How to write a welcome letter to your guests
Are you ready to welcome the guests to your short-rental apartment in Paris? Write them a welcome letter to make them feel at home! Here are a couple of tips about how to do it easily.
Communicating properly with your guests will make them come back to your short rental accommodation more than once. Here’s what to write in the welcome letter addressed to short-term rental guests.
A welcome letter to your guests
Customization is one of the keys to making your welcome message unique. Don’t worry, you don’t have to write a unique letter for each guest! But, you should always make sure that you customize your template to communicate as unique a message as possible to them. How to do it? Add the names of the arriving guests.
Use the welcome letter to remind guests of the exact address of your property, to avoid problems when returning after a day out. Don’t forget to include tips, advice, and everything related to your property that could be useful for your guest. The description of the short-rentals apartment is very important! Most landlords usually leave a welcome book next to the welcome letter. There, guests can find all the detailed information about the property, the surrounding areas, and any other extras.
Even if you have already given your guests all local emergency numbers, it is good to leave your contact details or those of the Property Manager once again.
Remind guests to report any type of problem or aspect that does not satisfy them within 24 hours of arrival so that you can organize to find a solution as soon as possible.
Last but not least, your welcome letter is where you give tips about things to do, see, visit, and experience to make.
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