We break down how WiFi impacts, or is impacted by, your guests, owners, managers, employees and neighbors as it relates to vacation rentals and short term rentals.
Here are 5 reasons why we suggest using an expert for your vacation rental technology needs – including smart locks, thermostats, noise sensors and WiFi.
Our team had 5 key takeaways from the 2019 RezFest Conference. Read more about what trends we see in the Vacation Rental industry.
It is easy to get lost in the sea of smart home tech for Vacation Rentals. Here are the 5 items of technology that we recommend in a VR to keep your guests safe
Arriving in downtown Toronto was an amazing experience for me as I have not been there before and was very excited to see the night skyline. I must say, Toronto did not disappoint as the views were spectacular. In the city for business, I was lucky enough to have friends who live in Mississauga so they were happy to show me around and get me to my vacation rental.
There is a new trend in the Vacation Rental space that is causing a lot of managers and builders to scratch their heads and seek an educated professional’s opinion. That trend is: converting old apartment buildings, or building new ones, and turning them into “hotel-like” vacation rental buildings. Everything, including your WiFi network, becomes increasingly complex and requires more robust commercial hardware when you take on a project like this. Guest expectations are raising and this shifts the industry even further into a traditional hospitality model with a little Vacation Rental flare.
If you follow our social media, you’d know that we attended the Vacation Rental Management Association International Show (VRMA) this year and had an excellent time at the trade show MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
One of our favorite parts of the trade show was getting to meet the excellent vendors who were exhibiting at the show alongside us. Everything from towels to property management systems, there was a vendor for just about everything. It should come as no surprise, though, that the vendors we were particularly interested in were those with WiFi enabled tech.
We attended the Vacation Rental Management Association International Show (VRMA) this year and had an excellent time at the trade show MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Being our first time attending and exhibiting, we really weren’t too sure what to expect. Here we explain the top 3 pillars that we took away from our current and potential customers at this show:
I had the pleasure of spending the Canada Day long weekend in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. It’s a small province in Eastern Canada that boasts incredible seafood, everything Anne of Green Gables, and pristine beaches. This trip, my girl friends and I chose to rent an Airbnb cottage outside of Charlottetown, just a 15 minute drive from the beach or downtown. This being my first experience with Airbnb, I was curious to see how everything would work.