3 Effective Ways to Beautify and Add Value to Your Vacation Rental

Beautify and Add Value to Vacation Rental
  • Author: Mohsin Khan
  • Posted On: January 4, 2022
  • Updated On: July 7, 2023

Just about everyone begins to glow when you mention the word “vacation.” And this is because most of us work pretty hard for what we have. As such, if you work hard, you probably also love to enjoy your free time as well.

Vacation rentals have long been a preferred getaway for those who want to steer clear of large resorts and crowded hotels. In fact, the COVID-19 pandemic actually made vacation rentals a preferred way to keep socially distanced while traveling in 2020 and 2021.

But if you’re in the market to invest in a vacation rental, you’ll have to make your listing attractive to potential renters if you ever hope to turn a profit.

Thankfully, there are a variety of ways to make your vacation rental more attractive and appealing, and many of these are fairly simple.

Here, we’ll explore how you can add value and appeal to your vacation rental.

Outdoor Amenities

An Attractive Outdoor Amenities looking Charming

If you think about it, whenever you check vacation rental listings, you’re probably looking for the most attractive deal that you can find. And certain elements that attract you to a property will likely be deciding factors when you finally decide on a rental.

One of the key elements that you’ll want to consider when attempting to add value to your vacation rental is the number of outdoor amenities that you can offer.

When you go on vacation, you want to have access to activities. And if you’re able to stay at a rental with a plethora of outdoor amenities, this would be a great selling point. As such, there are a few amenities that you might consider.

First, having outdoor recreation equipment such as beach equipment, volleyball nets, frisbees and the like are all great to have mentioned on your listing. Additionally, having a pool or a tennis court are definite selling points, and well worth the investments.

Spice Up Your Interior

If you’re going to be successful as a vacation rental owner, you’ll want to make your interior as inviting as possible. And this means that you’ll have to consider the demographic of the renters that you’ll be targeting.

For example, if you’re hoping to attract families to your vacation rental, you’ll want to think of the kids and incorporate elements that offer them a place to play and have fun. As such, installing colorful carpet tiling, or building a playroom and stocking it with toys and games is a great idea to have for your vacation rental.

Additionally, you’ll also want to choose inviting colors for your walls that won’t disturb the eye. Such colors to consider are soft blues, pastels, aquamarine, soft whites, and the like.

Have a Well-Stocked Kitchen

Families and vacationers on a budget will probably want to cook their own meals on occasion, even while they’re on vacation. Additionally, they may also want a cocktail or three, or enjoy a nice glass of wine.

Keeping a well-stocked kitchen and listing this as a feature for your vacation rental is a great way to rouse those potential guests who may want to enjoy the convenience of cooking at home on vacation.

In addition, furnishing your guests with a bottle of wine (included in the rental price) or a modestly stocked bar are actually huge selling points for any vacation rental.

Further, you’ll also want to ensure that you provide cooking utensils and cookware along with flatware, cups, glasses, and wine glasses as well. And believe it or not, but featuring this information on your vacation rental listing is sure to arouse interest in your property.

At the end of the day, there are a variety of ways to add value to your rental. And some of these can be as simple as adding a hot tub or even spicing up your landscaping design. Just remember, the more you invest, the more value you’ll create. And the more revenue you’ll be able to collect for your property.

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Author: Mohsin Khan

Mohsin has worked as one of the experienced editors with ConstructionHow since 2020 with a total span of 5 years of experience in business PR, boasting a remarkable professional trajectory, he has collaborated with entrepreneurs and startups, and certain publications over the last few years. His unwavering interest lies in the construction industry and related materials. He believes in creating functional and aesthetically pleasing buildings, and homes that fall under the right budget. With a wide range of experience in construction, he also tapped into DIY and home improvement projects based on his extensive set of knowledge in the industry.