests Want to Know

It’s no surprise that location is everything for guests who book an WP Rentals. But what was surprising for us was the conundrum this topic created in our recent post What guests really want. On one hand there’s travelers: they want to know everything about where they’re going right away—it helps them decide where to book and plan their trip. On the other hand there’s hosts, many of whom naturally want to maintain privacy, especially before a booking is confirmed, and others that want to share every last detail right away. read more

Apr 21, 2015 , 0
How to be a Great Host for Renters
How to be a Great Host for R...

Elle put together some easy steps every host can follow to prevent hosting from becoming more of a chore than a reward.

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Are you hosting primarily to earn money? For companionship? To create more art or share the meals you enjoy preparing? Then it’s important to recognize and feel good about how hosting aligns with and supports these goals. For Elle, Airbnb hosting started as a means to keeping her apartment. She says that initial goal has evolved into being able to provide a great, affordable place to stay in the highly coveted West Village and give guests the opportunity to live like a New Yorker. “I’m proud to be able to share that.” read more

Apr 21, 2015 , 0
Offering a Full Welcoming Space
Offering a Full Welcoming Sp...

Exceptional hospitality can come through in a lot of ways, but it most definitely starts with a clean space. And while cleaning might not be the most fun part of hosting, it doesn’t have to be difficult! Here are a few tips and tricks to help you get swept up in an effective and easy cleaning routine.

Focus on the trouble spots
First things first: Give extra attention to the most important areas of cleanliness. Those would be the kitchen and the bathrooms. If you offer your guests space in the refrigerator, give it a thorough cleaning. And if you make a point to keep all of the condiments and other items nicely organized, your guest will be encouraged do the same. read more

Apr 21, 2015 , 0
10 Best September Vacations
10 Best September Vacations

The 27+ shortcodes WP Rentals features are accessible from the Admin Editor and you can add them to any page or post. The structure of each shortocode is simple and intuitive so you can edit its content easily.

Column shortcodes have a unique feature: border. There are 4 different borders available to play with and create a unique design. Each border has a different color which you can change from Theme Options.

Other interesting shortcodes are: featured article, featured property, featured agent, slider, lists, tagline, recent items, icon content box, tabs, toggle and accordion, buttons, testimonials, video, Google Maps and tables. read more

Apr 20, 2015 , 0
20 best things to do in Las Vegas
20 best things to do in Las ...

The 20 best things to do in Las Vegas

The best things to do in Las Vegas, from world-famous casinos and shows to restaurants from the world’s best chefs

 
Photograph: Shutterstock/blvdone

Bellagio Fountains

Looking for things to do in Las Vegas? Whether you’re here for a shotgun wedding, a wild weekend or a family trip, we’ve got you covered. From major Las Vegas attractions to the best Las Vegas shows and the best restaurants to eat when you need to refuel, Sin City is full of amazing make-your-mouth-drop happenings. Go on and explore the Strip and well beyond and never be stuck for things to do in Las Vegas.

Best things to do in Las Vegas

1Place a bet at a world-famous casino

Place a bet at a world-famous casino

With one foot in the past and one in the future, the nearly 50-year-old Caesars Palace remains an icon of classic Sin City decadence. Caesars is one of the last old-school properties remaining, and few Las Vegas casinos can match it for atmosphere. But before you hit the table games, poker room or baccarat pit, mug up on the subject. The Gamblers General Store in Downtown Vegas has a library of “how to” gaming books, as well as gifts. If poker’s your game, head to the Bellagio, where you might see some of the world’s top players in action, or Downtown’s legendary Golden Nugget where you can match your skills with anonymous, grizzled veterans who look like they haven’t left their seat at the table in decades. If you’d rather stick to slots or video poker, head to the Palms, where the payouts are above average, or the off-Strip Gold Coast or Circus Circus, both of which offer great people-watching opportunities and glimpses of Vegas’ vintage past. read more

Apr 20, 2015 , 0