Good sleeping environments
Guests expect a better night's sleep when they stay in a hotel or an Airbnb room than they do at home. A cold, calm, and dark environment is key to a good night's sleep. Light is kept out of the bedroom by using blackout curtains or blinds. Inexpensive eye-masks for your guests are also a good idea. Avoid air conditioners, televisions, and kitchen appliances with LED lighting, as well as clocks. This sort of light makes it difficult to sleep and is distracting. Check that the temperature in the room isn't too hot or too cool. Keep it somewhat cool if possible. Better keep the AC remote control on a bedside table. Also, make sure the room smells nice.
Because Airbnb visitors are generally only there for a short period of time, it is critical to make a strong first impression.
There are several types of mattresses that can be found in Airbnb bedrooms.
-The Memory Foam, a low maintenance mattress.
-The Innerspring, considered the classic mattress type, features a support structure constructed of a metal wire and spring system with padding on top for further support.
-The Hybrid, which provides a balance between the softness and hardness of the preceding varieties, making them an excellent choice for back, stomach, and side sleepers.
-The Latex. These are hypoallergenic and naturally resistant to mold and dust mites. They have better air circulation and last longer than most other types of mattresses.
Consider the colour white! White bedding has a beautiful and peaceful sense to it. Crisp white linens seem welcoming, and your guests can tell whether they're clean or soiled. If you use white linens for Airbnb, you will have the option of totally bleaching them if they become soiled. Select a bed linen set with a thread count of 250 or more. These are long-lasting, comfortable, and gentle on the skin.
Bathroom & Shower
Adding new white bath towels to your clean bedding is a fantastic idea. Fold them neatly and place them in a prominent spot for the visitors to see. Nothing compares a stack of soft, fluffy hand towels and washcloths waiting to be used after a relaxing shower at the end of a hard day.
The host's "thank you for booking" note is valued by guests. It is critical to be available as much as you can. What matters is that you make things simple for them - leave them notes or a nice house handbook in the room with information like where to find items and how to use particular equipment.