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Hoteliers voted AxisRooms as the #3 Vacation Rental Software provider in the 2021 HotelTechAwards
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100 out of 100
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AxisRooms came into existence with the consolidation of need, experience and tough grind by three of the medalist’s in the Travel & Hospitality industry. In the year 2011, compa...

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Hoteliers voted Maxxton as the #3 Vacation Rental Software provider in the 2021 HotelTechAwards
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96 out of 100
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Maxxton Software is built out of the largest hospitality industry players’ inside knowledge and experience over more than 20 years. We offer in-depth knowledge and expertise in ...

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Hoteliers voted Maxxton as the #3 Vacation Rental Software provider in the 2021 HotelTechAwards
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Hoteliers voted Guesty as the #3 Vacation Rental Software provider in the 2021 HotelTechAwards
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85 out of 100
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Guesty is the ultimate property management platform for short-term and vacation rentals. Our end-to-end solution simplifies the complex operational needs that property managers fa...

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Hoteliers voted Guesty as the #3 Vacation Rental Software provider in the 2021 HotelTechAwards
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Hoteliers voted Streamline Vacation Rental Software as the #3 Vacation Rental Software provider in the 2021 HotelTechAwards
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Streamline Vacation Rental Software

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83 out of 100
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Built by property managers for property managers, Streamline Vacation Rental Software is smart, modern, powerful, and truly one of a kind. With more than a decade of innovation an...

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Hoteliers voted Streamline Vacation Rental Software as the #3 Vacation Rental Software provider in the 2021 HotelTechAwards
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Hoteliers voted Kigo as the #3 Vacation Rental Software provider in the 2021 HotelTechAwards
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66 out of 100
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Designed to maximize revenue and streamline operations, Kigo allows vacation rental managers and owners to spend less time managing more properties. Kigo is a web-based, scalable ...

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Hoteliers voted Kigo as the #3 Vacation Rental Software provider in the 2021 HotelTechAwards
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Hoteliers voted CiiRUS Vacation Rental Software as the #3 Vacation Rental Software provider in the 2021 HotelTechAwards
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CiiRUS Vacation Rental Software

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57 out of 100
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The mission of the CiiRUS team is to provide the highest quality software, most innovative technology, and the highest level of customer service in the Vacation Rental Software In...

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Hoteliers voted Barefoot Technologies Corp as the #3 Vacation Rental Software provider in the 2021 HotelTechAwards
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Barefoot Technologies

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55 out of 100
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Barefoot Technologies offers one of the most innovative and flexible, cloud-based vacation rental software solutions. Working with Barefoot is about more than a conversation about...

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Hoteliers voted Lodgify as the #3 Vacation Rental Software provider in the 2021 HotelTechAwards
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49 out of 100
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Lodgify is focused on building direct channel technology which empowers vacation rental owners and property managers to create a professional website and grow direct bookings, fre...

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Hoteliers voted Hostaway as the #3 Vacation Rental Software provider in the 2021 HotelTechAwards
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31 out of 100
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"Hostaway is a unique vacation rental software that offers deep channel integrations and support. Hostaway provides property managers with the flexibility of the most advanced sol...

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Hoteliers voted Hostaway as the #3 Vacation Rental Software provider in the 2021 HotelTechAwards
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Hoteliers voted iGMS as the #3 Vacation Rental Software provider in the 2021 HotelTechAwards
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29 out of 100
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Manage vacation rental properties across various channels. Embrace automation and forget about double-bookings with our powerful integrations.

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Vacation Rental Software vs. Hotel Software (What's the Difference?)

