These are the ways in which luxury villas excel, and may be a good fit for your vacation style.
• Mainstream: In some resort destinations, villa and home (or apartment) rentals have been established for decades. Here, villa renters are respected and treated like honorary residents.
• Privacy: Typically, villas are private homes where your neighbors are not on the other side of the wall, as in a hotel. Your pool, beachfront, dock, etc. are not shared. And your parking spot is right there
• Quiet: Villas are usually in quiet parts of town away from main streets, with no hotel or street noise
• Design: Luxury villas are often impressive, one-of-a-kind properties such as castles, châteaux, penthouses, ski chalets, or modern beach houses
• Live-in: Luxury villas are usually comfortable homes equipped with kitchen, deck, pool, hot tub, laundry room, and other amenities
• Space: Luxury villas are generally bigger than all but the largest hotel suites
• Group suitability: With multiple bedrooms and bathrooms, villas can provide a better “friends and family” experience than a block of hotel rooms
Value: Luxury villa rates compare well with hotels, especially for stays of a week or more. And having a kitchen (and sometimes a chef on call) moderates restaurant expenses
• Pet-friendly: As private homes, villas tend to be more welcoming to furry visitors than all the most pet-friendly hotels
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