Accommodation matters whenever we are travelling. Today, there are lots of accommodation services to choose from. We have motels, camps and campervans, and even sleeping in someone else’s home. But if you want comfortable and fully-equipped accommodation, you have two best options: a hotel suite and serviced apartments in Singapore.
This article will break down their differences:
- LIVING SPACE
If you want a hotel room with a separate bedroom and living space, you need a hotel suite.
However, typical hotel rooms lack partitions; the bed, dining table, and TV consoles are crammed in one space. This hotel room could only fit one to two people.
Serviced apartments are just like fully functioning Singapore apartments. It has a living room, kitchen, bathroom, and one or more bedrooms.
A 1 bedroom serviced apartment in Singapore is the most basic option; it can fit three or more people. A bigger apartment can accommodate eight to ten people.
- KITCHEN SPACE
The hotel kitchen space varies depending on the type of suite. Premium suits can have a kitchen sink, electric kettle, and a mini-fridge.
Basic hotel rooms don’t have a kitchen.
A basic West Coast service apartment has a fully-functioning kitchen. It means it has a sink, fridge, stove, microwave, and pans.
People can cook in serviced apartments, unlike in hotel rooms.
Five-star hotels have swimming pools, sauna and spa, massage room, restaurant, and nail salon.
Most service apartments have free WIFI connections, gaming consoles, and karaoke machines. They rarely provide access to the pool, roof decks, and pet parks.
- STAY DURATION
Hotels are mostly for a few days and weeklong stays. Some hotels implement stay limits.
Serviced apartments in Singapore accommodate long-term and short-term stays.
Hotels are near tourist spots, transportation systems, such as airports and terminals, and centralised areas.
Serviced apartments in Singapore are in residential areas.
Which of the two accommodations suits your travel needs?
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