If you’re in the tourism industry, you must see this list of vacation rental WordPress themes we’ve been testing over the past six months.
We received tons of requests to create an extensive review due to the high rise of bookings and rentals worldwide.
Every theme below allows you to build a professional yet cozy website quickly. (Yes, without coding!)
What do all have in common?
A complete online booking system.
Even though this feature alone saves you many hours, there’s still so much more you get!
Page layouts, galleries, pricing, social media, blog, maps – you name it! – it’s all part of the kit.
Build a vacation rental websites that travelers can access 24/7.
Best Apartment & Vacation Rental WordPress Themes
The adventure begins with your website!
Bellevue Vacation Rental
If you need a theme for your vacation rental business, you need Bellevue. Bellevue is a hotel + bed and breakfast booking calendar theme with powerful features.
It has 8 beautiful demos that are ready to use, as well as 55+ widgets and 230+ page templates. You can choose from a hotel, chalet, apartments, urban guest house, beach house, countryside, lake cabin, and one-page.
Bellevue is the perfect theme for vacation rentals or hotels that provide a full booking system, availability calendar, and payments through WooCommerce.
You can build your website in a few minutes with Bellevue. Moreover, its sliders can beautifully display your properties smoothly and elegantly. (Attention grabber!)
Bellevue makes sure your website stands out. Enjoy!
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If you want to create a vacation rental website, you must see WP Rentals. It’s a booking accommodation WordPress theme that lets you publish and offer listings for daily or hourly rentals.
You can allow users to sign up and publish their own listings while making a commission for each submission or confirmed booking. With this theme, you can easily manage the listings and bookings.
It is fully compatible with the Advanced Booking System to help travelers
This article was written by Aigars Silkalns and originally published on Colorlib.