Planning a trip? If you are, you need to book a place to stay. Today, there are more options than ever when it comes to travel accommodations. Keep reading to learn the difference between Airbnbs and hotels.
If you are going on a trip with your family or a group of friends, you want a lot of space. When you stay in a hotel, the living space and sleeping space are usually combined and there is not much privacy. However, when you opt for an Airbnb, there is usually more space. Airbnbs can be entire properties with private bedrooms, living spaces, and even outdoor spaces.
Traveling can be expensive, especially when you are eating at restaurants every day. Hotels don’t have kitchens, so you can’t prepare meals during your stay. However, many Airbnb properties do have kitchens. This means you can save some money during your vacation by spending money on groceries and cooking at your Airbnb.
If you plan on using your phone or laptop during your trip, you want a strong Wi-Fi connection so you can post on social media, watch Netflix, or FaceTime with friends. Hotel Wi-Fi is notorious for being of poor quality, but Airbnb rental properties usually have free, strong Wi-Fi.
Airbnbs get you more bang for your buck. When you are booking travel accommodations, you want to get your money’s worth. You could pay to stay at a cheap hotel, but this uncomfortable living space can make your trip unpleasant. When you choose to spend your money on an Airbnb property, even if it is more expensive, you can enjoy a more comfortable and private living space that may even come with greater amenities.
Some Airbnb properties have the things you didn’t even know you needed. You can find Airbnbs with a washer and dry, private pool, entertainment systems, beautiful views, games, and more.
Looking for a vacation property in Greenport? Opt for a Costa Verde Airbnb property. Our Greenport two-bedroom waterfront property has a bonus detached cabana with a sixth bedroom, a full bathroom, a kitchenette, and access to a private beach. We also have six-bedroom waterfront property with a huge private beach, a massive second story, and breathtaking views of the Long Island Sound. To book your stay, visit our website today!