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Hotel Tech Report
1 year ago

‘Hotel tech’ has been a catchall for the various segments of hospitality. It’s even in our name: Hotel Tech Report, where we distinguish between property types as a means of connecting hospitality professionals to the best software for their property. In a recent session on the future of property management software at HomeAway’s RezFest, the conversation around the trajectory of vacation rental technology highlighted how the needs of the industry diverge sufficiently from hotels to merit its own category. In comments reported by PhocusWire’s Jill Menze, one solution provider preferred the term “vacation rental software” to reflect these divergent needs: “The answer is simple: We aren’t property management software companies,” says Vinny Dicarlo, chief operations officer at Ciirus Vacation Rental Software. “We’re using the concept of ‘property management’ based on what hotels or long-term rentals were doing. We should change the term; it should be vacation rental software.” Vacation rental websites and hotel booking sites are converging as is the software used by each segment of the industry. Indeed, many of the technology solutions overlap between these two segments of hospitality -- but there are some critical distinctions. With this view in mind, what exactly is the difference between vacation rental technology and hotel technology?   Hotel Management vs. Vacation Rental Management To understand how technologies differ, we first need to understand how the products themselves differ: Hotels Vacation rentals Hotels priced per room Vacation rentals priced per unit Multiple room types, bookable individually or as a block One room type per booking (either shared room, private room, or whole home) Leans towards standardized Leans towards individualized Large databases of previous customers Small (or non-existent) databases Amenities may be extra Amenities usually included Upsells common Upsells rare Highly collaborative staff, large teams Less staff, small teams Ongoing recruitment of new staff Employee light On-site amenities require software No on-site amenities to manage via software In-house housekeeping and maintenance Mix of in-house and third-party (depending on size of property manager) GDS for broad distribution, plus direct booking Specialized booking channels for short-term rentals, direct booking less frequent Loyalty/CRM across properties Loyalty/CRM limited to vacation rental management company brand More guests; more complex reputation management Fewer guests; increased importance of quality of reviews   Vacation Rental Management 'Jobs to Be Done' Efficient operations matter to vacation rental profitability. Systemized operations keep the rental in top-shape for each new booking, with automations and checklists helping to maintain a consistent guest experience. Since most vacation rentals are whole homes, there are far more things to manage when making a vacation rental “guest ready” than with a standard hotel room. The size of checklists is much longer, as is the list of items that need to be checked and potential maintained regularly: individual hotel rooms rarely have hot water heaters, while most vacation rentals do, for example. The average vacation rental requires more operational finesse. Given this complexity, vacation rentals have far different needs for their property management software when compared to hotels. Other areas that vacation rental software must distinguish itself from standard hotel technology: Integration with other services. From third party cleaning services to maintenance and repairs, good vacation rental software facilitates the logistics of managing many vendors in one place. Also: must work reliably with various smart home devices for remote management. Guest communications. Constant and consistent guest communications is essential for vacation rentals. Whether pre-booking or for an emergency during a stay, 24/7 support via multiple communications channels is different for vacation rentals than hotels. Intelligent routing and AI-driven support help property managers be more responsive to guest communications. Check-in/check-out management. Without a front desk to welcome guests, there has to be a process in place for key/code management, welcome packet, and overall welcome. Proper vacation rental software makes this happen. Website and marketing. Direct booking is also a focus for vacation rentals; however, these sites often do better when fully integrated into a property’s management software for seamless bookings and real-time calendar updates. Mobile too. Works well on mobile, since many property managers are out in the field. On-the-go property