- Comfort Inn
- Quality Inn Mcguire Afb
- Ramada Inn And Suites Toms River/Lakewood
- Econo Lodge Lakewood
- Wrightstown Days Inn
- Quality Inn Toms River
- Holiday Inn Toms River
- Best Western Leisure Inn
- All New Jersey Hotels
For visitors who are planning on vacationing on the Jersey Shore in a large group, vacation rentals in New Jersey are very plentiful in many locations, especially the Wildwoods, Ocean City, and other southern destinations. This alternative to a hotel can be a breath of fresh air that makes your family vacation quite special. Even for small families, if your stay will be a week or more, you might want to look into New Jersey Shore vacation rentals. Some travelers just like the feeling of being in a home rather than a hotel, and this is also a perfectly legitimate reason to choose vacation rentals in New Jersey over traditional New Jersey resorts for your perfect beach getaway. Whatever the reason, the process of renting a vacation home can seem daunting for first-timers, and this is a guide to help vacationers find the right New Jersey shore vacation rentals for them.
First, never underestimate the power of personal experience. Think of that friend at the office who is always going on and on about the vacation rentals in New Jersey they have enjoyed. Don’t hesitate to quiz them about what made it great and heed their advice (if you deem it trustworthy). Knowing someone who has rented before can take a lot of the hassle out of New Jersey Shore vacation rentals. Ask about location, atmosphere, and look at pictures to decide if you might follow in the footsteps of another who has had a great experience. If your friend recommends a certain building of Ocean City New Jersey vacation rentals, at least start your own research there.
Next, do some homework. The internet is an amazing tool that has revolutionized the business of New Jersey Shore vacation rentals. Digital pictures (at least 8-10 including interiors and exteriors) should give you a good idea of what you’ll be getting, so there are no surprises when you get to the shore. If the owner or manager won’t show pictures, don’t book it—it’s as simple as that. Next, narrow it down. Are you looking for a party house to sleep twenty of your fraternity brothers, or are you looking to find a quiet condo with a view for your young family of four? Especially among Ocean City New Jersey vacation rentals, there are so many different types of dwellings to choose from it can be frustrating. But focus on the picture you have in your mind of your perfect vacation, and use the web to go find it, because it is out there waiting. Ask the owner or manager about all the extras: will you need to bring cooking gear, silverware, a grill? Avoid an emergency shopping trip, because once you get there you’ll want to relax.
Ocean City New Jersey vacation rentals seem to be in high demand, but there are so many of them, you may be able to get a better deal than is offered. If you aren’t afraid to play a little hard ball, you might save some cash if you come across an owner that is motivated to fill a property for a certain week. Usually, you’ll have to pay the asking price for holiday weekends because availability gets slim.
On your next trip to the shore, consider the pros and cons of vacation rentals in New Jersey. You just might find that perfect space with a friendly owner that will become your home along the New Jersey beaches for years to come.
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