Most people in the vacation rental business know how important reviews are. Guests visit Trip Advisor or specific vacation rental sites to write a review. While these reviews are helpful, they are not professional travel guide reviews.
A professional travel guide review can be valuable in many ways.
Firstly, many reviews online are incomplete—with just a sentence or two or three. Secondly, the reviewers reflect different levels of taste and expectations. So, unprofessional reviews are not entirely accurate or representative of your vacation rental. Because Vacation Rental Brand has a working partnership with The Vacation Rental Travel Guide (VRTG), we offer professional property reviews by them.
We offer three levels of travel guide reviews—Silver is written off-site; while Gold and Platinum are written on-site by professional travel writers. All three are published in The Vacation Rental Travel Guide and include a VRTG seal valid for one year.
The advantages of professionally written reviews by VRTG include quality 2500-3500 word-length articles, as well as publication in their travel guide on Amazon Books. Our top-line articles are experiential and give an in-depth review of the attractions, restaurants, pubs, and grocery stores in the area of your vacation rental. VRTG articles read like a short story adventure and highlight the positive qualities of your vacation rental properties.
Travel Guide Review Sample #1
Small Details Lead to Greatness—West Hampton Beach, NY
The small details in all aspects of our lives are what lead to greatness and success. From relationships, to art, to cooking, to business, there is nothing more important than the “small things.” This rule also holds true for the aspects that make a house a home. This Westhampton Beach house brings all the small details together in perfect harmony to create an enchanting, warm, welcoming, comfortable home ideal for family gatherings, reunions, or weddings.
Travel Guide Review Sample #2
Croatian Déjà Vu—Trogir, Croatia
France is known for wine, Italy for pasta, Spain for bull-fighting, and Switzerland for banks. But just what is Croatia known for? In fact, where is Croatia?
Croatia is a small European country separated from Italy to the west by the Adriatic Sea with a coastline that includes some 1246 small islands. Croatia shares its northern border with Slovenia and a southern border with Montenegro. One of six countries of the former Yugoslavia, Croatia is a unique cultural and political blend of east and west; where its people now exuberantly celebrate their right to vote.
Travel Guide Review Sample #3
French Kiss—St. Tropez, France
Think of the word “French” and what comes to mind? Wine, the Eiffel Tower, and the Cote d’Azur. Now, combine “French” with “Kiss” and an entirely new image arises—lovers lips sealed in a passionate embrace. Movie lovers may conjure up thoughts of the 1995 Hollywood film, French Kiss. This romantic comedy, written by Adam Brooks and starring Meg Ryan and Kevin Kline combines all the greatest aspects of French culture into one fun-filled movie—comedy, love, wine, adventure and, of course, a kiss!
Deborah S. Nelson, Your Travel Writer & Editor
With years of travel writing experience, Deborah S. Nelson is the publisher of The Vacation Rental Travel Guide. She specializes in in-depth and positive third-party reviews of vacation rental properties. In the past few years, Ms. Nelson has written nearly 300 travel articles for major vacation rental booking sites and various other travel publications. Ms. Nelson is also the author of There is a Niche for Every Travel Itch, The Vacation Rental Owner’s Manual, and Don’t Let Them Steal Your Brand.
Sara Wright, Travel Researcher & Proofreader
Sara is the multi-talented and competent managing editor at Vacation Rental Brand. This includes the highly skilled design and editorial experience she brings to travel articles, blogs, and websites. As a multi-media person, she also helps with video creating and editing as well as proofreading. She has played a key role in the publishing of nearly 300 travel articles in the past few years.