Vacation Rentals vs. Hotels – The Savings Could Surprise You

Vacation Rentals vs. Hotels - The Savings Could Surprise You

When we think about vacations, we often think of hotels and motels at one destination or another. When given the choice, most vacationers would prefer to rent a vacation home but have often felt the rental rate would not fit their budgets. Surprisingly, a growing number of vacation rental homes are available at costs equal to or less than many hotels and motels. Besides the initial savings, rental properties allow us more freedom and more space. Check out our rental properties and settle in for a nice, relaxing vacation. Below are some examples of the savings you may encounter when you opt for a vacation rental property over a hotel or motel.

Lake Tahoe is one of the premier vacation destinations in the country. We can offer a charming two-bedroom chalet within easy driving distance of several excellent ski resorts. Rates for this enchanting chalet begin at just $750 per week. Area motels average $119 per night. Get all the conveniences of home for less money than a standard motel room. Best of all, this chalet sleeps up to six people.

Siesta Key, Florida is rapidly becoming one of the premier beach destinations in the country. We can offer a two-bedroom, two-bath condo on the intercoastal waterway, just across the street Siesta Key beach. With room for six, this condo is a bargain at $650 per week. Compare that to a two-bedroom suite at a local motel for $219 per night.

Six people can sleep comfortably in one of our South Padre Island, Texas properties for about $840 per week. A large front deck offers bay views. This unit is a short stroll to the beach. Standard motel rooms in South Padre Island average about $119 per night. Upgrade to a luxury suite in one of the area motels and expect to spend $259 per night. Our rental properties provide our guests with all the comforts of home at a rate lower than local motels.

Imagine bringing 17 of your closest friends to beautiful Granville, Vermont for about $1,000 per week. This beautiful 4,000 square foot home sleeps 18. It is easy to feel at home in this lovely old two-story farmhouse located on four acres which back up to the Green Mountain National Forest. In this popular ski area, motels commonly rent for $132 per night for a room with two queen beds. Expect to spend between $375 and $500 per night at one of the area’s inns. Do the math. It all adds up to a great bargain when you rent one of our vacation properties.


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