Holiday home rentals are becoming more and more popular thanks to all the advantages they offer, such as good value for money, more space and privacy.
But what do you have to have to bear in mind when looking for a holiday home? In Villas Holidays Costa Blanca we have created a list with a series of tips to take into account when in search of the ideal home for a holiday at the Costa Blanca.
The support of a reliable and professional agency
When booking your holiday home at the Costa Blanca it is essential to have the back of a rentals agency with a good reputation and years of experience in the market; after all, the house itself is part of the whole experience when organizing and booking your holidays, hence the importance of doing a bit of researching: how long has the business been on the run, the kind of homes offered in its catalogue and their clients’ feedback.
You should run away from online portals which are not obvious or transparent enough (run by telemarketing operators with little or no professionalism), and choose a business with a quality and personalized service from the first enquiry until the end of your stay (even once back home); like this, your holidays will be a wrap.
Villas Holidays Costa Blanca relies on many years of experience thanks to its predecessor, Alquileres Cresmarta, and with the support and trust of hundreds of happy clients. You can read more about the company here https://villasholidayscostablanca.com/en/company/.
Book in advance
Finding and booking where to stay during your holidays has many advantages; not only the fact that you will avoid the nightmare of homes low availability as peak season approaches but you will have a wide range of available houses where to choose from; without forgetting early bird booking offers!
Booking terms & conditions
¡Warning! Before booking any holiday home read carefully the terms & conditions that apply to your holiday home booking; they specify things such as the cancellation policy, payment conditions, contract changes, the rental price, the deposit or the arrival and departure times. By doing so, you will avoid unexpected surprises or misunderstandings.
Again, pay attention to the small print of online portals. Be suspicious if they don’t use a comprehensible language nor provide a physical address to submit any possible complaints.
These are the more “technical” elements to bear in mind when looking for a holiday home rental. The next post will go on with more “practical” tips.