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Whats better, an apartment or hotel?  Consider this scenario: You work for a design business and need to relocate to the client’s site for a wek. Naturally, you would look for accommodation in the city. You book a room in one of the 4-star hotels in the city. You check in, and the next day, report for work. After spending the day in office, you come back to the room, exhausted. This continues for the next few days. The single room seems suffocating and impersonal. Homesickness sets in. And this affects your mental peace and thus your work. What if, instead of the impersonal hotel accommodation with just one room, you had booked a serviced apartment? A serviced apartment is a self-contained accommodation that provides all the amenities that you use at your home – basically, a home away from home. Serviced apartments vs Hotel rooms: Now let’s have a look of the benefits of a serviced apartment over a hotel room: In case of a serviced apartment, you have the options of more rooms, rather than being stuck in one hotel room. Thus you can enjoy a homey, comfortable feeling. This would matter a lot if you are a traveller who needs to work online and ends up being stuck in one place. One of the prime benefits of a serviced apartment is that it lets you feel like a local and get an authentic experience of living in the city. A serviced apartment consists of a well-equipped kitchen, this grants you the autonomy to cook for yourself. If you are a solo traveller with limited financial means, this is an excellent way to save money. This is also a necessary facility for people with health concerns and stringent dietary requirements, or even for families traveling with kids. The laundry services offered in hotel accommodations are expensive, while serviced apartments have washing machines and dryers for DIY laundry – the most cost effective solution possible – and what if there was a full dry cleaning service just around the corner for those special items of clothing? One more reason why you should choose a serviced apartment over a hotel room are the amenities such as high speed Wi-Fi and satellite TV as standard. Types of serviced apartments: Depending on your requirement, you can choose the serviced apartment based on size. If you are a solo traveller, a studio apartment can meet your needs – a single room with a kitchenette, living area, and bedding. If you are traveling with your family, you may choose a 2 bedroom apartment, with separate living room and a full-functioning kitchen. Who should opt for a serviced apartment? Serviced apartments basically cater to the following audience: Group of backpackers – If you are traveling in a group and want to stay in the city for a while, it makes economic sense to book an apartment for the group, rather than shell out money for individual rooms. If you book far enough in advance, Hogg & Mitchell apartments can cater for groups up to 20 people, and will give you a very good deal on price! Travellers with families – If you are traveling with your family, especially kids, a serviced apartment can prove to be your best bet. All of our apartments can take (depending on demand) an additional folding bed and/or travel cot for younger children. Corporate travellers – If you are a corporate organization which requires its employees to visit the city frequently, renting a serviced apartment is a cost-effective solution to your accommodation needs. We offer preferential rates for business guests who hold an account with us and book regularly. Relocation – if you are relocating to a new city, a serviced apartment can be your base till you find suitable accommodation. Then you can take your time to find an accommodation that suits your needs - we offer good discounts for relocation guests staying for a couple of weeks or a couple of months. If you are looking for a serviced apartment in Derry/Londonderry, then your search stops at pixeldevelopment.co.uk/hoggtest. You can book a serviced apartment at the click of a button!
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