If you’re planning to travel with a large group – say a family reunion or gathering a group of friends – it can pay to stay in a vacation rental.
Think about it: You can save on dining out by cooking your own meals, have a central place to spend time together, and when you share the cost among others, it can be even cheaper than a hotel room.
No, you won’t get chocolates on the pillows, but in many cases, the amenities can outweigh the drawbacks.
Watch Peter’s AARP video tip on how to book your next vacation rental.
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