4 Reasons Wedding Guests Should Book Serviced Apartments Instead of Hotels

  • February 25, 2019

If you’re heading to a wedding far from home, your first thought is probably to book a hotel room or two for you and your group, but you should really think about arranging serviced apartments instead.

Here are just four reasons why.

  1. Plenty of Space to Get Ready

Unless the bride and groom are keeping things super casual, weddings aren’t the kind of event where you can just throw on some jeans and a t-shirt. You’ll need to get ready – maybe more than you’ve ever gotten ready before – and that means having plenty of space to put on your clothes, sort your makeup, and do your hair. That might technically be possible in a hotel room, but most wedding guests prefer getting ready as a group, and that’s much easier when you have a serviced apartment.

  1. All the Conveniences You Need

Even for the guests, weddings can be pretty stressful times where there’s a lot to do and not much time to do it in. Serviced apartments help because they have all the conveniences of home. You can whip up something to eat instead of going out, clean any clothes that need cleaning, keep the kids occupied in the lounge while you’re sorting things out, or simply pop on the coffee machine to wake yourself up in the morning of tying the knot.

  1. Keep Everyone Together

One of the best things about serviced apartments is that you can keep your whole group together. Whether you’re going with your family or as a group of friends, it’s nice to stick together so you can enjoy each other’s company and avoid the risk of anyone getting lost. You can either get a serviced apartment that’s big enough for your whole group or hire a few next to each other.

  1. Charming Accommodation

Finally, keep in mind that most hotel rooms are pretty generic – if you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all. In contrast, serviced apartments are often converted from period properties. Even if it’s not your wedding day, it’s nice to celebrate the occasion somewhere that feels a little special.