Why choose a
SilverDoor Leuven apartment?
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What is a serviced apartment?
Unlike a restrictive hotel suite, a serviced apartment
offers a contemporary and convenient solution for business travellers. Taking
elements of hotel services and combining them a private rental, our serviced
apartments in Leuven are an ideal home-from-home for corporate travellers. The
range of benefits is undeniable, and as a result more and more businesses,
including some of the world’s largest corporations, only use serviced
apartments when conducting business across the world. Just some of these
With serviced apartments costing considerably less than hotel suite
equivalents, you certainly get more for your money with one of our apartments. Besides
the space and luxury it affords the guest, greater value is added on
longer-stay bookings. This is due to a tax reduction which is passed onto the
client. This makes serviced apartments even more beneficial for housing
relocating employees whilst they await permanent accommodation.
Luxury services. What
our apartments do retain from the hotel model is the convenience of on-site
services. From housekeeping to parking, there are a variety of services (often
included) that the guest can enjoy. These can include fitness centres, business
rooms, private cinemas, a reception service and many more features, dependent
on your venue.
privacy. Perhaps the greatest element of a serviced apartment is the privacy it
provides. No busy hotel corridors. No meal time schedule. No cramped rooms.
Apartments provide ample space to truly live comfortably. With designated areas
in which to work, rest, entertain and cook, you are free to live as you like,
when you like. We believe these features
result in more prosperous business trips, as ensuring your stay is optimised,
also ensures that you are.
What do I need to know about staying in Leuven?
Located 16 miles east of Brussels, Leuven is the
eighth largest city in Belgium and has more than 100,244 inhabitants. It is
also home to KU Leuven, Belguim’s largest university, which has its main campus
within the city itself.
As is typical in the Northern Europe region Leuven summers
are comfortably warm and partly cloudy, reaching temperature of 85F. The
winters are very cold and windy, dropping to 22F at times. The best time for
outdoor activities is between June and September.
Leuven, being a small city, favours cyclists and
therefore a maximum limit of 30km/h applies on the roads to make it pedestrian
and bicycle friendly. There are also multiple bus options available, provided
from the public transport company De Lijn. Buses tend to run every ten minutes
within the city.
The nearby European route E314 connects Leuven with
the city of Aachen, making transport between cities in the area easy via car.
What else is Leuven known for?
Thanks to KU
Leuven, much of the city’s economy is centred on sciences and research. Furthermore,
the Leuven-based research centre, IMEC, is a world class research centre in the
field of nano-electronic. Consequently, there are many companies in the
vicinity focusing in advanced scientific and technological fields.
notably, Leuven is the worldwide headquarters of Anheuser-Busch InBev, the
largest beer company in the. InBev's Stella Artois brewery and main offices
dominate the entire north-eastern part of the town, and is a large employer in