Are you trying to decide between a corporate housing unit and a hotel room for your upcoming business or personal trip? Chances are that you’ll be happier in a corporate housing unit every time, according to business expert Brian Ferdinand in a recently released article. The reason for this is that corporate housing units come with many pre-stay benefits as well as stay-related perks. Let’s take a close look at these unparalleled benefits.
In the recent article, Brian Ferdinand, the managing partner of CorpHousing Group, explains that the problem with hotels is that the journey to staying in a hotel room is a cookie-cutter one. For instance, to book a hotel, you may have to work with a travel agent or simply use an online hotel booking website. In addition, hotel rooms are all generally small. Even hotel suites can feel like cramped spaces if you were to live in them for weeks or months on end.
Corporate housing units, on the other hand, are far from being cookie cutter. For starters, these units come in various forms to suit travelers unique needs. For instance, you can find an apartment, a condo, or even a single-family residence to stay in when working with a corporate housing provider. Every corporate housing stay is tailored to the tenant’s budget and preferences. In addition, when you book a corporate housing unit, you can expect to interact with staff who are experts in providing high-level customer experiences, rather than your average-Joe customer service representatives.
Another major benefit of corporate housing is that you’ll receive more personal attention when you arrive at your corporate suite than you would at a hotel.
In the hotel setting, tenants may receive general mailings and are forced to go on self-guided hotel tours when they arrive. However, when you work with a corporate housing provider, you can expect to receive an information packet, a welcome package, and detailed information about the local area. You can also anticipate receiving a friendly welcome call as you work on settling in.
When checking into a hotel room, you must wait in a lobby to get your key. However, the check-in process at a corporate housing unit is anything but standard. That’s because you won’t have to budget in any wait time. Instead, you’ll receive concierge assistance and immediately have the opportunity to unpack and feel right at home.