A serviced apartment is a level in a block, with a separate bedroom, sitting room/lounge, completely equipped kitchen, your very own private keys to the door.
All apartments provide maid service, utilities along with a management team to assist….just like a hotel. Guests only cover a nightly rate and can live in a flat with everything they would have in their own home.
Pros: Chelsea Hudson yards apartments Flat vs. Hotels
In a hotel, no matter which star rating, you pay per night for a single room which will have a TV, bath, couch and a bed. This is comparable to a studio flat! In an apartment, There's Another bedroom, kitchen, sitting area, bath and dining room table (exclusion is studio)
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Pay-per apartment and not a person.
Freedom and solitude. An apartment is like being in your own house and there's plenty of space. You have your own keys to your door.
Booking is simple, just like hotels. The vast majority of apartments need a credit card to ensure, pre-payment before you arrive and that is it.
Cons: Flat vs. Hotels
Apartments lack the buzz and professional services of a hotel such as restaurants and room service. albeit some flats are owned by hotels and offer you the usage of their restaurants and other services.
No 24-hour support round the clock. The apartments are conducted by a small team who operate Monday to Friday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm, so you are on your own during the weekend.
You will find emergency numbers to call should you go through an electric trim, but no 24-hours resort duty manager to run to your area.