2. More Room, More Comfort
A real home away from home makes a much better holiday environment than a cramped hotel room with two queen beds and a minibar. You can settle in and spread out throughout the place, rather than everyone being on top of each other. Chances are you’ll have a full kitchen at your disposal, which is convenient for breakfasts or the occasional night in. You’ll probably have laundry facilities, which is essential when you’re traveling with kids or for an extended time frame. Different bedtimes are no trouble, as there are separate sleeping and living quarters. Perhaps there’s a balcony, barbecue, back yard or other amenities to enjoy. Hotels have their place and time, but a home makes such a welcoming oasis to return to after a busy day.