Renting an Apartment VS. Hotel
By: Catherine Andrusenko
How would you love to temporarily live in New York with all the comforts of home? Serviced apartments are an excellent alternative to the high costs of hotel rates. Try to think of a spacious rooms with your own washer and dryer. Not only are you able to find your "home away from home" but during these tough economic times, it's nice to save money as well.
Your next trip to NYC... Renting an apartment versus hotel.
If you're going to be staying a while in New York City, but you don't want the hassle of finding a place to live, the answer to your housing dilemma may be serviced apartments. Serviced apartments are short term furnished rentals, that provide an alternative to hotel living, allowing residents to create a home when staying long-term, but temporarily in a new city. They are usually fully furnished and equipped and the guests will enter a home away from home, with cooking facilities and all modern conveniences such as television, DVD, internet access etc. Some are equipped even with luxury features such as European-style gourmet kitchens, full-sized washer and dryer and high-tech wiring/networking capabilities. Having a kitchen means that the client can opt for eating in instead of out, hence making an instant saving. Other benefits of a serviced apartment include added space to work and play, more privacy and more comfort, when traveling with a family.
Since the beginning of the boom in cheap international travel and the corresponding increase in the level of sophistication of international travelers, interest in serviced apartments has risen at the expense of the use of hotels for short stays.
A wide range of people use serviced apartment companies: business travelers, families, people in the entertainment industry and those who need access to local hospitals and recently - all the Sandy victims as well.
Serviced apartments provide all of the comforts of home and are a huge money saver!! To learn more go to http://www.hautepropertiesny.com/furnished.html