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5 Reasons To Prefer Suites Over Rooms

Traveling is an indispensable part of today’s life, whether it’s a leisure or business trip. It has been badly hit due to COVID, though. The vacation mode is also changing; people have switched their interests to staycation. People want all the comfort, even if it’s a ‘vacation.’ They are not willing to compromise even a little in the accommodation. Hence, deciding the accommodation type is quintessential for every traveler to avoid stress. Opting for a suite is all they need. If you are not convinced, go ahead to know out why luxury travelers prefer suites over rooms.

  1. Spacious and comfortable stay
    It feels bad if you end up with only a small room after a whole day of traveling and roaming around. In such a case, it feels astounding to get proper space in a suite that lets you do whatever you want. You won’t be disturbed by the room service or the receptionist now and then. If you want to wake up on your time or stay awake till late at night, it’s totally up to you. Moreover, people get more rooms, so it’s an unbeatably better choice if there is a huge group.

  2. Budget-friendly stay
    Suites generally cost more than hotel rooms, but these are worth it. The actual cost of your trip depends on the location, mode of transportation, and things you do for your pleasure. Food comprises a major part of it. Since a suite comes with a kitchenette, you can cook your meal whichever you want to. You would get hygienic food at a comparatively far lesser cost. Just take a few things with you or buy some from a local grocery store or mart and cook the delicacies for you and your family.

  3. Enjoy a healthy trip
    Health often takes a toss, especially when people travel to some other country or a differently cultured place. Their local cuisine or fast food often affects people’s health adversely, and eventually, they can’t enjoy it as much as they want to. Suites are generally equipped with all the kitchen essentials, so you don’t have to bother about that. People hesitate to travel when they have kids with them, and suites come to their rescue. They can cook a nutritious meal at their comfort.

  4. Serves with all the amenities
    Suites provide luxurious yet pocket-friendly accommodation. It is an unparalleled option if you have to stay for around a week. You would neither like to pile up your clothes nor carry extra baggage. Hence, the suite comes with a laundry facility where the host would do all the necessary supplies. Opt for a suite with a dishwasher, so doing the dishes won’t ruin your trip. Before confirming, ask for other amenities like complimentary free internet access/Wi-Fi, fax, work desks, voicemail, lobby, conference room, play area, etc.

  5. Gives you a homely feel
    What’s better than spending your vacation at a place which feels like a home away from home? Suites are comparatively more peaceful than other hotel rooms because that is completely your space. You have separate areas for sleeping, living, preparing meals, and playing. If you are in a group, you can also stay together while enjoying privacy. Suites are undoubtedly pocket-friendly luxuries for their guests.

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Aastha Maheshwari
Aastha Maheshwari, Staff Writer for the CEOWORLD magazine. Aastha has a decade of experience as a journalist and editor working for various magazines, newspapers, and digital publications and is now a Staff Writer at The CEOWORLD magazine. She is passionate about disrupting the status quo and unlocking the business value to create sustainable results. She specialized in reporting on both local and world news, as well as interviewing well-known business leaders, senior management executives, investors, and high net worth individuals. She can be reached on email