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Living in a hotel - Attractive offer of Living Hotels

14.10.2020 | 10:07 Clock | Business
Living in a hotel - Attractive offer of Living Hotels
Living in a hotel - Attractive offer of Living Hotels
Living in a hotel - Attractive offer of Living Hotels

There are things that do not change even in Corona times. In cities like Frankfurt, that is most definitely the situation in the housing market. Finding affordable housing is becoming increasingly difficult, for families as well as for single parents, the self-employed as well as trainees, interns and students. For the latter, however, there is currently another problem: Necessary side jobs, with which the rent can be earned, are currently in short supply. So the question arises: Back to Hotel Mama? Or maybe rather to a real hotel?

This is where the hotel group Living Hotels comes into play. Because the market leader in the field of serviced apartments offers an attractive one price fits all offer without extra costs for brokers, deposit, electricity, telephone and wifi or repairs when moving out. But with fully equipped apartments in prime locations, including chic furniture, marble bathrooms with rain showers, kitchens, balconies or terraces. In addition, including water, heating and electricity, flat screen, telephone and high-speed Wifi flat rate, so that online university lectures, private surf arias, Netflix series marathons and of course the daily business in the home or hotel office are granted without hassle and interruption. Sounds too good to be true? But it is: You can move into one of 13 houses with 24-hour reception from Frankfurt, Munich and Nuremberg via Düsseldorf, Berlin and Bonn to Vienna on the 3rd, 16th or 27th of a month. The rest is ready and set.

The monthly rent is, depending on the size of the apartments between 750 euros including VAT for apartments with about 23 square meters and balcony and 1,800 euros including VAT for a maisonette with roof terrace and 360 degree panoramic view. 14-day surface cleaning and use of the fitness rooms are included, as is free refuelling at the hotel's own e-charging stations for electric cars. This is a wonderful and relaxed place to live. This is a real win-win situation for tenants and Living Hotels, because since it will certainly be some time before business travellers and guests from all over the world fill the hotels with life again, this is the perfect way to meet the demand for good and affordable living space in the domestic market.

"In the last few years, we have always had between 80 and 85% occupancy on average in our properties. A large percentage usually falls on business travelers and business groups who often stay with us for many months for professional projects. Even though the number of leisure guests is increasing, the business share has decreased. That's why we adapted our strategy to the situation immediately after the reopening of our houses in June and now, instead of many guests and business people from abroad, we are accommodating more and more people from Germany and the surrounding area who are moving in with us: Couples, families, newly separated hearts, apartment hunters, trainees, students and a number of business people who either have to operate completely from their home offices or who have moved to a new city for a new job and are now staying with us," says Tim Düysen, CMO of Living Hotels about the new, colorful residential rental guest landscape.

"Because everything is flexible and booking as well as cancellation is very easy to handle with us and our houses are always located where the locals also like to live privately, in times like these both sides have something from it: we don't have to herd empty rooms, have such a colorful, almost full house and no one has to torture themselves so through the enervating rental market and finds a real home on a temporary basis with us at fair conditions."

But living in a serviced apartment offers even more advantages, because also for short distances for all things of daily life is also provided: Laundry inhouse, parking spaces and garages on request and most houses also include a supermarket attached to the house - so also in Frankfurt. This is pure luxury, which makes temporary living a real alternative to the costly apartment search in the big city.

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