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Benefits to B&B Spa Getaways


B&B Spa Getaways

    1. At a B&B, there is one concierge for a handful of guests, as opposed to one concierge for hundreds of guests.
    2. Many B&B guests feel more secure staying at B&Bs rather than hotels, because there are fewer people going in and out, and the innkeepers generally keep an eye on what’s going on at the property.
    3. Peace and quiet. Many B&Bs are not built next to freeways or busy downtown roads (although some are in the heart of urban areas).
    4. Homemade granola. Locally roasted coffee. Organic ingredients. These are some things you would more likely encounter at a B&B.
    5. Free high-speed Internet. Many inns these days offer complimentary Internet access, and many have a free “business station” for printing boarding passes or other documents.
    6. Luxury textiles—many inns have luxury bed linens and bathrobes for you to enjoy. Your typical off-the-freeway hotel doesn’t invest in this kind of luxury.
    7. Group get-togethers. Many innkeepers will allow groups to book the entire B&B for fun getaways, like board game weekends, girlfriend getaways, weddings, etc.
    8. Many pet-friendly B&Bs will welcome your four-legged friends with their own amenity baskets and plenty of places to take nice walks.
    9. One of the many factors that make staying at a B&B more exciting than at a homogenized hotel is that each B&B is created out of and representative of its environment, so each place has its own character that give you a taste of local flavor and lifestyle.
    10. A large hotel cannot come close to matching the little touches that make a stay in a bed and breakfast entirely unique. When you know what you require for your stay to be successful and you match it up to the bed and breakfast that can deliver all those things, you’ve set yourself up to have the perfect excursion.


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