Western culture may be deemed to be individualist, whereby people value independence and self-reliance, but an entourage of helpers sometimes wouldn’t go amiss. We may not live the type of lifestyle that requires a small army of helpers, but for people relocating on business, offering a single, dedicated point of contact for accommodation can be critical. It can be time consuming for the traveller to scour the internet in search of accommodation, so why not ‘hire the help’ and leave it to the experts?
Most of the serviced apartments we provide offer an entourage of help in the form of welcome packs; detailing local area information such as maps, transport links, shops, bars and restaurants. If you arrive in the early hours of the morning you may have no groceries with you. That’s why welcome packs often include food and drink supplies. Many providers offer guests the added bonus of milk, tea and coffee, a loaf of bread, jams and marmalade. In addition, ESA, amongst other operators, supply washing up liquid, washing machine tablets and other cleaning supplies. But don’t worry, you’re not expected to do all the cleaning – there’s a maid service.
When you make an enquiry, we respond by tailoring our information to suit your requirements. We wouldn’t detail car parking information if you said that you didn’t drive. Many serviced apartments offer a breakfast service, but if you’d rather cook for yourself then you won’t be charged, unlike many bed and breakfast hotels. Our international serviced apartments offer the freedom for business travellers to operate independently and choose how they want to live. But it’s the little help from our expert service, and the facilities provided by the operators, that lay the foundations to do so.