How can you objectively evaluate a property when no two trips (or people) are the same?
It's not always easy to objectively evaluate a property. No two trips are alike and all properties are so unique. So how do I rate what's good, what's great, and what's gross? Here are the three things that form the foundation for my every evaluation: The Story, The Sleep, and The Value.
For Every Sleep, There's A Story.
A Sound Sleep Is A Sound Idea
Great Value Means Sweet Dreams
But What About Safety? Or Cleanliness?
Don't You Care About How The Staff Treat You?
Whenever I bring a review of any property, any where, to my readers, I always try to evaluate it in terms of the quality of sleep it provides, the value it offers, and frame that review in the proper context of why I went there and what my expectations were. I aim to make every review as fair, balanced, comprehensive, and helpful as I can and I would love to learn more about what you want from your travel properties and what you look for in your accommodations.
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