We have always been advocates for serviced apartments over traditional hotel stays but the benefits have become more obvious In the wake of the Covid-19 Pandemic. There are many reasons why a person would need accommodation during the past year, including essential workers and those displaced by the pandemic.
Aside from the extra space and security of your personal apartment, there are so many more positives you may not have thought of. Here are some of the benefits of choosing an aparthotel over a hotel room in Liverpool.
Why would you need accommodation during a pandemic?
There are so many reasons other than leisure and tourism why you would need accommodation, even when travel is not recommended. PREMIER SUITES serviced apartments Liverpool offer accommodation to essential workers who are not able to return home each evening. Specialist workers are often flown in or travel from across the country to do essential work in construction, medical, education, public transport and need a safe place to call home.
For a full list of essential workers, see government advice. Families and individuals also need a place to quarantine, either as a result of a positive Covid-19 diagnosis or after overseas travel. We require proof of essential travel before admitting any guests, in line with government guidance and in order to keep our staff and guests safe.
Why You Should Choose Serviced Apartments Over Hotels
1. Feel At Home: Serviced Apartments Have Extra Living Space
While a hotel room is luxurious and comfortable, it doesn’t give you much space to live in, especially when staying for a longer term. If you need space to live, work, exercise, relax, and get on with your daily life, a serviced apartment is your best option.
Each of our apartments has a spacious living and dining area, separate from the luxurious bedroom, a family-sized kitchen & bathroom and plenty of storage for bikes, luggage and anything else you need to take with you. No more perching on the edge of your bed, trying to eat a meal from a takeaway box, enjoy a delicious meal in comfort without the need for plastic utensils.
2. Got Company? Serviced Apartments Have Multiple Bedrooms
If you are here with your family, you’ll need more room to live than you realise (How do little people take up so much space!). Luckily, our serviced apartments in Liverpool offer one and two bedroom apartments, perfect to accommodate your entire family and all of their essential luggage! If you’re travelling as colleagues, renting an apartment with multiple bedrooms is an ideal way to keep costs down while maintaining privacy and company. For those who need to isolate or quarantine, some of our 2-bed apartments come with two bathrooms, perfect to maintain the privacy and space you need. Hotel rooms don’t offer the luxury of multiple bedrooms or any of the extra facilities and space that comes when you rent a serviced apartment.
3. Enjoy The Extra Facilities
Aside from space, you’ll need some extra facilities available in your accommodation to minimise risk for yourself. We offer a fully equipped kitchen in each of our spacious serviced apartments, giving you the ability to prepare, cook and store food at your convenience. This will not only keep costs down, its ideal for those with dietary requirements and minimises contact with outside food suppliers.
We also offer a grocery delivery service and are happy to have your groceries packed away in your suite before you arrive. We offer a laundry service at an extra cost but also have a personal washing machine in each of our suites so you can pack lighter. You can take full advantage of our brand new initiative, PS Life , with tips for indoor exercise, healthy eating, meditation and so much more. PREMIER SUITES have a strict Covid-19 safety protocol and expect guests and staff to adhere to these guidelines for their safety and comfort.
Katie McGarr is a resident writer for PREMIER SUITES Liverpool, a modern and stylish serviced apartment that provides business and leisure travelers the perfect place to stay in Liverpool UK. When she’s not petting her cat, you can see this free-spirited blogger writing articles about travel, food, and lifestyle.