Hotels and B&Bs have long been a favoured choice by travellers thanks to their ease and their competitive prices. However, there are a variety of reasons why you would choose a serviced apartment over a hotel, and here we have highlighted just a few of those reasons:
Serviced apartments give you more space
Many serviced apartments have up to double the space of a hotel room, allowing more room to breathe which is particularly handy for those travelling in large groups or as a family.
This extra space gives you room to sleep, relax, cook, eat, and play all in once space without feeling like you are squashed in and on top of everyone else! Serviced apartments offer a great alternative to hotels for those travelling in groups, as you can have privacy in your own rooms and then gather to socialise in the lounge or kitchen later on.
There is also more privacy within a serviced apartment, unlike in a hotel when the only private space you have is the bedroom you sleep in.
Serviced apartments are more like home
It’s pretty difficult to enjoy a lie when the breakfast buffet finishes at 10am or to wander around in your pyjamas in an upmarket hotel!
In a serviced apartment you can treat it like your home, taking your time to do what you like, cook what you like, and spend the day as you like. The added bonus is that housekeeping are still available, so you won’t have to worry about cleaning the bedsheets or doing a deep clean.
Serviced apartments are budget friendly
Serviced apartments don’t break the bank like you might think!
Similarly to a hotel, you can pay on a nightly basis. Or for longer stays you can pay in a block amount, but the benefit is that like a hotel all of the bills are included within your stay.
Everything is taken care of when staying in a serviced apartment, you just have to turn up and start enjoying yourself.
There are so many more benefits to serviced apartments. Next time you are looking to take a trip to a city like London or Bristol, why not consider booking a serviced apartment for your stay instead?