Serviced City Pads working with Max Hotels in Bristol
Serviced City Pads, the independent serviced apartment booking company, is delighted to be working with MAX Hotels after listing their Broad Quay serviced apartments, Bristol on the company website.
Chris Rose, Director at Serviced City Pads commented “We see Bristol as a city with huge potential for corporate stays in serviced apartments. We have noticed over the last couple of years that our corporate clients really appreciate the additional space that an apartment offers v staying in a hotel. Our aim is to really establish ourselves in the Bristol market over the next year.
Max Hotels provide a fantastic product in a number of locations across the UK and we know that our clients will enjoy staying at any of their locations. In fact, we are also placing clients at their property in Reading. We look forward to strengthening the relationship with between both companies throughout 2010. They are just the sort of company that we enjoy working with as they are easy to deal with, act in a professional manner and offer a fantastic product in more than one location”
The serviced apartments at Broad Quay have been open since mid 2009, so are virtually brand new. They are located in the heart of Bristol within easy access of many restaurants, bars and shops. Bristol is remowned for it’s bohemian attitude and this has manifested itself in many small, trendy restaurants opening up acros the city.
The Broad Quay serviced apartments range in size from Studio, 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom, so as well as being ideal for the corporate client visiting Bristol; they are also a great palce to stay for a family visiting Bristol for leisure purposes. Imagine if you a family of 2 adults with 2 kids visiting Bristol for a short stay, lets say 3 or 4 days, then it wouldn’t be feasible to stay in a hotel in Bristol – unless you were able to afford a family room, and even then it would mean everybody sharing the same room. That’s not exactly staying in comfort is it? A 2 bedroom serviced apartment would mean that the children have their own bedroom and the adults have their own privacy. The same applies to two couples planning to stay in Bristol. In this case you would need to book two hotel rooms and this is where the trip starts to become expensive. Again a modern 2 bedroom apartment will allow each couple to have their own bedroom (many of the apartments also have 2 bathrooms), and split the cost of the apartment. This is an example of where booking a serviced apartment in Bristol becomes a much cheaper alternative to staying in a hotel in Bristol. You will also have more space in which to relax together.
If you are working in Bristol and you are interested in booking a serviced apartment or if you are planning a short city break in Bristol, then why not call Serviced City Pads on 0844 335 8866. We will be delighted to help organise the perfect accommodation for your stay in Bristol. Check out www.servicedcitypads.com to see our range of apartments in Bristol, including the fantastic Broad Quay serviced apartments.