Consider apartment and house rentals
If you are interested in a single-destination vacation, or are staying in one place and using it as a base for exploring the local area, renting an apartment or a house can be a good idea. However, it is not always possible to ensure quality beforehand, and you may be responsible for supplying your own bed linens, towels, etc.
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With my experience of hotels its not always possible to ensure quality across a franchise - staff, food, when was it last refurbished. The choice to self cater is one based on freedom and the additional space that you get.
I have found that you can do you best to ensure quality by plentiful research beforehand. There are a number of good resources homeaway.com, holidaylettings.co.uk and pureholidayhomes.com are my favorites
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