On a recent trip to the Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado we spent a night in Denver at a suite hotel about a block away from 16th St. Mall in Denver. The total cost for the night was $253 which included $34 for valet parking, for one king bed and a fold out couch for the kids that was in a separate section away from the bedroom. This rate was for July midweek. The hotel was immaculate. The hotel served a small dinner that included salads, cheeses and other various snacks as well as a happy hour. Breakfast was also included which was your standard american fare (eggs, sausages, various cereals and pastries). The hotel also included an indoor pool and gym.
Being we were only going to be there for one night we opted for the hotel versus staying at an AirBnb or vacation rental close to town.
As a host take a look to see if there is anything that you could add in your vacation rental or AirBnb that would help you compete against a suite hotel such as this.offer for longer stays travelers.
No rickety fan’s here. This room decor was very modern.
A radio clock with mp3 jack by the bed.
This is a great lamp by the bed. Your guest will be able to plugin all their gadgets right next to them without needing to go behind the bed or furniture to find the outlet.
All white bedding! As we stated in our bedroom section all white is what your will find at most quality hotels and something you consider for your guest.
Plenty of bedding, hangars, iron and ironing board.
White towels and wash cloths in the bathroom. Similar to the bedding the towels and wash cloths should be white as well.
Don’t forget to have a quality shower head. Guest hate going to a rental and finding a cheap shower head!
This is the daily menu that was posted on the refrigerator.
Don’t forget the small things like this paper towel holder.
Even has a toaster with no crumbs!
All the cooking utensils you need for a short visit.
A very clean refrigerator and dishwasher.
A non-stained coffee post with coffee. Even some microwavable popcorn!