Being mindful of noise levels is essential, especially if you’re staying in a shared building or neighbourhood. Keep in mind that walls might be thinner than in a traditional hotel, so lowering the volume on late-night TV or music ensures a peaceful coexistence with neighbours.
Report Issues Promptly
If you encounter any issues during your stay, such as a malfunctioning appliance or a maintenance concern, report it to your host promptly. They will appreciate your diligence in helping to maintain the property and will be more likely to address the problem promptly.
Be Security Conscious
Ensure the security of the property by locking doors and windows when you leave. Treat the keys or access codes with care and follow any security measures outlined by the host. This not only protects the property but also contributes to a sense of safety for both guests and hosts.
Check Out Gracefully
When it’s time to check out, do so gracefully. Follow any check-out procedures provided by the host, leave the property in good condition, and express your gratitude. A positive check-out experience ensures a lasting impression and may open the door for future stays.