Villa news -> Rent villas in Italy
Renting a villa is no longer a luxury but a way to save money. Large and small, with pools and terraces overlooking the bay and the vineyards, for three people or a great company - a great many choices of homes and many of them aren’t worse, but even better than hotel rooms with one or two rooms. www.rentvillasin.com tells of regions where you want to go looking for villas, nuanced booking, as well as popular areas in which you should definitely rent a house.
Where to look
Overseas rental cottages or villas for holiday vacation time has long become something ordinary. So it turns out to be more friendly and more profitable, because a few rooms in a hotel in most cases are more expensive than the shot on the same period house.
How to book
Most of the houses (which in most cases, proudly referred to as villas) represent a comfortable home with furniture, kitchen appliances, air conditioners and swimming pool sometimes, often close to the coastline and overlooking the sea. All the characteristics of future housing is usually well described by the site, but still be alert, paying attention to details. For example, two identical homes can be described quite differently - just because one of them uses air conditioning (or Wi-Fi) included in the price, but not in others. For an additional fee, the house can "accompany" a person for cleaning. Sometimes, even to cook. A modest villa with all amenities will cost 150-250 euro per day (depending on the season and on the number of beds). The house usually fits at least 6-8 people, which is convenient and quite beneficial for a large family or a group of young people. Booking a villa on the internet is a little bit different from booking a hotel room. Most sites act the same algorithm. First you need to fill out the form with brief information about yourself and indicate the vending house (it is useful to keep in mind several options - in case one of the cottages will be occupied). After that you will contact us, which will need to be spread by a pair of written messages, and to clarify some details - for example, the arrival date, the exact distance to the beach and the presence of the crib. Do not hesitate to ask to send some more pictures of the villa of your future (in addition to those already on the site) - and finally dot the "I" and make a decision. Having made your choice, be prepared to part with the money - you need to translate a prepayment equal to 20-30 percent of the rental cost (often it can be done by credit card, but possible options are the transfers through Western Union or PayPal). The remaining amount is awarded for the person at hand, on your arrival - just at the threshold of the villa, although this depends on personal arrangements. Prepare a deposit to the landlord (approximately a week rental price), which will remain with him until you leave his house, as a guarantee for the preservation of his property. You can pay this amount in cash, or it will be frozen on your credit card. In Italy, villas cost low and it really makes sense to look at the beach resorts of regions of Lazio and the Riviera di Ulisse . From there, by the way, it is easy to get to Rome , when on holiday will want to see the Italian capital. The resorts of San Remo ,Genoa , Portofino and Viareggio remove the wealthy mansions of the public, but Sicily could be affordable for almost any tourist - it is considered that the accommodation on the island is 20 percent cheaper than in the rest of the country. Most important is to keep an eye on a house at least a month before your arrival.