The Christmas vacations are fast approaching, and with them all the questions surrounding the festive season. So how do you adapt your accommodation and what kind of attention should you pay to your guests in the New Year?

1. Attention to detail

As you can imagine, one of the first things you think of when you think of New Year’s Eve is champagne! So why not leave a bottle in the fridge for your customers to enjoy?

Don’t forget to keep a few pretty cuts in your cupboards. It will always come in handy later. You’ll find them everywhere: Carrefour, Maison du Monde… There’s no need to splurge, just make sure there’s enough for all your customers.

You can also go a step further and suggest :

  • A box of chocolate
  • A party kit: cotillions, hats…
  • Some disguises: wigs, glasses…

And don’t forget to adapt your decor to the season. We give you a helping hand
right here
. This is very important for the cosy effect.

These special touches will make your customers happy, and they’ll have a great time thanks to you! If you want to take it a step further and make them laugh, you can prepare a first-aid kit with Doliprane for the next day!

2. Adapt your welcome booklet and your speech

It’s important to please your customers, but make sure they respect the rules at home.

For example, you can specify the maximum number of people allowed in your home, the rules in force in the event of breakage, and the constraints in terms of noise pollution for neighbors.

Among the positive things you can list:

  • Restaurants offering a festive menu
  • All-night bars and clubs
  • The best vantage points for viewing fireworks
  • The traditional New Year’s menu in your area and where to buy the ingredients to make it

Try to think of everything you can do to ensure that your customers enjoy their New Year’s Eve in the best possible way, while respecting your home!

 

Adapting your home for the holidays isn’t always easy, but with your StyQR digital welcome booklet, you’ll have every chance of success! Don’t forget to update it!