Why choose a SilverDoor Norwich apartment?
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What is a serviced apartment?
Although hotels dominated the corporate travel world for decades past, more and more corporations are turning to serviced apartments than ever before. The reason for this is simple: serviced apartments offer a better experience to their clients who in turn achieve better results. The combination of hotel services for maximum convenience and private, spacious living quarters for a truly home from home experience, offers clients the opportunity to truly settle into their new business travel lifestyle. The key benefits our apartments offer can be described as:
· Excellent value. Incredibly, serviced apartments are significantly less expensive than hotels offering like-for-like arrangements. In addition to these savings, and the savings made by having access to a personal, fully fitted kitchen to avoid relying on expensive restaurant meals, serviced apartments offer even greater value on longer stays. Bookings lasting more than 28 days receive a 20% tax reduction, which is passed onto the client in a discounted nightly rate. This makes serviced apartments particularly good value for relocating clients in need of long term temporary accommodation whilst awaiting a permanent residence,
· A perfect work life balance. As mentioned, serviced apartments provide plentiful space, and designated living areas, to truly feel at home. Rather than operating from one hotel room, you are able to unpack and use each area of your apartment as you wish. Being able to work, cook, relax and sleep means you will quickly feel at home and be able to organise yourself efficiently. Weekly housekeeping means you won’t need to worry about regular chores, and a host of on-site amenities and services means you can decide how much you want to indulge: gymnasiums, pools, restaurants, parking and many more services are often on hand to be used, or not, depending on your preference.
What do I need to know about staying in Norwich?
Founded as a city in 1094, Norwich was once the largest city outside London - from the Middle Ages until the Industrial Revolution, Today, Norwich has a population of approximately 142,000, and although not the economic powerhouse it once was, is home to many significant corporate operations.
Norwich is easy to reach via road, as it stands north of the A47, which connects it with Great Yarmouth to the east, and King’s Lynn and Peterborough to the west. Access to London is also simplified thanks to the Norwich railway station half-hourly services to London Liverpool Street. Furthermore, Megabus operates a daily service to London, with frequent bus services also occurring throughout the city on a regular basis.
Norwich experiences short, warm but partly cloudy summers, with temperatures peaking at around 80F. Winters are very long, cold and windy, plummeting to 27F at times. Rain can be expected year round, although the best weather can usually be expected between June and September.
Norwich is the most complete medieval city in the United Kingdom, and features cobbled streets and ancient buildings such as St Andrew's Hall. The city is popular with tourists for its medieval, winding streets and the extensive history that can be discovered in the numbers museums throughout the city. The city also holds the largest permanent undercover market in Europe, and has received numerous accolades, including being voted by The Guardian in 2016 as the "happiest city to work in the UK" and in 2013 as one of the best small cities in the world by The Times Good University Guide.