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Q: When is the latest Vacation Rental insurance can be purchased?
A: This insurance can be purchased up until the final trip payment is made or 30 days prior to arrival, whichever comes first.
Q: Why is there a deadline for checkout times?
A: Cleaning rooms, condos, homes and resorts between guests is a big job. It can take hours to make a place spic and span. Housekeepers need to know they can start immediately upon departure of a guest to a unit fully clean before the next guest arrives. Staying late disrupts the cleaning schedule. If the next guest is not scheduled for immediate arrival, a unit may be available for late checkouts for which charges usually apply.
Q: Is it mandatory to leave housekeeping tips at Vacation Rentals?
A: Tips for housekeepers at lodging accommodations of all kinds have beomce the sign of considerate guests and just plain good manners. Due to their square footage and amenities, housekeeping at Vacation Rentals is back-breaking work. Considerate guests will leave a tip of five to ten percent of the total rent. Far less than at a restaurant, but housekeepers work far harder.
Q: What is the weather like at Lake Chelan?
A: The temperature changes but Lake Chelan is famous for 300 days of sunshine per year. Summers are warm and frequently hot but you can always jump in the lake to cool off. Winter is a white wonderland with big open skies but it can be deeply cold. Spring comes early with golf and other outdoor activities. Fall brings bright leaf turning colors and outdoor sports continue late into the season.
Q: What are the Rules for Guests?
A: Click here to see our written terms and conditions of rental. There are some important rules of course, but in general we ask that guests comport themselves in quiet, safe and unselfish manner and that they treat the property and the area with respect.
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