Why book for a serviced apartment?

Imagine yourself traveling for business for about two weeks. Obviously, you would want somewhere close to the location of your work. So you will probably book a hotel room in the CBD which if it’s just a standard room wouldn’t have much space and will cost a fortune. A business traveler’s daily routine is to go to work in the morning, have dinner and drinks with clients or colleagues somewhere in the city then go home afterwards. Sounds fun but it also sounds expensive.
However if you book a serviced apartment, you can cook dinner and invite colleagues at your own self-contained apartment. If you don’t like to cook then you can order some food and invite colleagues for drinks. Most 1 bedroom serviced apartments have a sitting area and lounge well enough for 3 to 4 people. It is just like inviting your friends to your own home. This way you don’t have to spend so much and you will still have fun.

Here are the top reasons why you should book for serviced apartments:
Size of the rooms – most serviced apartments have at least 45 to 55 square meters for 1 bedroom apartments
Room amenities – having your own kitchen and living area is simply the best especially if they are fully equipped. Also, don’t forget the laundry appliance. We all know how expensive laundry services are at hotels but if you have stay at serviced apartments you will have your own washing machine, dryer, iron and ironing board.
Price – serviced apartments are good value for money. They are not as expensive as 4 or 5 star hotels but they provide more room amenities. Plus most serviced apartments like Waterfront Apartments Melbourne have swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, gym and secured car parking facilities.

People are who staying for a long period of time should definitely book for serviced apartments.
Families would also benefit staying at serviced apartments because it is just like staying at your own home.
People who are relocating will save more costs if they stay at serviced apartments rather than staying at hotels.


Comments are closed.