5 Key Facts About Serviced Accommodation
What are the types of serviced accommodation?
Hotels are the most common type of serviced accommodation but it also includes motels, guesthouses, bed and breakfast establishments, inns, youth hostels and farm guesthouses. Hotels are either independently run or part of a hotel group or chain.
What is serviced accommodation?
By definition serviced accommodation is a fully furnished apartment. It's also known as a corporate let and shouldn't be confused with more standard short-term stays.That can incorporate weekends, short, long term lets, variable lets.
What are the benefits of serviced apartments?
Providing a secure, comfortable environment, serviced apartments offer a home-from-home comfort. Apartments often include separate living and sleeping spaces as well as all the entertainment equipment you could possibly desire: TVs, DVDs, music systems, free WiFi and a private telephone line.
Why choose an apartment over a holiday home?
Rates are usually charged per apartment as opposed to per person so when holidaying with several others an apartment can often be the most economical choice. Plus, beneficial rates are generally available for longer stays so you can enjoy the apartment with the satisfaction of getting value for money.
How does the cost comparison compare between serviced apartments and hotels?
The cost comparison is based on simple rates which shows how the cost of a serviced apartment reduces long-term while the cost of a hotel remains static. If you are looking to stay in Preston Lancs. For the best rates available, contact Fern Lodge Preston on our dedicated phone line for more information.