4 Reasons Business Travellers Should Book Serviced Apartments Over B&Bs

Those travelling for business don’t tend to spend much time thinking about how close their accommodation is to local attractions, but they do have their own special needs to consider. As a rule, those needs make serviced apartments a much better choice than bed & breakfasts.

Here are just four reasons why.

1. Less Noise

Business travellers need to sleep through the night and wake up completely refreshed for the day ahead. Unlike regular travellers, they’ll have a full day of work ahead of them, and they’ll often find themselves having to hit the hay earlier and get up while everyone else is still sleeping. As such, it’s important to choose accommodation that keeps things quiet. Serviced apartments have thicker walls and fewer guests than your average bed & breakfast, so they aren’t nearly as noisy.

2. More Flexibility

Since business travellers need to set their own schedules, bed & breakfasts can be a problem. A B&B will usually dictate when you eat and often even tell you to be in before a certain hour. With a serviced apartment, you can come and go as you please. Since serviced apartments also have their own kitchens, you’ll be able to eat whenever is most convenient.

3. Reliable Amenities

B&B’s aren’t always reliable when it comes to things like Wi-Fi networks or even ensuring you have plenty of plugs to keep personal devices at full charge. You might also miss out on other amenities, such as a coffee maker to give your morning a kick-start or a hairdryer to ensure you get yourself together in a flash. With a serviced apartment, you can count on having all those amenities.

4. Space to Work

Finally, keep in mind that you might need to get some work done during your business trip. That can be hard in a traditional bed & breakfast. In contrast, serviced apartments usually provide comfy chairs, plenty of desk space, and more than enough room to spread out and get things done.

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