hoosing a holiday country is a job in itself, it takes a lot of time to find the perfect holiday for you and your family. This article tells you the advantages and disadvantages of different holiday accommodations.
Bed and breakfast
Bed and Breakfasts have become very popular in recent years. The often small-scale accommodations have grown by as much as 20% in recent years. A Bed and Breakfast is a room that you can rent that is often just at people’s homes, which does not have a bar, restaurant or luxurious furnishings. The name says it all it is in fact just a sleep place and a breakfast. Compared to hotels, these ‘bedrooms’ are often extremely cheap. For people who travel, are on the road all day and do not value luxury, this is the perfect solution.
Hotels can be found everywhere, there is one on every street corner. However, the quality of the hotels can be terribly different. Often a hotel has a restaurant, bar and gym. For people who travel and are more of the luxury and amenities, a hotel is therefore the best solution. But many hotels also offer the option of an all-inclusive option, which includes everything including food and drinks.
You can often rent a villa in large seaside resorts by the sea. Many of these villas can be rented for 8-12 people. They often have a private swimming pool, sauna or jacuzzi. These types of villas can usually be booked in combination with a rental car to ensure that if you are by plane you can still transport yourself. The advantage of a holiday villa is that you have optimal privacy and do not have to take anything into account, but you do have to take care of the food and drinks that you consume during your stay.