Serviced Apartment vs. Hotel

Spacious, comfortable and cost-effective

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Greater employee comfort at a fraction of the cost

Hotels are often seen as the obvious choice when seeking accommodation, but they come with a number of hidden costs. Serviced apartments not only work out as a more cost-effective choice, they are spacious and comfortable, maximising productivity whilst providing all the comfort of home.

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Business Travellers

We understand the importance of feeling at home in a different city. Dreamhouse business accommodation solutions offer comfort and flexibility at a lower price than hotels.

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Corporate Travel Managers

From outstanding savings to matters of practicality, serviced apartments offer a number of benefits over hotels. Our team works tirelessly to provide a seamless booking experience and to make your employees feel at home.

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Accommodation Bookers

Our experience enables us to provide the perfect solution for your purposes. Whether you’re looking for accommodation for a night, a month, or even a year, our team is here to take the strain out of accommodation booking.

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