1. Bedroom Checklist
The bedroom checklist should include items such as bed linens, pillows, blankets, mattress covers, nightstands, lamps, window coverings, dressers, closets, and any other furniture that may be present in the room. Additionally, special items such as extra blankets or a fan might also be included.
2. Living Room Checklist
The living room is likely to be the largest area in your Airbnb, and it should have a detailed checklist. Include items such as seating furniture, coffee table, side tables bookshelves or other storage pieces, rugs, curtains or drapes, lamps, and artwork. Anything that could be used by guests during their stay should be included on this list.
3. Kitchen Checklist
In the kitchen, hosts need to make sure they include all necessary appliances such as a stove/oven/microwave, refrigerator/freezer, and dishwasher. Additionally include items such as cookware and cutlery sets, plates and bowls for serving meals, a variety of glasses, cups and mugs, trash cans, and kitchen linens.
4. Bathroom Checklist
In the bathroom, hosts need to make sure they have all necessary items such as bath towels, face cloths, toilet paper, soap dispensers or bars of soap and any other toiletries guests may need. Additionally include items such as a shower curtain/rod, bath mat, and a bathroom scale if appropriate.
5. Supplies and Amenities List
Finally, your checklist should include any cleaning supplies guests may need to use during their stays such as dish soap, laundry detergent, and toilet cleaner, as well as any extra amenities you provide such as Wi-Fi access or a cable TV package. Additionally, make sure you include items like kitchen towels, paper towels, trash bags, and other general items that your guests may need to use.
6. Outdoor Area List
Outdoor areas are often overlooked when creating an inventory list, but they should not be forgotten. Include items such as outdoor furniture, grills and barbecues, hammocks or swings, and any other items that can be used in the outside area of your Airbnb.
7. Safety and Security Checklist
Safety is incredibly important for both you and your guests, so make sure to include smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, and carbon monoxide detectors on your checklist if they’re present in your rental home. Additionally include information about how to access the property securely, where the security system is located, and any other safety-related details that guests may need to know.
8. Miscellaneous Items List
This list should include items such as books, board games, local travel guides, and maps that your guests can use to explore the area during their stay. This should also include any extra amenities you offer such as beach towels or pool toys that could be used by guests.