It can be hard to convince family members that they would be more comfortable in staying in a hotel, but it can be well worth having the difficult conversation with them if it leads to a more relaxing visit for everyone. Here are some of the advantages to remind them about:
Wake up on your own schedule
At a hotel you can slip the 'do not disturb sign' on the door, but at your home, your guests are likely to be woken up by your kids, your pets or just you heading to work in the mornings.
These days, pretty much everyone uses some sort of mobile device with internet connection capability. This is particularly the case with business travellers who may need to get online to check their emails or access files either in the Cloud or via their office network system. But how can you be sure that you're safe to surf using the free WiFi connection offered by your lodgings?
How to surf safely on hotel WiFi
When you are out of town on a business trip and staying in motels in unfamiliar cities, the experience can be a lonely one. Away from your family and your home comforts, it might seem like all you have to look forward to is an evening of television. If you are staying in a motel for an extended period of time, that absence from home and family can affect you with even greater force.
It can be tempting for couples who are getting married to choose the location of their wedding reception venue based on the overall look of the venue. However, choosing the nicest location may end up costing much more money in the long run – especially if you haven't asked the right questions about the venue, or considered the needs of your guests. Here are some questions to consider asking the owners of prospective wedding reception venues, to help you make the perfect choice.