management is typical so functionality cannot be limited. There's also a lot of coordination between parties that are not stationed on-site, which creates the potential for lapses in communication that affect the guest directly. Whereas hotels have crews on property, vacation rentals often do not. For example, what happens when the property manager forgets to tell the cleaners about an early check-in? The guest is frustrated, and, despite the team’s best intentions, the property looks disorganized. Vacation rental software alleviates these issues through automation and functionality that enhance transparency across the vacation rental operation. Image Source   Pricing Software for Vacation Rentals Hotels often have teams of revenue managers and data analysts; vacation rentals much less so. The most profitable property managers leverage tools, such as BeyondPricing, to accurately forecast the types of properties in the highest demand among a destination’s key demographics. While hotels also use this type of data-driven dynamic pricing, vacation rentals have unique needs that require specialized pricing optimization and revenue management. Since vacation rentals don't have many room types, revenue management is even more important. There's no making up lost revenue from a mispriced room; If unit is booked, it needs to be booked for the highest possible price. The only way to do this is to have dynamically priced inventory that accounts for both local availability and inbound demand. Pricing optimization must also be as seamless and automated as possible. With fewer staff resources at vacation rentals, tools must be more automated than their hotel tech counterparts.   Short Term Rental Demand and Hotel Demand are Converging but NOT the Same While demand data matters to both hotels and vacation rentals, it matters in different ways. For example, it's much harder to know how many vacation rentals may be in the pipeline for a given market. Property managers could look at total permits issued, and any limits imposed by the city. But some rentals may be incognito, so there’s less understanding of how inventory will impact future pricing. Another difference with demand data is which types of properties are popular with which demographics. As vacation rentals are less standardized as far as amenities, design, and guest experience, there are deeper nuances when it comes to demand data. For example, if Chinese demand is increasing locally, it’s important to not just work to gain visibility in local booking channels but also to tweak amenities during periods of high demand to accommodate traveler preferences. Data delivers these insights, especially for off-peak demand generation, says Dicarlo: “It’s all about Asia and working with a channel in that market. If I didn’t have data, I’d assume Chinese people travel in summer, but they travel in February or March.” The way traveler data is aggregated is also quite different with vacation rentals, said HomeAway President John Kim in another session, as there’s a different imperative for larger booking platforms to facilitate better use of data: “We have to combine all data from travelers so we can build useful products in all of these environments and change quickly for interactions we haven’t even yet seen.” The thread here is that the way data is captured, presented, and acted upon is different enough to merit standalone solutions for the vacation rental industry.   Agility Matters in the Growing Vacation Rental Industry Freedom from legacy technology allows vacation rental software to be nimble and evolve alongside -- or even ahead of -- the growing industry. Old technology hinders progress, as hospitality operations mold to limitations rather than grow with innovations. Vacation rentals need the agility to integrate and build a software backbone that supports each unique operation. Ciirus’ DiCarlo sees this ability to change as a core differentiator, saying: “There have been hotels since day one. That industry is set in stone. To get them to change how they do business is very hard. [Vacation rental software has] the ability to change because we’re not a 4,000-year-old industry or old technology. If we use data correctly, the way we do business isn’t set in stone.” For property managers looking for the best vacation rental software, we’ll continue to offer a comprehensive view into solutions targeted to this growing segment. In an industry challenged by change, candid insights into hospitality solutions foster transparency and encourage partners to serve such a dynamic industry better. Agility pays dividends in today’s hospitality industry!   Browse honest reviews to find the ideal vacation rental software or hotel software for your property.

