Fed up of staying in cramped Hotel rooms? Try a serviced apartment instead

Serviced apartments offer so much more in comparison and are often up to 30% cheaper. Unlike most hotels, serviced apartments have no hidden extras – everything is included:- Wi-Fi, cable TV, parking, bed linen/towels and even a weekly maid service. But, there are lots more added benefits too.

Hotel rooms can be small and don’t often offer much more than a room with a bed, a kettle, mini-fridge and TV, where as a serviced apartment has far more space – a separate living/dining area, separate bedrooms and bathrooms, entrance hall and a fully equipped kitchen.

These additional features mean you can save money not only on the cost of the apartment and the extra savings on the additional services not charged for, but also saving on costly restaurant bills as you can cook your own meals as you would at home. Full washing facilities are also provided so you can save on laundry bills too, if you don’t mind doing your own ironing that is!

For companies, even more savings can be made when booking 2 or 3 bedroom apartments with colleagues sharing. Costs are charged per apartment, not per person so there is an immediate saving to benefit from.

Colleagues can also enjoy socialising out of hours, but have the privacy and space of their own room plus bathroom. The inclusive unlimited Wi-Fi also means they can easily work from their apartment if needed.

Cotels specialise in corporate accommodation solutions in Milton Keynes and Northampton. We have a range of 1 bedroom through to 2 and 3 bed apartments as well as 2 bedroom penthouses, so we usually have something to suit all requirements and budgets with discounts for longer stays.

If you have regular business travellers for just a few nights a week, or if you are running a project with a group of colleagues who need accommodation – we can help.

Contact a member of the Cotels Team for full details on our fully furnished serviced apartments in Milton Keynes and Northampton.

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