Top 3 Long-Term Hotel Deals
The right long-term hotel deal provides a comfortable place to call home for as long as its needed. There are many reasons that travelers require long-term hotel stays, whether for business in a central location or for taking the time to explore a new destination. Some trips last longer than others and making a long stay comfortable requires having a place you can call home. Rather than rent an apartment on a short lease at high cost, rent a hotel room for an extended stay at a more minimal cost. Choose from the top three extended stay hotels in the US: Candlewood Suites, InTown Suites and Studio 6. Read on to find out what you need to know about the latest long-term hotel deals.
Candlewood Suites is one of the best at offering long-term hotel deals. All of this extended stay hotel chain’s locations lie within major cities, offering non-smoking, double bed suites, and larger suites. A Candlewood Suite closely resembles an already furnished efficiency apartment. It offers items like overstuffed recliners, televisions, work desks and a bedding collection that more closely resembles home décor that hotel décor. The suites offer full kitchenettes and roomy bathrooms. Each unit benefits from free high speed wired Internet access and cable television service. The properties also offer wireless Internet (Wi-Fi), a business center, a health and fitness center, and a free laundry facility. Candlewood Suites also allows pets to stay in the suites with a small deposit. Staying at Candlewood Suites costs a bit more than the other two top options, but the extended stay hotelier makes it worth the money. A 28 day stay costs about $1650 per month or roughly $59 per night at some of its locations. One example of this price is located in the Dallas, TX metropolitan area.
Guests of InTown Suites also get a furnished apartment-style accommodation that includes a complete kitchen at weekly or monthly rates. The extended stay hotel chain is located in major cities and offers three sizes of efficiency apartments: a queen studio, a two bed studio and a third floor queen studio. The third floor apartments offer more solitude and a larger kitchen. There is also a flat screen television with premium channels, a pillow-top queen bed, cozy couch or recliner in a living room/sitting room, a kitchen with full-size refrigerator, and a dinette table and chairs. To spur travel business productivity, the hotel chain offers free local telephone calls and super high-speed wireless internet service. Properties also offer an on-site laundry facility. Each location provides weekly housekeeping/maid service and an on-site management office open Monday through Saturday. Rates can vary by location, but in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area start at $289.99 per week or $1,156 per month.
Find the most reasonable rates at Studio 6, the extended stay hotel of the Motel 6 chain. Its studio apartments offer complete kitchens with full appliances and small appliances, plus convenience items like an iron and ironing board. Efficiencies also include televisions with expanded cable channels. Each studio offers a large work desk and area. Amenities include free voicemail. Some locations require a nominal fee for Wi-Fi. Each location offers an on-site laundry facility. For about $36 per night, $252 per week or $1036 for a month, a guest can obtain a studio apartment without a lease. This hotel chain allows pets. Service animals stay free. Otherwise, a guest may have two pets in a room for a fee of $10 per night with a maximum charge of $75 per total stay. This means a monthly renter with a pet would pay at total monthly rent of $1,111.