The 50 Best Vacation Rental Websites for Travelers in 2021

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Adrienne Fors
5 months ago

Searching for that perfect vacation rental? Or maybe you’re looking for sites to list your own property? Finding the best vacation rental websites for your needs isn’t always easy. In this article, we’ll introduce you to over 50 unique vacation rental websites, including global, regional, and niche sites. By the end of this article, you’ll probably have bookmarked a few sites you want to visit again and again.     The Most Popular Vacation Rental Websites If you’ve booked a vacation rental before - or if you manage one - you’re probably familiar with at least a few of these top sites. Airbnb: One of the world’s most popular vacation rental booking sites which includes entire homes, private rooms, and shared spaces. Vrbo: Originally known as “Vacation Rentals by Owner,” Vrbo specializes in traditional vacation rental properties, like homes and condos, with a focus on leisure travelers.     HomeAway: HomeAway’s parent company, the Expedia Group, also owns Vrbo. Expedia Group recently retired the HomeAway brand, so HomeAway.com now redirects to Vrbo. Booking.com: The most popular booking site in the world, which includes not only vacation rentals, but also hotels, hostels, resorts, and more. Expedia: Originally a hotel booking site, Expedia now includes listings for vacation rental homes, apartments, and villas in addition to hotels, resorts, and motels. Hotels.com: Contrary to its name, you can find all types of vacation rentals on Hotels.com, which offers the same properties as its parent site, Expedia. Tripadvisor: This site is more than a place to read reviews; Tripadvisor’s Rentals page shows listings for homes, condos, apartments, villas, and more.     FlipKey: Part of the Tripadvisor family, FlipKey is known for traditional vacation rental properties (like Vrbo), and it has a global footprint.   Vacation Rental Meta-Search Sites There’s no need to click around to try to find the best deal; a vacation rental meta-search site will do the clicking for you and aggregate search results from vacation rental booking sites like Vrbo and Booking.com. Tripping.com: Compare results from popular booking sites, apply filters, and read reviews for properties around the world on this vacation rental-specific meta-search site. HomeToGo: This site lets you enter dates and a destination to find the perfect vacation rental, then directs you to that vacation rental’s website or OTA to complete your reservation.     Wimdu: Like its sister company HomeToGo, Wimdu aggregates search results for vacation rental properties on a variety of OTAs with a focus on urban and European destinations. Trivago: Compare not only hotels, but also vacation rentals on Trivago, which is known for its catchy advertisements and immense search results. Kayak: Though it might be best known as an airfare comparison tool, Kayak also offers meta-search functionality for apartments, condos, and homes.     Regional Vacation Rental Sites Traveling to a particular corner of the world? These regional vacation rental sites focus on a particular country or market. Agoda Homes: As the vacation rental arm of hotel booking giant Agoda, this site lists over 1 million homes and apartments in markets throughout Asia.     Clickstay: This Europe-focused site lists apartments, villas, cottages, and homes in destinations like Tenerife, Tuscany, and Ibiza, plus a handful of listings in non-Europe markets. Just Holidays: Formerly known as Euro Direct Rentals, Just Holidays specializes in home rentals in European destinations and has an ever-changing “specials” page. Holiday Lettings: Now part of the Tripadvisor family, this UK-based site got its start with cottages in the English countryside, but you can book vacation rentals in Europe and beyond today. The Holiday Let: Another UK-based site, The Holiday Let offers vacation rentals throughout Europe and in leisure destinations like Thailand and the United States. Abritel: The French-language version of Vrbo is one of the most popular travel booking sites in France, where French-speaking travelers can book homes around the world in their own language.  Traum Ferienwohnungen: This hugely popular German website is a favorite among German travelers looking for vacation rentals across the globe.     Fe-Wo Direkt: Of course, we can’t talk about German vacation rental sites without mentioning Fe-Wo Direkt, which is now part of the Vrbo family and shows the same listings as you’ll find on the English Vrbo site. Tripz: Find vacation homes across the United States on Tripz - from cozy cabins in the Smoky Mountains to luxurious oceanfront villas in Hawaii. Find American Rentals: This site focuses on vacation rentals in the United States and stands apart because it doesn’t charge a booking fee. Cottages in Canada: The rustic Canadian cottage of your dreams awaits! Find it on this site, which lists over 3,000 vacation rentals throughout Canada.     Vacation Caribbean Rentals: Planning a trip to the Caribbean? Search for and book vacation rentals in Caribbean destinations like Jamaica and Barbados on this specialized site. Florida Rentals: Traveling to the Sunshine State? Florida Rentals’ niche is vacation homes, apartments, condos, and villas in Florida only - from Key West to the Panhandle.   Luxury Vacation Rental Sites Looking to splurge on a five-star villa or vacation home? These sites are known for their service-oriented and stylish listings. Plum Guide: This uber-selective site chooses to list only the most unique and luxurious homes in destinations like Palm Springs, the Hamptons, and the Cotswolds.     