At Signature at Sugarloaf, our homes offer a variety of one, two, three, and even four bedroom homes that are ideal for hosting guests during the holidays. With these tips, you can get your home ready for guests this holiday season. Find your new home at our Duluth apartments!
#1 Sleeping Arrangements
The very first thing that needs to be taken care of when hosting guests is figuring out the sleeping arrangements. If you have a home with multiple bedrooms, you can easily convert an extra room into a guest room. For one bedroom homes, you may want to consider investing in a blow up mattress. Amazon has a variety of blow up mattresses that range in price and size. If you’re only going to use this mattress one time, you can opt for a cheaper option, but if you plan on using it multiple times, you may want to invest in a more expensive, sturdier mattress that is sure to last. You’ll also want to make sure that you have plenty of pillows and blankets to go around!
#2 Food & Drink
During the holidays, you may not be spending much time at home so planning multiple meals may be unnecessary. When hosting guests, you’ll want to plan ahead and see when you will be home and when you will be away celebrating that way you can plan out what groceries you need. If you’ll be away from the home most of the day, you’ll still want to keep a few snacks at hand for those late nights. As an added touch, ask your guests what their favorite drinks are and keep them on hand, as well.
Of course when you host overnight guests, you’ll want to make sure that your home is clean. Chances are that you won’t be spending too much time at your home so cleaning every nook and corner isn’t necessary. Just make sure you dust, sweep and vacuum, and clean the bedding so your guests have a fresh space to rest. Cleaning for guests shouldn’t take the whole week to do, just tidy up and wipe down areas and your home will be ready for the guests!
Come home to our Duluth apartments and get ready for the holidays. Contact us to find out more about Signature at Sugarloaf today!