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good advice! I try to leave a welcome note on sideboard for arrival. also, I leave a stack of local postcards for renters to choose freebies from...they seem to appreciate it.
I'd like to have something in the condo or provide an experience, a momento/souvenir/treat that they will appreciate, remember and is, of course, easy and inexpensive. Custom hat? Calendar? Chocolate? Any ideas? Thank you! Tuck
Yes these are all good advice,thank you ; it's what I do, and sometimes without knowing people, and when they arrive tired, is more difficult. I use to leave water in the fridge, and always flowers in pots. Warm regards, Isabel Otero
This is all well and good, but if you are 3,000 miles away from your vacation rental, some of the suggestions become difficult and your manager does not want to spend the time to write personal notes and check out all their rentals in a very detailed manner. Most managers leave it up to their cleaning crew and in my experience, they are in and out as fast as they can to get on to the next rental.
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