Luxury Retreats: Now a subsidiary of Airbnb, Luxury Retreats offers 24/7 concierge service and a collection of 4,000+ homes and villas that meet its 240-point quality assessment. Villaway: This site provides dedicated concierge service, airport pick-ups, and tour bookings along with luxury homes and villas in destinations like St. Barths and Maui. Villas of Distinction: Find your ideal villa - whether it has a tennis court or a home theater - in destinations throughout the Caribbean, Asia, Europe, and the United States. All Luxury Apartments: This booking site focuses on high-end apartments in urban destinations like Paris, New York City, and Barcelona, with a few in resort destinations too. Oliver’s Travels: Vacation homes on this site must pass a rigorous evaluation in order to be listed, so you can avoid any unexpected surprises upon check-in - plus you can check if the home is baby- or kid-friendly.     Stay One Degree: Like a vacation rental country club, this members-only program lets you book an exclusive selection of homes and meet fellow travelers. Niche Vacation Rental Sites Searching for something unique? These sites focus on a particular niche - whether it’s family travelers or long-term stays. Kid & Coe: Traveling with small children? Kid & Coe’s collection of luxury homes consists of only those that welcome the youngest travelers and provide amenities like cribs, kids’ dishes, and toys.     Love Home Swap: Also geared toward travelers with kids, Love Home Swap arranges home swaps between traveling families. It gives a new meaning to “living like a local!” CoolStays: Why stay in a boring vacation rental? CoolStays lists properties that are not your average vacation home; expect to find treehouses, tents, castles, farmhouses, and even a windmill. Homestay: While some vacation rentals offer a completely self-service experience, Homestay’s properties encourage you to have interaction with your host, whether it be at meals or by helping out with tasks around the house. Misterb&b: Find apartments and homes that welcome LGBTQ travelers on this popular site, which has over 1 million listings and donates a percentage of sales to LGBTQ organizations.     Innclusive: Aiming to combat racism in the travel industry, Innclusive helps travelers find vacation homes where they’ll feel welcome and accepted by hiding the traveler’s photo until the booking is complete Outdoorsy: Looking for a vacation rental on wheels? RV rental site Outdoorsy matches you with RVs, campers, and vans listed by over 15,000 owners. Blueground: Staying for a while? Blueground offers furnished apartments for stays over 30 days in cities like Los Angeles, Boston, and Paris.   Vacation Rental Brands & Management Companies Sometimes you don’t want to gamble on a vacation rental - it could be great, but it could be a disaster. Vacation rental brands and management companies provide consistency and peace of mind for travelers who want a high-quality experience. Interhome: The world’s biggest vacation rental management company, Interhome, manages over 50,000 homes, primarily in European destinations, and even has brick-and-mortar offices which offer guest service in person.     Sonder: As one of the largest vacation rental brands, Sonder has over 12,000 units in its portfolio, all of which embody the company’s passion for design and technology. Domio: This brand aims to deliver a vacation rental-style experience with the consistency of a hotel, and guests can earn and redeem loyalty perks through the Domio Rewards program. Kasa: With properties in urban and suburban markets throughout the United States, Kasa provides a modern, comfortable experience for not only vacationers, but also corporate travelers and groups. Vacasa: Focusing on vacation destinations like Hilton Head, Orlando, and Galveston, Vacasa’s massive portfolio includes individually owned homes, apartments, condos, and villas that are professionally managed by the Vacasa team.     RedAwning: Offering management and booking services for vacation rentals across the United States, RedAwning’s website features over 100,000 listings and gives special discounts and perks to RedAwning members. Evolve: With thousands of listings in markets like Pigeon Forge and Orlando, this property management company guarantees that all of their listings will be clean and “as advertised” when you arrive. TurnKey: This vacation rental management company specializes in homes in leisure destinations like Destin, Myrtle Beach, and Lake Tahoe. onefinestay: As part of the Accor family of brands, onefinestay’s high-end homes and villa rentals strike a balance between personal service and professional management.     Homes & Villas by Marriott International: Even the big brands want in on the vacation rental game; this site offers vacation rentals in global destinations and the opportunity to earn or redeem Marriott Bonvoy points. Did we miss any vacation rental websites or awesome search engines for short-term rental getaways?  We're always looking for recommendations from travelers and property managers who know the best sites and insider tips to find exclusive beach houses, hotel rooms, last-minute accommodations and more. The vacation rental market is always changing and property owners constantly find new rental listing sites so we're going to keep this article a living breathing directory that will get regularly updated with your recommendations.    

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