As the year continues, it is important that you and your Airbnb cleaners are monitoring the trends in vacation rental cleaning costs. In this article, we are going to dive into the cost of cleaning in the beautiful state of Hawaii. As travel bans begin to lift, Airbnb cleaning in Hawaii is going to see a resurgence in demand.
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Travel in Hawaii is already a very beautiful thing. However, well-equipped Airbnb cleaners make visiting Hawaii even more beautiful. Like we’ve seen in previous articles, Hawaii has a higher cost of vacation rental cleaning which correlates to the high cost-of-living in the state. In this case, we see that in the second quarter of 2020, it cost more than $76 for a one-bedroom property.
As the number of bedrooms on the property increases, so does the cost of vacation rental cleaning. A two-bedroom property has a cleaning cost of $121.94. This is nearly a seven percent increase from the previous quarter of the year. Finally, cleaning a three-bedroom property in Hawaii costs $145.74. Because of the demand for travel and high cost-of-living, Hawaii has some of the most costly cleanings in the United States.
Travel and Cleaning in Hawaii
The state of Hawaii is composed of various islands. The island of O’ahu is the main hub for travel and tourism in the state. Honolulu is located on O’ahu and is filled with countless tourism hot spots and natural wonders. Spend an evening on the Waikiki strip accompanied by great food and breathtaking sunsets.
Waikiki Beach is also a great place for you and the family to practice your surfing and swimming skills. Just remember to bring reef-safe sunscreen for your sun-filled adventures. The natural beauty of Hawaii is plentiful throughout the islands, as is Hawaiian culture. Learn about Hawaii and Polynesia at the various museums and cultural centers scattered across the island.
Because your vacation rental guests will likely be spending their days in the sand and on the trails, your Airbnb cleaners should be prepared to handle those types of messes. For sandy visitors, be sure that your vacuums are well-maintained and that you are prepared to enforce a no-shoe policy on your property. Removing your shoes before entering the home is customary in Hawaii, and you should ensure that your guests are aware. Preventing messes from mud and sand is much easier than cleaning them up.
One tip that we have from TurnoverBnB is to prepare a welcome message for your guests that outline the rules and expectations. In this message, you can include the rules of the property and other helpful messages for your guests. Mahalo for reading this article, and keep an eye out for the latest in vacation rental cleaning costs in your area. Aloha!