Corporate housing are cheaper than hotel rooms

Traveling can become tedious, especially for someone who is not used to the back and forth between places.

And personally, when I travel, I like to feel comfortable wherever I decide to stay.

I am a consultant and I travel a lot for my business, and when I do, I prefer to stay in corporate housing. Not only is the corporate housing cheaper than staying in a hotel room, but the housing will have the same amenities as a hotel and sometimes even better. For instance, a traditional hotel room will feature a bed, free coffee, a workspace and possibly a sitting area, all tucked inside a 300-square foot room. In addition, the amenities will include a swimming pool, a fitness room, perhaps room service and a restaurant, and a business center. The cost of a decent hotel room with those amenities could hover around $200 per night. Over time, that nightly rate does add up, and would far exceed what I would pay for monthly rent at a corporate housing. And corporate housing typically offers the same amenities plus more than what I would get staying at a hotel. A full kitchen is always a selling point for me because I like the option of cooking whenever I need to. Something that would be impossible while staying in a traditional hotel room. Not to mention that some hotel rooms don’t have microwaves, so food options are very limited to room service or take out. All in all, hotels are great for a quick weekend or 2-day trip, but corporate housing offers more amenities and are cheaper for extended stays.


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