You rent your accommodation on Airbnb or you want to start soon? Then you’re probably wondering what equipment you need to leave behind for your locataires. In fact, in addition to the basic requirements, there are certain elements that will allow you to satisfy your guests and make them more independent during their stay! So, we have prepared for you the list of the essential equipment and the “bonuses” that you could also add.

The must-haves

The basic items that must be provided in your rental are clean sheets, pillows, towels, soap and toilet paper. Also remember to specify in your ad if your accommodation is equipped with wifi, which has become a must for many travelers today! Also indicate if your accommodation has a free parking space. In order to reassure your travelers, you can indicate in your ad the security equipment (alarm, smoke detector or carbon monoxide detector).

Bonus items

In order to satisfy your travelers and to make them more autonomous during their stay, you can also provide them with shampoo, a hair dryer, an umbrella, an iron and an ironing board, laundry or feminine hygiene products. To make life easier for them, you can leave basic kitchen items (salt, pepper, olive oil, vinegar) and cleaning products at their disposal.

The good plan : the welcome kits

In order to find easily and cheaply all the elements mentioned above, you can buy or make a welcome kit for your tenants. This kit can be for example composed of basic elements for hygiene and cooking, or small welcome gifts (regional products, chocolates…). We advise you to take a look at La boutiques des Proprios, the ideal site to find your welcome kit.

The welcome booklet

In order to accompany your travelers during their stay, the welcome booklet is a must. You can specify in it the specificities of your accommodation and the functioning of the household appliances. You can also indicate which products and elements are available to your tenants. In short, the welcome booklet allows you to list all the useful information about your accommodation (wifi, digicode, useful numbers, good addresses nearby, practical information…).

Create you welcome booklet