Hotels vs BnB's
Are you heading to Troon Ayrshire Scotland in the future? If so, you may be looking for hotels, troon accommodation or BnBs. Before you make a decision, here are the positives and negatives of both hotels and BnBs. Make sure to compare them and then you can decide which one to stay at.
Hotels The Pros And Cons
Here are the pros and cons of hotels.
1. The Pros- First, hotel rooms are quite spacious, even the rooms that are considered small. Most hotel rooms can easily and comfortable accommodate 2-3 guests. If the size of a room is important to you, then a hotel is probably the better option.
Hotels tend to operate around the clock. It doesn't matter if you need a room in the middle of the night or the middle of the day, you should have no problems booking one. You can even book a room online at most hotels.
2. The Cons- The price to stay at a hotel is expensive. You can easily spend upwards of 100 at a hotel. That's per night, and it gets even more expensive if you decide to stay at a real fancy hotel.
Meals are usually not included. If you want breakfast, you will have to eat at the hotel's restaurant. If there's no restaurant on location, then you'll have to go out and find one. Paying for a room and for meals for the duration of your stay can quickly add up to a lot of money.
BnBs The Pros And Cons
Here are the pros and cons of BnBs.
1. The Pros- It is affordable. BnB prices vary from place to place and price also depends on the location of the BnB. Generally speaking, they are more affordable than hotels. This is usually the case, but it's not always the case.
Breakfast is typically included. This can save you money because you won't have to buy a meal in the morning. Best of all, the breakfasts tend to be fresh and of high quality.
2. The Cons- BnB rooms are typically tiny and many of them are not equipped with a restroom. You literally get a room to sleep in, and if you are just staying for a night, then this may be a viable option. However, if you care about space and privacy, then staying at a BnB is probably not for you.
BnB businesses tend to have a set schedule of operation. You may only be able to book a room during their hours of operation. Sometimes it can be very challenging trying to get a room during non-traditional hours, such as late evenings or very early morning.
Those are some of the positives and negatives of hotels and BnBs. It's up to you which one you should stay at. If you can afford it and you want as many amenities included as possible, then a hotel is the better option. If you want to save money and have a free breakfast, then a BnB is the best option.