My place is close to
1. Malad and Goregaon Railway Station
2. Close Proximity to Business areas, Malls, Restaurants, Parks, Basic Amenities
3. Easy Connectivity to Link road and Highway.
You’ll love my place because of tastefully designed rooms and hospitality
It provides a clean and homely experience for guests.
My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), and big groups.
The goal is to make my guests feel welcomed and comforted and like they have space to be on their own as well as ways to connect and be involved with the house. Some basics I practice for welcoming any guest:
Pre-visit: Two days before a visit, I like to do a deep clean around the house, do laundry and stock up on essentials. The extra day ahead of their arrival allows time for laundry delays, etc.
Basic Information: I always email and text my address, phone number, transportation information and my Wifi network and password two days before someone arrives. That way they have two ways to find their way to your home without getting lost.
Keys: Having a copy of the keys for my guest is always nice. It allows them to come and go as they please. I like to offer my suggestions for places in the area to get coffee, shop, find transportation and eat.
Nothing makes guests feel more welcomed than having a few creature comforts. In addition to freshly changed sheets on the bed, I ensure the bathrooms are freshly cleaned before their arrival and after their departure.
Food: I hate having to dirty my kitchen with a ton of dishes when someone’s visiting. So to cut down on cooking/cleaning stress, I recommend to make some simple recipes ahead of time that keep well in the fridge.
Saying Goodbye: A thank you note, call or email is a must. Letting someone know you appreciate their hospitality always goes far in being welcomed back again and again.
After They’re Gone: I think it’s nice to follow up with an email, letter or text to let my all guest know how much i enjoyed having them.