Many of us spend so much time in the digital world that we forget CHBO guests have access to a total of five senses rather than just one. When a potential corporate housing rental guest looks at your listing, you should be impressing them with attractive photos. However, once that guests get to the dwelling, you need to impress all five senses. We’re here to tell you how!
When a guest looks at the photos in your listing, this is going to give them an idea of what to expect in your home. Sight is an important sense and making sure you give a guest what they want is crucial. Whatever you showed in those photos caught the eye of the guest and you want to ensure they get what they expected. That might mean a cozy family room with board games or a pristine kitchen with all the equipment.
If you want to really impress your guests, smell is the way to go. Something as simple as having a burning aromatherapy candle burning or a bouquet of flowers can make a huge difference in how someone views the space. Another great option is a plug-in oil diffuser with a clean scent like lemon, peppermint, or lavender. If you turn it on for a couple of hours before check-in, the scent will still be there, but it won’t be overpowering.
Sound isn’t something most of us think about when setting up a corporate apartment rental space for a guests, but it should be. Something as simple as playing classical or ambient music when guests arrive can make an impact. It’s easy to make a playlist on your phone and then sync it to the CHBO space using a Bluetooth speaker. Guests can easily turn it off, but they can also choose to enjoy it while unpacking and getting settled in.
There’s nothing better than having a snack and a drink after a long drive or flight and it’s easy to cater to those at your guests stays rental. Something as simple as having some cool drinks in the fridge and a bowl of fruit on the counter can really set the stage for a great stay. A welcome basket can be a good idea that you can tailor to different tastes. Make sure you have crunchy, salty, sweet, gluten-free, and vegan options to appeal to every guest.
The final sense is touch and appealing in a tactile sense is just as important as anything else. This can be done simply by having a soft throw blanket available on a couch or chair, so your guest feels taken care of during their stay. Once you apply all five senses in your corporate housing rental, you can be sure that guests will love every second in the space. It doesn’t take a whole lot of work and it can make a massive impact.
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