If you’re travelling to London, the concept of choosing to stay in an apartment over a hotel may be a new one to you. But there are a good many reasons to look into this idea, whether you are staying in the capital for business or pleasure.
In the city centre where hotel rooms can be compact, apartments can offer a spacious and more homely alternative. Apartments can offer a variety of sizes and designs, often with extra rooms and extra beds, perfect for socializing. The addition of a dining room and kitchen mean you can dine simply and on a budget, or entertain clients or even use the area for business meetings.
You may assume that if you’re booking London serviced apartments, you will be limited by inflexible time slots; elsewhere in the country you are often limited to booking for a week at a time, or from Saturday to Saturday. Even some hotels insist on stays of several days, particularly during peak times or during popular events. However for London and Hyde Park executive apartments the opposite is surprisingly true. You can stay for just one single night, perfect if you’re taking in a show with your family or on a stopover to the airport. At the other end of the scale you can enjoy your own apartment for several months, if you need a base in the capital whilst working.
Many people think that staying in central areas such as Hyde Park executive apartments would be prohibitive in terms of cost. Booking an apartment can be in fact a good deal cheaper than a hotel stay, with all the added benefits, space and flexibility that it brings. Being able to shop locally, rather than being limited to eating out in restaurants, means that if you’re on a budget the savings can be even greater.
Security is a common question about staying in the busy London area. This is certainly true for many hotels where there is a fluid and variable turnover of guests and visitors to the premises. However there are apartments that offer a full managed service with reception areas and staffing that give you peace of mind, with safe and secure videophone access. This service can extend to having maids to come in and clean and tidy your apartment and supply you with fresh towels and bed linen. It seems to be like having all the perks of a hotel, with the benefits of having your own spacious home from home.
Staying in central London apartments mean you have more home comforts, a great base for the area and more money in your pocket. Who would have thought that having all these facilities at your personal disposal would be so cost-effective? It seems well worth considering an apartment as a fantastic alternative to a hotel stay in London.