The World Wide Web has made life for the traveller far easier than it has ever been. Not only can you plan the most amazing trip using just the web to determine where you will be going and what you will be doing, but you can also use it decide which accommodation facility will be best for your needs.
While a real, 3D virtual tour is quite obviously the best way to get a good idea about how the accommodation looks from inside the room, there are other ways that you can virtually tour a facility without having the fancy virtual tour setup.
At our accommodation in White River, we have some of the best rooms the town has to offer. In our sprawling natural oasis, with its stunning swimming pool and enticing landscape, our guests can look forward to the ultimate relaxation, whether they are staying at the resort for a holiday or for a quick business trip.
Before you book your accommodation at our lodge in White River, the best thing that you can do is to have a look at our website. Here you will find everything you could possibly need in order to make the most out of your trip here.
What to look for in the virtual world
The virtual experience can include features that will allow you to take a walk around the room before you choose your stay. Usually, the VR photographer will go around each room, collecting a series of photos that when pieced together will form a stunning representation of what the room will look like in the real world. This is known as the 3D tour and since it is quite a costly set up, many smaller lodges opt for traditional photos to give their clients an accurate idea of what to expect.
Good photography goes a long way towards giving potential guests a proper look at the room, and when done the right way, it can even give guests an accurate idea about the size dimensions of the room.
If you are looking to use the virtual world as a way to determine your accommodation choice, this is what you should have a look for.
- What does the room have to offer?
A good quality photo will give you all you need to know in terms of what you can expect to find inside the room. You should be able to see the way in which the room has been laid out, the various furniture that you will have available to you, the various amenities, if there are any, and the bedding.
- Are there any other rooms?
It might seem like an odd thing to look for, but some rooms will have everything open plan, even the bathroom, which then makes the room look bigger but perhaps not suitable for a shared stay.
- Can you see the view?
A room with a good view is not a necessity for everyone, but if it is something that is important to you, have a look for photos that include a bit of the outside world in them.