The COVID-19 Coronavirus has already had a large impact on the travel and hospitality industries and brought with it some uncertainty on the future of travel. The first priority for everyone at this time is keeping However, serviced apartments are much safer than hotels, in regard to keeping social distance.
We’ve highlighted some reasons why you might want to opt for serviced apartments if you are considering going away anytime soon.
Why you should choose serviced apartments after lockdown
1. You have your own space
Serviced apartments are much like a home from home and come with a lot more space than standard hotel rooms. Serviced apartments come with everything you could need, and once you are in you have control of your space and everything within it.
You have a lounge area to relax in with a book and a fully equipped kitchen to prepare your own meals, which can help you to maintain social distance from others.
Unlike being cooped up in a hotel room, luxury serviced apartments give you some added space to move around.
2. You can work and live
Serviced apartments have the space and amenities that enable you to live and work at the same time, making them the perfect balance of both business and pleasure.
This is perfect for those who want to get away and explore somewhere new, but who may also need to check in on work during busy periods.
Many workers have been using serviced apartments for second homes to keep family safe or to reduce the risk of using public transport to get to work.
3. Clean as a whistle
Most serviced apartment providers have now placed hand sanitiser at strategic places and signage to help reduce risk and remind everyone of the procedures in place.
Similarly to a hotel, in a serviced apartment you can request daily housekeeping if you wish for bedding and towels to be changed. Plus, every apartment will be deep cleaned after guests leave to ensure rooms are thoroughly sanitised.
Overall, serviced apartments make a great choice as you rarely come in to contact with others. In a hotel there is more footfall which can make the risk a little higher, especially if you are spending time in communal areas or using lifts and stairwells that are touched by lots of staff members or guests.